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What To Do When Your Bike Gets A Puncture

It’s not the worst thing that can happen on the road, but it’s pretty much the most annoying thing in the world when your bike gets a puncture. What do you do? Do you know how to change a tyre or repair it temporarily until you can replace it properly? Also, are you aware of the methods you can take to avoid punctures once and for all?

Here is what you can do in the case of a bike puncture:

If it’s your front wheel, then it’s rather simple because it has no connection to your bike chain. However, if it is the rear, which commonly it is, then you need to follow these quick steps.

Loosen the nuts of the framework around your wheelTake the wheel out of the frameDeflate the tube entirely by exhausting the inner valveWith your tyre lever, put one under the wheel rim and remove the edge of the tyre; with the second lever, you can then easily remove the rest of the remaining tyreRemove the tube nowFill the punctured tube with a few pumps of airCheck the area to see where the problem isPatch up your tyre or tube temporarily, or if severely punctured, have it entirely replacedNow place the tube back into the tyreFill the tube with a few more pumps of airPut the tyre into the rim one side at a timeRemove the pump and replace the screws you loosened earlierYour bike should now be safe enough to ride until you can find a permanent solution.

Here is what you can do to avoid a puncture

As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure; and it applies here regarding a potential tyre puncture:

Avoid riding over broken glassCheck for glass or any other sharp impediment that may be stuck in your tyre, by slowly rubbing your finger on the inside of your tyre. Remember, very slowly as we don't want you to cut yourselfReplace your tyres when they are badly wornEnsure your tyre pressure is correctYour inner tubes must be replaced annually

Now that you have the necessary points to bear in mind regarding the health of your bike’s tyres, remember to go out there and have fun.

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