Six easy steps!

I always get flat tires after newyears there is so much broken glass on the streets.

When Anders and I lived in Valby we used to get our bikes fixed at a local place ovned by a very nice man who I really liked. Unfortunately I haven’t found anyone as good, cheep and nice in my new neighbourhood.

Now I have to do it my self!

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6 Comments

  1. Reply
    ne January 6, 2009

    not fully by yourself as the pictures reveal…

  2. Reply
    Bastholm January 7, 2009

    I was just holding, very concentrated, a finger on the tube while the picture was taken. All the credits go to Brinja. I tried to talk her in to getting someone else to fix it, but she insisted.

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    brinja January 7, 2009

    Thank you Anders!

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    brinja January 7, 2009

    And Niller, always so suspicious.

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    alice January 8, 2009

    I must admit I pay a bike shop to get mine fixed, it makes me so cross trying to get the tire off and then on again that I figure it is good money spent : )

    Have you tried any of the more expensive ‘flatproof’ tires? I have armadillo tires now and they seem to be working out (fingers crossed!).

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    brinja January 9, 2009

    Alice: I must admit it is a bit frustating getting that tire on and of. But when it does work out it is so satisfying!

    I’m not shure wich tires I have now but when I get flat again I’ll take you on the word and try those armadillo ones!

    Thanks for your comment.

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