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    Does the warranty covers this, or is there a fix?

    ts a Cannondale Rush Carbon 1 with Mavic CrossMax SLR UST rims

    I have had the bike since February, after a 3 day ride in April the spokes got loose, then were re tightened, then loose after 2 rides, then re tightened then loose, like that since April.
    Any ideas how to fix this?

    Does the warranty covers this?

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    How to fix? Get a decent wheel builder to re-tension the wheel.

    I very much doubt warranty will cover it, it's normal wear and tear.

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    Already sent it to 3 bike shops, the bike is 6 months old.

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    It could be covered by Mavic under warranty. Contact the shop where you bought the bike. Crossmax wheels are usually hard to knock out of true.

    Kevin

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    Definitly not usual for Crossmax wheels, those alloy spokes usually don't have to be touched in months/years.

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    Redeem your warrantees! Please! It makes it easier for the rest of us. "Normal wear and tear" is such a bogus phrase. Make a stink and lets kill these shady business practices !

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