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Originally Posted by wphamilton View Post
I don't think it's really necessary since only the tire can bounce on anything and even that, lightly. But I do it anyway, using the end of the tie-down strap. Rim tied to downtube.

I thought that until my wife started riding short distances with me. When I put two bikes on the track together, I am afraid movement of the front tires could damage the spokes on the other bike.

I think that;s the location I am gonna try this rubber tie next time we go out to ride.
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