Old 01-25-12, 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post

You can also patch a flat tyre without removing the wheel and can do this by dismounting the tyre while it is still on the bike and patching the hole in the tube... only issue here is finding it.

......Gh equipped bike is fitted with Marathon Plus tyres which I make sure are in good shape and she has yet to have a flat... and by yet I mean over 10,000 miles.

this. tough tires, and fix it with tire still on bike if practicable. I haven't lived in the netherlands but AFAIK, fixing flats on IGH bikes WITHOUT removing the rear wheel is a common method there, even in bike shops.
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