Re: what happens when you blow a tire going 30 mph

Edward Richardson /
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Hitting the brakes on the wheel that has gone flat is not what you want to do since keeping the tire in a round rolling shape is good. Shredding it or popping it off the bead where it jams in the forks or swing arm makes things exciting, I hate exciting. Let off the gas and coast to the side, don't freak out, its not like you're driving a Ford SUV jacked to Jesus on Firestones.

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