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I have a bebecar ip op and i want to know how to detach the rear wheel as it has a puncture?

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The rear wheel is held in place by a locking clip which is controlled by a lever. To remove the wheel, simply press the lever rearwards, and pull the wheel away from the housing. Remove the tyre carefully, using appropriate tyre levers, in order to repair the puncture in the inner-tube, or to replace it.

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