Pant leg sprocket interference

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  1. cycle master

    cycle master New Member

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    Keep getting my pants caught and wonder what would help.Will a rubber band or some tape work ?
     
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  2. dabac

    dabac Well-Known Member

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  3. cycle master

    cycle master New Member

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    It's a real conundrum on the style bike that i ride.If you can't peddle thru you have to find something to lean against or a soft spot to do a controlled crash that is in coasting distance.
     
  4. concord

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    Wear shorts, problem solved.
     
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    This issue is on here quite regularly and I am beginning to think that the various posters perhaps suffer with some form of Attention Deficit Syndrome.
    Perhaps they should print off the various responses and keep them in a folder for future reference.

    More correctly the post title should read Pant leg Chain-ring Interference as the sprockets are on the rear of the bike and on whichever cassette is being used.
     
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