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Oxford Products join Secured by Design

Leading global supplier of motorcycle and bicycle products Oxford Products (OXFORD) is one of the latest companies to join Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative.

For over four decades OXFORD has waved the flag for British ingenuity and innovation, with a huge range of products that encompasses everything which makes life on bikes better: from clothing and helmets to accessories, hard parts, locks, luggage and much more. These market-leading products are designed in-house by a team of active enthusiasts and skilled technicians, based at the company’s 100,000 sq ft purpose-built headquarters in Oxfordshire, UK.

With the support of the latest CAD technology, a 3D printing suite and a fully equipped test laboratory, OXFORD innovate, analyse, test and develop unique products in pursuit of the best experience for two-wheel enthusiasts. Recognised for their innovative design and dynamic marketing solutions, OXFORD-branded products are distributed through around 100 partners worldwide, with a wholly owned US subsidiary (based in Jacksonville, Florida) serving all of the Americas.

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OXFORD join SBD with 48 of their bicycle and motorcycle security products having achieved Police Preferred Specification.

You can find out more about OXFORD and their extensive range of SBD accredited products here:

Oxford Products said "OXFORD is excited to be joining forces with Secured by Design in the wider effort to combat theft and all the associated negatives that come with the loss of property. Our combined experience can only bring about positive results and better security options for the end user."

SBD Development Officer Doug Skins: "I am delighted that OXFORD have joined Secured by Design. They are a huge global supplier of motorcycle and bicycle products and have 48 security products which have achieved Police Preferred Specification, which is fantastic. I welcome them to the SBD family of licensed members and look forward to working with them over the coming years."