Yea my dad worked on it. And it will never be ridden again. Unless he takes it to a bike repair shop. I’m not holding my breath.
When I was a young dad I got tired of repairing my oldest son’s bike so one day, long ago, I handed him the wrenches and parts. He now celebrates 35 years as a mechanical engineer for NASA.
Sometimes I wish I wasn’t blessed with the ability to fix things since my wife is blessed with the ability to break them even faster.
must he say more than that. it probable exploded or something.
jack of all trades. master of a few
The word “repair” was not mentioned.
His Dad’s still at the ED. (A&E for you British Folk).
Dad owns a Jeep, just expect excessive problems.
As Red Green so sagely opined, “If it ain’t broke, you ain’t tryin’.”
From years of experience I know that fixing bike gears is best left to a bike shop.
just turn the bike upside down and rotate the pedals backwards, always works for a dumped chain