Question about Cycling
Something corroded in place - the most common thing is that if the bike were left out in the rain, water got in the shifting cable and the cable siezed in the sheathing. Sometimes they can be freed, but usually it requires a cable replacement. Your local bike shop can do this for a fair price.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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