Monday, January 25, 2010

Schwinn Spinner Pro My Spinning Bike Makes A Loud Clicking Sound When I Pedal It. How Do I Fix This -- Or Who Can I Get To Fix It?

My spinning bike makes a loud clicking sound when I pedal it. How do I fix this -- or who can I get to fix it? - schwinn spinner pro

Three months ago I bought a bicycle Schwinn Spinner Pro Spinning in Craigslist. I click for about 2 months before the start of his strong, if you enjoyed the pedal.

Who knows what could be the problem - and how can I solve this problem?

If not, who would be able to solve this problem? Since I bought used to it, I did not repair or service information. (I live in the Chicago area.)

4 comments:

Ed said...

Every bike shop should be able to arrange for you. The other was not clear that this is an exercise bike than a normal bike, so it does not gear. When I think id say that the problem is with the crank.

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Rupert said...

When this occurs, if you are on the pedals, I propose that the handle may be loose. Overall, there is a small cap on the shaft where he was the bottom bracket to eliminate the crank and screws on each side. This should solve the problem. In general, a collection of 15mm should be the trick, but it can vary.

Rise Above said...

Before you do, you take a look at the pedals and the cleats on his shoes. Something simple can be released.
Towing a spin bike in a shop would be a pain.
Also make sure that no pollution or click something in the steering wheel, it would make as it is the friction brake (assuming that the type of spin-bike).

Tim said...

Your cable will derailling out of synchronization is necessary to readjust the cable. If you do not know how to do it myself then it will take for a bike shop. It will be free. You should not require you something back to the cable. Benchmarking is a matter of secondary importance.

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