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manual 1
Youhove chosenone of the finestbicyclesovoiloble.Yourbicyclehos beencorefullymonufocluredwifh the
benefilof yeorsof experienceond {ully lestedlo ensurethe higheslslondordsof sofetyond comfortfor ihe rider.
In order to fully enioyyour bicycle,o cerlqinqmount of core qnd moinlenonceis required.
T h i sO w n e r ' sM o n u o li s n o l i n l e n d e do s o f u l l yc o m p r e h e n s i vweo r k s h o pm o n u o lb u t i l w i l l g u i d ey o u
sofeusogeond correctmoinienonceof your new bicycle.
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t h o ty o u r n e w b i c y c l ek e e p sw o r k i n gp r o p e r l yo n d s o f e l yo, n d c o n l i n u e tso g i v ey o u y e o r so f e n j o y o b l e
cycling.
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1. PARTS
IDENTIFICATION 1
. pedollinglechnique
. hilltechnique
, corneringtechnique
. rulesfor children
Geors. HowToOperote
. deroileurgeors
. operolingprinciples
. thumbshifters(topmounled)
. belowthe bor shifers
. hondgrip shifters
BicycleCore
. bosicmointenonce
. storoge
. securrly
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4. SERVICING
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. Schedule
L Lubricoiion
. Schedule
2. Service
Checklist
TorqueRequiremenls
ToolsRequired
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Mountoin
Bicycles
& Crossbikes
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8MX/Loop
Frome/U-Frome
Bicycles 2
2. ASSEMBLY
Single
Geored
Bicycles
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3. BEFORE
YOURIDE
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CorreclFromeSize
RidingPosilion
. soddleheight
. reocn
. hondleborheight
Sofe! Checklist
. oroKes
. wheels& lyres
. steering
. choin
. beorings
. cronks& pedols
. deroilleurs
. Irome& fork
, occessories
Helmets
RidingSofely
. generolrules
. wetweqiherriding
. nightriding
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5. DETAILED
MAINTENANCE2 4
WheelsondTyres
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. wheelinspeclion
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. tyreinspeclion
2S
, recommended
tyrepressures
2S
, fronlwheelremovol& replocement2 6
. reorwheelremovol& replocemenl 2 7
. correclQRoxleselling
2A
. hubbeoringodjuslment
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. howto fix o flol tyre
. lyrevolves
Hondlebors
& Fork
hondlebor
stem
hondlebors
heodsel
Soddle& SeqtPost
Brokes
' v-broke
. conlilever
colipers
Driveiroin
. Pedols
. CronkSet
. oneptececronks
. collerless
cronks
. Choin
. {reewheel
. coosler
hub
Deroilleur
Syslems
. reorderoilleur
. {rontderoilleur
Reflectors
Accessories
Troubleshooting
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6. PURCHASE
RECORD 62
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ftlountoin
Bicyclcs
& Crossbikes
. Mounloin bicyclesore designedto give moximumcomlort over o wider voriety of rood
surfoces.The wider hondleborsond convenientshih lever posilion moke lhem very eosy to conkol. Wider wheel rims ond tyres give them
o softerride with more lrocl;on on rough surfoces.The frome ond fork on mounloin stylebicyclesis much slurdier ond heovierthon o
or hybrid.Thisstyleof bicycleis lighterthon o mountoinbicycle
rocingslylebicycle.A voriotionof the mounioinbicycleis the crossbike
but not os fost 05 o rocingbicycle.ll combinessomeof lhe feoturesof comforlond conlrolwith light€rweighl ond highir speed.
5!iiftLever
Seot
Broke Lever
Seot Posl
HondleborStem
Seot PostBinder Bolt
Hondlebor
Heod Set
Seof Stoy
Broke Conlrol Cobles
Heod Tube
Front Reflecfor
Reor Refleclor
Fronl Broke
Reor Broke
tronl fork
Wheel Reflector
FrontDeroilleur
CronkArm
ErocketAxle
Choinwheel
WheelReflector
Freewheel
Choinstoy
Deroilleur
Iyre
FronlHub
Spokes
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BEACH CRUISERS. A [email protected]
BeachCruiserhas a curvedframedesignwithgeometrythatallows
ridersto sit in an uprightandcomfortable
position.Thesebikesare greatfor rides by the beach,aroundtown,
campusesand in the neighborhood.
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BeachCrusiersare idealforeverydayrecreational
riding.
Tube
Reflector
FrontFork
FrontHub
WheelReflector
Rear Sproket
8MX
Bicycles . 8MX srylebicyclesore o populorgenetolpu.posei/pe moslsurtedto youngeliders
Theyore voluedbecouseof their sturdyond simpleconskuctron
ond low mointenonce
Other [inds ol childrens bicyclesure di{{erentsiylesof {romessuchos the loop fromeond the U-;hopefrome.
HondleborGrip
TopTube
Seol
Seol Po,
S e o l P o e lB , n d e r S o l t
Seol Slo),
Crosh Pod
Hondlebor5tem
Heod sel
BrokeIever
Hondlebor
ErolceConirolCoble
Heod Tube-Reflecior
FronlEroke
BrokePod
R€or Reilecior
WheelRe{lccror
Reo. Sp.o<leti
I r o i n i n gW h e e /
Wleel Rcflector
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BEACHCRUISERSINGLESPEEDBICYCLES
is thesameforgirlsandboysmodels.
Assembly
Includes
26",24".20"16"wheelBeachCruiserbicycles.
1. GettingStarted
Openthe cartonfrom the top and removethe bicycle.Removethe
strapsholdingthe frontwheel,handlbearassembly,andthe package
the pedals,seatpost,reflectors.Removethe protective
containing
wrappingfrom the bicycle.
2. Handlebars
Removethe protectivecap from the handlebarstemand loosenthe
centerboltusinga 6mmAllenKey.
Insertthe handlebarstem,with handlebarattached,intothe headtube
of the bicycle,re{ightenit whileobservingthe minimuminsertionmark
andensuringboththe forkandhandlebarassemblyare facingforward.
Test thetightnessby clampingthe wheelbetweenyourknessandtrying
to tvvistthehandlebar.
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stemmustbe inserted
so thatthe minimum
Thehandlebar
insertion
markandcannotbe seen.
3. Seat
Insertthe seat post intothe seat clamp and tighten.
Insertthe seat / seat post assemblyintothe frame tube of the bicycle
observingthe minimuminsertionmark on the seat post.
Tightenwith a 5mm AllenKey.
Turn the bicycleupsidedown and rest it on the seat and handlebar.
The seatpostmust be insertedso thatthe minumum
insertionmarkcannotbe seen.
4. Pedals
Attachthe pedalsand tightenwith a 15mm narrowopen endedspanner.
Notethatthe righthand pedalattachesto the chainwheelside crank
with a righthand (clockwise)thread.The left pedalattachesto the other
crankarm and has a left hand(counterclockwise)thread.
The ends of each pedalspindleare markedwith eitheran ,R,for riqht
or 'L' for left.
Attachmentof an incorreclpedalintoa crank arm will cause
irrepairabledamage.
5. FrontWheeland Fender
For bicycleswherea frontfenderis supplied,this shouldbe aftached
beforefittingthe frontwheel.Positionit withthe shortendfacingforward
andattachthe frontfenderto the bolton the backside of the fork.The
fenderbracketattachto the dropoutof the forkandto the fenderitself
screws.
usingthesupplied
Loosenthe boltson the side of the wheel,insertthe frontwheelintothe
fork,tightenthewheelnutsusing14mmor 15mmspanner.
6. TrainingWheels
Fot 12" and16"bicyclessuppliedwithtrainerwheels,eachwheelmust flrst be assembledontothe metal"L"bracket
suppliedandthenmountedto eachsideof the rearwheel.First,insertthe axleboltsthrougheachtrainerwheel,
followedby thewashers.Next,inserteachassemblyintothe "L" bracketsandattachwiththe nutssupplied.Then
removethe rearaxlenutsfromthe bicycleandfit the metallocatingbracketsontothe rearaxleso thatthe tabsflt into
theframeslot.Placethetrainingwheelsupportarms overthe locatingbrackets,refitandre-tighten
the rearaxlenuts.
Notethatthetrainerwheelsshouldbe positioned
so thattheydo notquitetouchthe groundwhenthe bicyclesis
siandkingvertically.
7. Front Brake ReferPage38 - 41 for moredetail.
on the tiresidewalls.Attachthewhite
8. Finally Checktire pressureis inflatedto the rangerecommendation
reflectorto thefrontreflectorbacketandthe red reflectorto the rearreflectorbracketusinga spanneror Phillipshead
screwdriver.Beforeridingensureall nuts,boltsandfittingson the bicycleshavebeencorrectlytightened.
Correctmaintenance
of yourbicyclewill ensuremanyyearsof happyriding.Serviceyourbicycleregularlyyourselfby
referingto the relevantsectionsofthis manualor takeit to yourspecialistbicycleshop.