As some of you may have read we picked up our new to us Burley Tamburello about a week ago. We have only managed 2 short rides on her but so far we love our new bike. Today was one of those OOPS! day. I have the bike hanging from the ceiling of my garage with a pulley arrangement and 2 hooks that mount under the handlebars and 2 hooks that hook under the stoker's saddle. This worked great until my son decided he did not like the stock saddle on the bike and he had me switch it out for a much more minimal Specialized Comp Gel saddle that has very little lip around the back of the saddle. This morning I was lowering her down to do some cleaning and detailing and guess what.............the hooks slipped out from under the Stoker's saddle and the back of the bike dropped about 3 feet to the cement floor. I figured no big deal but the weight of the bike and angle in which it dropped bent the rear rim to where it would not spin through the brakes. In order to pull her straight we had to loosen about 4 spokes severly and tighten the same amount on the other side to a breaking point. Now the wheel hopp's as well. Bottom line was I ended up buying a new back wheel after only putting 30 miles on this one. Lesson learned.........Be careful when lowering a bike that weighs almost 40 pounds.