How to adjust a rear derailleur

By Oli Woodman | Tuesday, January 22, 2013 10.09am

Badly adjusted gears are frustrating, will slow you down and can even be dangerous. So if your rear derailleur isn't capable of climbing the cogs like it used to it's about time you gave it some loving. 

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Thankfully, adjusting your gears isn't a particularly difficult or time consuming task. Allow Mountain Biking UK's in-house bike surgeon, Andrew Dodd, to guide you through the necessary steps in this clear and informative video.

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