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The freewheel may not be completely bad, it's typical for older ones to get gummed up inside and the ratchet pawls inside to be stuck open. Sounds like what you've got. If you look at the link above to Sheldon Brown's site in Kennah's answer above, check the section on Lubricating Freewheels. It's pretty simple to do this, no special tools or disassembly ...


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Here are a couple of links you can check out and gauge for yourself if it's something you want to tackle. This is kinda towards the deep end of the pool. http://sheldonbrown.com/freewheels.html ...


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The bike is made by Univega and probably has a freewheel. If the pedaling motion still works, I'd guess your freewheel is shot (the thing that the gears are on in the back). You have to remove it with a freewheel remover and put on a new one. This requires a freewheel remover tool and a large wrench or vise, so you might want to take it to a shop and let ...


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Strangely enough, everything seems to say that 11 speed plays nicely together - chain widths, etc. The crankset area (since you're running a 1x11) is effectively independent of the stuff going on in the rear (where the CX-1 groupset has a rear derailleur, shifter, cassette, etc.). So, you shouldn't have to change to a SRAM CX-1 crankset (unless you wanted ...


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I've got shimano internal hub for 5 years mainly to commute. pros: no maintenance - at the beggining easy changing at red light or to jump on the sidewalk cons: harder to change tire when flat one day a car bump my wheel: I add to change the whole wheel+internal hub after some time (3000km) some gears are screwed, so it "jumps" when I press too ...



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