Question about Cycling
When pedaling the bicycle under force (as in going up a hill) the chain skips over a cog on the rear gear.
You may have a bent or worn gear on the rear. Take a good luck at the teeth on your gears -- if any are bent or worn down, replace the gear set. Also, does your derailleur need adjusting? THis will produce a chattering or scraping noise in soem gears. If it's not centering the chain over the gear in each gear, the sideways force can pull it off for a moment.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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