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Flat tyre A rose thorn went into the tyre which has now completely deflated. Please help where i can get a brand new tyre

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We've just had same problem with a drawing pin. The tyres have an inner tube (like a bicycle tyre) which you can fix with a puncture repair kit- just find your local bicycle shop or somewhere like Halfords for this. Good luck!

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