Actual Question - My front derailer shifter is pulling almost no tension regardless of how much tension is in the cable - Is this something that can be fixed in the shift housing on the handlebar - if so, any guidance as I have never used a bike with Integrated Brake-Shift Levers and I can't see any obvious access? (I may have caused the problem by trying to apply to much tension on the front derailer). Convoluted version... Hello. I finally purchased a proper bike after two failed C2W scheme attempts with previous employers. Problem is, my Triban 3 was delivered with the derailer rubbing against the chain. I had a look at a few videos and seemed to be doing ok although only one limit screw seemed to have any effect - the one that brings the cage towards the chainrings. I then tried to adjust where it was positioned along the seat post. A lot of tension was released and thinking back I can't remember if I did that while it was on the small gear as I should have. After struggling to get the right tension I eventually got it to shift the gears again but the derailer was still not perfect. I decided to reposition it against the seat post again and then after that, despite the cable being tight enough by feel - nothing happens. Holding onto to the cable I can feel almost no movement while attempting to shift up a gear. On some videos it mentioned using a barrel adjuster but I cannot see the equivalent on my bike. Any help would be great - hopefully it won't be - "take it to the bike shop and get someone with a clue to look at it". If pictures would help then I can take some.