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Damage check What do you need to check after you've dropped your bike?

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This would depend on how you drop the bike. If it just falls over you would check everything on that side that could be damaged. It would be the same for a low speed drop. However if the bike not only gets droped but hits something while sliding you might bend the frame or suspension or damage wheels or controls.,,,

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