Help. Frame broken.

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cycle tramp
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Re: Help. Frame broken.

Postby cycle tramp » 21 May 2019, 6:20pm

juice wrote:Job done. An LBS took my pal to a trusted welder. They didn't even charge him.
Many thanks for all the help. Long term i think he will get the stay swapped out. Just needs to get to Lisbon now.


That's a shame. Your pal cycled a long way to get his bike looking like that, personally I think it makes a great reminder of the tour and an interesting talking point....

hercule
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Joined: 5 Feb 2011, 5:18pm

Re: Help. Frame broken.

Postby hercule » 22 May 2019, 9:39am

cycle tramp wrote:
juice wrote:Job done. An LBS took my pal to a trusted welder. They didn't even charge him.
Many thanks for all the help. Long term i think he will get the stay swapped out. Just needs to get to Lisbon now.


That's a shame. Your pal cycled a long way to get his bike looking like that, personally I think it makes a great reminder of the tour and an interesting talking point....



+1. It’s now part of the intertwined history of bike, rider, and journey