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This sounds like a problem shifting gears. Most bicycles have a gear that is so easy you can easily spin the pedals it up all but the most brutal of hills. However, this does not mean going up the hill at a steady pace will be easy just because the gear is easy. "Hard" Gears (High Gear): Your tires spin quite a bit with each revolution of the pedals. ...


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Clean and dry (hair-dryer) the derailleur. Relube. Check. If necessary take out the cables, chase the water from the housings by pressing thin oil with a syringe. Put the cables back in or replace with new ones. It's always a good idea to change the cables before winter if you've been riding through rain in the good season. And change them again at the ...


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I'd try replacing your cables and housing and running full housing (if possible). Most fat / winter bikes are designed for full housing for this reason. Doing the switch now will assure you are starting with a fresh slate. Additionally, you may try switching to a wax / dry lube for the cold season and clean the old lube off your drivetrain. If you have ...


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As previously stated - the mileage you have done - should not affect the gear change. Your drive-train is still very young. Check the cabling - in particular the gear cabling entering the lever. The newer 105 (5700 onwards) use under bar tape cabling. In some cases - I have seen the inner gear cabling can end up being pulled through the gear ferrule cap. ...



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