This one has to be the wierdest one. When it happened (you'll see in the picture that the foot pump lever is bent to the left at a 45 degree angle), it ended up pulling the whole bike over that it was attached to (the pump is a schrader lock-down type). Now it wants to fall down to the lowest gear in shifting all the time. I haven't gotten the chance to look at the bike (and I'll probably figure that out soon enough, worst case is a bent derailleur), but what about the pump? Is that common enough if you push it the wrong way, or do I need to be seeking out the manufacturer to solve this grievance? Any chance to bend the pump arm back or should I just trash it?