Question about Bugaboo Frog - Black Stroller
You have too much tension on the cable. When you press the brake button the lever has to move sightly forward to disengage the ratchet teeth. Try pushing the lever on a bit more as you press the button. If that doesn't work check the cable adjuster at the end of the cable, if it can be wound down a bit that would help. If this all fails take out the two screws holding the break lever to the handle. It's a very simple mechanism of a lever, release button and spring. The ratchet teeth are on the outer edge of the button and the inside surface of the handle. Once working give the whole brake system a good coat of silicon spray. Lubricant won't effect the toothed brake system of a Bugaboo but wear on the teeth does!
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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