Product details of Mountain Bike 20 Stark Full Suspension Disc Brakes mtb
Steel With suspension
Steel With suspension
Front and Rear Mechanical Disc Brakes
Aero double wall
Front and Rear Steel Black
Front and Rear mudguards
Congratulations on your newly purchased bike from Progress Bicycle Corp! Now that you have a beautiful, eye-catching, sturdy bike let's set it up so you can finally ride it.
Here are some easy to follow steps to help you set up your shiny new disc brake racing bike.
Step 1: Take the bike out of the box. Wow! Doesn't it look good?
Here is a picture of the bike out of the box.
Step 2: Take off all the plastic tie locks, cardboards and wrappers.
Use a small pointed tip to loosen the tie-locks. You can use a small pointed nail file or cutter blade like the one shown here in the picture. But always be careful in using any sharp pointed objects.
Step 3: Now that your bike is free of any cover and locks, it's time to put your bike together.
Set aside the front wheel that you just untied from the frame of the bike. Balance the bike on the floor just like the picture shown here.
Step 4: Screw on the chainwheel then mount the frame to the front wheel.
Slide the wheel securely inside the slot.
Step 5: Screw the wheel on using the long thin screw found inside the box.
It looks like this.
Don't forget to lock it in place after you have screwed it on tightly. Lock it by pulling the screw flap up.
Step 6: Now that your wheels are all set, let's set up the handle bar.
Start by turning this head tube towards you.
Step 7: Take off the 4 screws and their washers from the head tube. (Washers are small thin plates with a hole in it)
Don't lose the screws/washers and the attached metal that you just unscrewed. You will need all of them later.
Step 8: Gently lift the attached handle bar and align it to the head tube.
You will know it is aligned when the "HS" logo is right in the middle.
Step 9: We're almost done! Put back the metal and screw back all the screws/washers.
Step 10: Tighten up the screws on the other side of the head tube.
Let's now attach the saddle seat.
Step 11: Loosen the screw on the frame for the seat post to slide gently down. Adjust it to the height you like. When you're satisfied with the height, screw it back tightly on.
Step 12: Put the saddle seat on and screw it on tightly.
Step 13: Pedals are the last thing we need to complete the bike.
You'll know which side is which by looking at the side metals of the pedals. You'll see a carved "R" for the right pedal and a carved "L" for the left pedal.
Step 17: Screw the pedals on and tighten them up by using a small wrench.
Step 18: Put in 2 screws on the frame. You can use your hands to tighten them.
Step 19: Last step! Screw on the bike stand at the back.
Safety First! Make sure you have a break light and refector for other motorists to see you clearly.
Screw on the brake reflector light at the back and in front of your bike.
And you're done!