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Working on your bicycles during outdoors
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You're off in the bitten track, all alone, and you need to tune you derailleurs, adjust your brakes, repair your inner tubes, etc.

How you wish you had someone just to hold your bicycle while your at work

Well, all you need is a rope long enough to secure your bicycle (Seatpost & handlebar stem) and suspend up on a nearby low laying tree branch

So remember, put a rope in your tool bag!



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