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Proper assembly is critical to ensure your safety, maximum performance, and the most comfortable experience. Celericycles recommends having a certified bike mechanic assemble and inspect your bike.
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An operator you should always make sure all nuts and quick releases are tight before every ride.
Check to ensure you have received all parts!
Before you begin assembly, ensure you have all parts.
Assembled: eBike frame, battery, motor, rear wheel, seat post lock,
Handlebar unit (attached to frame): Brakes/Shifter gears, LCD screen, grips
Front Fork and assembly parts (1 plastic spacer, 1 cap, 3 large spacers, 1 smaller spacer, stem screw)
Handlebar Stem with screws
Seat and seat post
Front wheel: includes calipers, brakes
Front wheel quick release
Batter charger: block and AC cord
Pedals (R & L)
Water bottle cage
Reflectors: front and rear
Model Specific and optional items:
Complete Assembly Videos
Resources to help you become more familiar with the assembly process.
A very similar eBike installation
A thorough complete bike assembly
Assembling a Boxed Bike
Step 1: Insert the front forks through the frame from the bottom. Ensure proper direction through direction of the light fixture and brake assembly.
Step 2: Using components in Image A, Slide the spacer (part #1) onto the top of the fork with the largest diameter side on top. Ensure tight fit. Slide the cap (part #2) on top of the fork with the smallest diameter side on top. See Image B.
Step 3: Slide on the 3 largest spacers (parts #3) and then the smallest spacer (part #4). as shown in Image C.
Step 4: Continue with stem assembly (Image D) with instructions below..
It is recommended to have someone assist with installing the stem and handlebars.
Installing Your Front Wheel
Install Bike Pedals
Identify the L: left and R: right inscriptions on the pedals before you install them.
Warning: Doing this incorrectly will damage the threads and will require the expertise of a bike shop to repair/replace
Tighten to the front
Loosen to the rear