Old 01-27-17, 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by dzidektancerz View Post
2.Front breaks are to tight. In effect front wheel stopping a bit. Shop seller saying that pads are new so that way they are to fat and after work on them shoud be fine. This part making sense for me.
No. This isn't right. Whomever told you this is not correct.

When the brake lever is not squeezed then the pads should not touch the wheels. The wheels should not stop when you are not applying the brakes.

The brakes need adjustment or the wheel needs to be trued.



Originally Posted by dzidektancerz View Post
3. The most issue is frame size. The shop worker advise me to take large size of bike. After few miles of riding I realize that distance between siting and steering is to looong.
You may be able to slide the saddle forward and get a shorter stem but if the frame is too big then you need a different bike. I would try to return it.


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