Question about Cycling
I do understand you have a bad rubber belt. To disengage the belt, try to remove the front end of the belt by lifting the upper part of it. If it did not work, try to lift the lower part of the belt and then push both the front & rear pedal counterclockwise so that the belt will loosen up. In that way, you may replace the belt. If you still need to remove the rear pedal and plastic cage, you may do so by unscrewing the rear pedal screw located at the side of it. Once the screw removed, the plastic cage would be removed easily...
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
I advice you check the user manual that came with your device, the user manual will guide and give you details on how to go about the replacement on the device.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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