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I have 2 tubeless 24 inch tyres to give away.  Was going to chuck them but if someone can use them drop me a message . 

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On 9/24/2021 at 1:55 PM, Pikey said:

I have 2 tubeless 24 inch tyres to give away.  Was going to chuck them but if someone can use them drop me a message . 

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I'll take them if still available please...

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Need some advice please.

So the twins have outgrown their Feva Starseats. Although they can ride their own pedal bikes, the 16'' bikes are still a little too big for them, stopping and starting needs some assistance from a parent.

I have managed to get my hands on a Giant Halfwheeler (stick together bike - as my son calls it), but the clamp seems a bit big for my seatpost. I can see the metal on metal movement ruining my nice Thompson post. 

Would wrapping an old tube around the post help? (and is it advised?)

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