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Can you crack it? The world's first 'unstealable' bike

Every second, a bike gets stolen somewhere in the world. Three engineering students from Chile think they have a solution to the problem: the <a href='www.yerkaproject.com' target='_blank'>Yerka</a> bicycle, currently a prototype, has a lock that is made out of the frame. The only way to steal it is to break the lock and therefore the bike. They call it "the world's first unstealable bike". <!-- -->
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</br>By <strong><a href='https://twitter.com/Justintyme75' target='_blank'>Jacopo Prisco</a></strong>, for CNN.

Every second, a bike gets stolen somewhere in the world. Three engineering students from Chile think they have a solution to the problem: the Yerka bicycle, currently a prototype, has a lock that is made out of the frame. The only way to steal it is to break the lock and therefore the bike. They call it "the world's first unstealable bike".

By Jacopo Prisco, for CNN.