Assembling your brand new beach cruiser will take approximately 15 minutes. Following these step by step instructions will help make the assembly process faster and easier. To begin, your beach cruiser will arrive in a box as show in figure 1A. For a basic mens' or womens' cruiser the dimensions of the box are 57" long by 27" high and 7" wide. The tools that are needed to assembly the bicycle are a tire pump, an alan wrench with variable sizes, phillips head screw driver, scissors, a 5/8 wrench and a 14mm wrench. If you have a rachet set with the same dimension atttachments that will also work. Please see fig. 2A.

We recommend setting up your workplace as show in fig. 2B, either using a shelf or table to keep your tools organized, this will help speed up the assembly process. Your cruiser will be tightly packaged after removing it from the box. See fig. 3A and 3B. The wheels, handlebars, pedals, and seatpost will be all be zip tied together. The seat and owners manual will be on the bottom of the box. The frame will come wrapped in cardboard, we recommend leaving that on throughout the assembly process to prevent the frame from getting scratched.

We recommend resting your bike on top of the box after removing it. Fig. 3C points out the three zip ties that will be securing the wheel to the packaging. Cut all three and all other reaming zip ties. This will free all parts from the packaging. Set the parts to the side until it is time to use them in the assembly process.

Step one will be to put the front wheel on your cruiser. You will begin by loosening the bolts on the side of the wheel. Loosen the bolts enough to allow the fork to slide on to the wheel. Please see fig. 4C below.

After you have slid the wheel on to the forks, tighten the bolts by hand. Then to provide final tightening use the 5/8 wrench. Repeat process on both sides. See fig. 4D and 4E.

After the front wheel is tightened on, put kick stand down and stand bike upright. Fig. 4F.

After fastening on the wheels the next step will be to put on the pedals. The pedals will be labeled R for right and L for left. Fig. 5A. The left pedal will screw on in a counter clockwise motion, and the right will screw on in a clockwise motion. Fig. 5B. To provide final tightening use the 5/8ths wrench.

Next will be to install the handlebars. The stem of the handlebars will fit into a hole on the top of the fork. See fig. 6A. Insert stem and find your desired height. After deciding on the height you will tighten the bolt on top of the handlebars using the alan wrench. Fig. 6B.

After securing the height of the handlebars you will next need to adjust the angle of the handlebars using the alan wrench. Start by loosening the bolt in front of the handlebars. Figs. 6C & Fig. D. Adjust angle of handlebars accordingly, after you've found an agle you are happy with tighten the bolt to lock in the angle.

The last part of assembly will be to attach the seatpost to your seat, and then the seat to your cruiser. Start by inserting the seatpost into the seat post hole located on the bottom of the seat. Figs. 7A & 7B.

After the seatpost is inserted you will need to tighten the bolt on the side of the seatpost hole using the 14mm wrench. Figs. 7C & 7D. The seat angle can be adjusted by loosening this bolt and tilting the seat up or down. Make sure after finding desired seat angle the bolt is tightened to ensure your seat will not move during riding.

After the seatpost is tightened on to the seat, you will inseart the seatpost in to the frame of the bike. Fig. 7E. After finding the desired height of your seat you will use the alan wrench to tighten screw and securely fasten the seat to your curiser. Figs. 7F & 7G.

Once the seat is in place your cruiser will be fully assembled. The last step will be to remove all remaining packaging from the frame. Fig. 8A. Also, make sure to pump the tires, the tires will come partiarlly pumped but not entirely.

The only thing left to do is to take your brand new beach cruiser from for a ride!

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