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Will not go when pedaling does something got to be tighten

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  • gcm5814 Mar 27, 2011

    it will go until you put weight on bike then starts to spin



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Actually, it would seem something needs to be dislodged from unwanted contact somewhere. LOOK at it. Do the wheels spin freely by hand? WE can't see it.

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