Picked up my newly built Canyon Ultimate AL this morning from the LBS who built it up for me (already had wheels and bars).
Rode it around the corner and noticed they'd replaced my old skewer with a new one. No problem you might think, but that is the skewer for my turbo trainer. So, i popped back and asked if they still had it. A rummage in the skewers draw and it isn't there - 'I think the old one was replaced because it looked a bit ******. We'll have a look and ring you later.' Fine my me, easy mistake to make if you've not seen one before.
The bike rides like a dream, handles better than my old Kaffenback, accelerates brilliantly etc. I'm enjoying the ride to work. But then i hit a bump and 'bang!' - oh, dammit, pinch puncture... But hang on, the tyre is still inflated. Then i noticed the bars had rotated in the stem because the bolts were tight enough!
The bars are carbon and there are a couple of scratches (need a proper look later). I'll be popping back to the shop later/tomorrow. What approach should i take? Bombers and make a scene? Demand my money back for the labour? Quietly suggest they check the bars for me?