Question about Cycling
There's a trick to putting a chain back on a bike. First fit it onto the back wheel. Then hold it on the top of the front cog wheel (at the pedals) Get someone to lift the back of the bike so the wheel is off the ground. While the wheel is off the ground and you're holding the chain on the top of the front cog wheel turn the pedals forward, with your other hand, as when you're cycling and as it turns the chain will go on.
If you don't have someone to hold the back wheel up off the ground you could hold the chain on the bottom of the front cog wheel and turn the pedal backwards. The chain will still go on.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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