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Generally you'd take the fender off a bike, put it on an anvil, find the right place on the horn of the anvil that matches the radius of the curve, and bang out the ding. Then you'd buff out any scratches or rechrome it. (this anvil's horn is upward curving, you'd want one with a downward curve that matches your fender angle more). You don't need a big ...


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After a very lengthy period of research, I came across what seems to be the only two proper purpose-built luggage racks for road bikes without eyelets which are not light-duty "seatpost racks" (at least on the part of the Web which is in the languages I understand): Streamliner Road DLX from Axiom Cycling Gear Pros Looks very sturdy: It's even made of ...



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