Chances are, you'll get another bike assembled by the same 'moron'.CanKon wrote: ↑Apr 18th, 2017 3:40 pmI just purchased this bike, and it feels nice. It's light but it's assembled by a moron as the front wheel is closer to the right pad than the left and the derailleur doesn't work at all. Neither the front or back.
Should I exchange it with another one at costco or should I take it to a bike shop and get it adjusted?
I believe the individuals at Costco whom are responsible for setting up displays and assembling things like shower doors and knock down furniture, also assemble the bikes.
This could happen if you purchase it at any non-bicycle specific retailer.
Take it to a bike shop.
I was at a child oriented cycling event, doing safety checks on the bikes. One kid's brand new Supercycle, purchased the previous day, had the handle bars mounted in reverse. I wish I'd taken pictures...