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'Unstealable Bike' Is As Good As It Sounds (VIDEO)

No lock. Pure genius.

This 'unstealable bike' prototype developed by three engineering students in Chile works by forcing a thief to damage key parts in order to swipe your ride. It also looks just amazing.

Of course, as many commenters have pointed out, a thief could still potentially make off with your wheels, but we still think this design is an innovative solution to two of cyclists' most irritating problems: dastardly thieves and unwieldy locks.

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