owners manual

owners manual
POWER ASSISTED BICYCLES
OWNERS MANUAL
CONTENTS
WE HAVE INCLUDED
A ‘BICYCLE OWNER’S
MANUAL’
WHICH YOU SHOULD
REFER TO FOR ALL
GENERAL CYCLE
MAINTENANCE.
Page. 3 Page. 3-4 Page. 5 Page. 6 Page. 6 Page.7
Page. 7 Page. 7 Page. 8 Page. 8/9 Page. 9 Page. 10
PAge. 11
Page. 11 Unpacking.
Easy steps to get started.
General Assembly Instructions
Handlebars,
Tightening pedals onto Crank,
Gears
Tyres
Battery power
Inspection
Battery Type information
Charging.
Maintenance
Simple Troubleshooting
Warranty
PLEASE NOTE:
If you do not feel that you can complete the assembly or any of
the routine maintenance of this bike , please take to your local
bicycle workshop where we are they will be able to assist you.
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Unpacking Instructions
Remove all packaging materials and dispose of it in a responsible manner.
Once you have removed all materials it is a good idea to check over the bike to
make sure that the bike has not been damaged in transit.
Your bike comes 99% assembled and only requires you to unfold the pedals,
unfold the handlebars, and insert the saddle, and your ready to begin adjusting
the handlebar height and saddle height to suit your riding position.
Getting Started.
1. Unfold the bike (if folding type) . This is explained on page 5/6
2. Ensure the pedals are unfolded ( if foldable pedals used ).
This is achieved by rotating the folded pedal until it snaps back into the riding
position. (Fig.1)
3. Insert the saddle/seatpost assembly and adjust the saddle so it is at the
correct height for your body frame. This can be done by undoing the quick release
mechanism (see fig. 2) and sliding the seat post up or down the seat tube. Please
ensure the fastener is tightened back up once the correct position has been
found. Be sure not to raise the seatpost higher than the minimum insertion mark.
4. The handlebar height can be adjusted by releasing the quick release clip,
adjust to required height and simply retightening.
Ensure you tighten properly. (fig 6.)
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Enclosed will be a few of the tools you will
need in a handy bag.
Within the carton you will also find
the battery charger for your bike
Getting Started. (cont.)
5. Switch on the Battery with Key, button or switch ( see
‘ Battery’ section. You may also need to switch ‘ON’ the
ON/OFF switch or ‘ON’ button on the Module on the
handlebars.
Fig.1
Fig.2
Fig.4
Fig.5
Fig.3a
Fig.6
6. To start, simply begin to pedal. Once the crank is turning you will feel the
motor kick in and your electric system begin to assist you.
7. When using the 3 level module, first select the level of assist you require
(see fig. 4). Please be aware that riding constantly in the high (“H”) level
of assist will reduce the range of the battery.
8. Please be aware that this bike is a “pedalec” cycle and as such requires
the rider to be pedaling before any assistance will be given by the motor.
9. Once riding the conventional 6 speed gear shift can be used by thumb
shifting up with simple release button to drop back down. (see fig. 5).
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General Assembly Instructions.
• Remove all packaging materials from the bike.
• Lift locking pin and join the hinge tightly together. Fold the main
frame hinge so the bicycle comes together at full length.
( for folding frame ). Note this may be done already depending on
how it is packaged.
• Release locking pin so pin drops firmly into the hinge assembly.
• Now lift the quick release lever into the v slot (As shown)
and close ensuring the lever is locked down firmly.
• This is critical to ensure the safe operation of the bicycle.
• Lift the handle bar to the upright position to lift the locking clip arm to
lock it place. Again this needs to be checked
for complete firmness and accuracy. (As shown on page 6)
• Ensure when adjusting the saddle it is not raised higher than the
minimum insertion point clearly marked on the seatpost.
• Check and re check for tightness.
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Alignment of handle bars
Install Pedals and tighten onto
Cranks.
• Folding Handlebars
Use a small amount of axel grease on
shaft before installing. Ensure you clearly
identify Right and Left pedals via the R or
L stamped on the end of the pedal shaft.
Screw pedal in clockwise. Tighten with
pedal spanner or 15mm spanner.
Remember bicycle pedals tighten in a
clock wise direction.
• The handle bar assembly comes fully
complete and requires you only to lift
the bar and lock into place. To drop the
handlebar down for transport of
storage simply release the clip using
the locking button.
• Check and re-check for firmness.
• If required the handlebar can be
adjusted by releasing the 2 allen key
bolts, remember to re-tighten evenly.
To fold pedals push the
pedal from outside
towards bike and fold.
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Gear adjustments
• PLEASE SEE
‘Bicycle Owner’s Manual’
• If you do not feel confident setting
gears is recommended you take to a
bicycle workshop for assistance.
• Lube chain and sprockets
regularly with a Teflon based chain
lube.
Tyre Inflation
Inflate Tyres to correct PSI (pressure) as
specified on side of tyres and maintain
ongoing by checking once per week.
Correct tyre pressure is critical to the
performance of the bike.
Tyre specifications are molded into the
tyre wall.
Battery Power
Your e.bike is designed to be power
assisted by connection to a Lithium
battery power source however, it can
also be riden as a normal bike in (Human
mode).
Power
This e.bikes is power assisted by a 36V
battery. Ensure no other plug is ever
connected to the main battery slot other
than that supplied with your bike.
Turn on the power as directed on page 4.
Power assist, max speed 15.5mph.
Applying the breaks or stopping peddling
cuts the power to the motor.
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Power indication
There are a series of LED lights either on
the battery shell, on the Module on the
handlebars, or both, indicating the power
levels. Several green LED’s and One Red
LED light means fully charged, the green
LED’s will go out in sequence as the power
is drained, charging required when the
greens LED’s go out leaving only the red
LED lit.
A 6 hour charge should enable you to
gain power assist for a distance of around
50km ( 30miles)
BATTERY styles used in our
range of models
Inspection required before riding:
1. Check tyre pressure and tyre wear.
2. Check brake pads for wear and replace
in necessary.
3. Check Brakes for alignment of front
pads and wear.
4. Check the tightness of chain.
5. Check the gear function.
6. Check tightness of all Quick-release
fittings.
7. Check pedal tightness on crank.
8. Check the power indication via Charge
light on battery and / or module
9. Check the tightness of saddle.
Please ensure that if you intend riding at night
you have fitted apropriate lights, and checked
they are working. Your bike has a front light
but you will need to purchase a rear light.
Sections on Riding safety is fully explained in
the ‘Bicycle Owner’s Manual’ reading the
manual will keep your e.bike in good order
and aid your safe riding for many years to
come.
1. Press button release
A. Rear seatpost fixed style
2. Fold saddle
up and over
Power 36V 8Ah
3. Lift handle on
battery and
pull to
withdrawn
4. Reverse action to replace battery,
click saddle down to lock in place.
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This battery is locked in position and also
switched on by a key. It can be charged
on the bike or can be easily removed for
security and charged indoors.
The photo shows the charging point with
the flick cover slid open.
Charging
Charging. The bike arrives partially
charged. Follow charging instructions
provided with the charger carefully.
B. Rear carrier fixed style
Power 36V 10Ah
This battery is locked in position by a key.
It can be charged on the bike or can be
easily removed for security and charged
indoors.
1. Plug the charger into the mains and
the LED light on the charger
illuminates green.
2. Connect the charger to the battery
and the LED light changes to red.
This indicates it is charging.
3. Once fully charged the LED on the
charger switches back to green.
This indicates the battery is fully
charged.
• Check AC voltage is set to 220/240v.
Never use on 110v setting.
• Do not drop the charger as it has
sensitive electronics inside and
damage may result.
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• Do not cover with any material or
substance that may restrict airflow into
charger. The charger need to “Breath”
and be kept cool.
• Charging your bike each time you use it
no matter how far the trip will prolong
the life of the battery.
• Remember that charging the bike each
time you use it will ensure longer life of
the battery.
• DO NOT leave the battery discharged
for long periods.
This will damage the battery!
• Charge only in a cool well ventilated
area. Never cover charger.
• Never open the charger or change
settings on charger.
Maintenance
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wipe the bike with a dry cloth, or neutral detergent.
Use lubricating oil for metal parts.
Wipe the plastics, paint coating part with dishcloth.
Increase the frequency of lubricating oil at wet and humid areas
(Recommend 30SAE lubricating oil).
6 Week Inspection
It is recommended that after this period you should inspect your bike
as things will slacken off and need re-tightening.
Every 6 Months
PLEASE NOTE:
It is ok to oil front and rear axles and
chain. The Motor should not be
lubricated.
It is recommended that every six months you complete a full service
on your bike to keep it in excellent working order.
When stored and not in use remove the Battery and store in a cool,
dry place, charging periodically as the battery will discharge over
time of none use.
Failure to do this will result in the battery falling into a dormant
state rendering the battery unrepairable.
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Warranty
Simple Troubleshooting
Driving system
Problem
Check
A
ction
Low speed
Battery power
tyre pressure
Is tyre flat
Load
Charging
inflate tyre
Repair the tyre
Do not overload
The motor is not
working
Every plug
Ensure every plug is
connected
Power indicator
light does not
shine
If the situation
does not improved,
please contact with
the dealer.
Power indication of
battery is on, but
the bike doesn’t
work.
Loose wiring or
connection.
Check wiring and
connections,
particularly brake
connections,
please contact with
the dealer.
Reduced battery
performance
Is the battery
fully charged?
if NOT, Charge fully.
Charger not giving
full charge.
Check the light on
charge remains
RED during
charging period?
Low Battery power
Charger works
correctly?
If NOT, replace charger
Replace Battery.
Subject to the following provisions, Ideal World warrants that the goods
will correspond with their specification at the time of purchase and will
be free from defects in material and workmanship.
Ideal World offers a 3 year warranty on the frame for any problems
relating to manufacturer workmanship or arising from material defects
including breakages or cracking caused while riding (other than rider
misuse).
Ideal World offers 12 month warranty on the battery for any problems
relating to manufacturers workmanship or arising from
material defects. The warranty does not cover misuse or failure to
follow the manufacturer’s operational instructions correctly.
All other components are guaranteed for 1 year for problems related
to manufacturer workmanship or arising from material defects with the
exception of consumable components for example brake blocks, pads,
tyres and tubes.
Ideal World offers this warranty to the original purchaser of the
product. This warranty is not transferable to a third party.
PLEASE NOTE:
Any figures quoted regarding battery performance or distances which can be
obtained per single charge are based on standard test conditions. Diverse terrain
and rider weight will of course produce varying results from those stated
If unsure on any of these points, or you fail to correct the problem, we
would advise you to seek assistance from your local e.bike specialist.
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POWER ASSISTED BICYCLES
Distributed in the uk by
Ideal World
Ideal Home House,
Newark Road,
Peterborough,
PE1 5WG
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing an e•life electric folding bike, on which
we hope you’ll enjoy many miles of carefree cycling.
POWER ASSISTED BICYCLES
Please remember a few key points before you begin any journey:The battery on your bike has some charge already in it that will
allow you to try it out straight from the box, however we would
advise that you give the battery a full charge to gain the maximum
benefit from your new e•bike.
Before every trip it takes only a few minutes to check that
everything is tightened , seat clamp , handlebars, frame and pedals,
checking too that your tyres are fully inflated.
This ensures that every trip can be enjoyed to the full.
If you have any technical questions please call us 8.30 am till
5pm Monday to Friday. There is an answer machine should we
not be available or your call is out of hours, but be assured we will
return your call within 24 hours.
We welcome you to the world of e•life cycling....now go and enjoy it.
Call our
Technical helpline:
07342 262919
(standard call rate charge)
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