On the web site it mentions that ALL AMA members get a 20% discount if they place a direct telephone order and give the operator their membership number.:thumb:I use a XENA dllisc lock www.xenasecurity.com
No, it doesn't have a coiled line tied to the handlebar or a big sticker as a reminder. It has something a LOT better than that. :yeahsmile: It has an incredibly loud alarm that's built in.
You'll never forget to disarm/remove it after the first episode. My first (ahem) test was in a motel parking lot, 5:00 AM. People from both sides of my room, the motel manager, his wife and the truckers sleeping in their rigs all came out in different stages of undress. Most of them thought that there was a fire alarm. I learned how to rapidly disarm/unlock this thing. I also bought a lot of rounds of coffee that morning.
I do the same thing and have a ''Remove before flight'' red tag on the handle bar end of the coil (Yeah, I'm kind of slow, but better safe than sorry)
I ride with some sportbikers from time to time, and this discussion comes up from time to time. That's the same consensus so far - you hear a LOT about sportbikes being stolen (almost every day on forums) and to date I haven't heard of one Versys being stolen.The good news is the V is not exactly a bike that is high on the list for being stolen.