Question about Mongoose Maneuver Mountain Bike
This happens when the back wheel is not lined up properly with the bicycle frame. Because the gears are not in a straight line with the chain it can slip. If it slips to the right, away from the wheel, then loosen the wheel and move the end of the wheel next the pedals slightly to the right as you stand behind the bike. If it slips to the left, in towards the wheel, then move the end of the wheel nearest to the pedals to the left. Once the wheel and the chain are in line it should stop changing on it's own.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the cable is rusty or otherwise binding it won't let the derailleur fall toward the smaller sprockets when the control is moved. Likewise, it may not even let you move the control in the direction that pulls the cable (bigger rings).
If you don't know much about the process I suggest you read this:
and take the bike to a Local Bike Shop for a look-see and maybe a tune-up.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
You have to look if when you act on the shifting level it get hard to move or it is free, if free, probably the cable is broken.
Also check if the cable is not too loose, try to follow the cable track and move the level and see if the cable move with that, in that way probably can find where the cable is stuck or broken/loose.
Posted on May 18, 2010
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