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Originally Posted by Velo Dog View Post
Seriously, I've done all that except for the shoelace in the chain, which I don't think would work. But I HAVE used the chain tool I always carry to remove a link and ride home on the small ring.
And that grass-in-the-tire trick will work, but really, really badly and only for about 200 yards at a time.
For years I've cut up old tires to ahve a patch I can use on the tire itself. I once ran over a piece of wood with a nail in it that went through tire tube and rim. Still was able to boot it, put in a new tube and ride home with minimal issues (did rice abotu 10lbs low on preasure, minimal issue).
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