As some of you already know, I am semi-officially providing some logistical Sarah Outen, the British adventuress currently in Japan on her way around the world by bicycle, kayak and rowing boat. Sarah's bike, "Hercules" is a Santos Travelmaster 2.8 Alu; aluminum frame, 28"wheels, belt drive, 14s Rohloff hub, Magura hydraulic rim brakes, panniers all over the place. Beast! To my view, this bike frame has a serious design flaw. The cable mount at the head tube is too far forward. As a result, both shift cables and the rear hydraulic brake hose get pinched when the bars are turned a long way to the left. You can see the damage: I can obtain and fit replacement Rohloff cables and Magura hoses. But I would like to sort a better, less-destructive mounting arrangement for these three lines, further back on the top tube to provide more movement of the cables and avoid pinching. Sarah still needs the bike to go across North America next year. I know I can get a stick-on cable clamp from a motor parts store. But ideally I'd like to arrange something more substantial. Any ideas...??