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- Find a local repair shop that can quickly get the frame fixed and back in your hands
- Try to buy a used frame within the next few days and swap all the components over
- Buy a new bike and sell the old components
Or the fourth: duct tape it together and ride it anyway.
Disclaimer: I often promise photos fully intending to provide them and then get distracted. Sorry in advance :)
sorry, who is Calfee?
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Good advice. But I have a 2010 Giant Advanced Trinity with a small crack high on the seat tube where the frame is very wide. It has been there for over 3 years and I continue to ride and race the bike on flat courses (1x10). If the crack ever grows, then I will get it replaced.