Which is the best bike key mod for bike owners?

This article is part of our RTE series about key mods for your bike.

Read more about bike mods for the 2015/16 model year. 

When it comes to bike keys, there are a number of different models available, ranging from common factory key fobs to more sophisticated devices.

Some of the most common bike key modifications include adding a key fob to the chainring, replacing the battery and even changing the lock.

We’ll take a look at the most popular bike key mods on the market. 

The Bike Key Mod is a common factory modification on bikes like the Honda Fit, Suzuki GSX-R1000 and the Ducati Brahmin, so it makes sense to look at what the bike’s owner might need. 

As the name suggests, a bike keymod is a bike modification that adds a keyfob to a chainring.

This is generally done on some bikes that are more or less stock with no upgrades, but the bike key can be modified to add a new battery or even a keyring or ring.

The bike key is generally designed for bike shops and dealers to install and sell, so there are lots of options for this kind of modification.

The most popular mod for bikes like this are the Brake Fobs which add a locking bolt to the back of the chain ring, which is also the part that’s attached to the battery. 

These bike fobs are usually mounted in a bolt-on manner and come with a mounting bracket which is attached to a wheel.

These bolt-ons are often made of stainless steel and usually include a metal plate that attaches to the bottom of the bike fob.

The metal plate is typically made of a different material and has a plastic ring that is bolted to the top of the fob, or even to the wheel itself.

The mounting bracket is also usually made of plastic and has holes drilled in it to accept the bolt, or alternatively it can be made from a plastic plate that has holes cut in it. 

This is what a typical bike fader looks like. 

There are two ways to install the bike-related keymod.

One way is to take the bolt-in style key fader and bolt the bolt to a screw-in bracket.

The bolt-to-bolt style fader usually comes with a nut and bolt in it and can be used for mounting the bolt on the bolt itself or alternatively can be bolted to a bolt and nut that can be installed to the frame or wheel. 

Another way to install a bike-specific bike key fad is to simply remove the bolt and bolt to its mounting bracket. 

If you’re interested in more details on how to install your bike key, we’ve got the bike modification article here. 

Bike Key Mod Details: Bolt to Bolt: This type of bolt-type key fider usually comes fitted with a metal bolt on one end and a plastic bolt on a plastic mounting bracket that attaches it to the bike. Key Ring: A key ring is a plastic piece that’s mounted to the inside of the wheel, or can be attached to any part of the bicycle. 

Battery Charger: The battery charger is the one that’s usually attached to your bike when you take it off the rack.

This can be either an external battery or a battery compartment that you plug into your computer. 

Rear Brake: When you take your bike off the bike, you can also put the rear brake lever down on the bike to make it more secure, as it helps you keep your bike in place on uneven surfaces. 

Chainring Fob: These fobs typically come with one or two bolt-ins, usually with a screw or nut on one side, and the locking bolt on either side. Lockring: Some bikes come with two lockrings.

These lockrings can be fitted with bolt-outs or can come with locking bolts that can easily be removed, although you may need to remove the locking bolts first. 

Ring: Ring fobs come with holes drilled into them, which allows you to attach the ring to the bicycle chainring or the wheel.

They can be sold with or without the ring, or both. 

Wheel: Sometimes, it’s easier to get your bike on your bike, than on a rack.

The bicycle key fod comes with the key foder and the fobs can be removed. 

Mounting Rings: There is also a type of ring that comes with bolts that allow the bolt in to be fitted to a frame.

The ring is usually made from stainless steel or aluminium, so can be mounted to a fork or to the axle itself. 

Motor: Most bike keymods come with an internal battery or an external one. 

Other bikes come without an internal one, but some bikes have a battery and a spare battery, which can be