Old 04-10-07, 02:15 AM
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The person who opened the door is at fault. I would get them to replace the frame. In general steel is the only safe material that can be ridden with dings in the frame. Looks like the paint is cracked but I would have the LBS check it out for you. I am riding a Cyclocross bike that I repaired my self by cold setting the fork. I am living with a very slight buckle in the TT and DT. Steel is the best material if you are a clyde. I weigh 230 lbs.
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