Thursday, March 12, 2015

Keylessness is next to cluelessness.

Yesterday we had one of those lovely spring teaser days, so in the afternoon I made sure to drop what I was doing (inasmuch as you can drop nothing) and went for a short ride:


The snow was melting, and everywhere was that delightful nature documentary sound of trickling water.  In fact, the retaining wall against which my bike is leaning was perspiring heavily, like one of those water features you might find in an office building lobby or a fancy Chinese restaurant.  As I rode, I thought of millions of pounds of filthy snowmelt running down the ridge and carrying all that dogshit, ice melt, and car exhaust into the river below:


Inspiring.

Speaking of inspiration, yet another company has been inspired to replace a simple and effective mechanical mechanism with an overly complicated electronic system reliant on all sorts of variables in order to function correctly.  Remember the Skylock keyless entry u-lock system?  You know, the one you're not using because what could be simpler than a lock and key?


Well, apparently the cycling world's indifference to the Skylock was so intense that here comes a company called Noke (like "no key," not the potato pasta) with pretty much exactly the same thing:



Noke's first product was a keyless padlock, which apparently won a bunch of design awards--which is another way of saying nobody actually uses it:


(So basically three dorks.)

So, emboldened by the utter non-ubiquity of the padlock, they took it a step further:


"However, some people need an extra level of protection."

I assumed "extra level of protection" meant they were introducing a new line of feminine deodorant, but in fact they just meant they were making a keyless u-lock:


So how does it work?  Well, first you press a button:


Then the lock looks for your phone:


Et voilà, your bike is unlocked!


This is fantastic.  See, the great thing about Bluetooth is that it's never a pain in the ass to pair your phone with your various devices, and you've never got to do it all over again when you upgrade your phone or run a software update or anything like that.  If you've ever had to, say, get your new phone working with your car's Bluetooth audio system again, I'm sure you've also said to yourself, "I sure wish I could also do this while trying to unlock my bike!"

Also, just imagine: there you are, sitting in a café by the window on a sunny day,  sipping a latte and idly flipping through your Facebook or your Twitter or your anonymous sex hookup app.  Your bike is locked up just outside, safe and secure thanks to your Noke.  Then, along comes a thief who, noticing the Noke lock, presses the button--and of course the lock immediately opens because you're only like 15 feet away.  You shout and bang on the glass, your invective fogging up the window, but the thief just flips you the bird and rides away.

Back in the old days desperate people used to go around checking the coin return on payphones.  Now all they'll have to do is press buttons on Bluetooth locks.  A shiny new bike sure beats the hell out of a quarter.

But all of this is a small price to pay for never having to carry a key that weighs about as much as a couple sticks of gum, or remembering a combination, which you don't need to do anyway because combination locks suck:


"No more worrying about lost keys or forgotten combinations."

And of course phones never get lost or stolen.  That's why I think the Noke will be an especially big hit in London:


Step 1: Snatch smartphone while cyclist unlocks bike;
Step 2: Return later with smartphone and unlock bike.

It's the gift that keeps on giving.

Of course, in the event that you lose your phone, Noke does have a "quick click code:"


Remember that part about how you don't have to remember any combinations?  Well, I'm sure a series of dots and dashes you only use in the event you lose your phone would be much easier to remember than a combination you use every day.  People love communicating with dots and dashes.  This is why we all text in Morse code now.

And naturally no keyless lock is complete without the "social networking" component:


"Sharing your bike with others is easy.  With just a couple taps you can quickly and securely share your bike with your friends."

Sure, I suppose it's conceivable you might want your friend to be able to take your bike while it's locked up somewhere:


Or, far more likely, maybe that fucking cheapskate Brian should buy his own goddamn bike.

So what does the Noke look like inside?  Well, as you can see, it has various tiny batteries, springs, and electronic components, which seems especially well-suited to cities which experience foul weather:


(I'm sure that will work great after your bike sits out in freezing rain for three hours.)

And the great thing about batteries is they're never dead at inconvenient moments:


But don't worry, if that happens you can stand around charging your lock like a schmuck until you can finally open it:


That is, if it's not frozen shut.

And that's not all!  It's even got an alarm nobody will give a shit about, because if you've ever heard an alarm in a big city you know everyone in the community immediately stops what they're doing to investigate:


"If someone tampers with your Noke for more than three seconds, a loud alarm will shriek for 30 seconds, drawing attention and likely scaring off the intruder."


This feature makes the Noke the u-lock equivalent of Mario Cipollini:


"Hey, whaddya know?  Eef someone a-tampers weeth my gnocci for more than a-three seconds, I a-shriek too!"

Best of all, if you don't have a smartphone in the first place, you can also purchase an optional key fob:


This is positively mind-boggling.  Why would someone seeking a "keyless lifestyle" want a key fob?  Why would someone who's too much of a Luddite to own a smartphone buy an electronic lock with a key fob instead of a mechanical one?  And most importantly, if people do go keyless, what are the fixie doofuses going to hang from their pants?  Key blanks?



Actually, that's probably exactly what they'll do.

Lastly, with the thaw imminent, this could be your last chance to use your bike ski:



Now that fat bikes have totally jumped the shark, everybody knows that bike skis are the only way to go:
First Target, now Hincapie, and finally in eight more days, spring.

Fat bikes are so over.

111 comments:

Anonymous said...

White Light
(Lantrean Blanc)

Vernal Magina said...

Blam.

Anonymous said...

Canuckle podiii!

Paul Bowen said...

Gettin' closer...

Freddy Murcks said...

That Noke vid was shot in my adopted "home" town, Salt Lame City. As near as I can tell, that's about the only good thing that you can say about it.

Anonymous said...

Pretty good but just ok.

balls™ said...

Smart phone powered locks? What dumb-ass idea is next, driverless cars?

It's a great day for a ride. I should close the blinds in my office and forget I just had that thought.

P. Bateman said...

i need better drugs. top 5 is tough to crack.

grog said...

topus tenus in the key of b-flat.

db said...

That bike-ski option is awesome for the Fred community. Now when they tire of debating the best chain lube, they can start a rancorous debate over which ski wax works best in every conceivable condition.

Mr Plow said...

False advertising. That river was not burning.

PotbellyJoe said...

When i think of secure transmission, I think of Bluetooth... and how it's not.

Also, Bluetooth is effective up to 10m (over 30 feet in Canadian Scranus units) and a little further sometimes. So if I lock my bike with that and walk into a Starbucksian cafe, odds ar that lock is unlockable.

I've stopped using a lock. I mean I stole the bike anyway, so it's only fair if someone steals it from me...

P. Bateman said...

john mccain fixie dude gives me the chills. its just plain scary.

also, this question is for the administrator of yesterday's contest: who won and what did they win?

i liked this place better when Snobber was handing out knogs like a drunk santa.

just kidding. i dont come for the swag. though if that were a contest, i'd definitely enter. i'd enter and come.

K-Bo said...

I'd by the Noke if it vibrated. I'd put it in my

BUTT BUTT

Anonymous said...

that lock has a rechargeable lithium battery

so not only will it run down, you need to charge it..

added bonus: lithium fire and explosions between your legs

ya

wle

Freddy Murcks said...

George Hincapie may be the stupidest person alive. All that doping and he didn't even have the brains necessary to figure out how to win bike races. And that's saying something; it's not like you have to be a rocket scientist in order to figure out how to win a bike race.

BikeSnobNYC said...

Freddy Murcks,

In retrospect he did it exactly right by not winning bike races.

--Wildcat Rock Machine

JB said...

I've had the same U-lock since college, purchased 20+ years ago. It still works fine. I think I shot some graphite up in the keyhole and locking mechanism once.

How many years do you think you'd deal with that Bluetooth and battery crap before it's usefulness no longer exceeds the hassle? 2.3 years, when Bluetooth is obsolete.

Heard it on the Street man said...

Is it true that Cipo's hair gel and chain lube are of the exact same formula and available in various viscosities the use of which weight is governed by a complex mathematical formula using altitude above sea level, barometric pressure, ambient pheromonal air dispersal volume factors, and deer antler velvet NYSE spot price?

babble on said...

Heh heh Butt Butt. That's almost scranus ish.

Freddy Murcks said...

George was doing the doping, he might as well have at least converted into a win or two.

I do find it interesting that everybody hates Lancy Pants because he was a doper, but everybody continues to love big George in spite of the fact that he was just as dirty. I guess he's like a big, lovable, stupid teddy bear.

le Correcteur said...

Missed top twenty cause I read it!

You cheaters; stole my position. There were only 17 comments when I began.

bad boy of the north said...

in the top twenty.and without a u-lock.

bad boy of the north said...

geez...top twenty five?

Anonymous said...

Yonkers.

Anonymous said...

Three more dots and the emergency code would be SOS, which is the only Morse code anyone knows anymore.

Bryan Chambala said...

Snob,

If that pic was taken mid-ride (and if the glare of the sun isn't washing out the grime and grit), I'm jealous of that drivetrain.

A few hours of riding around here on the roads of Central New York, followed by 10 or 15 minutes of brushing and wiping, and I've still got enough mud and sand to stage a cyclocross Super Prestige with my kids' Lego figures.

You stopping for a mid-ride pressure wash?

bad boy of the north said...

yankers...

PotbellyJoe said...

@le Correcteur:

"It never gets easier, you just read faster."

Dave - Everywhere said...

Yes George but is your fat tire bike certified for gravel?

Anonymous said...

Big George hanging in Aspen?, tooling around on a fat bike. "Winners never cheat and cheaters never win" - there's room in there for the cheater to make out pretty well.

BikeSnobNYC said...

Bryan Chambala,

I haven't cleaned it all winter. May look cleaner in the pic than it really is, but fenders do make a big difference there.

--Wildcat Etc.

Endo-King said...

Re: Anon - 1.18pm

The Bronx. Screw off.

Anonymous said...

a perfect example of technology for the sake of technology. "are you kidding me, you're still using a mechanical lock!" As far as being convenient, as you point it is far less so. A key is much smaller and easier to carry than a smart phone and it doesn't need a battery.

kim said...

does my fat bike make my butt look small?

Grump said...

Forget the Noke, the noke video convinced me to run out and buy a white fixie with white deep dish rims, and a flat bar setup.

Anonymous said...

Will that Noke work with my iWatch? Which battery quits first?

Anonymous said...

vsk said ...

Yesterday's jacketless jaunt at lunch time had me going ...
Last night I prepped the Olmo for a 7am launch today. (Dug it out from behind all the shovels, sidewalk salt, heavy coats, etc.)
The tires' (tyres') air pressures weren't even that low.

Then I said, "fuck it, I am leasing a spot on the D train today."

The sun glare is lovely though.

vsk

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

... -.-. .-. .- -. ..- ...

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

Starts with an S, ends with an S. You's guys can figer it out.

Noke Girl said...

I like my sweater sleeves like I like my men.....uncut and woolly.

PotbellyJoe said...

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P. Bateman said...



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recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

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Sam Morse said...

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Sam Morse said...

Also .-- .... .- - / .... .- - .... / --. --- -.. / .-- .-. --- ..- --. .... -?

Anonymous said...

Freddy Murcks at 1:08

“I do find it interesting that everybody hates Lancy Pants because he was a doper…”

Freddy, it isn’t “because he was a doper” that everybody “hates Lancy Pants”. Everybody hates Lancy Pants because he was an arrogant, self-righteous, remorseless, cock suck*r.

Dope? Hey, he “never tested positive”. Uh huh.

babble on said...

Mr Morse - I think not, and God has absolutely nothing to do with it.

bieks said...

Based on this that lock should be a screaming success. If the marketing is right, that's all that matters. Almost no one wanted a smart watch until it got fruity.

dop said...

The lock was left out in the freezing rain...a tall figure appeared and asked, MAY I OFFER YOU A BAGEL? before leading him to the desert & riding off on Binky

(a small rat said, "SQUEEK")

Get A 'REAL' Life Dude said...

The guy who wants to, and can, kick everybody's A$$ should also have a wonderful personality so that his fans can feel all warm and fuzzy cause he's Meri'can just like me cause I wear the same kit and ride the same bike. L. A. wears World Champion colors because he was 1993 World Road Racing Champion. If you think he was the only professional bike racer doping then you do not know a thing about professional cycling.

Stick to the NFL where nobody dopes and video replays show officials cheating ala Detroit vs Green Bay and Green Bay vs NE.

PotbellyJoe said...

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McFly said...

My buddy's bike lock combo is POOP. His son set it. Easy to remember....

Anonymous said...

FULL FNDR

I was very glad I spent the time to put on my set of fenders when I went off to ride through the slush and snow melt. I think it was the first time I truly could appreciate the coverage.

bieks said...

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Spencer said...

Those Mario Cipollini impressions crack me up!

bieks said...

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Sam Morse said...

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PotbellyJoe said...

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wats7 said...

Ok Babs. Awaiting your translation of Mr Morse's comment. Let's have it.

Andy Shreck said...

"First time on a fat chick and I loved it"

JLRB said...

"If you've ever had to, say, get your new phone working with your car's Bluetooth audio system again, I'm sure you've also said to yourself, "I sure wish I could also do this while trying to unlock my bike!"""

....to which the choir of lobsters banged out "amen" in morse code with their wooden mallets

bieks said...

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Guglielmo Marconi said...

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E dire digitare "PIÙ non" PI "

Freddie Mercury said...

"First time on a fat chick and I loved it"

They make the world go round.

Get on your bikes and ride.

PotbellyJoe said...

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Anonymous said...

Actually, "extra level of protection" sounds more like they are introducing a new line of feminine hygiene product.
Maybe that's what it is: an overpriced tampon, or looking on the bright side a very durable dildo.

St. Urho said...

Potbelly Joe:

Odotin, että joku antaa minulle vihje, maaliskuu 16. päivä.

St. Urho said...

Ooksi kooksi coolama vee
Santia Urho is ta poy for me!
He sase out ta hoppers as pig as pirds.
Neffer peefor haff I hurd tose words!

He reely tolt tose pugs of kreen
Braffest Finn I effer seen
Some celebrate for St. Pat unt hiss nakes
Putt Urho poyka kot what it takes.

He kot tall and trong from feelia sour
Unt ate kala moyakka effery hour.
Tat's why tat kuy could sase toes peetles
What krew as thick as chack bine neetles.

So let's give a cheer in hower pest vay
On Sixteenth of March, St. Urho's Tay.

Lou Reed said...

White light goin' messin' up my mind
And don't you know its gonna make me go blind
Aww white heat it tickle me down to my toes
Ooo have mercy white light have it goodness knows, do it

(thanks a lot mr anonymous)

PotbellyJoe said...

I finally got the actual road bike out yesterday. I have been only riding my SpecialGuyzed SLush and Road Grime Approved bike/tires combo.

It asked me to sing to it. So I sang the only song I know, Where do broken hearts go

I hope Sinyard approves.

babble on said...

Mr Wats 7: The first time around he asked whether there was a more perverted and immature group of commenters anywhere on the interwebs, before wringing his hands and asking "Oh what has God created?!" (or something to that effect) and this last time round, he said "Tap the key gently," though of course you understand that I have no intrinsic understanding of Morse code. I simply googled it.

Um, and completely tangential to this particular conversation, but relevant to the real world: my internal feminist wonders why is it that "feminine protection" products are taxed the same way as are luxury goods? It isn't as if a girl has a choice in the matter, but to use them.

Being a woman in this man's world: everything costs more, even though you earn less.

crosspalms said...

The five stages of commentario

1. Morse
2. Remorse
3. Finnish
4. Scranus
5. Go for a ride

Fourth day in a row it's hit 50 in Chicago, so I've been dodging lots of people on the bike path who are apparently blinded by the sunlight and unaccustomed to walking outside. And I'm seeing quite a few fellow commuters I haven't seen since last fall. Which is fun.

Today I've also been watching some peregrine falcons that nest on a building nearby. They buzzed my window this morning. Maybe I look like food (probably means I need a haircut).

dop said...

6) Terry Pratchett Memorial Service

Genuine Cipo, accept no Substitute. said...

What are all of those dots and dashes all about? Secret messages from married women who want a taste of Cipo?

No Sense Makes Cents in this World said...

Babble@451. Taxing fem products, now that is a great, and true,observation.

PotbellyJoe said...

@Babs, I used to work in the advertising for feminine hygiene products as well as a few other women's health products. I won't mention brands, but it was an applicator-free tampon. The brand team called it, "digital application." It has a different meaning these days.

Freddy Murcks said...

.- / ..-. .-. . -.. / .. / .-- .. .-.. .-.. / -... . / ..- -. - .. .-.. / - .... . / -.. .- -.-- / .. / -.. .. . .-.-.- / .. / .--- ..- ... - / .... --- .--. . / - .... .- - / .. / -. . ...- . .-. / -... . -.-. --- -- . / .- / - .-. .. / ..-. .-. . -.. .-.-.-

bieks said...

Oudolta, aioin valita suomi, mutta morsesähkötys kääntäjä ei pidä epätyypillisissä merkkiä joten päätin Italian, ei huomaakaan Piu vasta lähettämisen jälkeen. AYHSMB.

Standard Jim Blob said...

Freddy Murcks: I think the bad ass cyclocross video from Mon. March 2 was filmed in a park in South Stank Lame City. I, too, am an emmigrant. ho-meh sweet ho-meh

Freddy Murcks said...

Standard Jim Blob - I am pretty sure that you are right. It looks like Big Cottonwood Regional Park, in fact. I've done a few CX races there. The park is awesome; sadly, I am not.

Pathetic Old Cyclist said...

I hear a Bluetooth tampon is in development. Recharging when the battery dies is problematic.

Bill Crowder said...

Has it been "cold weather tested" in Canada? Thanks Snob for yet another time saving honest review.

heman and shera said...

heyayayay

dop said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7akjeomUck

bugger...blogger wouldn't accept my html with an https address

dop said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7akjeomUck

bugger...blogger wouldn't accept my html with an https address

BamaPhred said...

Scranus

JLRB said...

dot dash zero one

Anonymous said...

Lanterne rouge...

Anonymous said...

This winter - so embarrassing. Yesterday I pulled out the fendered bike for the first time in 4 weeks. We have 4 days of wet roads since Jan. 1. Droughty Drought Drought on the SF Bay.

Anonymous said...

NOKE advert was shot in the City of Salt Lake City, Utah...

Anonymous said...

Cell phone access to NOKE girl's pants?

dop said...

sentry sprintz?


do I look like a fucking robot?

Anonymous said...


Freddy, it isn’t “because he was a doper” that everybody “hates Lancy Pants”. Everybody hates Lancy Pants because he was an arrogant, self-righteous, remorseless, cock suck*r.

---------------

Yes but he was a "winner." And in America, that allows one to absolve oneself of virtually anything.

Anonymous said...

Can't process all the righteous indignation at once. OVERLOAD! OVERLOAD! Overwhelmed by snark.

cycle

BamaPhred said...

Is the sprint on?

BamaPhred said...

I know I'm just working for dop

BamaPhred said...

Willing to give it a chance

BamaPhred said...

Can it be?

BamaPhred said...

Proof that I have no life.

McFly said...

Well I got some fenders. I feel like my evolution of cycledom has reached full DORKTASTIC mode. There is not enough room under the rear caliper to squeeze it in so they are going on my Flat Bar Raleigh. If only I had dix breax on the Cannondull.

Cayetano Sánchez said...

Atention bikers in Spain: Trampas Salvajes contra Ciclistas: http://youtu.be/g-rsBMT9_dU

hobby nitro said...

Great idea for bicycles
Is it possible to travel on soft snow?

e bike hobby said...

It seems like a very strong bike
It is possible to increase the speed

Anonymous said...

something else you forgot to mention was that these douchebags have not still delivered the first Kickstarter campaign they launched on the keyless padlock and they set out to launch another campaign that they cannot deliver.

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Anonymous said...

Hey, LOVE your spot-on snarky review of the dumbass Noke U-lock. Wanna hear something else? The Fuz team is one year late so far delivering on this lock. They promised the lock would ship September 2015. They're not even updating the backers more than every 2 to 3 months and lots of backers have demanded refunds. Those Fuz jokers are afraid to tell the truth -- that they don't know WTF they're doing and can't even produce this lock in the 18 months they've had so far.

They should win an award for "worst Kickstarter scam artists."