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This is what you need to do. Put a piece of tape over the gear indicator. Learn how to ride without looking at what gear you are on.
No, but seriously, my first bikes all had gear indicators, and I wanted to buy one that had no gear indicator. So I did this (the tape), rode a handful of times, got used to it, bought a bike without a gear indicator, now I barely look at what gear I am in on all my bikes. Its a nice luxury to have, but don't rely on it. And truthfully t will also add to your overall skills as a rider. Bikes have existed for decades without a gear indicator!
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