eBike Manual

Proper assembly is critical to ensure your safety, maximum performance, and the most comfortable experience. Celericycles recommends having a certified bike mechanic inspect your bike.

An operator you should always make sure all nuts and quick releases are tight before every ride.

Electrical Operation

To Turn On

  • Press and hold the center power button for 1-3 seconds. The headlight and LCD panel will flash briefly.

To Turn Off

  • Press and hold the center power button for 1-3 seconds.

Electric Assist

  • Press the up and down buttons to adjust power assist levels.

    • Level 0 provides no electric motor assistance.

    • Levels 1 (lowest) - 5 (highest) provide electric motor assistance.

    • Safety feature: Motor will not engage when brake is pressed

Safety Cutoff

  • When the brakes are engaged the motor will be disabled. Always press the brake when mounting or dismounting the bike.


The motor is water resistant and is not waterproof It should not be submerged in water, left in rain for extended periods of time. Pay attention to and protect the electrical outlet to avoid electrical line being disrupted, which can cause a short circuit and burn out the motor.

Mechanical Operation


Check for proper brake function before every ride. Brakes need to be adjusted and re-calibrated over time as general maintenance is required.

  • Left Brake Lever: Rear Brake

  • Right Brake Lever: Front Brake


  • Left Hand Lever: Front derailleur (3 gears)

    • Upper Shifter: More Resistance (easier/larger cog)

    • Lower Shifter: Less Resistance (harder/smaller cog)

  • Right Hand Lever: Rear derailleur (7 gears)

    • Upper Shifter: More Resistance (harder/smaller cog)

    • Lower Shifter: Less Resistance (easier/larger cog)


Regularly check the brake cable and brake shoes for serious wear replace them timely and order to maintain safety. Contact your local bike shop for regular maintenance.


IMPORTANT: Only use the provided charger. Using any other charger may damage the battery.


The battery may be charged on or off the bike. Check the charger cables, charger, and battery for damage before beginning each charge. Always charge in dry, indoor locations away from direct sunlight, dirt, or debris.

Connect the output plug of the charger with the charging port of the battery and then connect the input plug of the charger with the AC power supply.

The power indicator of the charger will indicate red when charging, green when charged, and green when plugged in and not charging.

It takes 6-8 hours for a complete full cycle charge. A new bike might need to be recharged for 8-9 hours after a deep discharging for the first time.

After charging, first unplug the input of the charger, then the output plug.

Disconnect the device from the power supply when fully charged.

Do not charge the battery for more than 12 hours at a time or leave a charging battery unattended.

The battery should be charged in the spacious environment, away from high temperature, high humidity, and away from fire or anything flammable. High temperature and high humidity will corrode electronic components resulting in harmful gases or small and may even cause a explosion.

Do not cover up the charger when plugged in or charging. It air cools and needs to be on a hard, flat surface in an open space. Use the charger with the indicator light facing upwards.


When the battery is not in use for a long time the battery power should be discharged to 50% power left and then it should be recharged.

The batteries are rated for 500-800 charging cycles.

The maximum lifetime of the batteries is achieved if you use them between 20-80% discharge at an ambient temperature between 50 ° F and max. 86 ° F.

Overcharge and overdischarge of the battery will weaken the cycle life over time.


  • Keep out of reach of children.

  • Do not open or disassemble the battery.

  • Do not short-circuit metallic objects on the battery.

  • Do not immerse in any liquid.

  • Do not incinerate! There is a risk of explosion!

  • Lithium batteries cannot be disposed of with regular trash. All batteries must be disposed of at a household hazardous waste collection point.

Suspension / Tires

Tires and Wheels

Your wheels should always spin straight and must be repaired or replaced if they wobble side to side or up and down when spinning. If your wheels become untrue or spokes loosen, do not attempt to true or tighten unless you have adequate knowledge, tools and experience. It is recommended that a certified bike mechanic performs all wheel tuning and truing operations on your bike. Ensure your tires and inner tubes are in good working condition without any visual damage and have the correct amount of air pressure. Always replace tires and inner tubes with punctures, cuts or damage before you ride. Tires without the correct amount of air pressure can reduce performance, increase tire and component wear, and make riding your bike unsafe.


The bike includes an adjustable front suspension fork. This suspension fork can move up and down up to 80 mm to cushion bumps in the riding surface, which can make riding on a rough road or trail smoother and more comfortable. Depending on a rider’s preference, the suspension fork can be locked out as a rigid fork.

The Lockout Lever, located on top of the right side of the suspension fork, can be used to completely lock out the suspension fork’s travel, turning it into a rigid fork. A rigid fork will typically yield higher efficiency while pedaling. To lock out the fork, turn the Lockout Lever Knob counterclockwise until it stops. To unlock the Lockout Lever, turn the knob clockwise until it stops.

When the Lockout Lever is unlocked, resistance can be adjusted by turning the Preload Adjustment Knob, located on the top of the left side of the suspension fork. To soften the ride, you can subtract resistance by turning the Preload Adjustment Knob counterclockwise, in the direction of the small “-” on the knob. To make the suspension stiffer when going over bumps, add resistance by turning the Preload Adjustment Knob clockwise, in the direction of the small “+” on the knob.