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how to fix a bike that won’t pedal

how to fix a bike that won't pedal

Usually, sluggish and reluctant shifts are due to debris buildup between the shift housing and the shift cable, kinks in the cable and/or housing, or worn out housing. As above, make sure your derailleur, hanger, and cassette are tight, and your wheel is properly seated and tight.

What would make a bike hard to pedal?

Why Is My Bike So Hard to Pedal?

FAQ about how to fix a bike that won’t pedal

What would make a bike hard to pedal?

Cycling can be much harder than it has to be because the bike is in an incorrect gear, or because of excessive friction. Downgrading to a smaller gear or reducing the friction makes cycling easier. The cause of friction can be brake pads rubbing against the rim or disc, insufficient chain lubrication or low pressure.

What would make a bike hard to pedal?

Cycling can be a fun and healthy activity, but if you’re having a problem, it can be really frustrating.

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