Question about Cycling
The wheel is likely bent and rubbing on the brakes, this is assuming you have caliper brakes on you bike. If so remove the wheel, hold it by the axle and give it a spin, if it has alot os wobble in it it will need to be trued at a shop.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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