Need a new set of motorcycle keys for your bike? Looking for a dependable motorcycle locksmith to replace your broken ignition, repair your damaged fuel cap, renew your bike’s brake or saddlebag lock, change your ignition key, or re-key the fuel cap lock on your bike? We have been servicing riders for more than forty years and can help with just about any motorcycle maintenance needs you may have. We can also help with any questions regarding the safe installation of a motorcycle security system. If you are a current customer, make sure you contact us first before you make any purchases to be sure that we have the exact model that you need.
When searching for a good Locksmith to service your bike, it is important to find one that has plenty of experience in repairing or installing motorcycle keys. Your Locksmith should also be able to give you a list of options for different styles of motorcycle locks such as keyless entry, ignition locks, saddlebag locks, and saddlebag locks.
If you are looking to add to your safety on your bicycle by installing a bike security system, it is important to find a Locksmith with experience in installation and repair of keychain ignition systems and other security systems. There are two basic kinds of ignition system locks: those that use an air release system (which releases the compressed air when the ignition is touched) and those that utilize a pressure release (which releases the compressed air when the ignition is touched).
The difference between these two types of ignition system is that one releases the air while the other releases the pressure. Most people are familiar with pressure release locks; however, if you are a beginner to motorcycle security, you will need to learn more about pressure release locks before you are able to purchase one for your bike.
The pressure release system is a good choice for beginner riders because they are easy to install and easy to repair. However, you will need to know a little bit about air release locks before you are able to fully install them on your bike. Air release locks work by releasing the air pressure from a gas tank when the ignition is touched, thereby rendering the key unable to unlock the ignition by using the keyhole or ignition lock.
Some of the biggest problems with air release locks are that they are not very secure and are prone to theft. If a thief breaks into your bike and is able to open the ignition, they can access the air valve without having to touch it at all. On the other hand, if a thief is able to reach the gas valve by touching the ignition lock does not have any air in it, the gas valve will still not release the pressure and unlock the ignition.