www.sunbicycles.com Distributed by: J&B Importers, Inc. 11925 South West 128th. Street Miami, Florida USA 33186, 305-238-1866 TABLE OF CONTENTS Bicycle Safety 2 Night Riding 2 Assembly 3 Maintenance ... 7 Limited Warranty 11 Cruiser, Tandem, Hybrid, Folding & BMX Bicycle Owners Notice: Sun Bicycles are partially assembled. They are intended to be sold in a fully assembled and fully adjusted condition. Final assembly and adjustment are to be performed by your SUN BICYCLE dealer. Bike Manual 7/19/01 12:56 PM Page 2 BICYCLE SAFETY AND RIDING TIPS General Rules for Safe Bicycle Riding 1. Always wear a CPSC approved helmet and some form of eye protection. 2. Always ride with a rear view mirror attached to your helmet or mounted on the bicycle. 3. Obey all traffic rules and regulations, signs and signals. 4. Ride on the side of the road, going in the same direction as the traffic and in single file. 5. Use proper hand signals when turning or stopping. 6. Be alert at all times, especially watch for cars pulling out into traffic or for opening doors. 7. Inspect your Sun Bicycle before every ride. Make sure all nuts and bolts are securely tightened. Check your brakes by applying them and rock your Sun Bicycle back and forth to make sure they are engaging properly. Check your tires for proper air pressure as indicated on the sidewall of the tires. Make sure the nuts and/or quick release levers on wheels and seat are secure. Also check for any other possible mechanical problems. 9. Do not "stunt ride" or hitch a ride on other vehicles. 10. Do not ride carelessly. 11. Use extreme caution when riding in wet, icy or otherwise hazardous conditions. WARNING: J&B Importers, Inc. is not responsible for accidents resulting from failure to comply with all bicycling safety laws. Contact your local authoriies for more specific information about such laws. 1. 2. 3. 4. Night Riding Tips Your Sun Bicycle is equipped with front, rear, wheel and pedal reflectors. They should be kept clean at all times, and never be removed from your bike. Always use an appropriate lighting system when riding at night. Ride with extreme caution. Be alert for cars, pedestrians, runners and other bicyclists. Ride defensively and watch for road hazards. Wear light colored clothing and use reflective tape on clothing or helmets to help make you more visible at night. WARNING: Reflectors alone are not adequate for night visibility. Use a high quality front and rear lighting system for greater visibility. Wet Weather Caution When rims and brakes are wet due to muddy, wet or icy road conditions the distance needed to stop safely increases. You must, therefore, anticipate the additional distance needed to stop in such circumstances. Reduce your speed and take corners slowly and carefully. Hard application of the brakes on wet or icy pavement (or on loose gravel or debris) can cause the wheel(s) to lock up and skid, resulting in possible loss of control. Slowly apply brakes in a gradual, controlled manner to avoid skidding or loss of control. Page 2 Bike Manual 7/19/01 1:04 PM Page 3 ASSEMBLY Your Sun Bicycle is 90% assembled at the factory, therefore is easily set up in a few minutes. Tools Needed for Assembly 2 mm Hex wrench 5 mm Hex wrench 6 mm Hex wrench 15 mm open-ended wrench Adjustable wrench Scissors 1. 2. 3. Notice: Sun Bicycles are partially assembled. They are intended to be sold in a fully assembled and fully adjusted condition. Final assembly and adjustment are to be performed by your SUN BICYCLE dealer. (Fig. a) Unpack Carefully as Follows: Carefully remove the bike by lifting it straight out of the box. Be careful not to scratch the bike or yourself on the carton staples. Carefully remove the packing material from the frame. Carefully clip the plastic ties that secure the handle bar and front wheel to the bike during shipping. You are now ready to begin assembly. Please read carefully the following directions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. Handlebar and Front Wheel Installation Loosen the stem bolts and position the stem down parallel to the handlebar. Retighten the stem bolts. (Fig. a) Apply a light coat of grease to the expander wedge. Place the bottom end of the stem into the fork. Be sure that the minimum insertion line is not exposed. Tighten the expander bolt. Remove the spacer from the front fork. Loosen front nuts. Or for QR: Open the front wheel quick-release lever. Loosen the QR nut a few turns. Seat the wheel axle in the slot on the front fork dropouts. Make sure it is fully seated in the slot. Attach front wheel retaining clips and tighten nuts (Fig. b). Or for QR: Tighten the nut and close the quick-release lever with firm pressure (see Quick Release Lever Operations on page 7, for full operation instructions). Traditionally the QR lever is on the left hand side from the seated position. (Fig. c) Make sure the front wheel is centered property between the fork blades. Page 3 (Fig. b) (Fig. c) Bike Manual 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 7/19/01 1:07 PM Page 4 Handlebar and Front Wheel Installation (continued) Align the handlebars perpendicular to the front wheel by standing with the front wheel between your legs. Look at the alignment of the handlebars in relation to the front wheel. Then fully tighten the expander bolt. (Fig. a) To check for tightness, hold the front wheel between your legs and try to turn the handlebars. Check for proper installation of the front wheel before each ride. If equipped with quick release, be sure the quick-release lever is in the closed position. Lift the bike off the ground and hit the wheel sharply from above to confirm that it is firmly attached. Front Brake Installation / Front and Rear Brake Adjustment (if equipped) Place brake cable nipple firmly into nipple slot on lever. (Fig. b) Pass brake inner cable through grooves into lever bracket. Check brake pads, make sure they are aligned correctly on the rim, and there is a gap of 1mm between the top of the rim and the top of the pad. Hold each pad against the rim (one at a time) & tighten mounting nut securely. (Fig. c) Insert cable through cable guide pipe, cable protector and anchor-bolt. Slot cable guide pipe into holder and fit protector over guide pipe end. Set cable in anchor bolt so that combined pad rim clearance (A+B) is 2mm, then tighten anchor bolt. (If clearance is not 1mm on each side, it will be balanced out in step 4). Crimp end cap onto cable end. (Fig. d) Balance brake arms by turning spring-tension adjusters. Depress brake lever a few times while checking to see that tension is equal for both arms. Pad/rim contact should occur at the same time on each side. Clearance should be 1mm on each side. Don't set tension too high. (Fig. e) Notes Spring tension adjusters require a 2mm hex wrench. All other brake bolts use a 5mm hex wrench. Pad/rim clearance can be further adjusted by turning the brake lever-adjusting barrel. (Fig. f) Caution: Linear pull brakes must be used with linear pull brake levers. Linear pull brakes offer considerable braking power with little leverage force, and require practice at low speeds before normal use. J&B Importers, Inc. is not responsible for damage or injury as a result of improper use or installation. SPECIAL CAUTION: Braking in wet weather conditions: In wet weather conditions, you will need to increase the distance needed to stop safely. Anticipate the extra distance you will need, ride slowly and carefully. Squeeze your brake levers slowly and with gradual pressure to avoid skidding or loss of control. The same caution should be observed on loose gravel or dirt. Failure to be cautious during wet or other severe road conditions may result in a serious accident. Page 4 (Fig. b) (Fig. a) (Fig. c) (Fig. d) (Fig. e) (Fig. f) Bike Manual 7/19/01 1:23 PM Page 5 Coaster Brake (if equipped) Riding, coasting and stopping are all controlled by the foot operated crank. To slow the bicycle down for better control or to stop it, just pedal backward to apply the brake. The brake should be applied smoothly and evenly to prevent the rear wheel from skidding. When you stop pedaling, the bicycle will coast. Pedal Installation The pedals are stamped "R" and "L" on the threaded end of the pedal. 1. Put a small amount of grease or lubricant on the pedal threads. 2. Screw in the right ("R") pedal (right side of bike with chain) by turning it clockwise as you face the bike. 3. Screw in the left ("L") pedal by turning it counter-clockwise as you face the bike. 4. Tighten both pedals with a 15 mm open-ended wrench. (fig. a) (Fig. a) WARNING: Make sure each pedal is tightened securely. Failure to do so could result in a serious accident. Note: Pedals and crank arm bolts should be re-tightened after the first 25 miles. 1. 2. 3. 4. Seat Installation Install seatpost into seat. Insert seatpost into seat tube of bike. Adjust height and seat angle. Make sure minimum insertion mark on seatpost is inserted into frame and not visible. (fig. b) Secure seat binder and saddle clamp. (Fig. b) Handlebar Adjustment and Alignment The handlebars may be raised or lowered for best arm comfort. 1. Using a 6 mm hex wrench, loosen the expander bolt. 2. Raise or lower the handlebars according to your needs. Your arms should be in a relaxed, comfortable position and your knees should clear the bars. Be sure the maximum insertion line marked on the stem is not visible. (fig. c) 3. Align the handlebars perpendicular to the front wheel. To do this, stand with the front wheel between your legs and look at the alignment of the handlebars in relation to the front wheel. 4. Tighten the expander bolt. 5. To check the tightness, hold the front wheel between your legs and try to turn the handlebars with your hands. If there is any slippage, tighten the bolt more securely. Page 5 (Fig. c) Bike Manual 7/19/01 1:29 PM Page 6 Derailleur Adjustment MPORTANT: It is advised that you have a professional bicycle mechanic adjust the front or rear derailleur. Rear Derailleur Adjustment Adjustment to the rear derailleur can be done while turning the cranks, in a stationary position, while the rear wheel is elevated off the ground. Always make small adjustments first, then test while you rotate the crank and turn the shifter. (Fig. a) Before adjusting the derailleur, be sure the chain is clean and well lubricated. Also, lubricate the shift cables and inspect for any kinks. Dirty, dry or kinked cables will cause shifting hesitation or failure. Stiff links in the chain will also cause shifting failure. 1. 2. 3. 4. Top adjustment. Turn the top adjustment screw to position the guide pulley below the outer line of the smallest sprocket when looking from the rear. (Fig. a) Low adjustment. Turn the low adjustment screw so that the guide pulley moves to a position directly in line with the largest sprocket. (Fig. b) How to use the B-tension adjustment screw. Mount the chain on the smallest chain ring (on the crank) and the largest sprocket (on the rear cluster), and turn crank arm backward. Then turn the b-tension adjustment screw to adjust the guide pulley as close to the sprocket as possible but not so close that it touches. Next, set the chain to the smallest sprocket and repeat the above to make sure that the pulley does not touch the sprocket. (Fig. c) SIS Adjustment. (a) Operate the shifting lever to move the chain from the top gear to the second gear. If the chain will not move to the 2nd gear, turn the outer casing adjustment barrel counter clockwise to increase the ten sion. If the chain moves past the 2nd gear , decrease the tension by turning the adjustment barrel clockwise. (Fig. d) (b) Next with the chain on the 2nd gear, increase the inner cable tension by turning the adjustment barrel counter clockwise while turning the crank arm forward. Stop turning the outer casing adjustment barrel just before the chain makes noise against the 3rd gear. This completes the adjustment. (Fig. e) Note: For best SIS performance, periodically lubricate all power-transmission parts. (Fig. b) (Fig. c) (Fig. d) SPECIAL CAUTION: The adjusting barrel is for fine adjustments to the derailleur. If the barrel is turned too far counterclockwise it will screw out of its threads creating a hazardous condition. The adjusting barrel must be screwed in until a maximum of 1⁄4" of thread is showing. Removing the derailleur cable slack at the rear derailleur cable anchor makes "Coarse" adjustments to the system. Page 6 (Fig. e) Bike Manual 7/19/01 4:05 PM Page 7 Internal Geared Hub Adjustment (Shimano Nexus) 1. 2. Put shifter into highest gear position (4 for 4 four speed and 7 for seven speed). If the red setting lines are not aligned (Fig. a), turn the cable adjustment barrel on the shifter to align the setting lines. After this, move shifter once more from 4 (or 7) to 1 and back to 4 (or 7), then check to be sure that the red setting lines are aligned. (Fig. a) CARE AND MAINTENANCE WARNING: Do not ride your Sun Bicycle until both front and rear brakes have been checked and are functioning properly. Keep all nuts, bolts and quick release levers well tightened. Lubricate cables occasionally to prevent binding. Failure to do so may cause a malfunction, resulting in a serious or fatal accident. (See Front & Rear Brake Adjustment page-4) WARNING: Adjustment of the brake lever in too narrow a position may cause the lever to hit the handlebar before full braking action is achieved. This is a dangerous situation. Recheck the brake lever position and make appropriate adjustments before riding. Failure to do so may result in inadequate or loss of brake power, resulting in a serious or fatal accident. Quick Release Lever Operation CAUTION: Never fasten a wheel to a frame by rotating the quick release lever as shown in the diagram on the left (Fig. b). Simply rotating the lever in a circular motion will not fasten the wheel to the frame. Detachment of the wheel as a result of improper hub installation can result in serious bodily injury. NOTES If the quick release lever can be easilypushed to the CLOSE position, this means the clamping strength is insufficient. Return the quick release lever to the position perpendicular to the bicycle frame. And again turn the adjusting nut clockwise to increase the clamping strength. Push the quick release lever back to the CLOSE position. (Fig. c) If the clamping strength is adjusted too strong and the quick release lever cannot be pushed to the CLOSE position, turn the adjusting nut in a counter-clockwise direction to reduce the clamping strength. When doing this, do not fully release the adjuster nut. Turn it 1/8 of a revolution, and then try to push the lever to CLOSE, to set the maximum clamping strength with which you can push the quick release lever to the CLOSE position. (Fig. d) (Fig. b) (Fig. c) (Fig. d) Page 7 Bike Manual 7/19/01 3:56 PM Page 8 POSITIONING OF THE QUICK RELEASE LEVER For safety, the quick release lever should be along the bicycle frame when in the CLOSE position.(Fig. a) REMOVING THE WHEEL Move the quick release lever from CLOSE position to the OPEN position. Loosen the adjusting nut, and then remove the wheel. Fig. b) WARNING THINGS TO CHECK BEFORE RIDING (Fig. c) 1. Always check your quick release hubs before riding to make sure that the wheels are correctly installed on the bicycle frame. This is especially important after you park your bicycle in a pubic place. 2. Make sure that the quick release levers are pushed fully to the CLOSE position (side of the lever with the inscription "CLOSE" must be facing away from the wheel). As shown in the diagram, the lever must be lifted, not rotated. QUICK CHECK (Fig. d) Lift up the bicycle so that the wheel is off the ground, and give the top of the tire a few sharp downward blows as shown in the diagram. The wheel should not be loose or come off. This check does not guarantee that the quick release lever has received adequate tightening torque. If you are uncertain as to whether the quick release is tightened correctly, repeat the installation procedure as explained in “Quick Release Lever Operation on page-7. (Fig. a) (Fig. b) (Fig. c) (Fig. d) Wheel Removal and Installation Rear wheel removal for a derailleur bike 1. Shift the rear derailleur into high gear (#7, small cog) 2. Release the rear brake cable by holding the rear brake shoes against the wheel rim and removing the guide pipe from the holder on the brake arm. (Fig. e) 3. Loosen nuts or, if equipped, quick release skewer. 4. Pull the spring-loaded derailleur pulleys (and chain) towards the rear, while pulling the entire wheel out of the frames axle slots (dropouts). (Fig. f) (Fig. e) Warning: Removal and installation of the rear wheel may cause misalignment of the rear derailleur. We recommend your local Sun Bicycles dealer or bicycle mechanic do this procedure. Refer to Derailleur adjustment on page-6. Also check rear brake adjustment refer to Brake Adjustments on page-4. Page 8 (Fig. f) Bike Manual 7/19/01 3:56 PM Page 9 Wheel Removal and Installation (continued) Rear wheel installation for a derailleur bike Installation is the reverse of removal. 1. Position the rear derailleur in its high gear (small cog). 2. Insert the wheel into the dropouts, making sure to catch the chain on the small freewheel cog. 3. Push the wheel firmly into the dropouts to center. 4. Tighten nuts or if equipped with quick release, close the quick-release lever firmly. (See Quick Release Operation on page-7) 5. Reattach the rear brake cable and check for brake adjustment. (See Brake Adjustment on page-4) 1. 2. 3. Front Wheel Removal If equipped with front brake: Release the front brake cable by holding the front brake shoes against the wheel rim and removing the guide pipe from the holder on the brake arm. Loosen nuts or, if equipped with quick release, open the quick-release lever and back the nut off a few turns to clear tabs on the fork. Remove the wheel from the fork. Front Wheel Installation Installation is the reverse of removal. 1. Push the wheel firmly into the fork to center. 2. Install retaining clips and tighten nuts or if equipped with quick release, close the quick-release lever firmly. (See Quick Release Operation on page-7) 3. If equipped with front brake: Reattach the front brake cable and check for brake adjustment. (See Brake Adjustment on page-4) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. General Tire and Wheel Maintenance Maintain tire pressure at the value indicated on the sidewall of the tire. (It’s common that most bike tires will loose 5 to 10 psi a week.) Never ride your bicycle with under-inflated tires, as this will cause poor handling, excessive tire wear or a blowout. Use a hand or foot pump to inflate tire to proper tire pressure. Over inflation or an improperly mounted tire may cause a blowout. If there are any irregular noises from wheels, or if the rims wobble while rotating, check and repair wheels immediately. Wheels should be checked regularly for spoke tightness, especially if ridden on rough roads. If the wheel does not remain 'true' this indicates that the spokes are loose. We recommend that spoke adjustments be performed by a professional bicycle mechanic. WARNING: Avoid riding over curbs. Watch for and avoid potholes, gratings and other road hazards. Walk your bicycle over railroad tracks, stairs, ditches or other such rough conditions. Failure to do so may result in tire failure, loss of control, or other mechanical failures and may result in a serious or fatal accident. Page 9 Bike Manual 7/19/01 3:56 PM Page 10 Maintenance Check List In order to keep your Sun Bicycle in top condition you should run a thorough maintenance check frequently. This will ensure a longer component life of your Sun Bicycle General Bicycle Inspection General inspection should be done before each ride and should include the following: 1. Check for loose nuts and bolts. 2. Check that all quick-release levers are securely fastened. 3. Check for fork and frame alignment. 4. Inspect brake pads for wear and replace when necessary. 5. Check for proper brake alignment. 6. Check for any worn or damaged parts and replace. 7. Look for loose spokes on the wheels. Check tires for glass, thorns or any other sharp objects. 8. Make sure both wheels are properly aligned. 9. Make sure handlebar stem bolts are tight and that the minimum insertion mark on the stem is not visible. 10. Keep the derailleurs in adjustment. Do not let the bike rest or fall on the derailleurs. 11. Keep tires inflated to the pressure indicated on the sidewall. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Component Lubrication Drive chain: lubricate frequently in wet conditions and less often in dry conditions. Use bicycle chain lube. Rear derailleur: Lubricate. (As needed) Brake cables: Lubricate. (As needed) Front and rear hub bearings: Grease. (Every 6 months) Headset bearings: Grease. (Every 6 months) Bottom bracket (crank) bearings: Grease. (Every 6 months) Finish Protection and Maintenance Surface finish can be protected by applying and maintaining a coat of high quality, non-abrasive wax or polish (automobile wax is suitable). The stainless steel (if equipped) used in your Sun Bicycle is resistant to corrosion in most atmospheric conditions; however, certain extreme environments may cause oxidizing of surfaces. We recommend either maintaining a coat of wax or periodic polishing with a non-abrasive pad (e.g. typical dish cleaning pad). We recommend storing your Sun Bicycle away from direct sunlight. WARNING: Never wax, polish, or lubricate the sidewall of the rims or brake shoes. Page 10 Bike Manual 7/19/01 4:06 PM Page 11 SUN BICYCLES LIMITED WARRANTY J&B Importers, Inc. ("Sun Bicycles"), a Florida Corporation located at 11925 SW 128th St., Miami, FL 33186, makes the following Limited Warranty concerning Sun Bicycles: LIMITED 90-DAY WARRANTY ON COMPLETE BICYCLE Subject to the following limitations, terms and conditions, Sun Bicycles warrants to the original owner of each new Sun Bicycles bicycle that this bicycle when new is free of defective materials and workmanship. This warranty shall expire 90 days from the date of the original purchase from a Sun Bicycles dealer and is conditioned upon the bicycle being operated under normal conditions and use, and properly maintained. This warranty is void if the bicycle was not purchased new from or not properly assembled by a Sun Bicycles dealer. LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY ON STEEL BICYCLE FRAMES AND LIMITED FIVE (5) YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL OTHER BICYCLE FRAMES Also subject to the following limitations, terms and conditions, Sun Bicycles warrants to the original owner for the lifetime of the original owner of each new steel framed Sun Bicycles that the bicycle frame when new is free of defective materials and workmanship. Sun Bicycles' limited warranty for all other bicycle frames, including aluminum based bicycle frames, shall expire five (5) years from the date of purchase from a Sun Bicycles dealer. The lifetime limited warranty and the five (5) year limited warranty are conditioned upon the bicycle being operated under normal conditions and use, and properly maintained. This limited warranty does not apply to paint/finish or components attached to the bicycle/frameset such as front forks, wheels, drive train, brakes, seat post, handlebar and stem or any suspension related parts or components. Paint/finish, components attached to the bicycle such as front forks, wheels, drive train, brakes, seat post, handlebar and stem or any suspension related parts or components are covered under the limited 90 day warranty. This warranty is void if the bicycle was not purchased new from or not properly assembled by a Sun Bicycles dealer. ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS This Limited Warranty is made only to the original owner of this new Sun Bicycles bicycle purchased from a Sun Bicycles dealer, and it shall remain in force only as long as the original owner retains ownership of the Sun Bicycles bicycle. This Limited Warranty is not transferable. In order to exercise your rights under this limited warranty, the bicycle must be presented to a Sun Bicycles dealer, together with a receipt, bill of sale or other appropriate written proof of purchase which identifies the bicycle by serial number. Should this bicycle, or any part be determined by Sun Bicycles to be covered by this waranty, it will be repaired or replaced, at Sun Bicycles sole option, which will be conclusive and binding. The original owner shall pay all labor charges connected with the repair or replacement of all parts. Under no circumstances does this limited warranty include the cost of travel or shipment to and from a Sun Bicycles dealer. Such costs, if any, shall be borne by the original owner. This limited warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, nor to claimed defects, malfunctions or failures that result from abuse, neglect, improper assembly, improper maintenance, alteration, collision, crash or misuse. This bicycle has not been designed, engineered, distributed, manufactured, or retailed for uses in trick riding, ramp riding, jumping, aggressive riding, riding on evere terrain, riding in severe climates, riding with heavy loads, commercial activities, or any similar activities; such uses may damage the bicycle, and can cause serious injury to the rider, and in all cases will void this warranty. Page 11 Bike Manual 7/19/01 4:08 PM Page 12 USEFUL PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE Every Sun Bicycles bicycle and frameset has a useful product life cycle. The length of that useful product life cycle will vary with the construction and materials of the bicycle or frameset, the maintenance and care the bicycle or frameset receives over its useful product life cycle, and the type and amount of use the bicycle or frameset is subject to. Uses in competitive events, trick riding, ramp riding, jumping, aggressive riding, riding on severe terrain, riding in evere climates, riding with heavy loads, commercial activities and other types of non-standard use can dramatically shorten the useful product life cycle of a Sun Bicycles bicycle. Any one or a combination of these conditions may result in an unpredictable failure of a Sun Bicycles bicycle that would not be covered by this warranty. All Sun Bicycle bicycles should be periodically checked by a Sun Bicycles dealer, for indicators of stress and/or potential failure, including cracks, deformation, corrosion, paint peeling, dents, and any other indicators of potential problems, inappropriate use, or abuse. These are important safety checks and very important to help prevent accidents, bodily injury to the rider and shortened useful product life cycle of a Sun Bicycles bicycle. THIS IS AN INTEGRATED AND FINAL STATEMENT OF SUN BICYCLES LIMITED WARRANTY. SUN BICYCLES DOES NOT AUTHORIZE OR ALLOW ANYONE, INCLUDING ITS DEALERS, TO EXTEND ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, FOR SUN BICYCLES. NO OTHER REPRESENTATION, AND NO STATEMENT OF ANYONE BUT SUN BICYCLES, INCLUDING A DEMONSTRATION OF ANY KIND BY ANYONE SHALL CREATE ANY WARRANTY REGARDING THIS BICYCLE. ALL OF THE REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER ARE STATED HEREIN. IT IS AGREED THAT SUN BICYCLES' LIABILITY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE NO GREATER THAN THE AMOUNT OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE AND IN NO EVENT SHALL SUN BICYCLES BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. DISCLAIMER All other remedies, obligations, liabilities, rights, warranties, express or implied, arising from law or otherwise, including but not limited to, any claimed mplied warranty of merchantability, any claimed implied warranty arising from course of performance, course of dealing or usage of trade, and any claimed implied warranty of fitness, are disclaimed by Sun Bicycles and waived by the original owner. Some states, jurisdictions, countries, provinces, do not allow some or all of the limitations set for herein, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. If any provision is found unenforceable, only that provision shall be stricken and all others shall apply. This limited warranty does provide the original owner with certain legal rights and recourse and the original owner may possess other rights or recourse, depending on the state, jurisdiction, country or province. Page 12 FOLDING BICYCLE INSTRUCTIONS Folding Pedals 1. Flip pedal upside down. Folding Stem 2. Turn locking knob as shown 3. Fold pedal as shown. 1. Un-lock QR lever as shown. 2. Rotate lever out oF slot and push locking button as shown. 3. Fold bar down. 2. Rotate out of slot. 3. Push locking button as shown. 4. Fold your bike. HINT: Use a bungie cord (NOT INCLUDED) to keep bike from unfolding. Folding Frame 1. Un-lock QR lever as shown. WARNING: Before riding your bike, make sure all quick releases are secured. Failure to do so, may cause serious injury.