I'm new to this forum but I wondering if I could get some input on my situation.
I bought a brand new Scott Sportster in July and took it in to the local shop for a tune up after the first 50 miles because I was experiencing a slight clicking in second gear. The shop worked on it for a total of 15 minutes, and gave it back to me free of charge.
After getting it back, my bike completely skips 2nd gear and goes right into 3rd, producing a clicking sound while riding. I haven't used the bike since that first ride after getting it back from the shop, and just took it out this season to start riding, but I still have the gear skipping problem.
I took it into the same shop today to get it checked out, and they want to charge me for a full tune up.. but I'm expecting them to fix the problem for me since it didn't exist until after I took it to them for the initial tune up.
What do you guys think? (Brand new bike with less than 100 miles on it)