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11/4/2012 5:43 AM

is it bad to store my ride in cold temperatures? i live in NewYork weather
i used to keep it always in my upstairs hallway which is always warm...
but as of late i have been keeping it in my basement to save up room, but my basement is cold

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11/4/2012 7:54 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/4/2012 7:54 AM

not that my bike is a food product or anything lol...but does the metal get affected overtime or wut?

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11/4/2012 10:55 PM

nah dude its cool to keep it in the basement

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11/5/2012 7:31 AM

It doesn't matter lol

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11/5/2012 11:15 AM

as long as the moisture in the room is low you'll be ok...and tires/brake cable housings/anything rubber/plastic doesn't like cold temps, it all can dry rot quickly.

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11/5/2012 8:16 PM

Just blew up another self-sealing tube today and it was my friend's. It was during school and luckily, no one noticed too much, otherwise, they would've called an evacuation for a bomb or something. Anyways, I pumped it to like 105 PSI and had a Momentum tire. I recalled the temperature being a bit warm today and I remember two holes his rim strip as well. .____.

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