I just got a bike off of Amazon and I'm not sure how well-assembled it is. I had to attach the handlebar, front wheel (quick-release), and pedals. The rest came pre-assembled.
I can turn the handlebars about 45 degrees to the left hand side. On the right hand side, I can only turn them about 15 degrees before the brake cable hits the frame and prevents it from turning anymore. I am concerned that this may be a problem if I need to make a sharp right turn.
Is there anything I can do to fix this? Is it just poor construction?
Here are some photos:
When the bike arrived, the adjustment screw for the brake was fully screwed-in, and I loosened it in order to tighten the front brake up a bit (it still feels too loose to be comfortable, though). Tightening the adjustment screw all the way isn't enough to let the handlebars turn to the right.