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Setting up your new e-bike

Setting up your new e-bike

Congratulations on your new e-bike purchase! Now that you’ve received your new e-bike from Pure Electric, we hope that you’ll be 100% happy with it.

 

Our expert technicians have carefully checked, built and packed your e-bike – there are now just a few easy steps before you can get riding. Don’t worry, we’ve supplied the tools in the box, so all you need to do is follow these simple instructions to get going!

 

1. Remove the e-bike and the spares package from the box, keeping the internal packaging inside the box for safe keeping*. You’ll also find a special battery return box inside, which must be kept for the life of the bike.
* We strongly recommend that you keep the box for at least 30 days in case that you need to return the bike.

2. After removing all protective packaging from the e-bike, loosen and remove the faceplate bolts and the faceplate itself with the correct-fitting Allen key provided in the spares package.

 

 

1. Remove the e-bike and the spares package from the box, keeping the internal packaging inside the box for safe keeping*. You’ll also find a special battery return box inside, which must be kept for the life of the bike.
* We strongly recommend that you keep the box for at least 30 days in case that you need to return the bike.

2. After removing all protective packaging from the e-bike, loosen and remove the faceplate bolts and the faceplate itself with the correct-fitting Allen key provided in the spares package.

 

3. Align the handlebar with brake levers facing forward (the right lever operates the front brake), and replace the faceplate to encompass it. Reinsert the bolts with your fingers, making sure that they’re straight. If they are difficult to turn, carefully undo and retry

4. Once the bolts are loosely in place, you can adjust the handlebar to a centralised position and to your chosen comfortable angle.

 

3. Align the handlebar with brake levers facing forward (the right lever operates the front brake), and replace the faceplate to encompass it. Reinsert the bolts with your fingers, making sure that they’re straight. If they are difficult to turn, carefully undo and retry

4. Once the bolts are loosely in place, you can adjust the handlebar to a centralised position and to your chosen comfortable angle.

5. Using the same Allen key, tighten the stem bolts gradually in a criss-cross pattern. The aim is to have even gaps between the stem and faceplate. Using only a two-fingered grip on the Allen key, tighten until you can’t tighten the bolts any more.

 

6. Using your fingers, begin to fit the pedals to the matching colour-coded cranks, turning them in the direction that the wheels turn when riding. Once the pedals are loosely installed, tighten with the supplied 15mm spanner or correct-size Allen key.

5. Using the same Allen key, tighten the stem bolts gradually in a criss-cross pattern. The aim is to have even gaps between the stem and faceplate. Using only a two-fingered grip on the Allen key, tighten until you can’t tighten the bolts any more.

6. Using your fingers, begin to fit the pedals to the matching colour-coded cranks, turning them in the direction that the wheels turn when riding. Once the pedals are loosely installed, tighten with the supplied 15mm spanner or correct-size Allen key.

5. Using the same Allen key, tighten the stem bolts gradually in a criss-cross pattern. The aim is to have even gaps between the stem and faceplate. Using only a two-fingered grip on the Allen key, tighten until you can’t tighten the bolts any more.

6. Using your fingers, begin to fit the pedals to the matching colour-coded cranks, turning them in the direction that the wheels turn when riding. Once the pedals are loosely installed, tighten with the supplied 15mm spanner or correct-size Allen key.

7. Adjust the saddle height to your liking by loosening the Allen key bolt found on the seat clamp. Raise the saddle to a comfortable height, then tighten the bolt until secure using the supplied Allen key.

8. Make sure that you fully charge your e-bike for a full eight hours before riding it. This will help to prolong the long-term life of the battery.

7. Adjust the saddle height to your liking by loosening the Allen key bolt found on the seat clamp. Raise the saddle to a comfortable height, then tighten the bolt until secure using the supplied Allen key.

8. Make sure that you fully charge your e-bike for a full eight hours before riding it. This will help to prolong the long-term life of the battery.

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