Up on rear stand to do the chain yesterday and noticed "something" between the treads on the rear tyre. It turned out to be a nail that had gone in head first. It went in on an angle almost straight across. No idea how deep the tyre is there but there is no hiss and a spit test didn't show any bubble. Tyre seems to have not lost any air overnight and today. Hasn't been ridden. Debated with myself whether to replace the tyre or try and get it repaired. Ordered a new rear but will take up to 5 weeks - difficult with tyres for this Bike. I could have got another tyre but decided not to. So, am debating what to do in the meantime - try and selastic the hole from the outside to stop crap getting in, maybe try and get it plugged (may be difficult because of the angle the nail went in and I assume it would need to be pierced right through to take a plug), just ride it and keep an eye on it ... Thoughts? Rear tyre is super meaty but it will be replaced when the new one arrives. Front was cracked and low on tread so will be replaced when the new front (in stock) arrives but I'll need to ride it over to get it done (nothing to support the front to get it off here).