Pitlock Front Wheel, Rear Wheel, Seatpost and Ahead Lock
This set is the most popular package in Pitlock’s lineup, designed to protect the most at-risk parts on your bicycle: wheels, seat, and fork.
Set02 GA comes complete with all the necessary components for installation: three 5mm skewers, three locking mechanisms, one topcap, one 6MM bolt, and up to two keys. Available colors are silver and black. Non-standard topcap sizes are available. For help measuring your bike for Pitlocks, please see our measurement guide.
See below for additional product and sizing specifications.
Pitlock’s “Set02 GA” comes with two skewer lengths of your choice, one seatpost skewer, and one locking topcap to keep your bike almost fully secure.
The wheel skewer uses the legendary Pitlock locking mechanism to ensure that commuter and high-end wheels alike stay on your bike instead of in a thief’s hands.
The Pitlock locking topcap is designed to fit just about any bicycle with a threadless headset. Consider this: a fork with a threadless steertube can be stolen simply by loosening the headset topcap bolts. It’s easy to see why it is so important to not only lock your front wheel to your fork, but also lock the fork to the frame. Available in both black and silver, the Pitlock ahead lock looks good, but works even better.
Rest assured that your seat will stay where it is with Pitlock’s locking seatpost skewer. Using the same locking mechanism as the Pitlock wheel skewers, it carefully protects your seat from would-be thieves.
All Pitlock parts (with exception of the ahead lock) are cold-forged and CNC machined from high-grade stainless steel. The ahead lock uses the same steel for the bolt, but to save weight the topcap itself is machined in aluminum.
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- The 240mm “joker” skewers are fully threaded, and will need to be cut to length. Cutting skewers is a fairly common need, and only requires a hacksaw or Dremel tool.
- Each skewer is actually 10MM longer than the length shown. This is to account for the locking mechanism, which requires 10MM of space.