cyclist creates booby-trap alarm that catches bike thieves in act with blast of noise and smoke - best car alarm
A victim of burglary.
Trapped bicycle alarm that detonated smoke-
If the thief tries to escape the cycle, it is full of explosions.
Yannick Read claims his 49 bike mines are the world's largest bike alert and has launched a funding campaign on Kickstarter.
It is designed for thieves who will be caught if they try to steal a bike from their owner's private property.
When a bicycle mine tripped, the device detonated a sound of 150 decibels and emitted gunpowder smoke.
The kit consists of a piece of titanium wire and a spring
Loading traps and small detonators made from a widely available blank shotgun-Style ink cartridges.
The detonators and traps are connected using Velcro, and once moved, the wire is fixed on the wheel that triggers the trap.
Mr. Reid, 45, from Kingston, was motivated to take action after the thief stole his 1,000 carbon emissions.
Fiber Chris Boardman Road bike raided his garden at night.
He said: "Like many people living in London, I was the victim of bicycle theft, with a full bike and a frame stolen.
I locked two bikes and did everything I could to keep them safe.
"Thieves have a huge advantage because they are able to get into the bike and remove the lock late at night.
"I found most of them.
Theft equipment in the market is a passive countermeasure, I want to surprise the thief.
"I want a very unique sound, because in London, no one pays attention to it at all if the alarm or car alarm at home rings.
There is no battery and there is only one moving part, which means it can work in any weather.
"They are for private property only and the explosion cap points down to avoid injury.