Assembly Instructions

Assembly Instructions
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If you have any questions or problems with your new
Port Runner, please do NOT contact West Marine.
Please call our friendly technical staff for assistance.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for choosing our product to help improve your boating
experience. Your new Port Runner folding bike will give you years of
trouble-free performance.
If you have any questions, call:
1-800-270-4262
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING YOUR NEW BIKE.
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Additional safety information is available in your
“Bicycle Owners Manual” which is supplied
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Before you ride your bike you should know all of
the safety regulations in your area. Please observe
all safety regulations and rules of the road.
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If your bike has been damaged or any of the quick
lock features are not working properly, do not ride
your bike. Have it serviced by a qualified
technician.
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Before each bike ride we suggest that you examine
your bike, adjust and tighten all fittings and quick
connect locks, and check your brakes and tire
pressure.
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Before you ride your new bike, we recommend
that you have it checked out by a professional
bike technician. This will insure your safety and
insure maximum performance.
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be able to successfully fold, or unfold your new bike
in a matter of seconds. Always follow the sequence
provided in this instruction guide.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
For your safety and enjoyment it is important for you
to practice the folding and unfolding of your bicycle
several times before riding it for the first time. After
carefully following these simple instructions you should
LIMITED WARRANTY
This bike includes the following warranty, which is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
FRAME, FORK & COMPONENANTS are warranted against faulty materials and workmanship for a
period of one year from date of purchase by the initial consumer purchaser, subject to the conditions set
forth below. A copy of the dated sales receipt will be required for all warranty claims.
separately with this bicycle. Please read it
thoroughly before operating this bike.
LIMITATIONS & EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or any damage, failure or loss caused by:
1. Accident, neglect, abuse, misuse or loss of supplied parts
2. Competitive cycling in any form or cycling events
3. Stunt riding, ramp jumping, acrobatics or similar activities
4. Use with a motor as a power driven source
5. Improper assembly, maintenance or alterations of any kind
6. Failure to follow instructions in the owner’s manual and/or assembly instructions
7. Rust or corrosion due to exposure to the elements
Maximum rider weight should not exceed 240 lbs.
To qualify under the terms of this warranty the defective part must be presented to the store in which
the bike was purchased, or to the manufacturer’s warranty center, along with the dated sales receipt.
If the claim qualifies under the terms of this warranty, the maker will, at its option repair or replace the
defective part, without charge, except for labor and shipping costs, if any, to the original purchaser.
Repair or replacement of the defective part constitutes the sole and only remedy under this warranty.
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Unfolding Pedals. Simply pull up on your pedal until it snaps into place.
You may easily fold your pedals away for storage by pushing them in
slightly towards the bike frame, and then folding up.
PLEASE READ YOUR
“BICYCLE OWNER’S MANUAL”
BEFORE OPERATING THIS BICYCLE.
If you have any questions or problems with your new
Port Runner, please do NOT contact West Marine.
Please call our friendly technical staff for assistance.
K NOWING Y OUR B IKE
Step 5
A
B
C
D
E
A
Seat Assembly (includes: seat, seat post,
B
C
D
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Frame Lock
Handle Bar Lock
Quick Release Seat Lever
Folding Pedals
luggage rack)
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F OLDING Y OUR B IKE
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Step 1
Step 3
Unpacking your bike. Carefully remove all protective
wrapping and discard. Set the Seat Assembly aside for
a moment. Standing on the bike chain side of the bike,
swing the front and rear halves of the bike apart.
Secure the Handle Bar Lock. Swing the handle bar up into position.
Align the wedge shaped block into position and tighten down the
locking handle by turning it clockwise, until secure.
Step 2
Step 4
Secure the quick connect Frame Lock. Be sure that
the spring loaded bolt is tight and the fold down lever
rests flush against the surface. Fold down the quick
connect lever. It should lock firmly in place.
Install the Seat Assembly. Install the Seat Assembly post into position
to your desired height. Tighten the Quick Release Seat Lever by
pushing forward until firm. Caution: If the Seat Assembly can still turn
from side to side, or slide up and down, you will need to tighten the
adjusting nut on the other side of the Quick Release Seat Lever before
securing. Note: 15 lb maximum weight for the Luggage Rack.
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