At Hiplok we love riding bikes. It’s the best feeling in the world. We believe protecting our bikes shouldn’t spoil the feeling we get from riding. That’s why we are committed to designing and building innovative, quality security which protects your bike and enhances your ride.
All Hiplok locks are designed and developed at our headquarters in the UK by our small dedicated team of innovators and bike riders. From the patented adjustable belt fastening on our wearable chain locks to the CLIP + RIDE on our D-locks and ultra-reflectivity of the SUPERBRIGHT Series, we believe the small details make a big difference to the enjoyment of the ride.
Our passion for innovation is matched by our commitment to ensure our locks are the most secure for purpose.
As the thieves’ weapons of attack improve, it is imperative we keep one step ahead. Working closely with experts in the field and independent security accreditation houses around the world, we conduct real world security testing using the very latest equipment.
The result is quality security products which riders around the world can trust in.
MEET THE TEAM
Hiplok co-founders, Ben Smith and John Abrahams are product designers by trade and cyclists by heart. With over 25 years combined design and cycle industry experience, they set out to change security for cyclists. They wanted to protect what they love by bringing their design expertise and rider experience to deliver innovative, quality, bicycle locks which not only protect your bike but protect the joy of riding.
The result was the world’s first wearable bike lock. But that was only the beginning. Since the launch of the Hiplok ORIGNAL in 2011, the pair have continued to lead on innovation, designing and building quality security products which riders around the world trust in. And when they aren’t at the drawing board or on the testing table at Hiplok’s UK Design Headquarters, you’ll find them riding bikes.
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