How To Lock Up Your Bicycle When There Is Nothing To Lock It To

How To Lock Up Your Bicycle When There Is Nothing To Lock It To

Imagine this: While traveling by bike, you stop along your route and find the perfect place to camp. The ground is soft and flat... the views are fantastic... and you're set to enjoy a beautiful night camped out under the stars. But then you give a quick look around and realize there is nowhere in sight to lock up your bicycle. There are no trees around. No fences. No street signs or telephone poles. No picnic tables or barbeques. There's nothing to lock your bicycle to!

Even though there aren't very many people around, you still feel the need to lock up your bicycle so it doesn't get stolen or messed with while you are sleeping in your tent at night. And your tent isn't big enough for both you, your gear, and your bicycle. What do you do?

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