pick a bike lock?

this is my first time picking locks, and I don't know how to pick locks! I lost my only key to my bike lock, any advice will help (not bad advice though).

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Jul 15, 2015
Lost key NEW
by: Anonymous

This is also happened with me when I'm going to attending the class at custom essay writing service for writing purpose the key of my bike lost. but I don’t know how to pick lock.

Jul 14, 2015
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by: Steaphen

There are lots of cities in Lancashire and there are many locksmiths within those cities. You may find however that larger cities like Manchester and Lancaster have more locksmiths to choose from than smaller towns like Bolton. All towns will have a few locksmiths to choose from and so you need to decide how you will choose the right locksmith for you.
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Jul 14, 2015
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by: Shampy

Finding a good lock professional in Huntingdonshire is not that difficult. You just need to know how to weed out the good locksmiths from the not so good locksmiths. This can be accomplished by simply taking the time to do a little bit of research on the locksmiths in your area of the county.
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Sep 12, 2011
Bike lock
by: Anonymous

Is it a combination? If not you will probably have to pick it but don't fear I learnt how to pick locks by picking bike lock the pins seem more leanant and easier to move. If you don't have a pick or pressure wrench you can use house-hold items to your advantage.. Hope this helped

Aug 17, 2010
chain locks
by: phantom44

i dont know about bar style locks, but the combination style ones are easy to open, especially the ones with 5 numbers, and blue plastic covering the chain... if you look carefully, you can see the gaps inside the wheels, and just turn each wheel till you see the larger gap... remember the number, repeat for the other 4...

Feb 19, 2008
tubular lock or pin tumbler?
by: Anonymous

What kind of bike lock is it? Is the key circular or does is look like a normal house key? If it is circular, you have a tubular lock, if it looks like a normal key, it's a pin tumbler. Go to the appropriate page on this site to learn how to pick it. If it is a tubular lock though, picking it will be extremely difficult if you've never done it before, and you'll have to buy a $70 pick. Go to the make lock picks page to learn how to make your own if it is a pin tumbler lock, it will be much cheaper.

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