All bicycles insured with us must be secured using a Sold Secure approved lock, so please read the information below to ensure you’re bike’s protected when left unattended.
Who are Sold Secure?
Sold Secure are an independent not-for-profit organization that test bicycle locks and rate them according to the level of security they provide.
What are the 3 Sold Secure ratings?
Bronze rated locks are required for bikes with an insured value of less than £500.
Click below for the full list of Sold Secure Bronze rated bike locks:View products
Silver rated locks are required for bikes with an insured value of between £501 - £1k.
Click below for the full list of Sold Secure Silver rated bike locks:View products
How can I tell if a bike lock is Sold Secure approved?
A Sold Secure approved lock should display the Sold Secure logo on the packaging. The logo should also display the rating the lock has been given:
If you’ve already bought a bike lock and you’re not sure if it’s Sold Secure approved, you can check the Sold Secure website by clicking here.
What does ‘Insured value’ mean?
When buying a policy, we’ll ask you what you paid for the cycle and set this as your cycle’s insured value.
If you bought the cycle in a sale, you should enter the non-sale price to ensure your reimbursement is sufficient to cover the cost of a replacement cycle.