RoadLoK Security Unveils Locking System for KTM Duke 390
"The KTM Duke 390 is an exciting motorcycle that will be KTM’s launch within the emerging market, designed to gain a new rider base of loyal brand followers. The RoadLoK fits perfectly in our product range and shows that PowerParts is focused on high quality products from suppliers with a good reputation," stated Matthias Kumph, Head of PowerParts at KTM.
The RoadLoK System is a permanently installed locking system that allows the rider to lock and secure their motorcycle without any potential for damage caused by forgetting to remove a lock before riding. The new KTM RoadLoK XRA-080 will offer the same high-level of security as the current KTM RoadLoK systems, but be specifically designed for the new Duke 390.
"We are honored to be asked by our partner KTM to produce this new locking system for their new platform," added Adam Xavier, CEO of RoadLoK Security. "KTM continually raises the bar on quality and we are dedicated to providing the highest quality locks to their riders."
RoadLoK Security is a California based licensing and manufacturing company that specializes in the design and production of model-specific motorcycle locking systems. The RoadLoK system is protected by two US Patents for the functionality. The RoadLok is the only locking system that safely and effectively prevents roll away theft. The system is designed to be permanently mounted on a motorcycle, eliminating the need for storing the lock while riding. Additionally, the system’s permanently mounted design prevents any movement, making it virtually impossible to damage calipers and fenders or injure the rider.
All RoadLoK Systems are manufactured and assembled in the United States. RoadLoK Security is a proud supporter of military and civil service personnel and offers discounts on every locking system to those who serve. The company strives to bring the highest quality locking solutions to riders while maintaining a core focus on customer service and product support.
Source: RoadLok Security