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    Please read this before you start assembling your new bike. Be sure to watch the video below to see how it all goes together. If you have any doubts about your ability to properly assemble your bike, Wabi Cycles strongly recommends you find a local bike mechanic to do the work. This is not expensive, and is usually quick and easy.

    Your bike was completely assembled and tested before being packed for shipment. The shipping process requires us to remove a few items, which you will have to reinstall.

    Handlebars
    Use the 4 bolts in the stem cap to secure the handlebars. Tighten by hand, evenly until snug. Then, in an X pattern, continue tightening ¼ turn each to 6Nm (53 inch/lbs). Further detail on this process can be found here: Handlebar installation instructions.

    Front Wheel
    Use the bolts supplied with your wheel and tighten to 20Nm (177 inch/lbs). Note that your brakes have quick releases (QR) to allow removing the wheel easier. Place the cam in the up position for removing and installing wheels. Make sure you switch the cam down for riding—otherwise your brakes may not work properly.

    Seatpost and Saddle
    Install and tighten bolt to 5Nm (44 inch/lbs). Remember to remove your post and oil it every few months, as failure to do so may make removal impossible years down the road.

    For your safety:

    • After you have ridden your bike a few times, check to ensure the crank arm bolts are tightened to 40Nm (354 inch/lbs)—these may loosen as the arms seat themselves.  
    • Always wear your helmet and other protective gear.
    • Wabi never recommends removing your brakes, as cool as it may look!

     

    If you need to remove the fork or replace the headset, installation instructions can be found here: Headset installation instructions.

    Thank you for your purchase. From all of us at Wabi Cycles, we wish you many years of enjoyment on your beautiful new bike.