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12/08/2011

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Sarah

Spokes go in your handlebars silly! Sure you have to bend them to get them in there, but they straighten right out when you need them.

Simon

That pump holder is from the Topeak Road Morph on the down tube of your bike! One question, where did you get the holder the road morph is in?

I hate the stock holder that comes with the road morph, btu haven't been able to find a stand alone unit to replace it :(

gear

Spare spokes are best kept inside the seat post.

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