saddle leash
SADDLE LEASH
Thank you for your purchase! At MSW we believe having essential accessories
makes a good bike ride great. The MSW Saddle Leash will provide an extra
amount of security and help to ensure that your saddle will continue to stay
with your bike when you leave it.
2. Loosen the bolt or bolts that tighten the saddle clamps of the seatpost and
remove the saddle (figure 2).
WARNING: CYCLING CAN BE DANGEROUS. BICYCLE PRODUCTS
SHOULD BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY A PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC.
NEVER MODIFY YOUR BICYCLE OR ACCESSORIES. READ AND FOLLOW ALL
PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS INCLUDING INFORMATION ON THE
MANUFACTURER’S WEBSITE. INSPECT YOUR BICYCLE BEFORE EVERY RIDE.
ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET.
Consult your local law enforcement for ordinances and laws that pertain to
riding a bicycle at night. We strongly recommend using a front and rear light
as well as wheel and pedal reflectors when riding at night. The best way to
stay safe is to ride defensively.
WARNING: No bicycle lock is theft-proof. Cable locks offer security
in the form of a deterrent, and should be used in conjunction with situational
awareness for more effective protection. Cable locks should only be used for
brief stops where the bicycle will not be left alone for extended periods of time.
Use secure bicycle parking if you can and avoid leaving the bicycle in isolated
or dimly lit areas. Secure the bicycle to an immovable object such as a bike
rack or street furniture. For best results, run the cable through both wheels
as well as the frame if possible.
Figure 2
3. Slide the open loop over the top and bottom of the saddle clamp keeping
it to the inside near the seatpost shaft (figure 3).
For additional product and safety information go to: www.mswbike.com/safety.
COMPATIBILITY & INTENDED USE
The MSW Saddle Leash is designed to provide a deterrent to saddle and
seatpost theft. It is compatible with most frames and seatposts.
TOOLS
Figure 3
Hex wrench that fits your seatpost saddle clamp bolt
INSTALLATION
1. Wrap the saddle leash around the seatstay of your frame and loop one end
of the leash through the loop at the other end (figure 1).
4. Reinstall the saddle and tighten the bolt or bolts that tighten the saddle
clamps to the saddle, returning the saddle to the original position
(figure 3). Seatpost bolts should be tightened to the manufacturer’s
torque specifications.
5. Wind the excess saddle leash around the seatpost shaft to keep it out
of the way (figure 4).
Figure 1
Figure 4
WARRANTY PROCESS
If you and your shop think your MSW product is worthy of a warranty
inspection, please return the product to the original place of purchase,
accompanied by a sales receipt.
For complete warranty information, visit www.mswbike.com/safety/warranty.
6400 WEST 105TH STREET // BLOOMINGTON, MN 55438 // 1-855-883-6563 // WWW.MSWBIKE.COM
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