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Greetings,

We are a group of master students at Copenhagen Business School, who are currently researching the topic of user driven innovation. Therefore we would appreciate any kind of feedback regarding the following topic:

At the moment bicycle theft is a huge problem in Denmark. People forget to lock their bicycles or decide not to lock them thoroughly, because it is too much of a hassle.
It is our impression, that most locks currently on the market are either:

- Quick and easy - hence easy to break
- Acceptable safe and secure – consequently time consuming, complex and expensive.

Therefore we would like to know if you have any ideas as to how to secure your bicycle, in a way that is easy to perform and remember without compromising the security? Any ideas – even the extraordinarily creative ones – are more than welcome. :)
 

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Locks were invented by thieves. They're going to stay on the innovation end of things if they want to stay ahead. People in Denmark are to lazy to use locks? I would do something about that before I changed locks. Start an initiative something like "Hey lock your bike our it's going to get stolen!" Unoriginal sure but I'm positive you could rhyme it in dutch.
 
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