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Andrew Lievertz

scary! i'd worry a lot about having compromised the integrity of the top tube.

I wonder if there are any frame-builders out there who can comment? I imagine the tube weakening on either side of the bolt over time, and eventually crumpling or snapping =(


A real masacre. Never drill the frame (in this case is worst, near a welding on the top tube).

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This is one of the weirdest things I've seen someone do to a bike. Personally I'd just go find a used mountain bike that fits me, but it's definitely creative.

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