So I have had three flats in the last 50 miles of riding. Now I know that happens but what is strange is how. The first flat happened while riding home from a 40 mile ride; luckily I only had 1.5 miles till home so I walked it. The second flat (on a new tube) happened sometime on the next ride. I didn't find out I had a flat till I went to ride again and the tire was flat. So I pulled the tire off and inspected the tube and found a small hole. Patched it and rode. That held up for about two weeks of no riding. The bike was in the shop for its first tuneup the first week. Once I got it back I left it in the garage for the next week. Today I finally had time to ride and the tire was flat again. Keep in mind that the bike was in the shop and then sat in the garage the next whole week. Also each flat was the front tire, two separate tubes and one with a patch. All three punctures were in a similar location on the tube. So am I just have a stretch of bad luck or is this possible a product of something I did incorrectly, such a bad job mounting the tube or tire on the rim?