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Old 01-06-08, 01:19 PM
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ang1sgt
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Originally Posted by Kerlenbach View Post
One of my goals this year, as a relatively new cyclist, is to learn how to do some of these fixes. I am embarrassed to admit that I still don't know how to fix a flat ("Hello, my name is Kurt, and I'm a . . . [sniff sniff] . . . moron.") I always take my cell phone for just these situations, and I've used it on more than a few occasions. In fact, it's still down there in my saddlebag from today's ride and I need to go get it.
Kurt, Talk with your LBS. Some shops offer Clinics for Flats and Simple repairs. If you want to try it yourself, try the Park Tools web page and look at some of their instructions.

Chris
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