Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This is the lock picking lawyer, and what I have for you today is a motorcycle disc brake lock all the way from Venezuela. It's the Vulcan Moto lock to, ah, lock that's made in Venezuela. But it appears that at least some of the parts probably the plug and keys are made in Italy by Jesu. So what we have is a nickel plated solid brass lock body, which fits around a motorcycle disc brake rotor and then locks in place with this 10 millimeter bolt. The court is a six pin dimple design with a somewhat tricky key way, so it should provide some challenge. So let's see if that is the case. I'm going to put some tension in there with a normal wiper insert and then to get around that interesting little warding there. I'm going to be using a curved flag from my multi pick dimple set. Okay, nothing on one too. Three is binding. Gotta click out of three. Nothing on four, five or six. Back to the beginning. Nothing on one little clique at it, too. Nothing on 34 Little click on five and six. Yep. Gotta click out of six. Is well, back to the beginning. Number one is binding. Gotta click out of one. Nothing on 23 four is binding. Gotta click out of four and we opened this up so not too hard to pick. But frankly, it's not the pick resistance that bothers me about this lock. It is the brass construction. While that is very weather resistant, it's not a very good choice for resisting brute force. Given that Venezuela has one of the highest motorcycle theft rates in the world, I expected to find some hardened inserts or something to make it just a little bit tougher. But what we have here is something that will stop opportunistic theft, but not much more. In any case, that's all I have for you today. If you do have any questions or comments about this, please put them below. If you like this video and would like to see more like it, please subscribe. And, as always, have a nice day.