Kryptonite, rejoice, it’s now Oxford Products taking the heat

The December edition of Ride, the British motorcycle magazine, has an "exclusive investigation" on the Bic lock opening trick that's been exercising minds in the bicycle trade since September. However, the four-page piece fingers tubular cylinder locks from Oxford Products rather than Kryptonite. "It's possible some Kryptonite locks are affected," said the Google-averse writer of the article.

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Market your message with bespoke brilliance

Quazar International - maker of the Scotchlite logos used on garments by Royal Mail, BT, RAC, AA, and most UK police forces - has created a do-it-yourself website for producing one-off t-shirts, hoodies, jackets and bags, all resplendent with retroreflective text you choose.

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