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Amico
Elegance
Prato
Advanced
Famoso
Primo
Alluminio
Fusione
Primo-Heinzmann
Ally
Grazia
Primo-Quad
Bene
Lesto
Proven
Capo
Merano
Robusto Deluxe
Classic
Mobile
Robusto Standard
Collettivo
Napoli
Scootertrike
Comfort
Pfautomatic
Special
Compagno
Picco
Unione
Deutsch
England
Nederland
France
Welcome!
We would like to congratulate you on the purchase of your PFAU-Tec trike.
Please read and comply with the following instructions carefully to ensure
your long-term enjoyment of our vehicle.
Trike maintenance
Before each use
(by the owner):
• Check and if needed tighten all screws and nuts,
and the quick releases of the wheels.
• Check handlebar and handlebar stem for any damage and have these replaced where needed.
• Check brake assembly for proper function and adjust as needed.
ance, check the condition of hand lever, cable pulleys, brake lever and brake lining; adjust or replace
as needed. Lubricate joints and bearing points. Replace twisted or nicked cable strands.
• Check rims for radial and lateral run-out. Check and
adjust spoke tension as needed.
• Check the tire tread.
• Check the lighting system.
• Check and lubricate rear wheel brake hub as needed.
• Check tire pressure in compliance with the max.
pressure value provided on the tires.
• Check all screw connections for proper seating and
suspension elements for clearance.
• Check the tire tread.
• Check all screw connections on suspension forks for
proper seating and suspension elements for clearance.
• Check the lighting system.
• Check the grips on the handlebars for proper seating and wear.
• Check the screw connections of the suspension
for proper seating, and the suspension fork for
proper function and clearance at the bearing points.
• Check frame and fork for any damage and replace
as needed.
As needed by the owner:
• Check and where necessary adjust chain tension, and
clean and lubricate chain.
Monthly (by the owner)
• Check chain for wear, lubricate or replace as needed.
• Check the steering head - if necessary, have it relubricated and adjusted by an authorised workshop.
• Check pedal bearing mounting and repair as needed.
• Check and oil cable pulleys. Ensure that cables are
not twisted. Do not oil Teflon-covered cable sleeves.
• Check and where necessary adjust chain tension, and
clean and lubricate chain. Check and adjust rear
wheel track where necessary.
• Check pedal clearance.
• Check hub gear settings.
• Check handlebar and handlebar stem for any damage and replace as needed.
• Check brake assembly for proper function and adjust as needed.
• Check the tire pressure and tread.
As needed, but at least once a year
(by authorised garage)
• Check bottom brackets and lubricate as needed.
• Lubricate pedal bearing, check and adjust bearing
clearance (or replace) as needed.
• Check and adjust hub gear as needed.
• Check steering head bearing and lubricate and adjust as needed.
• Check handlebar and handlebar stem for any damage and replace as needed.
• Check the lighting system.
Inspection
The first inspection should be carried out after approx.
500 km. Work out a suitable maintenance schedule
with your authorised dealer.
Note:
You will find a maintenance task table for future
maintenance/inspection dates in the appendix of this
manual.
• Check brake system for proper function and adjust
as needed. In case of diminished brake perform-
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Proper maintenance of the trike
The trike must undergo periodic maintenance to ensure its proper function and optimised appearance.
Please note the following important points:
• Periodic maintenance carried out by specialists will
ensure the conservation of the trike’s value. The following steps will help prevent corrosion and other
damage:
• Never attempt to remove dried in dirt. Always use
water and a soft cloth or sponge. Do not clean the
trike with a power washer, as this could lead to
damage to bearings, paint or decor.
• Never use any aggessive cleaning additives.
• Always touch up any damage to the paint immediately.
• Treat corrodable parts with appropriate conservation and care products.
• Store your trike in a dry location, where temperatures remain constant.
• Check the tire pressure before long-term storage,
and adjust the tire pressure as needed to comply
with the value recommended by the manufacturer.
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Content
1. General information
1.1 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
2. Before you take your trike on the road
2.1 Pretrip checks & inspections . . . . . . . . . 45
2.2 Checks as you get going . . . . . . . . . . . 45
2.3 Assembly and disassembly of the frame . . 46
2.4 Screws & nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
2.5 Brakes & brake pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
2.6 Saddle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
2.7 Handlebars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
2.8 Pedals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
2.9 Tire pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
2.10 Adjusting the suspension . . . . . . . . . 47
2.11 Lighting system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
2.12 Adjusting the headlamp . . . . . . . . . . 48
2.13 Activating & deactivating the
dynamo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
2.14 Gear system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
2.15 Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
2.15.1 Chain tension in tandems . . . . . . . 49
2.16 Initial test drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
2.17 Special instructions/
ScooterTrike characteristics . . . . . . . . 49
2.17.1 ScooterTrike seating position . . . . . 49
2.17.2 ScooterTrike handlebar position . . . 51
2.17.3 Special features of the ScooterTrike 51
2.17.4 Starting and the first meters . . . . . 52
2.17.5 ScooterTrike reverse option . . . . . . 52
2.17.6 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
2.18 Special instructions/
Tandem characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . 52
2.18.1 Steering system/steering position . . 52
2.18.2 The first meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
2.18.3 Special driving characteristics . . . . . 53
3.4.5 Replacing/adjusting the brake pads . . 55
3.5 Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
3.6 Front wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
3.6.1 Attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
3.6.2 Bearing clearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
3.7 Rear wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
3.8 Pedal crank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
3.9 Lighting system components . . . . . . . 57
3.10 Dynamo setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
4. Intended use
4.1 Load specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
4.2 Street trikes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
4.3 Tips on environmental protection . . . . 57
4.4 Tips for your safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
4.5 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
4.6 Road traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
4.7 Liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
4.8 Warranty information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
5. The power assist system
5.1 Basic information on power assist
systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Appendix
Exploded drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 - 71
handover protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Maintenance log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Bicycle passport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . 75 - 77
3. Care & maintenance
3.1 Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
3.2 Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
3.3 Spokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
3.4 Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
3.4.1 Special safety instructions . . . . . . . . 54
3.4.2 Adjusting and loosening the
brake lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
3.4.3 Adjusting the brake pads . . . . . . . . . 54
3.4.4 Brakes & brake pad adjustment . . . . 54
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General information
Dear customer,
this brand name trike was an excellent choice. We have carefully packaged your trike, so that you will receive
it in perfect condition. Nevertheless, please do check your trike thoroughly for any damage.
1.1 Safety instructions
In these assembly and operating instructions, all sections containing safety warnings are highlighted with a
shaded background. Make sure to pass on these instructions to any other user as well.
The following table lists the max. load specifications for individual models:
Model Amico (12", 16")
Model Amico (20", 24", 26")
Model Advanced
Model Ally
Model Aluminio
Model Bene
Model Capo
Model Classic
Model Collettivo
Model Comfort
Model Compagno
Model Elegance
Model Famoso
Model Fusione
Model Grazia
Model Lesto 12"
Model Lesto 16"
Model Lesto 20"
Model Merano
Model Mobile
Model Napoli
Model Pfautomatic
Model Picco
Model Prato
Model Primo
Model Primo-Heinzmann
Model Primo-Quad
Model Proven
Model Robusto Deluxe
Model Robusto Standard
Model Scootertrike
Model Special
Model Unione
Max. load capacity (kg)
Max. luggage load (kg)
50 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
rear 100 kg, front 60 kg
100 kg
rear 80 kg, front 80 kg
100 kg
50 kg
rear 80 kg, front 80 kg
120 kg
40 kg
50 kg
70 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
50 kg
160 kg
100 kg
100 kg
160 kg
100 kg
120 kg
120 kg
100 kg
100 kg
rear 80 kg, front 80 kg
5 kg
10 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
10 kg
20 kg
10 kg
20 kg
5 kg
10 kg
25 kg
10 kg
10 kg
10 kg
20 kg
10 kg
20 kg
20 kg
5 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
20 kg
25 kg
25 kg
20 kg
20 kg
10 kg
The same information is also shown on the seat frame tubing of each model!
This vehicle is intended for use on level, solid surfaces only!
The package leaflet and additional sheets are part of the operating instructions!
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Before you take your trike on the road
2. Before you take your trike on the road j. Fixture of moving parts
Check all essential systems before you take your
trike on the road.
2.1 Pretrip checks & inspections
The following points are of special importance for
your pretrip check:
a. Rigidity of the handlebars
Turn and rattle the handlebars to ensure their proper
seating. Check the proper alignment of the handlebars with the front wheel. Any loose parts must be
tightened.
b. Function of the bell
Check the function and sound of the bell.
c. Brake lever tension
Pull the front wheel and rear wheel brake and ensure
that the brake pads touch the wheel rim with 50% of
full lever tension.
d. Saddle & handlebar height
With the saddle at its correct height, you will be able
to touch the ground with your toes. The handlebars
are at the correct height, when you grab them with
lightly angled elbows from a seated position.
e. Attaching the luggage rack
Ensure the proper seating of the luggage rack.
f. Cleanliness of reflector and tail light
Check reflectors and tail lights, clean off any dirt. Replace
part in case of any damage. (Ask your authorised dealer).
g. Axle fitting
Check front and rear wheels for correct attachment
and concentricity, tighten as needed.
h. Tire pressure, wear and condition
Ensure correct tire pressure. Incorrect
tire pressure can cause punctures or wobbling. Check
the tires for wear and for any foreign bodies in the
tread. See the tire inscription for max. tire pressure.
Otherwise ask your authorised dealer.
(e.g. pedals)
Ensure that all moving parts, like pedals, are properly attached and can turn freely. Tighten any loose
screws.
k. Proper seating of the saddle height adjustment
lever
Ensure the proper seating of the saddle height
adjustment lever.
l. Battery charge in electric bicyles
Turn the main contactor to the ON position and check
the battery charge indicators.
m. Proper seating of the battery in electric bicycles
Ensure the correct and proper seating of the battery.
2.2 Checks as you get going
n. Gear system function
Contact your authorised dealer immediately if the
gear system is stiff or not functioning at all.
o. Function and alignment of the head lamp
Check if the beam of the head lamp illuminates a
circular section of the road at distance of 10 m. A
malfunction of the head lamp could be caused by a
burned out bulb. Replace the bulb with a new bulb of
the same type (activate/deactivate the dynamo only
when the wheel is standing still).
p. Function of the power assist system in electric
bicycles
Check the power assist system for proper function at
the start of your drive. Stop immediately and contact
your authorised dealer if you hear any unusual noises,
see any smoke or smell any unusual odours coming
from the system.
Warning
The power assist system consists of high-precision
components.
Never attempt to remove the cover or dissassemble
the system yourself. Always contact your authorised
dealer in case of faults or queries.
i. Chain slack
Check for proper chain slack (the chain should have
about 10 to 25 mm slack in the middle). If the chain is
too slack, it can jump out of its track, which too little
slack could lead to the chain breaking.
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Before you take your trike on the road
recommend to always check the proper seating of all
screws and nuts.
2.5 Brakes
Fig.1a
Fig.1b
Models: Bene, Capo, Primo and Primo-Quad
2.3 Assembly and disassembly of the frame
The frame can be dissasembled for easy transport of
the trike. (That does not apply for the models: Amico,
Lesto, Proven, ScooterTrike Grazia, Merano, Prato,
Napoli, Primo-Heinzmann and for all tandem versions!)
You must first disconnect the shift cable from the gear
hub (Fig. 1-C) and pull out the plug on the lighting
cable (Fig. 1-D). Loosen the two knurled nuts (Fig. 1-A)
and the two star grip nuts (Fig. 1-B) with at least 4
revolutions, until the nut thread no longer holds the
latch. Now move the frontal frame and pull the latch
off the shaft. (The front wheels of the models Bene,
Capo, Primo and Primo-Quad, Primo-Heinzmann and
Prato can be removed by pushing the button located in
the wheel hub.)
To restore the frame to drive-readiness, push the latch
back over the shaft until the correct position for screwing
on the start grip nut is reached. Turn the star grip nuts
(Fig.1-B) until the thread grips the latch and tighten
the knurled nuts (Fig. 1-A); connect the lighting cable
plug (Fig. 1-D), and the gear shift cable (Fig. 1-C) to
the gear hub.
2.4 Screws & nuts
All screws and nuts must sit tightly! Your trike was
assembled with utmost care, nevertheless, we do
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The brakes must be properly aligned!
It is critically important for your safety that the brakes
always function flawlessly. Familiarise yourself with
the position of the hand brake lever in terms of its
effect on the front wheel/s.
Make sure to check the brakes before each trip. Your
first attention must be to the correct attachment of
the brake. For rim brakes, the brake surfaces of the
rims must be cleaned with an appropriate medium
(dry cloth) before use to ensure that any residual
preservative is removed. Check the correct alignment
of the brake pads on the rim edges. Separate operating
instructions will be supplied for drum brakes. The
brakes must then be checked at walking speed.
Aligning the brake pads
Adjust the alignment if the brake pads are not flush
with the rim edge. The brake pads on front trikes
must be set in a way that both front brakes function
evenly. (See also Section “Maintenance”)
2.6 Saddle
If the saddle is included in the scope of delivery, position it on the saddle bar (Fig. 2-C) and attach it by
tightening the nut (Fig. 2-A). In the models Deluxe,
Spezial and Primo, the suspension saddle bars must
be adjusted to the user’s body weight by turning the
adjustment screw in the support bar.
Adjusting saddle height
The saddle height is adjusted correctly if the user’s
foot is resting flat on the pedal at its lowest point, and
the leg is not fully straightened. For proper adjustment, loosen the nut or the quick release lever (Fig. 2B) and move the saddle into its correct position by
slightly twisting it to the right and left. Retighten the
nut or quick release lever.
Danger!
• An insufficiently locked quick release lever can
reopen. The saddle could therefore move uncontrollably during travel, which could result in a serious
accident.
• The lenght of the saddle support must remain at
least 55 mm inside the saddle bar. The minimum insertion depth marker on the saddle support must
not be visible.
Before you take your trike on the road
Danger!
Ensure that the minimum insertion depth marker (Fig.
3-C) on the handlebar uprights remains inside the
steering head and is not visible!
2.8 Pedals
Robust, non-slip pedals are mounted as standard.
Fig. 2
Horizontal saddle adjustment
Check the horizontal position of the saddle by
turning the pedal to its forward position, while keeping the pedal horizontal; place your foot onto the
pedal (while sitting in the saddle). (Fig. 2)
The saddle is positioned correctly if the lower leg is in
a vertical position. If that is not the case, loosen the nut
(Fig. 2-A) and reposition the saddle backwards or forwards and retighten the nut.
2.7 Handlebars
The handlebars can be height-adjusted according to
your needs.
Loosen the clamping spindle (Fig. 3-A) and adjust the
handlebar uprights (Fig. 3-B) to the desired height.
Lightly tapping a hammer on the head of the spindle
helps adjusting the handlebar uprights. Retighten the
clamping spindle when the handlebars are properly
adjusted. (Fig. 3).
You can tilt the handlebars as desired by loosening
the clamping screw (Fig. 3-D).
2.9 Tire pressure
Your driving enjoyment will be optimised with accurate
tire pressure.
Overly hard tires will not be able to cushion small
bumps in the road surface and can therefore diminish
drive safety. Overly soft tires will make pedal resistance harder. You will tire yourself out needlessly.
Excessively low pressure will damage the fabric of the
tire and therefore increase wear.
Your tire pressure is correct if the side of the tire or
the tread is barely impressed when squeezed with a
thumb. Remove the dust cap from the tire valve. Press
the air pump tightly against the valve and pump up
the tire. Don’t forget to replace the dust cap when
finished. Where provided, the white reflector strip
along tthe tire flanks replaces the spoke reflectors.
Tire pressure table (reference values)
Information regarding tire pressure can also be
found on the flanks of the tires
Tire width
Tire pressure
mm
inches
bar
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1,75 - 2
2,5 - 3
37 - 40
1 3/8 - 1 1/2
3,5 - 4
28 - 32
1 1/8 - 1 1/4
4,5 - 5
Tire pressure ScooterTrike
3,5 - 5
Note:
Choose a tire pump that matches the valve shape.
2.10 Adjusting the suspension
Fig. 3
Once the desired position is reached, retighten the
clamping screw. The tilt angle of the handlebar uprights can be adjusted by loosening the clamping
screw (Fig. 3-E). An adjustment here will change the
distance between saddle and handlebars, as well as
the grip height. Make sure to retighten all screws
when finished.
(Applies only for: Primo, Primo-Quad,
Primo-Heinzmann, Prato, ScooterTrike,
Amico and Therapy Support)
For optimised driving comfort, the vehicle suspension
should deflect by about 30% with the user seated in
driving position. You can adjust the sus pension
tension by manually turning the profiled adjustment
ring on the threaded part of the suspension element.
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Before you take your trike on the road
2.12 Adjusting the headlamp
The light cone of the headlamp must be tilted to an
angle ensuring that its centre point at 5 m distance
from the lamp is at half its height of exit from the
lamp.
Fig. 4
Centre point of headlamp
Centre
point of
light
beam
Headlamp height
Fig. 5
Fig. 4.1
The suspension’s pre-tension is reduced by turning the
ring in clockwise direction. Turning the ring in anticlockwise direction will screw the ring tighter against
the spring, thus increasing pretension. The adjustment
process is simplified significantly if the spring is turned
in conjunction with the ring.
Danger!
Ensure that the suspension deflection does not cause
any part of the suspension to come into contact with
the frame, mud guard or basket. Never put any load
on the vehicle while reaching into the suspension
assembly with your hands or a tool. The suspension
deflection could crush your hand!
2.11 Lighting system
Check for proper function of the lighting system. Make
sure that all cables are connected and all plug connections are correct. Check the following if the electrical
system is not functioning:
• Is the cable detached?
• Is the cable damaged?
• Are all contact surfaces clean?
• Are all bulbs intact?
Defective bulbs must be replaced with the same bulb
type. Detached cables must be reattached/reconnected.
Note:
The lighting system must be fully operational
during daylight hours.
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2.13 Activating & deactivating
the dynamo
Press down on the dynamo on its head or groove
(Fig. 30) to tilt its friction edge onto the tire. Pull the
dynamo away from its locking point on the wheel to
deactivate it.
For integrated hub dynamos, toggle the switch to
“ON” or “AUTO”.
Danger!
Never activate or deactivate the dynamo while traveling. You must only do so at standstill.
2.14 Gear system
Your trike is equipped with a hub gear system.
A detailled manufacturer’s description is provided in
the attachment. Instructions for the operation and
adjustment of the gear system can be found in the
appended manufacturer’s description. Please make
sure to read the documentation before first use.
2.15 Chain
Only a properly tensioned chain can guarantee optimised
power transmission from the pedals to the driving
wheel on the rear axle. Chain tension appropriate for
driving if the chain can be moved about 1 cm up and
down at its midpoint (Fig. 6) between rear axle and
bottom bracket.
If the chain sits too loosely, remove the 4 screws on
the dropout and pull back on the axle housing to tension
the chain.
Please use a low viscosity silicon oil for chain care.
Apply the oil only to the rollers in the centre of the
Before you take your trike on the road
Fig. 6
chain and remove superfluous oil with a lint-free
cloth. This will ensure that the chain is only lubricated
where it is needed. A very dirty chain will not only soil
your clothes, but will also diminish its effectiveness.
Fig. 7; releasing the cam clamping screws
Caution!
All loosened screw connections must be carefully
retightened after the axle housing has been aligned.
2.15.1 Chain tension in tandems
Tensioning the transmission chain via the cam:
The transmission chain is tensioned properly if it can
be pressed down with the thumb at its midpoint by
about 12 mm.
The tension can be adjusted by way of a cam underneath the frontal bottom bracket housing. Loosen the
screw under the cam housing of the frame. Use an
adjustable cup wrench to turn the cam in drive direction.
Make sure that the cam sits centred in its housing.
Then tighten the screws again (observe the max.
torque value of 8 Nm!). Excessive torque could damage
the thread of the cam housing.
Caution!
Excessive chain tension will result in an unpleasant
cracking and could cause the transmission chain to
tear. Insufficient tension can cause the chain to jump
out of gear. Turn the cranks in free wheeling direction
and look out for proper tension and atypical noise.
2.16 Initial test drives
Now that you have familiarised yourself with the various operating elements of your new trike and have
adjusted the components to your body weight and
height, it is time to take your first drive.
But be careful:
A trike has completely different driving characteristics than a traditional bicycle (with two wheels)!
The difference in behaviour is particularly apparent in
curves:
Fig. 7.1; Turning the cam to tension the power transmission chain
Never try to lean out of a curve! That would be
wrong, as a trike reacts differently than you might
expect: The wheel innermost to the curve will
threaten to lift off! In other words: never lean out of
the curve, but instead into it!
Please remember that you will have to experiment
with your new trike regarding its driving behaviour (specifically in curves) in the presence of
a second person before you take your first drive
on your own.
Always drive curves as slowly as possible!!! Please also
remember that the widest point of your trike is
behind or in front of you. Practice your driving with
appropriate obstacles to learn judging the width of
your trike and to not get stuck or damage anything,
once you take your trike on the road.
2.17 Special instructions/
Characteristics ScooterTrike
2.17.1 Seat position
Use the following rule of thumb to adjust your seat to
the correct position: Position one pedal in an imaginary
line from the midpoint of the seat vertically down via
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Before you take your trike on the road
value set at standstill. As the seat is easily adjusted,
that is no problem at all.
The seat is adjusted by opening the two quick releases
underneath the seat. The seat can now be easily
moved in the desired direction. Once you have found
the perfect position, simply snap closed the levers on
the quick releases.
Fig. 8
the bottom bracket axle. The pedal will thus reach the
maximum distance from the hip. Take your seat on the
trike. Your lumbar region should rest firmly against the
back rest, your hip should be straight and not twisted
forward on one side. The ball of your foot (!) should
come to rest on the pedal with your leg straightened
to optimise leverage and eliminate any hip movement.
Danger!
Improperly fastened levers can open easily. The saddle
could therefore move uncontrollably during travel,
which could result in a serious accident. Always check
the proper seating of the levers before you take your
trike on the road!
Fig. 11
Note: Tighten the knurled nut only slightly to
ensure proper function of the clamping.
Familiarise yourself with this mechanism in case of any
doubt. Please note that traction is achieved with a tilting
motion and not a screw movement!
Fig. 9
Note: To avoid scratches on the seat rail, lubricate
the rail with commercially available resinfree
grease. Please also note sections 2.6 and 3.6.1
for the general use of quick releases.
Fig. 10
As a cross-check of the proper position, position the
ball of your foot - with your knee slightly bent - above
the pedal axle. Start with an approximate position and
correct it after a few meters as needed, since the
position of the foot during travel may change the
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Fig. 12
Before you take your trike on the road
The tilt angle of the seat can be adjusted by your
selection of the hole pairs in the seat adjustment
bracket. Open and remove the quick release and
select the other hole pair. Replace the quick release
in the new hole pair and screw on the nuts. The seat
position is fixed, once you lock the quick release.
Note:
Never release the quick release for the seat while
traveling. Stop and dismount, before you make
changes to the distance or inclination settings of the
seat. Relock the quick release and check the new seat
position. Adjust the position again where necessary,
before driving on.
Adjusting the angle of the back rest: Release the
clamps on the left and right of the back rest (Fig. 14)
with an Allen key to adjust it to a position optimised
for your needs. Adjust the back rest into a position that
is comfortable for you by holding it at the top and
moving it forward or back (Fig. 13). Once you have
found the right position, retighten the lateral clamps
with the Allen key.
Note:
Make sure to tighten the lateral clamps with a torque
of at least 9 Nm on each screw connection, as an improperly fastened back rest could pose an immense
safety risk during travel!
Fig. 14
on the assembly, by pulling up the handlebar stem
from the steering column shaft. The lower clamp
sleeve with the two screws must cover the entire area
of the steering column shaft. (Fig.16)
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
Fig. 13
2.17.2 Handlebar position
You can adjust the handlebar settings by loosening
the screw at the top of the handlebar stem by way of
the so-called “MultiMount”. The MultiMount offers
virtually unlimited setting optionsaccording to individual comfort.
Never attempt to change the settings further down
2.17.3 ScooterTrike characteristics
Using the ScooterTrike is easily learned. We have put
together a few pointers that will get you going in no
time and ensure your optimised safety so that you get
your full enjoyment of your new ScooterTrike quickly.
Note:
Make sure to try it out on a route with little traffic
(without inclines if possible) and no obstacles (e.g.
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Before you take your trike on the road
parked cars), where you can concentrate fully on familiarising yourself with the new vehicle.
simply pedal backwards, as if you wanted to brake.
The ScooterTrike will now travel backwards and will
thus allow you to move into the desired direction.
2.17.4 Starting and the first meters
Note:
Keep a watchful eye on your surroundings and traffic
while reversing! Never exceed walking speed while
reversing so that you can stop immediately. The reversing mode is not designed for prolonged use, instead,
it should only be used as a manoevering aid for short
distances and not for sustained travel!
First things first: Driving a ScooterTrike is a relaxing
activity - and you should be seated accordingly. Lean
back - the back rest will support your upper body
weight. Don’t cramp your grip around the handlebars
of your ScooterTrike. Simply rest your hands lightly on it.
To start, position the right pedal (for left-handed
In severe steering angles (tight curves) at low speeds,
handlebars and knees could come into contact
with each other (depending on body size). Familiarise
yourself with this kind of condition so that you are
prepared if the situation arises and are not taken by
surprise!
2.17.6 Troubleshooting
Fig. 17
Fig. 18
people possibly the left pedal) in its top-back position
(one o’clock position) (Fig. 17/18). Place both feet on
the pedals. Don’t worry - it might feel a bit strange at
first, but you cannot tip over, because the three
wheels offer secure stability. Once you have positioned
yourself comfortably, push forwardon the top pedal to
get going and use your other leg to start accelerating.
2.17.5 Reversing option
Caution: The ScooterTrike is equipped with an integrated
reversing option. This may be particularly helpful
when you have manoevered yourself into a position,
where turning would be very difficult (e.g. in a dead end).
Activating reverse drive:
bring the ScooterTrike to a complete standstill. Now
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With just a few trial runs under your belt, you should
be able to use your ScooterTrike without any hitches.
It is quite normal during the initial familiarisation
phase to feel some muscle ache, particularly in your
thighs. Depending on your driving habits and seat
position, your knee joint could also be affected because of too much pressure transfer between the
back rest and pedals. Knees are not designed to take
much pressure. It will help in this case to change into
a higher gear for lighter, rounder pedaling movements
with moderate pressure on the pedals.
Changing the distance between seat and pedals may
also help, as the knee joint is forced into adverse
movement if that distance is set either to short or too
long. Try various different seat setting until you find
a position in which you can drive your ScooterTrike
over extended periods of time without any physical
discomfort.
2.18 Special instructions/
Characteristics Tandems
2.18.1 Steering system/ Steering position
All our tandems are delivered with rear steering as
standard. That means that the pilot is seated at
the back and takes charge of all driving decisions,
like steering, gear change and braking (unlike in
traditional tandems, where all these tasks are performed in the front position). If you wish, a parallel
steering option can also be activated. That will,
however, require the front handlebars to be mounted in
a standard handlebar upright, which has to be mounted
properly in the frontal steering pipe (see Fig. 19).
Before you take your trike on the road
Children under 16 years of age should not steer the
tandem. Kids are usually not yet able to judge driving
situations accurately, and often do not yet have the
necessary physical power to safely steer and operate
a tandem.
2.18.3 Special driving characteristics
Fig. 19
Parallel steering! Danger:
A serious accident or fall could be the result of the two
riders on the tandem not agreeing on the direction in
which to steer. We strongly recommend deactivating
this function and leaving the steering to one person
only - the pilot!
In exceptional cases, your tandem may have been
designed for piloting from the front position only. In
that case, all operating elements will have been moved
to the front position.
Caution:
This version will not be equipped with an idling mode,
which would allow pedal pauses. Every pedal motion
done by the person in front will have to be seconded
by the person in the back!
The rider in front should inform his co-rider of all
route characteristics and actions well in advance, e.g.
uneven ground, inclines or curves, as well as braking
or gear changes, as the person in back may not always
be able to see ahead.
2.18.2 The first meters
Remember that you will need more space to get
around obstacles as with a regular trike or bicycle (because of the special length and width of the tandem)!
Also your turning radius will be significantly larger!
We therefore strongly recommend to do a little test
run on your own, before going on your first two-person trip, so as to familiarise yourself with the peculiarities of your tandem in terms of its behaviour in curves
or while braking. You will soon feel safe and comfortable to use your new vehicle.
Make sure to try your first two-person run on a route
with little traffic (without inclines if possible) and no
obstacles (e.g. parked cars). Talk to your co-pilot and
inform him in good time of any braking or gear
change manoevers, as this will build trust and ensure
safety.
The co-pilot must continue pedaling as long as the
pilot is doing so. That is why both riders should agree
on pedaling brakes in advance to prevent premature
fatigue and exhaustion.
As pilot, you must ensure that the pedals are left in
horizontal position during pedaling brakes to prevent
the co-pilot having to stop in mid-motion and maybe
losing his balance. If the tandem is equipped with front
idling, the co-pilot will be able to pedal and/or stop
pedaling at any time for a pedal break. This will prevent
premature exhaustion particularly in children and will
prolong driving fun.
Note:
Check the seat position for children/ adolescents
periodically - but at least every 6 months.
3.0 Care & maintenance
Proper care means less costs!
A well cared-for vehicle has a longer lifespan and is
also much more fun to drive. We have put together a
couple of pointers for you, which you should consider
for the care and mainenance of your trike:
3.1 Cleaning
Clean you vehicle each time it has accumulated
dirt. Even the best quality vehicle will suffer if left
encrusted with dirt and grime over extended periods
of time. You should, however, refrain from hosing it
down. Use a wet sponge instead, and dry with a soft
cloth. If you then polish it up with a lightly oiled wool
cloth, your trike will look like new every time. Please
be careful with polishing products, because what may
be good for clean metal parts, may not be so good for
painted ones.
Never use a power hose for cleaning. A steam or
water jet would be to hard, and could dissolve the
lubricant needed for some parts.
3.2 Checks
Schedule your regular checks depending on the frequency of use - but perform all checks at least every
500 km or annually. Check for damage and make
sure to tighten all screws and nuts.
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Before you take your trike on the road
Danger!
Never attempt to straighten any bends in safety-relevant
parts, like the frame, fork, handlebars, pedal crank,
saddle bar, and pedals. make sure to replace these parts
instead to brevent breakage!
3.3 Spokes
Any lose spokes must be tightened by an authorised
workshop. Torn spokes must be replaced immediately.
3.4 Brakes
3.4.1 Special safety instructions
3.4.3 Adjusting the brake pads
Make sure that the brake reaction is instant (taking
into consideration the relevant brake line clearance)
when the lever is pulled. Brakes will have to be readjusted from time to time because of the “settling” of
the brake cables and natural wear of the brake pads.
Fine tuning the cantilever brakes:
Release the counter nut (Fig. 21) and unscrew the
knurled setting screw (Fig. 21-B) until the desired
“clearance” is set. Retighten the counter nut. Should
the setting range be insufficient, then tighten the setting
screw up to 2-3 mm and release the cable clamp on
• Brake support assembly, cables and cable sleeves
must only be replaced by an authorised technician
• Check the proper alignment and thickness of the brake
pads along the wheel rim.
• Stop driving immediately if unusual brake characteristics occur. Contact an authorised workshop immediately.
• Brake pads with asbestos content must not be used.
• New brake pads will develop their full brake potential
only after several braking actions.
Danger!
• Familiarise yourself with the effectiveness of your
brakes. Practice emergency brake manoevers, as this
may prevent accidents on the road. Develop a feel
for the efficacy of the front wheel brake in particular.
The front wheel must not lock during braking! A
locked front wheel could cause you to fall.
• Brake pads must be replaced only with identical
model versions. Check for a brand name or logo,
and compare the type description.
3.4.2 Adjusting and loosening the brake
lever
You can secure your trike with the hand brake.
Pull the hand brake and simultaneously push the
arrester forward (Fig. 20-B). Pulling the brake lever
(Fig. 20-A) will release the arrester.
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Fig. 21
the body of the brake assembly. Press both brake pads
against the wheel rim, tension the brake cable and
retighten the cable clamp. Ensure that the brake cable
sleeve ends (Fig. 21-A) are held securely in the cable
clamps. Repeat the fine tuning of the brake with the
setting screw.
3.4.4 Brakes & brake pad adjustment
For drum brakes please read the separate
operating instructions provided.
Measurement A must not be less than 39 mm when
you press the brake shoe against the rim. Swap the
grey setting rings where necessary (6 mm and 3 mm
thickness). Use the attachment nuts to attach the
brake shoes with a torque of 6-8 Nm. The steel plates
must lie flat against the brake lever (Fig. 22).
Lead the brake cable through the cable guide tube
and attach it with the cable attachment screw to the
right-hand side brake lever. Make sure that the distance
between the brake shoes and the rim is approx. 2 mm
on both sides. Tighten the screw with a torque of 6-8
Nm (Fig. 22a).
Use the spring tension adjustment screw to adjust the
distance, until it is approximately the same on both
sides (Fig. 22b). Activate the brake lever at least 8
times in a row to check its proper function and then
Care & maintenance
more than 39 mm
Spring adjustment screw
6 mm washer B
Spring adjustment screw
3 mm washer B
Brake shoe
attachment nut
Fig. 22b
Shim
Shim A
Shim A
Brake shoe attachment part
Fig. 22
Torque
Nm
Torque 6-8
6-8 Nm
Cable sleeve
5 mm Allen key
3.4.5 Replacing/ adjusting the brake
pads
The gap between rim and brake pad should not
exceed 1.5 mm. Adjust the alignment if the brake
pads are not flush with the rim edge. This step
requires technical expertise. Leave the replacement or
adjustment of the brake pads to an expert. Release
the clamp screw (Fig. 23-A) and press the brake pads
together by hand; pull the brake cable tight and
retighten the clamp screw. Where available, read the
instructions provided by the brake manufacturer.
Danger!
Make sure to check brake function after each adjustment.
If the adjustment of the brake does not have the
desired effect of proper brake function, then the
entire brake system must be overhauled. This should
only be done by an authorised workshop.
Fig. 22a
recheck the distance of the brake shoes to the rims.
Adjust the distance once again if needed as described
above, before using the brake system on the road.
Danger!
Brake adjustments should only be carried out by an
authorised workshop! Brake testing is required after
each adjustment!
If the adjustment of the brake does not have the
desired effect of proper brake function, then the
entire brake system must be overhauled. This should
only be done by an authorised workshop.
Cantilever brake
Cantilever brake
Fig. 23
3.5 Lubrication
All our models come without the customary oil nipple
and eyelets on the hubs and on the bottom brackets.
That is not a deficiency. Quite the opposite. All the
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Care & maintenance
latest state-of-the-art brand name cycles are equipped
with permanent lubrication, which lasts for several
years.
Avoid the chain getting encrusted with dirt or rust.
This critical component must be lubricated
frequently with either a brush and a light-weight
multi-purpose oil or with a special chain spray. Never
use grease for chain care. Remove all superfluous oil
with a cloth right away, then you won’t have to worry
about splash stains on your clothes when you go on
your next trip. Chains are wear parts.
Check the chain periodically for any signs of wear.
Excessively stretched chains will result in increased
wear of the pinion and chain gear, and will negatively
affect gear shifting comfort in chain gear systems.
Spring
Spring
Fig. 25
Danger!
It is important to tighten the axle nuts properly, when
mounting the front wheel. Only then can you be sure
that the wheel is securely attached to the fork.
3.6 Front wheel
3.6.1 Attachment
The front wheel can be removed in a few easy steps
for repair and maintenance work, and for easy transport of the trike. (Check if your trike is equipped with
quick release levers or not.)
Safety washer
Failover
Fig. 26
Quick release lever:
Release the V brake and turn the quick release lever
(Fig. 24), then turn the adjustment nut (Fig. 25) until
the wheel can be easily removed. Once the wheel is
replaced, you must attach the block of the V brake to
brake lever again.
Danger!
It is important to tighten the quick release properly,
when mounting the front wheel. Only then can you
be sure that the wheel is securely attached to the fork.
Spring
Push button attachment
The front wheels can be detached by pressing the
button in the wheel hub (Fig. 27).
Danger!
Ensure proper and secure seating of the front wheel
when replacing it. The wheel must not be detachable
from the snap-on axle without pushing the button.
Danger!
Conduct a test of the V brake each time the front or
rear wheel is replaced.
Lock position
Fig. 24
Fig. 27
Wheel fork attachment
Release the two axle nuts and push (where required)
the two safety washers from the fork dropouts (Fig. 26).
After replacing the front wheel, the axle nuts must be
retightened with a torque of 25 Nm. Reattach the
block of the V brake to the brake lever.
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3.6.2 Bearing clearance
The axle cone mount must be set for easy wheel
rotation. The cone counter nut (Fig. 28-C) must be
tightened securely on the opposite side of the axle
cone (Fig. 28-D) to secure the cone in place.
Intended use
3.10 Dynamo setting
The central axis of the dynamo must be aligned with
the wheel hub. If any adjustments are needed, release
the attachment (Fig. 30-A) and retighten it after
finishing the alignment. The same applies for front
wheel-mounted dynamos. This is a task for your
authorised workshop.
Fig. 28
3.7 Rear wheel
The rear wheels are removed by releasing the nuts
and detaching the wheels from the rear axle or removal from the dropout.
Caution!
All screws must be retightened securely when the
wheels have been replaced! When mounting the rear
wheels, make sure that the camming wedges on the
axles snap into the grooves of the rear wheel hubs.
3.8 Pedal crank
If the pedal crank is loose, unscrew or remove the protective cover (Fig. 29-A). Retighten the clamping
screw (Fig 29-B) with a socket wrench. Screw or clip
the protective cover (A) back in place. You will need
a puller for the removal of the pedal crank. These are
available for purchase in hardware stores.
Fig. 30
4.0 Intended use
4.1 Load specifications
Maximum user weight (see table on page 6) must not
be surpassed. Baggage loads must not exceed the
weight listed in the table (page 6).
4.2 Street trikes
Please note the following with regard to street trikes:
• Do not attempt any jumps with your trike
• Do not drive over curbs
• Avoid potholes and ditches
4.3 Tips on environmental protection
Drive only on designated paths and not across fields,
forest, water, waterways and meadows. Use environmentally friendly care products.
Fig. 29
Caution!
A lose pedal crank must be repaired immediately. Irreparable damage may be the result if you continue
driving with a lose pedal crank.
3.9 Lighting system components
When replacing any components of the lighting
system, please ensure that you use only parts of equal
quality with an official certification mark. The certification mark consists of a waveline, the letter “K” and
a 5-digit number.
4.4 Tips for your safety
Danger!
Immediately replace bent handlebars or handlebar
stems! Continued use or straightening attempts may
cause BREAKAGE!
4.5 General information
• Always wear practical, bright coloured and noticeable
clothing.
• Be considerate to walkers and hikers!
• Always be ready to brake, particularly on steep
downhill stretches and bends!
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Intended use
• Do not suspend any loads from the handlebars, as
this will impede driving safety.
• Make sure that your vehicle complies with legal
requirements.
• A hub brake (drum brake) may only be retrofitted if
the fork is marked with an “N”.
• Only drive roadworthy vehicles.
• Periodically check the attachments of the pedal
cranks and pedals.
• For your safety we recommend always wearing a
helmet when driving. The quality of the helmet is
very important. It should comply at least with
legal recommendations and requirements (relevant
standard: EN 1078 or ANSI).
• Don’t cycle with earphones as they will prevent you
from hearing warning signals.
• Check brakes, lights and bell for proper function
before each trip.
The following components are required for street
cycles in accordance with the Road Traffic Act:
• Two independently functioning brakes
Danger!
On wet roads, the braking distance increases significantly. You should therefore always moderate your
speed so that you can always stop in time when
needed.
• A loud sounding bell
Danger!
If you leave your cycle standing in direct sunlight, the
saddle, handlebars and other parts of your vehicle can
heat up considerably within a short space of time.
You can burn yourself!
• A bicycle trailer may only be used on cycles with a
sturdy frame and fork construction. Additionally
important are robust trike brakes at the front and
back. The user must keep in mind that the
driving behaviour of a vehicle with a loaded trailer
is significantly different from that of a trike without
trailer.
4.6 Road traffic
What do I have to think of in traffic?
Your answer is defined in paragraph 1 of the German
Road Traffic Act (StVZO): Each traffic participant on
public roads is required to behave in a manner that
does not endanger, encumber or inconvenience any
other participant unless dictated by circumstance.
As a cyclist, you are subject to the following rules:
• Extend your arm in the relevant direction ahead of
time, before turning off: check behind you to see
that no other vehicle is close behind you! If turning
off to the left, align yourself with traffic towards the
centre of the road and navigate the crossing with a
wide arc. When turning right, take the turn as narrowly as possible.
• Always comply with the hand signals of traffic wardens and observe traffic lights. The hand signals of
a traffic warden supercede all other traffic signals,
including traffic lights.
• It is not courageous to drive free-handed or while
hanging on to another vehicle - such behaviour is
life threatening.
• Similarly, cycling side by side is not permitted. You don’t
only endanger yourself, but other traffic participants
as well.
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• Headlamp, tail light with reflector, large-area reflector at the rear, pedal reflectors, 2 yellow spokes
reflectors per wheel or white reflective rings, as well
as a frontal reflector in a type-approved design.
• Trailer transport of persons over 7 years of age and 22
kg in weight is strictly prohibited.
Danger!
The driver faces challenges specifically when starting,
in curves, while braking and on slopes.
• Children under the age of 7 may only be carried on
the trike by persons over the age of 16.
• Children must only be transported with an appropriate child seat. Use only safety-certified child seats
for cycles. make sure to read and comply with the
operating instructions supplied by the child seat
manufacturer.
• Only use type-approved carriers for transporting
your trike with your car. Make sure that the trike is
properly and securely fastened, and that it causes no
improper stresses due to insufficient load distribution
during transport. Any lose parts must be removed
to prevent any danger for other traffic participants.
4.7 Liability
Street cycles are designed and equipped for use on
public roads and paved paths. All relevant safety
equipment provided by the manufacturer must be
periodically checked by the user and repaired or replaced as needed. The manufacturer accepts no liability
Power assist systems
for any other use of the vehicle and/or for noncompliance with safety-related instructions included
in this manual and any resulting damage. That applies
specifically for the use of the trike in offroad conditions,
when overloaded (see technical data), and if faults of
or damages to the trike’s components have not been
rectified.
Intended use includes compliance with the instructions
and conditions provided by the manufacturer in terms
of operation, maintenance and service. Trikes must
not be retrofitted with any components or modified if
these changes may result in any hazard.
Caution!
Any modifications done by the user will cancel manufacturer liability.
4.8 Warranty information
General legal requirements apply.
5.0 Power assist systems
5.1 Basic information on
power assist systems
What is a power assist system?
A power assist system will make cycling easier, as your
own pedaling power is supplemented. Compared
with regular cycles, you will only need about half the
power. Cycling therefore becomes a comfortable and
easy pastime, as an “invisible helper” is pushing you
forward.
Two systems can be supplied:
Motion sensor:
The power assist system is activated only if the motion
sensor (integrated in the pedal crank area) detects
pedaling. You won’t have to put any effort into pedaling,
as it is only important for the sensor to detect the
rotation of the crank. You can then control the level
of assistance and therefore also the speed by twisting
the “gas” throttle. These vehicles are equipped with
a start-up help up to 6 km/h to help you get started.
Power sensor:
The power sensor, which is usually connected to the
crank arms, will register the power used on the pedals
by the rider. A selection via the display adds either equal
power (Normal mode), half power (Eco mode) or double
the power (Sport mode) from the electromotor to your
own efforts. Most of these systems are not equipped
with a start-up help, as they don’t have a twist throttle.
Individuals that don’t have enough power to push the
pedals due to some physical limitation (e.g. on an incline), will not be able to utilise the power assist system.
Under what conditions is it most useful to have
a power assist system?
On inclines, with headwind, when transporting loads,
or at night, when lighting conditions are impaired, or
generally under conditions where regular cycles require
significant power reserves for traveling.
What is the power source on an e-cycle?
E-cycles use a rechargeable Lilon battery, which, however, does not automatically reload during cycling.
Charging is easy, however - simply plug the charger
into any regular household socket.
Do the batteries last forever?
No. All batteries have a limited lifespan. You should
replace the battery when you start noticing that the
cycling reach achieved with a full battery decreases
significantly. Operating conditions, temperatures
and/or the charging process significantly influence the
lifespan of the battery. (Please read the attached manual
provided by the manufacturer.)
(Battery replacements are not free of charge.)
Note:
The timing for battery replacement is not part of the
regular product warranty; please note the separate
warranty conditions supplied.
Can an e-cycle overcome any kind of incline?
A certain percentage of the drive power in an e-cycle
must be provided by the rider. The rate of incline the
e-cycle can handle therefore depends on your own
physical power. Some inclines may be too much to cope
with, even with the power assist system on an e-cycle.
Note:
Detailed information on the various power assist systems are provided in the documentation provided by
the relevant manufacturer, which is supplied separately
in the appendix.
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SCT Rail Stone for seat rail
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Deep groove ball bearing 6003
SCT axle short left 312.1 mm
SCT axle long right 382.2 mm
SCT gear hub 7 gear RFN w. pinion
SCT chain tensioner
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Rocker bearing 132x20x16
SCT threaded rod
Glider 32
SCT crank set 38Z with double protection
Chain protection tube
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SCT handlebar black
SCT handlebar adjustment unit
SCT Spacer 3-part
SCT control set 1 1/8" Ahead
Impeller front 16" aluminium hollow chamber black hub dynamo
SCT mud guard 16" front black
Impeller rear 20" aluminium hollow chamber black
SCT mud guard 20" rear black
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10-000-00060
10-000-00061
10-000-00060
11-060-00002
10-070-00002
10-070-00001
10-060-00009/silver
10-060-00023
10-080-00030
10-000-00008/silver
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-010-00016 cpl.
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
10-060-00011/silver
10-060-00020
10-030-00002/silver
11-030-00001
10-010-00045
10-010-00047
11-060-00014
11-060-00010
10-070-00002
10-070-00001
10-060-00008/black
10-060-00023
10-080-00036
10-000-00051/black
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-010-00016 cpl.
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
10-060-00010/black
10-060-00020
10-030-00001/black
11-030-00001
10-010-00045
10-010-00047
11-060-00004
10-000-00062/11-15 mm 10-000-00062/21-23 mm
Frame Proven 26"
Frame aluminium Special 26"
Fork 26" rigid
Fork 26" silver sprung
Axle housing Proven/Special
Tie rod
Impeller front 26" aluminium box hub dynamo
Impeller front 26" aluminium hollow chamber hub dynamo
Axle f. 24"/26" short 299.9 mm
Axle f. 24"/26" long 369.9 mm
Mud guard 26" front
Wheel protection strut 26"
Saddle bar Ø 28.6 mm rigid
Saddle bar Ø 27.2 mm sprung
Basket brace
Gear hub 3-gear back pedal brake cpl.
Gear hub 7-gear back pedal brake cpl.
Differential gearing
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
Mud guard 24" rear
Mud guard brace
Basket
Box cpl. mounted lockable
Laser pinion 3-gear
Laser pinion 7-gear
Impeller rear 24" aluminium box
Impeller rear 24" aluminium hollow chamber
Articulated pipe clamp for axle mounting nut M8
21
2
20
22
18
14
9L
18
17
12,13
6
X
18
23,24
1
9R
3,4
18
19
15,16
5
X
25,26
10
11
27
6
7,8
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
61
Exploded drawing
Part Fusione/Compagno
No: 26"-24"/26"
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9L
9R
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
16
17
18
19
19
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27L&R
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Unione/Colletivo
24"/24"
Item
10-000-00066
Tandem frame Unione/Collettivo
Fork 26" rigid
Fork 24" rigid
Axle housing
Tie rod
Impeller front 26" aluminium hollow chamber hub dynamo
Impeller front 24" aluminium hollow chamber hub dynamo
Axle f. 24"/26" short 299.9 mm
Axle f. 24"/26" long 369.9 mm
Mud guard 26" front
Mud guard 24" front
Wheel protection strut 26"
Wheel protection strut 24"
Basket brace
Gear hub 7-gear back pedal brake cpl.
Impeller rear 24" aluminium hollow chamber
Impeller rear 26" aluminium hollow chamber Sram 7-gear
Impeller rear 24" aluminium hollow chamber Sram 7-gear
Differential gearing
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
Mud guard 24" rear, Fusione & Unione
Mud guard 24" rear, Collettivo
Mud guard 26" rear, Compagno
Mud guard brace
Basket
Box cpl. mounted lockable
Laser pinion 7-gear
Ball and socket head
Saddle bar Ø 27.2 mm rigid
Saddle bar Ø 27.2 mm sprung
Crank set 38Z. left and right, rear
Crank set 38Z. left, crank right, front
Articulated pipe clamp for axle mounting nut M8
Sprocket
Idling sprocket
Chain pipe brace
Chain protection tube
Pipe clamp D=12 mm
Steering bar frame 50/50
Steering bar frame 50/30
Steering column frame 50/50
Steering column frame 50/30
PVC cap
10-000-00074
Tandem frame Fusione/Compagno
10-000-00026
10-000-00028
10-000-00061
10-000-00060
10-000-00061
10-000-00060
11-060-00010
11-060-XXXXX
10-070-00002
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-070-00001
10-060-00008/black
10-060-00012/black
10-060-00023
10-060-00024
10-000-00008
10-010-00016 cpl.
11-060-00004/Unione
10-000-00008
10-010-00016 cpl.
11-060-00004/Fusione
11-060-00005
11-060-XXXXX
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
10-060-00010
10-060-00012/black
10-060-00050/black
10-060-00020
10-030-00001
11-030-00001
10-010-00047
10-040-00016
10-080-00040
10-080-00036
10-070-00039
10-070-00040
10-000-00062/21-23 mm
08/0065.06
08/0065.04
08/0065.05
10-070-00029
10-100-00037
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
10-060-00020
10-030-00001
11-030-00001
10-010-00047
10-040-00016
10-080-00040
10-080-00036
10-070-00039
10-070-00040
10-000-00062/21-23 mm
08/0065.06
08/0065.04
08/0065.05
10-070-00029
10-100-00037
08/0065.23
08/0065.22
08/0065.21
08/0065.20
10-040-XXXXX
10-040-XXXXX
21
2
22
20
25,26
18
9L
14
17
31
27L
6
18
30
28
10,11
X
18
23
9R
18
1
32
5
15
19
27R
34
33
3,4
24
35,36
X
16
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
62
37,38
29 6
39
24
7,8
12,13
Exploded drawing
Part Robusto
No: 26"-24"
Standard (S)
Delux (D)
Mobile
24"-20"
Picco
18"-16"
Famoso
12"
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9R
9L
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
S+D
S+D
D
S
S+D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S
D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S
D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S+D
S
D
S+D
S+D
S
D
10-000-00010
10-000-00009
10-000-00014
10-000-00013
10-000-00018
10-000-00017
10-000-00006
10-000-00005
10-000-00027
10-000-00026
10-000-00007
11-060-00003
11-060-00004
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-060-00008
10-060-00023
10-080-00047
10-080-00036
10-000-00008
10-020-00003
10-020-00002
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-010-00016 cpl.
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
10-060-00010
10-060-00020
10-030-00001
11-030-00001
10-000-00032
10-000-00037
10-010-00045
10-010-00047
Item
Chainstays
Main frame
Fork 26" silver sprung
10-000-00028
10-000-00029
10-000-00030
Fork rigid
10-000-00011
10-000-00015
10-000-00019
Axle housing
11-060-00007
11-060-00011
11-060-00009
Impeller front
11-060-00015
11-060-00016
11-060-00017
Impeller rear
10-070-00003
10-070-00003
10-070-00003
Axle right
10-070-00004
10-070-00004
10-070-00004
Axle left
10-060-00012
10-060-00014
10-060-00016
Mud guard front
10-060-00024
10-060-00025
10-060-00026
Wheel protection strut
10-080-00047
10-080-00005
10-080-00005
Saddle bar rigid
Saddle bar Ø27.2 mm sprung
10-000-00012
10-000-00016
10-000-00020
Basket brace
10-020-00003
10-020-00003
10-020-00003
Star grip nut M8
10-020-00001
10-020-00001
10-020-00001
Knurled nut M8
10-010-00002 cpl. 10-010-00002 cpl. 10-010-00002 cpl. Gear hub 3-gear back pedal brake cpl.
Gear hub 7-gear back pedal brake cpl.
10-070-00007
10-070-00007
10-070-00007
Differential gearing
10-070-00005
10-070-00005
10-070-00005
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
10-060-00013
10-060-00015
10-060-00017
Mud guard rear
10-060-00020
10-060-00020
10-060-00020
Mud guard brace
10-030-00003
10-030-00003
10-030-00003
Basket
Box cpl. mounted lockable
10-000-00033
10-000-00034
10-000-00035
Cable duct
10-000-00037
10-000-00038
10-000-00038
Ribbed insert for footboard
10-010-00045
10-010-00045
10-010-00045
Laser pinion 3-gear
Laser pinion 7-gear
22
24
12,13
14
23
15
4,5
10
11
3
2 16
9L
21
26
19
20
9R
25
6
27,28
7
17,18
8
20 6
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
63
Exploded drawing
Part
No:
Capo
20"-26"
Bene
24"-20"
Item
1
2
4
5
6
8
9
10
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
36
10-000-00045
10-000-00057
05/0045.34
05/0045.37
05/0045.25
05/0045.33
05/0045.16
05/0045.19
05/0045.31
10-050-00016
10-050-00017
11-060-00008
10-060-00053
10-040-00015
10-070-00005
10-040-00016
10-040-00018/21
10-060-00020
10-060-00049
10-060-00050
11-060-00006
04/0020.35
10-030-00014
10-060-00007
10-000-00037
10-020-00003
10-020-00002
10-080-00047
10-050-00015
10-000-00048
06/0045.16
06/0045.34
05/0045.37
06/0045.25
06/0045.33
06/0045.16
06/0045.19
05/0045.31
10-050-00016
10-050-00017
11-060-00008
10-060-00053
10-040-00015
10-070-00005
10-040-00016
10-040-00018/21
10-060-00020
10-060-00049
10-060-00045
11-060-00018
04/0020.35
10-030-00014
10-060-00007
10-000-00037
10-020-00003
10-020-00002
10-080-00047
10-050-00015
Frame cpl.
Chainstays T-Bike
Steering plate left
Steering plate right
Bearing seat steering bar
Mud guard seat
Tie rod
Steering bar
Steering column
Brake anchoring left
Brake anchoring right
Impeller front 20" with drum brake
Quick release axle
Deep groove ball bearing 6201 wheel mount
Deep groove ball bearing 6003 steering column
Ball and socket head
Threaded pin M8x40/M8x50
Mud guard brace
Mud guard 20" front silver
Mud guard rear silver
Impeller rear 3-gear
Cable duct
Basket front
Plug hub
Ribbed insert for footboard 80x40
Star grip nut M8
Knurled nut M8 49 mm
Saddle bar Ø 31.0 mm rigid
Distance piece 25 x 17.5 x 8.4
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
64
Exploded drawing
Part Primo
No: 20"-26"
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
34
36
37
38
39
10-000-00046
10-000-00057
05/0045.32
05/0045.34
05/0045.37
05/0045.25
05/0045.33
05/0045.16
05/0045.30
05/0045.38
10-050-00016
10-050-00017
11-060-00008
10-060-00053
10-040-00015
10-070-00005
10-040-00016
10-040-00018/21
10-060-00020
10-060-00049
10-060-00050
11-060-00005
04/0020.35
10-030-00014
10-060-00007
10-000-00037
10-020-00003
10-020-00002
10-080-00036
10-050-00015
10-000-00044
10-040-00019
10-040-00017
Item
Frame cpl.
Chainstays T-Bike
Pendulum axle Primo
Steering plate left
Steering plate right
Bearing seat steering bar
Mud guard seat
Tie rod
Steering bar Primo
Steering column Primo
Brake anchoring left
Brake anchoring right
Impeller front 20" with drum brake
Quick release axle
Deep groove ball bearing 6201 wheel mount
Deep groove ball bearing 6003 steering column
Ball and socket head
Threaded pin M8x40/M8x50
Mud guard brace
Mud guard 20" front silver
Mud guard 26" rear silver
Impeller rear 7-gear
Cable duct
Basket front
Plug hub
Ribbed insert for footboard 80x40
Star grip nut M8
Knurled nut M8 49 mm
Saddle bar sprung
Distance piece 25 x 17.5 x 8.4
Slide bush Ø16 f. axle
Glide bush Ø 8 f. spring element
Spring element 150 mm
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
65
Exploded drawing
Part Primo-Quad
No: 20"-24"
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
10-000-00047
10-000-00006
05/0045.32
05/0045.34
05/0045.37
05/0045.25
05/0045.33
05/0045.16
05/0045.30
05/0045.38
10-050-00016
10-050-00017
11-060-00008
10-060-00053
10-040-00015
Item
Frame cpl.
Chainstays
Pendulum axle Primo
Steering plate left
Steering plate right
Bearing seat steering bar
Mud guard seat
Tie rod
Steering bar Primo
Steering column Primo
Brake anchoring left
Brake anchoring right
Impeller front 20” with drum brake
Quick release axle
Deep groove ball bearing 6201 wheel
mount
10-070-00005
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
10-040-00016
Ball and socket head
10-040-00018/21 Threaded pin M8x40/M8x50
10-060-00020
Mud guard brace
10-060-00049
Mud guard 20” front silver
Mud guard 24” rear silver
10-060-00011
Part Primo-Quad
No: 20"-24"
Item
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
34
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Impeller rear 24" alu. hollow chamber
Cable duct
Basket front
Plug hub
Ribbed insert for footboard 80x40
Star grip nut M8
Knurled nut M8 49 mm
Saddle bar sprung
Distance piece 25 x 17.5 x 8.4
Slide bush Ø16 f. axle
Glide bush Ø 8 f. spring element
Spring element 150 mm
Axle housing
Axle f. 24"/26" long 369.9 mm
Axle f. 24"/26" short 299.9 mm
basket brace
Gear hub 7-gear back pedal func. cpl.
Differential gearing
Basket
Box cpl. mounted lockable
11-060-00004
04/0020.35
10-030-00014
10-060-00007
10-000-00037
10-020-00003
10-020-00002
10-080-00036
10-050-00015
10-000-00044
10-040-00019
10-040-00017
10-000-00007
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-000-00008
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-070-00007
10-030-00002
11-030-00001
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
66
Exploded drawing
Part Advanced
No: 26"-24"
Elegance
26"-24"
Classic
26"-24"
Alluminio
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9R
9L
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
04/0020.36
10-000-00002
10-000-00001
04/0020.36
10-000-00002
10-000-00001
04/0020.36
10-000-00050
10-000-00054
Frame
Chainstays
Main frame
Fork 26" silver sprung
10-000-00025
10-000-00003
11-060-00002
11-060-00014
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-060-00009
10-060-00023
10-080-00047
10-000-00025
10-000-00003
11-060-00002
11-060-00014
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-060-00009
10-060-00023
10-080-00047
10-000-00052
10-000-00055
11-060-00002
11-060-00014
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-060-00009
10-060-00023
10-080-00047
Fork 26" rigid
Axle housing
04/0020.36
10-000-00002
10-000-00001
10-000-00027
10-000-00003
11-060-00002
11-060-00014
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-060-00009
10-060-00023
Impeller front 26" aluminium box hub dynamo
Impeller rear 24" aluminium box
Axle f. 24"/26" long 369.9 mm
Axle f. 24"/26" short 299.9 mm
Mud guard 26" front silver
Wheel protection strut 26"
Saddle bar Ø 31.0 mm rigid
10-080-00036
Saddle bar Ø 27.2 mm sprung
10-000-00004
10-000-00004
10-000-00004
10-000-00051
basket brace
10-020-00003
10-020-00003
10-020-00003
10-020-00003
Star grip nut M8
10-020-00002
10-020-00002
10-020-00002
10-020-00002
Knurled nut M8 49 mm
10-010-00002 cpl.
Gear hub 3-gear back pedal brake cpl.
10-010-00016 cpl. 10-010-00016 cpl.
10-010-00016 cpl. Gear hub 7-gear back pedal brake cpl.
10-070-00007
10-070-00007
10-070-00007
10-070-00007
Differential gearing
10-070-00005
10-070-00005
10-070-00005
10-070-00005
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
10-060-00011
10-060-00011
10-060-00011
10-060-00011
Mud guard 24" rear silver
10-060-00020
10-060-00020
10-060-00020
10-060-00020
Mud guard brace
10-030-00002
10-030-00002
10-030-00002
Basket
11-030-00001
Box cpl. mounted lockable
10-000-00031
10-000-00031
10-000-00031
10-000-00053
Cable duct
10-000-00037
10-000-00037
10-000-00037
10-000-00037
Ribbed insert for footboard 80x40
10-010-00045
Laser pinion 3-gear
10-010-00047
10-010-00047
10-010-00047
Laser pinion 7-gear
22
24
12,13
14
23
15
4,5
10
11
3
2 16
9L
21
26
19
20
9R
25
6
27,28
7
17,18
8
20 6
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
67
Exploded drawing
Part Lesto
No: 12"
Lesto
16"
Lesto
20"
1
2
3
4
5R
5L
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
08/0020.27
08/0000.04
08/0020.11
08/6000.25
08/6020.02
08/7020.11
04/7020.05
08/6000.37
08/6000.45
08/0020.13
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-070-00005
08/6000.38
10-060-00020
10-030-00003
10-060-00007
08/1020.20
08/0020.28
08/0000.05
08/0020.11
08/6000.26
08/6020.05
08/7020.12
04/7020.05
08/6000.40
08/6000.45
08/0020.17
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-070-00005
08/6000.39
10-060-00020
10-030-00003
10-060-00007
08/1020.20
08/0020.25
08/0000.03
08/0020.07
08/6000.14
08/6020.03
08/7020.10
08/7020.03
08/6000.24
08/6000.45
08/0020.09
10-010-00002 cpl.
10-070-00005
08/6000.22
10-060-00020
10-030-00024
10-060-00007
08/1020.20
Item
Frame
Fork rigid
Axle housing
Front wheel
Impeller rear right
Impeller rear left
Axle left
Mud guard front
Wheel protection strut
basket brace
Gear hub 3-gear back pedal brake cpl.
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
Mud guard rear
Mud guard brace
Basket
Plug hub
Drive pinion
15
14
5L
1
9
2
7
16
11
13
12
6
8
10
3
11
4
5R
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
68
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Part Grazia
No: 26"-24"
Merano
26"-24"
Item
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9R
9L
10
11
12
12
13
14
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
10-000-00021
10-000-00022
Main frame Grazia/Merano
Chainstays Grazia/Merano
Fork 26" silver sprung
Fork 26" rigid
Axle housing
Cable duct
Ribbed insert for footboard 80x40
Axle f. 24"/26" long 369.9 mm
Axle f. 24"/26" short 299.9 mm
Gear hub 5-gear drum brake cpl.
Laser pinion 7-gear
Impeller rear 24" aluminium hollow chamber
Impeller rear 24" aluminium box
Mud guard 24" rear
Impeller front 26" aluminium hollow chamber hub dynamo
Impeller front 26" aluminium box hub dynamo
Mud guard 26" front
Mud guard brace
Differential gearing
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
Central motor Daum
Motor cover
Crank arm set
Holder for plug contact
Battery brace
Power pack/ battery
Saddle bar Ø 27.2 mm sprung
Saddle bar Ø 31.0 mm rigid
Basket
Box cpl. mounted lockable
10-000-00021
10-000-00022
10-000-00027
10-000-00023
10-000-00036
10-000-00037
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-010-00029 cpl.
10-010-00046
11-060-00004
10-060-00010/black
11-060-00010
10-060-00008/black
10-060-00020
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
11-100-00012
10-100-XXXXX
10-100-00004
10-000-XXXXX
10-000-XXXXX
10-100-XXXXX
10-080-00036
10-000-00025
10-000-00003
10-000-00031
10-000-00037
10-070-00001
10-070-00002
10-010-00029 cpl.
10-010-00046
11-060-00014
10-060-00011/silver
11-060-00002
10-060-00009/silver
10-060-00020
10-070-00007
10-070-00005
11-100-00012
10-100-XXXXX
10-100-00004
10-000-XXXXX
10-000-XXXXX
10-100-XXXXX
10-080-00047
10-030-00002
11-030-00001
27
23
28
25,26
16
5
24
13
1
2
3,4
15
22
19
9L
12
17
18
9R
18
7
8
20
11
18
6
10
21
14
Any unmarked components can be purchased from
specialist shops, as they are not model-specific!
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Exploded drawing
Part
No:
Comfort
Item
1
2
5
6
7
8
9R
9L
10
11
12
14
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
28
30
11.0090.01
11.0090.02
10.000.00028
10.000.00007
11.060.XXXXX
11.060.00004
10.070.00001
10.070.00002
10.060.00012
10.060.00024
10.080.00047
10.000.00008
10.010.00016
10.070.00007
10.070.00005
10.060.00010
10.060.00020
10.030.00001
11.030.00001
10.010.00047
10.080.00048
Frame
Chainstays
Fork 24" rigid
Axle housing
Impeller front 24" aluminium hollow chamber
Impeller rear 24" aluminium hollow chamber
Axle right
Axle left
Mud guard front black
Wheel protection strut
Saddle bar, rigid
Basket brace
Gear hub 7-gear back pedal brake cpl.
Differential gearing
Deep groove ball bearing 6003
Mud guard rear black
Mud guard brace
Basket
Box cpl. Mounted lockable
Laser pinion 3-gear
Saddle with backrest
All losened screw connections must be carefully
retightened after any component adjustment!
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Exploded drawing
Therapy supports
20"
24"
Part
No: 12"
16"
1
03/0015.13
03/0015.16
03/0015.22
2L
03/0015.25 L
03/0015.25 L
2R
03/0015.25 R
3
Item
26"
28"
03/0015.01
03/0015.26
03/0015.50
Frame
03/0015.03 L
03/0015.03 L
03/0015.03 L
03/0015.03 L
Jib left
03/0015.25 R
03/0015.03 R
03/0015.03 R
03/0015.03 R
03/0015.03 R
Jib right
03/0015.33
03/0015.33
03/0015.31
03/0015.08
03/0015.33
03/0015.08
Connecting strut
4
03/0015.02
03/0015.02
03/0015.02
03/0015.02
03/0015.02
03/0015.02
Upper alignment angle
for spring element
5
03/0015.32
03/0015.32
03/0015.32
03/0015.32
03/0015.32
03/0015.32
Lower alignment angle
for rear wheel axle
6
03/0015.43
03/0015.43
03/0015.43
03/0015.43
03/0015.43
03/0015.43
Mounting plate
for rivet nut
7
10-040-00017
150 mm
10-040-00017
150 mm
10-040-00017
150 mm
10-040-00017
150 mm
10-040-00017
150 mm
7
8
03/1015.10
03/1015.10
03/1015.10
03/1015.10
03/1015.10
Spring element
150 mm
10-040-00017
165mm
Spring element
165mm
03/1015.10
Impeller ball bearing
mounted w. cap
Loesen der Sechskantschrauben
Verstellmoeglichkeit E - F
E
F
C
C
Loesen der Sechskantschrauben
Verstellmoeglichkeit C - D
D
D
Loesen der Sechskantschrauben
Verstellmoeglichkeit A - B
B
A
All losened screw connections must be carefully
retightened after any component adjustment!
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Handover certificate trade
Details of dealership:
Company name
Street
Street No.
ZIP/City
Telephone
Customer details:
Name
Street No.
Street
ZIP/City
Email
Product Name
Brand
Delivery Date
Confirmation
❑ I have thoroughly checked the above named product.
❑ The delivery was complete and without any apparent damage.
❑ Comments:
❑ I have received the operating manual including service and maintenance instructions,
and I have received an oral introduction to the product.
❑ I am aware that a seller’s warranty exists for product faults
only. For damage due to wear, resulting from the use of the product,
no warranty is extended, specifically for wear attributable to “normal use”.
Date
72
Signature
Maintenance log
7.0 Maintenance log
Periodic maintenance by an authorised workshop is prerequisite to successful warranty claims. The maintenance
intervals should not surpass 6 months in order to guarantee traffic safety and a technically sound vehicle!
Have all maintenance work documented here:
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
Date
Stamp/ Authorised workshop
Signature
73
Bicycle Passport
Bicycle Passport
Some good advice
Note down the specific data of your cycle immediately after purchase.
You will then be able to provide an accurate description of you vehicle, should it be stolen. This point is of
particular importance if you will be making an insurance claim.
Register your vehicle with the police if possible.
Name
Street No.
Street
ZIP/City
Telephone
Date of Purchase
Vehicle Description
Model:
Frame Number (to be found on the pedal crank housing)
Frame Colour
Mud Guard Colour
Tires (brand and size)
Hub Gearing
Number of Gears
Accessories
Special Features
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Purchase Price
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
In compliance with Appendix VII of the Directive 93/42/EEC on Medical Products
PFIFF Vertriebs GmbH
I/ We
Name and address of the manufacturer
Wilhelmstraße 49
D-49610 Quakenbrück
declare in sole responsibility that the products:
Therapy Trikes
Model Bene
Model Primo
Model Famoso
Model Lesto
Model Picco
Model Robusto Standard
Model Capo
Model Primo-Quad
Model Grazia
Model Mobile
Model Robusto Deluxe
comply with the basic requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC,
Appendix 1.
01.04.2008
Date
Signatures
Martin Schroedter / Theodor Buschermöhle
75
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
In compliance with Appendix VII of the Directive 93/42/EEC on Medical Products
PFIFF Vertriebs GmbH
I/ We
Name and address of the manufacturer
Wilhelmstraße 49
D-49610 Quakenbrück
declare in sole responsibility that the products:
Therapy Cycles
Model Amico 12"
Model Amico 16"
Model Amico 20"
Model Amico 24"
Model Amico 26"
Therapy supports
comply with the basic requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC,
Appendix 1.
01.04.2008
Date
Signatures
Martin Schroedter / Theodor Buschermöhle
76
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
PFIFF Vertriebs GmbH
I/ We
Name and address of the manufacturer
Wilhelmstraße 49
D-49610 Quakenbrück
declare under our sole responsibility that the products:
Model Advanced
Model Alluminio
Model Ally
Model Classic
Model Comfort
Model Elegance
Model Proven
Model ScooterTrike “L” + “S”
Model Special
Model Collettivio
Model Compagno
Model Fusione
Model Unione
fulfils the requirements of the standard and regulations of the
Directive EN14764 therefore corresponds to the regulations of
the Directives.
01.04.2012
Date
Signatures
Martin Schroedter / Theodor Buschermöhle
77
Notes
78
GmbH
PFAU-Tec
reha-technik · entwicklung · konstruktion
by
PFIFF Vertriebs GmbH
Wilhelmstr. 49 · 49610 Quakenbrück · Tel. (0 54 31) 90 06 00 · Fax (0 54 31) 9 00 60 21
www.pfiff-vertrieb.de · E-Mail: info@pfiff-vertrieb.de
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