Rear brake sticks when handlebar turns!
I had a flat on my rear tire. I took the wheel off, put a new tube in and replaced the wheel. I re-hooked the noodle in my rear brake, which is a "direct-pull" type and everything seemed OK. However, I noticed that if I spin my rear wheel and then turn my handlebar to the left to an acute angle, the wheel stops spinning immediately, seemingly due to the brake coming into contact the rim. Is this a typical issue? Would I have to adjust the brake to fix it?
Thanks in advance.
PS. The bike is a Trek 7300FX and the brakes are the Shimano "direct-pull" type as I have mentioned above.