Start life exploring
Nordic Cab Explorer
Instructions and user
manual
“Start life exploring”
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
OUR HISTORY ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
SAFETY .................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
SYMBOLS .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 6
RULES FOR SAFE CYCLING ............................................................................................................................................................... 7
PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8
PARTS LIST .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
BICYCLE TRAILER AND STROLLER................................................................................................................................ 9
JOGGER KIT ............................................................................................................................................................................ 9
SLED AND HIKING KIT ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
GET STARTED .................................................................................................................................................................... 10
MOUNTING OF CASTER / ADAPTER ......................................................................................................................................... 10
ATTACHING END PIECE TO THE FRONT FRAME ................................................................................................................ 11
ASSEMBLING THE FRAME AND THE CANOPY...................................................................................................................... 12
LED LIGHT ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
ATTACHING THE WHEEL PROTECTORS................................................................................................................................. 14
MOUNTING THE SEAT ..................................................................................................................................................................... 15
SAFETY HARNESS.............................................................................................................................................................................. 16
FUNCTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 17
FINE DETAILS...................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
FOLDING THE CART ......................................................................................................................................................................... 17
PARKING BRAKE ................................................................................................................................................................................ 18
CONVERSIONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 19
STROLLER ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 19
BICYCLE TRAILER ............................................................................................................................................................................. 20
JOGGER (SOLD SEPARATELY) ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
SLED/HIKING CART (SOLD SEPARATELY) ............................................................................................................................ 23
MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................................................................. 25
WARRANTY ........................................................................................................................................................................ 25
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................................... 25
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your new Urban and thank you for choosing NordicCab Explorer!
Just one cart for all purposes! Our aim is to provide solutions for safe, comfortable and functional
transportation of children. It is a means of transportation you can use in all weather conditions and with most
of your activities. This makes your everyday life easier, saves the environment and advances your health.
OUR HISTORY
In 1980 Dagfinn Nyborg came up with the idea of a cart that his dog, Gorm, could pull. The whole idea
started as a hobby, which became a bit commercialised after a while. The first cart sold was named
“Kombikjerra” (Combi-Sled) and had many of the same solutions we see in current NordicCab.
As today, the cart was developed to be pulled by a dog or a bicycle, and even people pulling the cart was
already part of the concept.
The cart was developed further little by little. New ideas materialised, and over time many versions of
“Kombikjerra”, later named Rocky2, came to fruition.
Rocky2 became our brand for many years to come, right up until we decided to change the name to
NordicCab. This was done due feedback from our partners in the United States, who informed us that the
name could be associated with some guy named Balboa.
Earlier versions of Rocky2 are still used by people in Norway and Sweden. Rocky2 models received quite
good feedback from the customers, but we didn’t want to stop there...
NordicCab, which is our newest version, is an extensive improvement and development of our concept. The
result is a cart that is in world class on all usage areas. Sled/Ski-Sled, Bicycle trailer and Dog-Sled have
become first class products. In addition, we now have a stroller and a jogger, which makes our product
uniquely suitable for an active family with children. The cart also has a bunch of fine details and unique
solutions which make the cart a pleasure to use for kids, adults, and even your dog.
Based the on the massive feedback from our users, we have realised we truly have succeeded to make an
unbelievably good product! Our sales also show we have done something right...
Note:
Check the part list on page 8 to make sure you have received all the parts. Contact your authorised Urban
reseller immediately, if you find some parts missing.
Important:
Practise combining parts, opening and closing the canopy and assembling your new cart to get better
acquainted with the possibilities and security features of the cart. The cart is delivered with most parts
assembled.
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SAFETY
SYMBOLS
WARNING: This symbol is important, as it contributes to the safe use of Urban. If the
warnings are not followed, passenger(s) can be exposed to accidents, harm, and even
death.
ATTENTION: The symbol indicates actions needed to avoid damage to the Explorer
cart.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
Read the user manual carefully and test the cart before you use it with children. Should something be
unclear, please contact your NordicCab Explorer reseller.

Never replace original Explorer parts with other parts.

Always use the parking brake when leaving the cart unattended.

Remember to be careful when opening or folding the cart together, to avoid injuring your fingers.

Do not make any modifications or alterations to the cart.

Ensure that children can never come in contact with any moving parts. This applies also to clothes,
shoe laces, toys, and similar.

Never leave children unattended in the cart.

Use the cart only in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, as this provides better safety.

Do not use the cart with more than 2 children or exceed the weight and height restrictions of the cart.

Secure the child with the safety harness, and ensure that the child stays correctly seated at all times.

You can transport a child up to 9 kg in Babyseat (available as an accessory) when used as a stroller
or a jogger.

The Explorer cart can become unstable if the manufacturer’s maximum allowable weight is
exceeded.

The Explorer cart can become unstable if a shopping basket, bag, or a rack not designed for the
Explorer is used.

Always use the safety strap when using the Explorer as a stroller or a jogger.

If the user manual is available in the language of the country you currently are located in, that manual
should be followed.
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RULES FOR SAFE CYCLING
WARNING:

Do not use a car seat or a seat not approved by the manufacturer.

Always use a well maintained bicycle with good brakes and correct air pressure in the tires. Check
that air pressure in the tires for the bicycle and the cart match the recommended pressure every time
you use the cart.

Always follow the safety instructions when you are out and about.

Your child’s safety harness must be correctly attached at all times. Always use a flag/flagpole for best
possible visibility.

Children under the age of 1 should not be transported in the bike trailer.

Bicycle helmet - Children using the cart must wear a bicycle helmet. Bicycle helmet must be fitted to
fit the child’s head and be CPSC or CE approved. The child must have strong enough neck muscles
to hold their head upright themselves.

The bicycle trailer can become overturned if used carelessly. Do not ride over holes or objects with
high speed. Ensure that the child does not rock or move in a way that can alter the weight
distribution of the cart. Do not turn or ride downhill with high speed. Always turn carefully (5 km/h or
less). The maximum speed for the bicycle trailer is 24km/h.

Ride always with the canopy pulled down. Stones and other objects can be thrown in the cart and
harm your child.

Maximum allowed load is 45 kg. Maximum allowed total weight of the cart is 62.5 kg. Maximum
allowed combined weight of the passengers is 36 kg.

Make sure that the weight at the end of the arm (where the bicycle attachment is attached) is above 2
kg, but does not exceed 9 kg with the cart fully loaded. If the weight exceeds this limit, redistribute
the weight in the cart until the weight is within the required limits.

It is VERY different to ride with a bicycle trailer than without one. The higher weight means that
acceleration and braking are significantly slower than when cycling without a trailer. A combination of
a bicycle and a trailer is also significantly longer, and it is important to allow more time for crossing
roads. Take also trailer’s width in account when taking large turns. Practise cycling with the trailer
without children to gain better understanding of and more experience with the usage of bicycle
trailer.

A reflector (in accordance with CPSC standard) must be visible on the rear of the bicycle trailer.

Ensure before every ride that the bicycle trailer does not affect braking, movement of the pedals or
steering of the bicycle.

Do not use the bicycle trailer during nights without sufficient lighting. Lights must be used in
accordance with the locale regulations.

The smaller child must always sit on the left side (as seen from behind).

Ensure before every ride that the bicycle attachment is securely attached.
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PARTS LIST
PARTS LIST
NR
NUMBER
PART NAME
BASIC
PACKAGE
A
1
RED LED LIGHT
X
B
1
SEAT INCL. (PAD AND HARNESS X 2)
X
C
2
20“ ALUMINIUM WHEEL WITH WHEEL BOLTS
X
D
2
WHEEL PROTECTOR
X
E
1
BOTTOM CASE
X
F
1
CASTER WITH ADAPTER
X
G
1
BICYCLE ARM
X
H
1
BICYCLE ATTACHMENT
X
I
4
C LOCKING PINS
X
J
1
FRAME WITH CANOPY
X
K
2
JOGGER HANDLEBAR
X
L
1
16“ ALUMINIUM WHEEL
X
M
2
SKI WITH BRACKET
X
N
2
ALUMINIUM TUBE STRAIGHT
X
O
2
ALUMINIUM TUBE BENT
X
P
2
PLASTIC ARM WITH HOOK
X
Q
2
SKI BOLT
X
R
4
VELCRO PINS
X
S
1
HARNESS
X
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JOGGER KIT
SKI KIT
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BICYCLE TRAILER AND STROLLER
JOGGER KIT
SLED AND HIKING KIT
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GET STARTED
MOUNTING OF CASTER / ADAPTER
1
Required tools/parts:
(not included):
a.
Adjustable wrench
b.
Phillips screwdriver
2
Insert the bracket with the
plastic cap and release button
up in the front and centre of
the cart’s aluminium frame.
3
Insert the screws into the
holes from the inside of the
car, with the washer and nut
placed on the underside.
Tighten securely.
4
Insert the caster while
pressing the release button.
(included):
c.
Attachment bracket
d.
2x screws, washers
and nuts
e.
Caster
WARNING
Be careful when using a drill or another electric tool, as excessive torque can damage the screws, the
bracket, or the frame.
Tighten screws securely. Check at regular intervals that there is no slack in the bracket. Slack in the
bracket can create noise and damage the frame over time.
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ATTACHING END PIECE TO THE FRONT FRAME
1
Required tools
(not included):
2
Locate end pieces for the front
frame.
Screwdriver
3
Check that the nuts are in
place.
They should point outwards
from the cart.
4
Pull the front part of the
canopy slightly out.
Required parts
(included)
Screws x 4
5
Insert the front part of the
canopy into the tracks on the
end pieces.
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Then insert the end pieces into
the front frame.
7
Insert screws through the
holes.
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Tighten the screws securely.
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ASSEMBLING THE FRAME AND THE CANOPY
1
Align the casing and the
canopy in the same direction.
Fasten the roll bar of the
canopy to the casing by
pressing each end piece into
each of the four holes, one in
each corner of the casing.
Lock the roll bar in place with
“C” lock pins as shown in the
insert.
2
Lift the front part of the canopy
slightly. Grip the handle on top
of the rear part of the canopy
frame, and pull it fully back. Be
careful not to injure your
fingers.
3
Close the zip as shown in the
picture.
The rear part of the canopy
frame should now
automatically attach to the
front part on the top.
Push the handle you pulled
down to secure the release
buttons. When the canopy
frame is locked, both front and
rear parts should be
completely immobile.
4
Press the rear part of the
canopy down and under the
edge of the plastic casing, so
that the canopy is securely
fastened under the casing.
Press the front part of the
canopy down and under the
edge of the plastic casing, so
that the canopy is securely
fastened under the casing.
Using both hands, pull the
middle part of the canopy
down and under the edge of
the casing. Canopy should
now be well secured under the
casing.
5
Attach the front and rear
corners of the side panels with
Velcro fasteners. These are
attached to the bottom of the
front and rear panels.
NOTE
The side panels can be very
taut when used for the first
time but will stretch over time.
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WARNING
Always ensure that the cart has good ventilation. Child not having enough air can have serious
consequences.
WARNING
Air flap on the rear of the canopy MUST be open when rain cover is used.
WARNING
Always ensure that the roll bar is properly fastened to the casing.
WARNING
Be careful not to injure your fingers.
WARNING
Ensure that the frame is locked.
LED LIGHT
1
The LED light is attached to
the small loop on the rear of
the canopy.
Remember to buy and install
batteries before use.
WARNING
The LED light must always be used when the cart is used as a bicycle trailer.
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ATTACHING THE WHEEL PROTECTORS
1
Place the wheel protectors
over the two screws on the
side frame of the cart.
Press down on the screws and
push the wheel protector back
until a spring (a metal tip)
engages with the hole in the
middle of the wheel protector.
Repeat this on the other side
of the cart.
WARNING
Wheel protectors must always be used when the cart is used as a bicycle trailer.
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MOUNTING THE SEAT
2
1
Attach the support block under
the seat. The block is fastened
with Velcro to the plate under
the seat base.
3
Stand in front of the casing.
Place the base of the seat to
the rear edge of the casing.
Insert the plastic brackets in
the grooves on the aluminium
rails, and lock the seat in the
desired position.
Lift up the springs on the left
and the right side of the seat
base to move the seat to
another position.
4
Straps for attaching the
seatback. Take the upper
straps on the seatback and
bring them over the top tube of
the rear roll bar. Then bring
the lower straps on the
seatback under the bottom
tube of the roll bar. Fasten the
buckles. Pull straps until the
seatback is tightly secured.
Adjusting the seatback:
Rest position – adjust the
straps to the desired position.
The base of the seat must also
be pushed to the desired
position)
Recumbent – Three straps
around only the bottom
tube.
WARNING
The seat must always be in the upright position when the cart is used as a bicycle trailer or when used
with speeds over normal walking speed (4 km/h). This is because in the case of accident, the seatback
provides best protection in the upright position.
WARNING
Remember to fasten the seat correctly and tighten the straps securely. This gives the child the best
safety and protection.
WARNING
Always ensure that the base of the seat is securely locked in one of the three possible positions.
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SAFETY HARNESS
WARNING - Children must always be secured with the harness as shown (shoulder harness and hip belt = correct safety
harness) when the Explorer is used. When the cart is used as a bicycle trailer, it should be used only by children old enough to
use a bicycle helmet and who can sit without support. The children must have strong enough neck muscles to hold their head
upright themselves.
One child
Detach the buckles on the shoulder harness from the seatback. Set one shoulder harness
aside. Remove one headrest, and attach the other to the two middle Velcro attachments.
Adjust to child’s height. Place the child in the seat. Pull the harness “between the legs” up and
attach it to the shoulder harness.
Place the shoulder harness on each side of the child’s neck/throat. Attach shoulder harness to
the two middle buckles in the seatback.
Tighten until the shoulder straps are well secured around the child. Adjust pads on the
shoulder straps so that the buckles do not touch the child’s neck/throat.
Attach hip belt across the child as shown, and tighten securely.
Use bands on the shoulder harness and hip harness to secure loose strap ends.
Two children
Detach the buckles on the shoulder straps from the seatback. Place the children in the seat.
Adjust headrests for each child.
Pull the harnesses “between the legs” up and attach them to the shoulder harnesses.
Thread shoulder harnesses on each side of each child’s neck/throat.
Attach shoulder harnesses to the buckles in the seatback.
Tighten until the shoulder straps are well secured around both children.
Adjust pads on the shoulder straps so that the buckles do not touch the children’s neck/throat.
Attach hip belt across the child as shown, and tighten securely.
Use bands on the shoulder harness and hip harness to secure loose strap ends.
After the safety harness has been adjusted once, it is quite easy to use later on.
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FUNCTIONS
FINE DETAILS
Side sunshade
Roll the shade up and place it
under the upper edge of the
side canopy.
Secure it with Velcro.
Front sunshade, mosquito
net and window
Front sunshade, mosquito
net and window:
Pull the zip up on both sides.
Roll the part(s) up and place
them in the pocket on top of
the canopy.
Secure it with Velcro.
Handlebar
The handlebar can be
adjusted to any positions
desired by pressing in the
round plastic buttons on each
side of the handlebar and
rotating it in the desired
position.
The safety strap is attached to
the handlebar when it is not in
use.
FOLDING THE CART
1
Set the seat in recumbent
position by detaching the
straps in the seatback.
Open the vertical zips, one on
each side.
2
Lift the overlapping pieces of
fabric on top of the canopy.
Lift the safety lock (handlebar)
up. Press the release buttons
together.
3
Push the rear part of the
canopy down and under the
front part of the canopy.
4
Collapse the handlebar.
Detach bicycle fork and place
it under the seat. Detach
wheels and place them on the
seat.
WARNING
Be careful not to injure your fingers.
ATTENTION
Roll up the window, sunshade and mosquito net to avoid damage.
WARNING
Mind that the axle bolts do not damage the seat or the canopy.
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PARKING BRAKE
4
1
2
The parking brake is placed in
the rear end of the cart.
Activate the parking brake by
depressing the foot lever as
shown in the picture.
3
Deactivate the parking brake
by lifting the foot lever up
again.
WARNING
Never leave the cart on an incline. The cart must always be parked on a flat surface. Never leave
children in the cart unattended.
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CONVERSIONS
STROLLER
1
2
Press and hold the button on
the top of the attachment
bracket to attach or detach the
caster.
Store the caster in a net bag
behind the seat when not in
use.
Press the black button on the
end of the axle bolt with your
thumb. Insert the bolt in the
frame.
3
4
Remember to use the safety
strap when pushing the cart.
Release the button as you
push the wheel in until you
hear the axle bolt clicking in
place.
WARNING
Pull on the wheel to ensure it is securely locked in place.
WARNING
Always use the safety strap when the cart is used as a stroller.
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BICYCLE TRAILER
1
2
3
Pull the locking pin (a big,
spring loaded locking pin) on
the left side (in the direction of
travel) and insert the bicycle
arm. Release the locking pin
and push the tube in until it
clicks in place.
After the bicycle arm is set in
the correct position, attach the
carbine hook on the safety
cable to the red loop on the
cart.
Detach rear axle bolt from hub
on the bicycle. ATTENTION:
Be careful not to lose any
small parts or springs.
If your bicycle has a thick axle,
the nut must be unfastened.
Place the bicycle attachment
over the axle bolt and attach it
back to the hub exactly as you
detached it. If the axle is thick,
the nut is attached over the
bicycle attachment. NOTE the
bicycle attachment should
stick out from the bicycle.
5
6
A flag must always be used
when using the Explorer as a
bicycle trailer.
Attach the two flagpoles
together, and insert in the
long, narrow pouch on the left
canopy panel.
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Insert the tip of the bicycle arm
into the bicycle attachment.
Lock the bicycle attachment
securely to the arm with a U
locking pin.
Thread the safety cable
around the bicycle frame
(behind the fork) and back,
and secure the hook on the
cable. Tighten the cable while
the plastic sleeve on the arm
is placed towards the casing,
and lock the cable by moving
the plastic sleeve towards the
bend on the bicycle arm (DO
NOT USE FORCE)
For better shock
damping, a little lower air
pressure can be used.
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WARNING
Tighten the fixed quick release around bicycle arm securely (to avoid possible noise and wear).
WARNING
The tip of the locking pin is red and should stick out about 3 mm from the side of the frame. The red tip must be clearly visible,
indicating that the bicycle arm is locked securely.
WARNING
Before use, always ensure that the safety cable is attached and secured properly.
WARNING
Tighten axle bolt on your bicycle securely with the quick release or a tool.
WARNING
Ensure that the ring on the “U” lock pin is threaded around the tip of the bicycle arm.
WARNING
Tighten safety cable securely.
WARNING
Ensure that loose parts cannot come in contact with the bicycle wheel. Ensure that the bicycle
attachment is properly attached to the bicycle and that the bicycle arm is properly attached to that
attachment. Remember to check this every time you use the bicycle trailer.
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JOGGER (SOLD SEPARATELY)
1
2
3
4
If the direction of the jogger
wheel needs adjusting, it can
be accomplished using a wing
nut on the jogger fork.
Loosen the jogger wheel by
opening the quick release and
adjust as needed with the wing
nut. Attach the quick release
securely.
Pull one of the “snap-lock” lock
pins out so that the end piece
of the jogger fork can be
inserted in the aluminium
frame of the cart. NOTE:
Grooves for attaching the
wheel should point
downwards.
Repeat on the other side.
The wheel is attached to the
jogger fork after it is attached
to the cart. Loosen the screw
on the axle bolt of the wheel
so that the wheel can easily be
inserted in the grooves on the
jogger fork.
If the rolling resistance of the
wheel needs to be adjusted,
this can normally be
accomplished by loosening the
nuts on each side of the
wheel’s axle bolt. See the
picture. There are three nuts
on each side of the wheel. The
two inner nuts are loosened
slightly, enough for the wheel
to spin easily. Then “lock” the
inner nut by tightening the
outer of the two nuts against
the inner nut.
5
6
7
Remember to use the safety
strap when pushing the cart.
Press the black button on the
end of the axle bolt with your
thumb. Insert the bolt in the
frame.
Release the button as you
push the wheel in until you
hear the axle bolt clicking in
place.
WARNING
Ensure that the tips on the “snap-lock” locking pins (red tip) are visible on the outside of the aluminium frame on the cart. This
ensures that the jogger fork is securely attached to the cart.
WARNING
Always use the safety strap when the cart is used as a jogger.
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SLED/HIKING CART (SOLD SEPARATELY)
1
2
3
4
Press and hold the black push
button on the ski bolt and
insert the bolt through the hole
in the ski bracket.
Press and hold the black push
button as you insert the bolt in
the cart.
Release the black push button
when the bolt is fully inserted,
the ski bracket should now be
firmly attached to the cart.
Pull on the ski bracket to
ensure the bracket is securely
attached to the cart. Repeat
on the other side.
6
7
8
5
PULL ARMS:
Insert the bent tube in one of
the openings in the front.
Repeat the procedure on the
opposite side.
9
Insert the nylon end piece with
a hook in the straight tube.
Repeat on the other side.
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Insert the straight tube in the
bent one. Repeat the
procedure on the opposite
side.
10
Lock it with the included
Velcro pin. Repeat on the
other side.
Choose from the 3 different
lengths as required. When
used as a sled, the longest
length is recommended.
11
Wear the harness with the
logo on the back. Adjust the
length of the shoulder straps,
both front and back, until the
belt is on the hips.
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Lock the tube with the
included Velcro pin. Repeat
the procedure on the opposite
side.
12
Attach the pull arm to the
harness by attaching the
carbine hook in the O-ring on
the hip belt. Repeat on the
other side.
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14
Straps for children’s skis/ski
poles
There are 4 ventilation holes in
the edge of the bottom casing.
Choose two and thread the
straps through them.
15
16
The straps are now attached
as shown in the picture.
Reduce snow friction
by applying glide wax on the
bottom of the skis. You can
use liquid glide wax which is
easier to apply. Polish
afterwards with cork.
WARNING
Straps for skis/ski poles must not be used with wheels.
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MAINTENANCE
Your Explorer is virtually maintenance-free. If the canopy or the seat needs cleaning, you can remove them from the casing and
wash them with cold water. All metal parts are made of aluminium, stainless steel, chromed and/or zinc plated steel. Follow
these simple maintenance instructions and your Explorer will stay pretty for years to come:
Wheels: Wash regularly and grease axle bolts.
Check the bicycle attachment, the hydraulic hose and the bicycle arm for wear and damage. Replace immediately if
damage or significant wear is visible. Ensure always that straps or other lose parts cannot become entangled in the wheel.
Canopy: If cleaning is needed, wash with mild soap and cold water. Do not use strong detergents. Tears and holes in the
canopy can be dangerous to children and should be repaired immediately. The canopy should not be stored long-term in direct
sunlight. We recommend taking the cart apart, packing all the parts in the casing and covering the casing with a storage cover
(sold separately). The Explorer has a removable canopy which glides on aluminium tracks. This makes cleaning of the canopy
easier.
Seat cover / seat cushions Wash with mild soap and water. Do not use a drier.
WARRANTY
NordicCab AS grants 1-year warranty for defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty does not cover external ripping of
fabric covers.
NordicCab AS or an authorised Explorer reseller are obligated to repair or replace a part faulty due manufacturing defect (with
the exception of the tires) for one year after the original date of purchase.
One-year warranty, as mentioned above, applies only as long as Explorer is used in a normal manner and in accordance with
the instructions and the user manual. The warranty includes only Explorer owners who present the original receipt from an
authorised Explorer reseller or NordicCab AS.
No other verbal agreement, warranty, conditions, or other, shall apply to this agreement. This warranty does not apply if:
The Explorer is misused, modified, damaged intentionally, rented out or neglected.
NordicCab AS grants warranty of 10 years on the frame. Warranty on the frame covers defects and flaws on the frame itself for
10 years from the date of purchase. The warranty on the frame applies only as long as the Explorer is used in a normal manner
and in accordance with the instructions in the user manual.
SPECIFICATIONS
W x L x H cm
FOLDED (without wheels)
61 x 90 x 39
OPENED (with wheels)
79 x 90 x 107
WEIGHT (without pull bar)
14 kg
ELBOW WIDTH
30 cm
HEIGHT (from seat to top)
71 cm
AGE
Up to 5 years
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