Question about Cycling
Only the left pedal (as you are sitting on the bike) is reverse threaded.
So for the left pedal you turn the bolt head clockwise (towards the back of the bike) to loosen it.
And for the right pedal you turn the bolt head counterclockwise instead (still towards the back of the bike) to loosen it.
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Thank you and good luck.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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