Bike Brake Announces the Parking Brake for Your Bike

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Owens Valley, Calif. (November 3, 2009) In September 2009, Bike Brake introduced their new bicycle parking brake for use on bicycles not equipped with kickstands. Designed with a low profile to remain on the grip, it is durablelightweight, and un-obstructive. Bike Brake features two grab tabs to easily lift and extend around the brake lever to keep the front wheel from spinning, greatly stabilizing the bicycle when stood upright. Now available in nine colors Bike Brake fits both road and mountain bikes.

“Bicycles are very expensive and there is always the potential for them to fall when temporarily parked. This can scratch the bike or often the car it rests against,” said Kendall Kelsen, President of Bike Brake. “It takes less time to apply the Bike Brake than to attempt a good bike balance. You can be confident your bike will stay in place.”

Bike Brake can be used when preparing for a ride, taking a break, performing maintenance, or storing the bicycle. There is also a theft deterrent factor when the bicycle is unattended. Bike Brake is distributed through Paceline Products and can also be purchased online at www.bikebrake.com.

source: Bicycle Newswire

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  • Sam says:

    I saw a version of this briefly reviewed in Mountain Bike Magazine, where the retail price was around $3.00. I’d like somebody from this company to explain to me why I should pay $3.00 for a glorified rubber band.

  • Aaron says:

    I can’t tell you how many bikes I’ve lost when they’ve rolled down a hill and I couldn’t catch them. This product will save me thousands of dollars. Thank you Bike Brake!

  • Nick says:

    This is one of those things that gets a barrel of laughs at Dragon’s Den, asking for £100,000 for 2% equity in a rubber band business :P

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