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Discussion in 'Photos' started by cms81586, Jan 10, 2012.
Rear tire after 200mi trip, 300 yds from home
Fuckity fuck...cord was torn.
was caused by this
and it was annoying.
Got lucky, didn't get a flat tire. Second time during the last two months...
How about a video?
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Steve's flat on his R1150GS on the Oodnadatta Track in 38 degree heat, it was damn hot. We had it plugged and inflated in 10 minutes
Nothing like the comforts of home
especially at a moment as this
I've used up to four or five tire plugs in the same hole to get them to fill up before (emergency fix, but on a skid-steer), so don't feel like you can't put more than one plug in the same hole to try to get somewhere at lower speed. It may work, it may not, but sometimes you have to try.
DirtyDog's hike and experience really hit home at how important it was to have good tubes and tools. Hopefully I will be able to afford getting a better traveling kit soon.
And to check, before setting out, whether the box with patches still sits in the repair kit, as it should be and as it was, some weeks prior to departure until you took it out to repair your daughter's bicycle.
Imagine how I felt, opening the repair kit, pretty sure I had all my bases covered.:huh
And still he left on all his gear o0 I'd be in a t-shirt repairing that o0
DV2009 by DDMcGinnis, on Flickr
IMG_0935 by DDMcGinnis, on Flickr
New tire, you say? You know what that means...
Holy shit!!!!! How is that even possible?? That's damned impressive!
I dunno what's worse: getting one on the road or walking out to the bike in the morning and discovering a flat has ruined your planned ride:
The one on the road, of course.
Pfff, that was easy. Nothing beats the comfies of home.
On the other hand, nothing beats the surprises on the road, hmm...
geez, I don't like you. Your questions are way too difficult, sir.