RoadLoK Security Partners with Hawg Halters, Inc. to Manufacture New Motorcylce Locking System

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Orange County – NY (PRWEB) October 25, 2006 -- RoadLoK Security partners with Hawg Halters, Inc. to produce and distribute the world's first custom motorcycle lock system for Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

RoadLoK Security partners with Hawg Halters, Inc. to produce and distribute the world's first custom motorcycle lock system for Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

RoadLoK Security, the developer of the world's first and only model-specific motorcycle locking system, well-known in the sportbike segment for their Arachnid Series MIDs (Motorcycle Immobilization Devices), has designed an MID for the American cruiser market by integrating their patent-pending lock mechanism into a Harley brake caliper. "As our customers know, the reason why we have developed this technology is to prevent motorcycle damage and personal injury if the rider forgets to unlock the system before riding. Bikers today have enough on their minds -- expecting someone to always remember their disc lock can sometimes seem unrealistic… which is why a lot of riders simply leave their locks and chains home when they go riding. Let's face it; the techniques of physically locking a motorcycle are antiquated. Our customers are looking for a modern technology that's more practical and user-friendly than a 15-pound chain or bulky disc lock. Our locking system is always on the bike. Period. Our customers are always protected -- and what's more, our lock cannot cause damage to their bikes! Can any other lock claim that?" stated Adam Xavier, CFO and Co-Founder of RoadLoK Security.

The Sniper Series MID is available for all 1984-2007 Harley-Davidson motorcycles thanks to the combined efforts of RoadLoK Security and their new partner, Hawg Halters, Inc. (HHI) A long-time big name in aftermarket chrome calipers, forward controls, and other hard parts, HHI, of Dahlonega, Georgia, has finished the prototyping phase of the new Sniper HD2/F, and are now producing the H-D MID. HHI will join RoadLoK Security at the 2006 Big Twin West tradeshow in Las Vegas, December 1st for product unveiling.

"We're truly excited to be working with the team down at HHI on this project! When we decided to make an MID for the Harley market we looked for the biggest and best name in the aftermarket. HHI is a natural fit for us as we are building our brand to be the premier name in motorcycle security. We are honored to share logo-space on the new Sniper HD2/F with HHI." said Eric Xavier, CEO and Co-Founder of RoadLoK Security.

HHI is a highly-respected name in the business, and with familiar products such as the 500-Series 4-piston Harley brake caliper HHI will be able to supplement and accelerate product acceptance and overall brand awareness in the Harley aftermarket. Mark Thompson, President of Hawg Halters, Inc. added, "We believe the RoadLoK MID is the obvious and best choice in motorcycle security because it really performs and is convenient to use. Our 500-Series caliper is a great product to integrate the RoadLoK locking system into because of its excellent performance and unmatched quality. We can also cover the majority of 1984 to 2007 Harley-Davidson motorcycles with just two of our 500 series caliper models. Integrating the MID components into our caliper was an exciting challenge and one that was well executed due to the level of expertise in our design and manufacturing group."

The RoadLoK MID Sniper HD2/F will be publicly unveiled at the 2006 Big Twin West Expo held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada December 1st through 3rd. The general public will be admitted on Sunday, December 3rd. Representatives from both HHI and RoadLoK Security will be available to handle dealer and distributor inquiries. For advance tickets and show information visit:

Contact Info:

RoadLoK Security

New Hampton Technologies, LLC

126 Sprague Avenue

Middletown, NY 10940

(845) 343-5191

Hawg Halters, Inc

389 Lumpkin County Parkway

Dahlonega, GA 30533

(877) 442-5837

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