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My bumbleride rocket veers to the right when the front wheel is locked. How do i fix it?

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SOURCE: Front wheel veering right (hard right)

You can take it to a bike shop.  They can re-align the wheel for you.

Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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SOURCE: difficulty turning my bumbleride rocket when wheel is locked.

Front wheel vibration can be caused from unintended downward pressure on the handle.

Posted on Apr 29, 2011

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First of all I would be arguing with the first shop for a refund. you reported an issue with the LEFT wheel and they worked on the RIGHT wheel...The "flex" line your refering to is probably the short length of brake line from the caliper to the hard line.

If the caliper was "locking up" you would get lot of grabbing and the car would veer to the left when you applied the brakes. I suspect the wheel bearing is bad.

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While jogging with my Bob Revolution stroller, it keeps veering to the right (I am locking the front tire as instructed when jogging). How can I get this to stop?


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Could be a brake pad/caliper locking up on your left wheel. That'll make that wheel turn slower resulting in the veering left.

Could also be a wheel bearing. However usually you'll hear a grinding noise to go along with that. And it'll pull rather consistently in that direction rather than suddenly.

Or, what first comes to mind is that your steering box is loose, or the gear inside the steering box is stripped in one spot. Or your front tie rods could be shifting or possibly ball joints. These would cause a sudden shifting/veering.

All of these things are front end related. And also very dangerous. Take it down to any alignment shop, have them put it on a lift, and diagnose immediately.

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Difficulty turning my bumbleride rocket when wheel is locked.


The only thing you can do is to always have the foot rest up instead of down so your child won't be able to reach it,that's what I did.

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How can I fix the alignment of the wheels of a Bugaboo Cameleon stroller (it veers to the right)?


There are two answers to this problem:

1) The suspension on the front swivel wheels on the Cameleon are adjustable. As the child gets older (and heavier), his/her weight might effect the handling of the stroller. It is recommended that the suspension be adjusted. To do this, move the suspension adjustment forward, as it increases its strength.

2) There has been significant conversation about this problem with the Cameleon's veering if the chassis was purchased before 2007. If so, contact bugaboo via bugaboo.com. Bugaboo will ask you for your serial number, etc. to research whether it is something that is obviously defective.

If you have any further questions, or need help contacting the company, don't hesitate to contact us anytime!

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It's a wheel alignment issue - I had the same issue & my husband fixed it. Try removing the front wheel & reattaching it. If that doesn't solve the problem, keep adjusting the front wheel slightly until the stroller no longer veers.

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You can take it to a bike shop.  They can re-align the wheel for you.

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