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What would cause my 26 inch avalon bicyle to make a clunking sound when shifting from low to high gear?And how do I fix it?

Clunking noise every time I shift gears.Please help me because I really want to ride without the annoying clunk

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Are you going 1 gear at a time or trying to go from first to high. On some bikes you have to allow the chain go from one gear to the nest and up the line or it will make a noise.

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