Friday, June 21, 2013

Resilion Locking brake lever

 Resilion locking brake lever was introduced in 1948, as a way to curb bicycle theft. It looks like bicycle theft as long been an issue, not just in these modern times.

It is a novel design, squeeze the lever then turn the key to lock it in place. The brake pads hold tightly to the rim after the key is removed making the bicycle immovable.  Aluminum construction.

I also like the shim provided to use on different handlebars.

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