Old 04-11-07, 01:42 PM
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The insurance company should pay for suitable replacement frame or bike, not just for "what the frame was worth." Because what it's worth to you is the ability to ride it, and it ain't your fault that you can't ride it. So you need replacement of a similar-quality bike that you can ride.
"c" is not a unit that measures tire width
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