If a product incorporates a locking mechanism, that mechanism’s resistance to attack is covered by the security rating attributed to the product. In such cases, details of the locking mechanism(s) covered by the approval are included within the product listing. However, if the product relies on the user’s cycle lock to secure the cycle to it, the performance of the user’s lock is not covered by the scope of the approval and it is the user’s responsibility to ensure the cycle lock they use offers appropriate resistance to attack.
The approval does not cover the products’ ability to prevent:
- Removal of any individual components from the cycles.
- Vandalism to the cycles.
In addition to approving the cycle racks and stands listed in this section, LPCB also approve:
- Security enclosures designed to secure cycles to LPS 1175.
- Padlocks to LPS 1654 Requirements and testing procedures for the LPCB approval and listing of padlocks.