• Yoo this is also exactly what I've been looking for. Thanks for posting :)

  • So, took the rear rack off last night and noticed this. It just seems more pronounced now. I always thought it was because the wheel was out of true, but I think the frame is bent. Looks like the drive side seatstay has been bent inwards somehow. The wheel is centre between the chainstays near the bottom bracket, but sits really close to the seatstay on the drive side. I’m not really sure how to fix this? The brakes sit crooked so they can be used. I did get hit by another cyclist from the side a while ago after he ran a red light, but surely it wasn’t with that much force to bend the frame. Perhaps it was?


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Specialized Rockhopper "Kid Carrier" v2, now with a Clydesdale fork!

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