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Just got home from wonderful ride around sunny east midlands and putting the bike away found this:

Guess I should feel lucky...... but in other ways gutted. What a waste of a tyre/tire.
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DING DING!! We have a new winner.
I was last weeks winner.
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that was lucky as you say you have picked that up mid corner could have been you very lucky i would say.
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If you actually rode the bike you would have found out the screw was there.
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Take it out and keep on riding.... Unless you are testing edge grip like Marquez you will never notice. It didn't get into the carcass.
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Repairing tires....on the road
Here's what you need
A pair of diagonal cutters to pull the nail/screw
The 2 tools,.get the insertion tool with the split end
Rubberized string
A small tube of rubber cement
3 CO2 cartridges and holder, the holder is in bicycle shops, it uses threaded or
cheap non threaded cartridges
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Repairing tires....on the road
Here's what you need
A pair of diagonal cutters to pull the nail/screw
The 2 tools,.get the insertion tool with the split end
Rubberized string
A small tube of rubber cement
3 CO2 cartridges and holder, the holder is in bicycle shops, it uses threaded or
cheap non threaded cartridges
Ok where on my F4 should I store those 😀
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Store the kit in a small plastic bag under the seat. Plenty of room.

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Repairing tires....on the road
Here's what you need
A pair of diagonal cutters to pull the nail/screw
The 2 tools,.get the insertion tool with the split end
Rubberized string
A small tube of rubber cement
3 CO2 cartridges and holder, the holder is in bicycle shops, it uses threaded or
cheap non threaded cartridges
Using this. https://fr-stopngo.glopalstore.com/p..._US&utm_term=a
Quite efficient, no risk to loose the rubberized string, and no need for the tube of rubber cement. Works well. Save me and my friends multiple times already.

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Had a flat last week, so it seems to be going around, sadly

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