Townsend SPYDA BOYS 16 FS BIKE, Spyda 16 inch Wheel Size Kids Bike Instruction manual
KIDS BIKE Quick Set-up Guide Handlebar stem bolt This “Set-up” guide is only to be used in conjunction with the full bike manual supplied with your bike. Failure to follow the instructions contained within the bike manual may lead to injury. For additional information on setting up brakes, gear and checking that your new bike is suitable for riding, please visit: www.elswickbikes.co.uk to view our online video tutorial. Handlebar stem Minimum insertion mark Inserting the Handlebars • Remove the plastic cap from the end of the handlebar stem. Discard. • Use the Allen key supplied to slacken the handlebar stem bolt. • Ensure the forks face forward (check rim brakes are at the front). • Insert the handlebar to at least the depth of the minimum insertion mark. • Straighten the handlebars before tightening stem bolt • Check the handlebars rotate freely without interuption from the cables. Cable adjuster screw Attaching the Saddle • Remove the saddle and saddle post from the accessory box. • Insert the saddle post into the seat tube of the bike ensuring insertion to at least the minimum insertion mark on the seat post and tighten to the recommended torque setting. • If the saddle is not pre-fitted to the post then fit the saddle, ensuring it is parallel to the ground and positioned centrally in the rails.. • Tighten the nuts on each side of the saddle clamp equally to avoid obtrusions. • Check that there is no movement by firmly rotating side-to side, and up-and-down. Head tube Minimum insertion mark L Adjusting the Brakes • Ensure the brake callipers are Brake cable secure to the frame Anchor bolt and nut • On the brake arm, loosen the anchor nut and bolt • Squeeze the brake shoes together using one hand and with the other, use a pair of pliers to pull the brake cable tight. • Re-tighten the anchor nut whilst holding the cable in this position. • Using the cable adjuster, adjust the brakes to give a 2mm clearance between the wheel and pad on each side. • Check that the brake works correctly when applied to the rotating wheel. R Attaching the Pedals IMPORTANT: Each pedal is diﬀerent and incorrect fitment will invalidate your warranty. • The pedal marked “R” (Right) must be attached to the pedal arm on the side of the bike with the chain. This is tightened in a CLOCKWISE direction. • The pedal marked “L” (Left) attaches to the pedal arm on the side of the bike without the chain. This is tightened in a ANTI-CLOCKWISE direction. • Pedals should be fitted by hand and finally tightened with the spanner supplied to avoid cross-threading. MV Sports and Leisure Ltd, 35 Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, B35 7AG. Front fork Attaching the Front Wheel Locating tab • After removing the plastic fork protector, loosen the axle nuts and slot into the fork, paying Wheel nut attention to any rotational marking on the tyre. • Ensure that the wheelnut and safety washer are located on the outside of the fork and the washer tabs are located in the safety hole. • Ensure the wheel is centred in the fork and evenly tighten both wheel nuts firmly to the recommended torque. ATTENTION! If your bike is fitted with a Quick Release Hub then please refer to the instruction manual for details relating to safe and proper installation to avoid injury.
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