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Video Instructions

Unboxing

Start by carefully taking the bike out of the box and removing the package material. In the box you’ll find the additional accessories and a small box containing the needed allen keys.

Mount the kickstand

Next, you’ll need to attach the kickstand using Allen key 8. After properly mounting the stand
and tightening it, you can place the bike in an upright position. Make sure you screw the
bolt through the frame together with the spacer ring into the kickstand.

Front fork, fender & fender rods

Before you attach the fender, make sure the front fork is placed in the correct position. The next steps are explained in the video.

Front Wheel

Undo the axle nuts on either side of the wheel axle and take them off together with the safety
and spacer rings. Place the front wheel axle into the gap at the end of the front fork. Look at
the rotation direction of the wheel facing forward. The next steps are explained in the video.

Install the pedals and saddle

The pedals are marked “L” or “R” on the end face of each spindle. The right pedal (“R”) goes on the right side of the bike (the chain side). Using your hand, begin threading the right pedal into the right crank arm by turning the pedal spindle clockwise. The next steps are explained in the video.

And that's it,

congratulations!

You’re ready to

take your first ride

on your new

Veloretti bike.

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+31(0)20-2611433
Customer Care from
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Email: info@veloretti.com

Before you hit the road

1

Pump it up

Pump up your tires to the amount of pressure that you like best. Use the valve adapter that is placed on one of the tires and make sure that you unscrew the small nut inside the valve a little to permit airflow. After the tire is inflated tighten the small nut again and use the valve adapter to pump up the other tire. For video instructions, click here.

2

Final check

Make sure that the bolts surrounding the front wheel and the pedals are securely tightened.

3

Maintenance

Lubricate your chain regularly in order to keep the chain in a proper condition and to avoid wear and tear.