You will receive two boxes - the bigger one has the bike and the smaller one contains the tool kit, charger, pedals and any additional accessories you may have purchased. We recommend carefully cutting the bike box around 3 sides (see picture) so the flap folds down all the way.
After opening the boxes, carefully remove the club caddie and unwrap the styrofoam packaging. Once complete, you should have everything seen in the picture (more if you purchased additional accessories).
Before installing the handlebars, be sure to put both rubber gaskets over handlebar post (see picture). The handlebars will slide into the two holes near the front stem of bike. Make sure to slide handlebars in far enough so you can no longer see the little dashed lines. Once at the height you want, tighten the 4 bolts with allen wrench (make sure to tighten bolts back and forth until both bolts can no longer be tightened). Do this for each side.
Install Front Tire
First, remove the plastic piece between the front axle. Next, make sure the disc brake is on the correct side (the side of bike with disc pads) and carefully lift the front of bike off the ground so the front tire can be inserted through the fork. Make sure the disc brake lines up between the pads and that the tire is resting on the bolts on each side. Finally, unscrew the quick release pin and insert through the axle. Screw it back together with the springs in the same position they were in.
Screw Pedals On
The pedals will be marked with an "R" and "L". If sitting on the bike, your right leg will get the "R" pedal and left leg will get the "L". The left side is reverse thread, meaning you will start twisting the pedal counter-clockwise. The right side is normal and can be screwed in clockwise. Once hand tightened, use the wrench with a "15" to tighten all the way.
The hardware for headlight will already be on the bike. To install - remove the nuts, slide the bolts out so the headlight bracket fits between the spacers, then slide bolts back and put nuts on and tighten with the correct allen wrench and the size "13" wrench. Before tightening all the way, make sure to adjust the headlight so it is pointing straight ahead. Lastly, connect the wire from headlight to the wire coming from bike.
Put Front Fender On
The hardware for front fender will also already be installed on the bike. Slide the fender over the front tire so the tab lines up with the bolt under the headlight and the two wire connectors are near the front axle. Unscrew the allen bolts from front axle and put them through the holes in wire. Screw back in but don't tighten all the way yet. Do the same with the tab on top of fender. Before tightening make sure the fender is high enough so it will not rub on tire. Make sure to tighten the sides after the top has been tightened.
Connect the seat to the seat post by loosening the knob on seat post. Turn sideways and place around the two bars under seat. Using allen wrench, start tightening the bolt under seat. Before tightening all the way, place seat in tube and make sure it is tilted how you like. Hold in place and finish tightening bolt. Insert seat post into tube and tighten quick release.
*Note: quick release will have to be very tight to hold seat in place.
At this point, your bike has been assembled. We recommend fully charging your bike. To do this, line up the 3 holes and insert charger into bike, then plug other end into outlet. The light will be red while charging and turn green when complete.