Question about Schwinn Cycling
New Tricycle.Started on left side.now both sides.sounds like it happens on each wheel revolution .occasionally intermittant,but most continuous.Checked rear fenders.ok. Wheels are not loose.Wheels spin free.When you raise rear end off ground, and spin the wheels there is no sound.When you get on it and go,the sound is there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My rear wheels on my Meridian will not move. The peddles mover, the gears move, the wheels do not I can feel something slipping. I called several bike shops and they tell me that its an adjustment that needs to be doen to the rear axle, and that its not covered under the warranty. Help I've only had the Trike a week.
Posted on Aug 03, 2012
Wow Lady Hawk, it's hard to tell from what you've said. I've seen chains jump off their gear and get jammed, preventing the bike from moving. If the chain is off, you need to unjam it, then properly install it on the back gear. Next place the chain on one or two top teeth /cogs of the front gear. Next you turn the crank forward and this will move the chain forward onto the front gear.
Posted on Jul 22, 2013
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