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Old 11-06-14, 06:16 PM
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Originally Posted by 67Vert View Post
I bought; C02, innertube, patch kit (self-vulcanizing fluid type), levers, multi-tool last night.

I got the danger zone tail light last week, but held off on a headlamp. Now, the wife just said no more purchases. So that's it for now. I plan to ride only in daylight hours for now. But I will rig a flashlight if I have too. I have a nice LED one with a strobe.

This is a very active forum. Thanks for all the replies everyone.
That's a really cool bike. Now on topic, have you changed out a tube/ tire yet? It's not a really difficult task- but one you wouldn't want to try and learn on the side of the road. Road bike tires aren't as easy to get on the rim as say a mountain bike.. anyway you may want to do a practice run. The rear tire may seem intimidating but it's NBD once done a time or two.
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