I have this EBS (unknown model please help) rigid steel frame bike.
Due to a recent crash, the fork was bent backwards and a little bit to the right, at the bottom bearing in the headset:
Can this fork get straightened? And if it was straightened would it be safe to use? I think it might be able to get slightly straightened because I know steel is quite flexible compared to other metals and can be bent a lot before cracking or breaking.
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EDIT There is no paint in some areas because of the brake outer cables rubbing with the frame, NOT because of the crash (it was not there since before the crash).
The front wheel DID absorb some of the shock on impact and was bent and needs straightening+truing or just replacing.
More details about the crash: I was riding in town at 25-30 km/h, when suddenly a parked heavy motorbike comes out of where it was parked. Its rider was busy talking to someone riding with him so he didn't even see if the road was empty. I braked the hardest I could but it was too late, so I crashed into his rear wheel. Fortunately I wasn't hurt. Summary: Crash into the rear wheel of a heavy motor bike at 25-30 km/h