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PDF Content Summary: M ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT - (English) Read this supplement and your Cannondale Bicycle Owner’s Manual. Both contain important safety information. Keep both for future reference. Explicit Definitions In this supplement, particularly important information is presented in the following ways: DANGER Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in death or serious injury. NOTICE Indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage. 134903 Rev2 CD EB OMS COVER A5 EN 2.indd 2 1 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH Cannondale Supplements CONTENTS This manual is a “supplement” to your Cannondale Bicycle Owner’s Manual. This supplement provides additional and important model specific safety, maintenance, and technical Cannondale Electric Bike - (E-Bike) information. It may be one of several important manuals/supplements for your bike; obtain and read all Identification ..................................................................................2 of them. Please contact your Authorized Cannondale Dealer Safety Information ...................................................................3-7 immediately if you need a manual or supplement, or Maintenance ..............................................................................8-9 have a question about your bike. You may also contact us using the appropriate country/region/location Notes/Record ..............................................................................10 information. See Contacting Cannondale in this supplement. MODELS APPENDIX .............................................................(end) You can download Adobe Acrobat PDF versions of any manual/supplement from our website: Drive-Assist System cannondale.com The manufacturer’s owner’s manuals and instructions This supplement contains information for the following models listed in MODELS APPENDIX. for the operation and maintenance of the drive-assist system are available as electronic downloads (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format) from our website. Obtain and read these materials BEFORE you operate the bike. Your Authorized Cannondale Dealer To make sure your bike is serviced and maintained Do not operate your E-Bike until you have read correctly, and that you protect applicable warranties, and understand the manufacturer’s manuals and please coordinate all service and maintenance through instructions. your Authorized Cannondale Dealer. Please go to the “MODELS APPENDIX” section NOTICE of this supplement to find information on how to download the manufacturer’s drive-assist system Unauthorized service, maintenance, or repair parts manuals. can result in serious damage and void your warranty. You may also visit the SUPPORT section of our website and select your bike model: cannondale.com/en/USA/Support/ Contacting Cannondale OwnerManuals/E-Series cannondale.com. Cannondale USA Cycling Sports Group, Inc. 1 Cannondale Way, Wilton CT, 06897, USA 1-800-726-BIKE (2453) Cycling Sports Group Europe B.V Mail: Postbus 5100 Visits: Hanzepoort 27 7570 GC, OLDENZAAL, Netherlands Tel: +41 61 551 14 80 Fax:+31 54 151 42 40 e1 ⁕2002/24⁕XXXX ⁕ XRD11132XBF100001 ⁕ --- db(A) - ---min-1 Vehicle Category: A Make: Cannondale 6 5 4 123 1.-- 10. 34Z, 30z 2.-- 26Z, 23Z 3.-- 21Z, 19Z 124.-- 17Z, 15Z 11 5.-- 13Z, 11Z 6. 0.275.007.031 11. -- 7.-- 12. -- 7.a -- 8.-- EN ISO 4210 9. 20Z 7 7a 8 9 10 ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT IDENTIFICATION E-Bike Parts An example E-Bike model is shown below. Your actual model and the accessories (e.g. lighting, fenders, rack, kickstand) may be different. SERIAL 15 1 Frame 2 Drive motor 3 Drive display/control unit 4 Drive battery 5 Front chain ring 11 14 1310 6 6 Rear chain ring 10 Fender 15 Key 7 Drive sensor/spoke 11 Rear Rack 16 Serial Number (ID) magnet 12 Kickstand 17 Label 8 Head Lamp 13 Number plate holder 9 Rear Lamp 14 Number plate light Keys Replacement information by key provider: The drive system is turned ON and OFF using a key. Keys may also operate accessories and locks, if equipped. Keys are identified by the serial number, SERIAL. Please record the key serial number for future use and key replacement. If your keys are ever lost or stolen, or you would like additional spares, please contact the key provider. NOTICE Don’t ride with key in battery lock. Always remove the key from the lock after using it. Keys may be stolen or break off accidentally in the lock. Keep your spare key in a safe place. Record SERIAL here. 2 134903 Rev 2. 3 5 8 10 12 9 7 1 4 2 15 17 16 axa-stenman.com abus.com trelock.de/web/ en/services/schluesselservice/ schluesselservice.php 16
3 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH SAFETY INFORMATION Intended Use Electric bikes, also known as “E-Bikes” are bicycles equipped with an electric pedal assist drive system. An E-Bike IS NOT a moped or motorcycle. Drive System The drive-assist system consists of a drive unit, a battery, a computer control, and various electronic components (harness wires, sensors, and switches). This model bike does share components common with pedal-only bikes. There are many different drive-assist systems for differing uses and bike types. Likewise there are various drive-assist system manufacturers (Shimano, BOSCH, Yamaha, etc.) It is important to know that when the drive-assist system is turned ON, the drive unit engages to provide power only while you are pedaling. The amount of power provided by the drive unit depends on your pedaling force and the assistance mode/level you set with the handlebar control unit. At anytime, if you stop pedaling, the drive-assist will dis-engage. In all modes/levels, the drive-assist system power reduces progressively and cuts off as the bike reaches a the maximum allowable speed. The drive-assist re-engages when speed drops below the maximum allowable speed as long as the pedals are turning. Whenever the drive-assist system is turned OFF, you can pedal the bike normally. The drive system will not engage. UNDERSTAND YOUR BIKE , DRIVE-ASSIST SYSTEM AND THE INTENDED USE OF BOTH. USING YOUR BIKE THE WRONG WAY IS DANGEROUS. Please read your Cannondale Bicycle Owner’s Manual for more information about Intended Use and Conditions 1-5. DRIVE SYSTEM: You must follow the manufacturer’s instruction for intended use or limitation. Please consult the manufacturer’s owner’s manuals and instructions. Please consult the MODEL APPENDIX section of this supplement for more information. MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS - In addition to this supplement, you must read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for all components of the drive-assist system: Drive Unit Battery Display/Control Unit Charger These instructions contain correct operation, service and maintenance information. Drive system instructions can be also be found at: cannondale.com/en/USA/Support/ OwnerManuals/E-Series cannondale.com. No Modification DO NOT MODIFY THIS BICYCLE/DRIVE SYSTEM/ IN ANY WAY FOR ANY REASON. Doing so can result in severe damage, faulty or dangerous operating conditions, or violation of local laws. Dealers and Owners MUST NOT change, alter, or modify in any way the original components of the bicycle or drive-assist system (e.g. the specified sizing of the attached gear ratios (front/rear chain rings) ). Attempts to “hot-rod” or “improve” the speed of the bike are dangerous to the rider. Use only specified Cannondale and/or manufacturer drive-assist service and replacement parts. YOU CAN BE YOU SERIOUSLY INJURED, PARALYZED OR KILLED IF YOU IGNORE WARNINGS.
ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT SAFETY INFORMATION Compliance/Regulation Operation YOU MUST OBEY ALL LOCAL LAWS & REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS - It is your responsibility to identify and follow all local laws and regulations necessary for legal compliance. Compliance with local regulation is critical ALWAYS WEAR AN APPROVED BICYCLE HELMET AND ALL OTHER PROTECTIVE GEAR (e.g. GLOVES, PADS, AND CYCLING SHOES). to the safety of a rider and others where the bike is used. IMPORTANCE OF PRACTICE & RIDER TRAINING Here are some important specifications related to compliance with local laws: - Before you ride this bike, practice riding in a safe area free from hazards. Take time to learn to bike’s controls and performance. Practice the controls and VEHICLE CLASS - A definition (California, USA) of the gain the experience necessary to avoid the many different types of E-Bikes, E-Bike labeling and legal use hazards you will encounter while riding. areas, including any required additional equipment, registration, and applicable rider age restrictions. DO NOT RIDE “HANDS-OFF - Keep you hands on the handlebars when riding the bike. If you remove VEHICLE CATEGORY - A definition of the European your hands from the handlebar while riding, you can Union of the different types of E-Bikes, who and where lose control of the bicycle and crash. they may be used, necessary additional equipment such as lighting and signaling devices as well as any necessary insurance and licensing. CHANGING THE ASSISTANCE LEVEL WHILE RIDING - Changing the drive-assistance level while riding will increase or decrease the acceleration of MINIMUM OPERATOR AGE - A minimum age the bike. You should anticipate this change in speed requirement for a rider of the E-Bike. This restriction as and react appropriately depending on the riding well as speed and additional equipment requirements conditions. (such as on slippery trails, tight turns, or (light, helmets, license plates, signal lamps, etc.) unstable or uneven surfaces). Set assistance level Follow any state or local laws for any minimum age restrictions for E-Bikes. to “ECO” (lowest assist) or “OFF” before descending technical trails, (e.g. tight downhill switchbacks).” Ask your local Authorized Cannondale Dealer for more information about operating an electrically assisted pedal bicycle in your area. WHEN NOT RIDING - TURN THE DRIVE SYSTEM OFF and REMOVE THE BATTERY , KEY, AND CONTROL UNIT AND STORE ALL IN A SECURE AREA TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED USE. Remove Please consult the MODEL APPENDIX section of this supplement for more information. the battery and key when the bike is parked for long periods. DO NOT RIDE THE E-BIKE WITHOUT THE BATTERY. MAKE SURE THE BATTERY IS FULLY CHARGED BEFORE EVERY RIDE. This will help ensure adequate battery power for necessary lighting and the drive system. DO NOT REMOVE ANY LIGHTING OR REFLECTORS AND DO NOT RIDE IF THEY DO NOT WORK. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO OPERATE OR COME INTO CONTACT WITH E-BIKE OR ITS PARTS. ONLY TURN THE DRIVE SYSTEM ON WHEN YOU ARE SEATED WITH YOUR HANDS ON THE HANDLEBAR READY TO RIDE. 4 134903 Rev 2.
5 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH ACCIDENTAL ACTIVATION - Always remove battery Commuting from the bike before working on the bicycle or if you transport the bike by car or plane. Accidental activation of the bicycle drive system can result in serious injury. The drive system will not function without the computer unit attached to the base properly. If the computer disconnects from the base during operation, the drive system will shut off. If this happens you will have to stop the bike, turn the system off , re-attach the computer to the base, and EQUIPMENT - Any bicycle Including an E-Bikes must be properly equipped for commuting including any legally required lights, signals, and registrations. Ask your Authorized Cannondale Retailer about commuting and if your bike’s intended use suited to commuting and it is properly equipped. then turn the system back on to resume. Remove the computer when not operating the bike to prevent theft or unauthorized use. DANGERS - Operating an E-bike as a commuting vehicle is no less dangerous than an ordinary pedal bike or automobile. E-Bikes are certainly not YOUR INSURANCE POLICIES - Your insurance policies (e.g. liability, property and injury) may not provide coverage for accidents involving the use of designed to protect you in a crash. Do not assume the bike or its drive capability will protect you or keep you from being involved in a serious accident. this bicycle. To determine if coverage is provided you should contact your insurance company or agent. Also, make sure your speed e-bike is insured NIGHT RIDING- Riding at night on a E-Bike or pedal- only bikes is very hazardous. and registered according to the local laws. Read the topic “Riding at Night” in your Cannondale RIDE SENSIBLY, RIDE SAFELY AROUND OTHERS - The application of power by means of the electric Bicycle Owner’s Manual now for more information on the many hazards of riding at night. motor assist means that riders can reach high speed. You must operate with a very high degree of Riding faster increases the risks of serious accidents. awareness and precaution to only reduce the risk Watch out for other vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians, of death or serious injury. and animals where you ride. Always operate under control and at a safe speed. Others may not be aware of you. It is your responsibility to anticipate No Child Seats or Trailers and react to avoid accidents. E-BIKES ARE HEAVIER THAN ORDINARY BIKES - Always park the bike in a suitable safe area away from children, cars or animals that may come into contact with it. Park the bike so that it cannot fall over possibly resulting in injuries. Child seats and trailers or racks can not be used and are not allowed to be used with your Cannondale E-Bike. DO NOT RIDE INTO OR ATTEMPT TO RIDE THROUGH WATER OR SUB-MERGE ANY PART OF THE BIKE. If you ride through water you can lose control of the bike or the drive-assist system can become disabled or damage. SAFETY INFORMATION YOU CAN BE YOU SERIOUSLY INJURED, PARALYZED OR KILLED IF YOU IGNORE WARNINGS. ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT SAFETY INFORMATION Battery & Charger DANGER CHARGING - Remove battery from bike before charging. Bring indoors and allow to reach room temperature before charging. Make sure charger and A/C outlet are the same voltage. The battery pack voltage must match the battery pack charging voltage of the charger. Otherwise, there is risk of fire and explosion. REPLACEMENT - Only use the battery pack and charger indicated in the MODEL TECHNICAL of this supplement. Do not use other batteries or chargers. Do not use the charger to charge other batteries. PREVENT DAMAGE - Do not drop the battery or charger. Do not open, disassemble, or modify the battery or charger. No user serviceable parts inside. Keep the battery out of intense sunlight. Keep away from heat. Heat will damage the battery. Keep battery away from paper clips, coins, keys, nails, screws or other small metal items, to prevent shorting exposed battery contacts. Shorting battery contacts can cause severe burns, fire, or explosion. ACCIDENTAL ACTIVATION - Always remove battery from the bike before working on the bicycle or if you transport the bike by car or plane. Accidental activation of the bicycle drive system can result in serious injury. STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION - When the battery is not in use in the bicycle, its transportation is subject to hazardous materials regulation. Special packaging and labeling requirements may exist. Contact local authorities for specific requirements. Never transport a damaged battery. Insulate battery contacts before packaging. Package battery inside a shipping container to prevent damage. The battery must be removed before flying and may be subject to special handling by the air carrier. Locate both charger and battery indoors, in a clean, dry area with good ventilation to charge. Make sure the area is free from combustibles to avoid fire from sparks or overheating. Keep charger ventilation openings unobstructed. Do not cover the charger or the battery. Disconnect the battery from the charger unit when fully charged. Do not leave a fully charged battery connected to the charger. Unplug the charger from the wall outlet when not in use. Maintain the battery and the charger as directed by the manufacturer’s instructions. DISPOSAL- Battery pack/charger contain regulated materials and must be disposed/discarded in accordance with national and/or local laws. Do not discard the battery/charger into fire, water or ordinary household waste/garbage. Take to a waste facility/recycler. + + FAILURE TO OBSERVE THESE WARNINGS CAN RESULT IN ELECTRICAL FIRES, EXPLOSION, OR SEVERE BURNS OR ELECTROCUTION. 6 134903 Rev 2.
7 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH SAFETY INFORMATION Kickstand Maintenance See also, MAINTENANCE in this supplement. If your E-Bike is equipped with a kickstand: Do not sit on the bicycle with the kickstand down. Kickstand is not designed to support the weight of E-Bikes need more maintenance that you might be aware. You can not ignore maintenance . a person. Here are some critical maintenance items that can Make sure kickstand is up before riding. The require frequent attention: kickstand folds in automatically when bike is not leaned to the side. Make sure you park your bike on • Tire Pressure/tread condition - check it often! an appropriate surface. • Brake pads and braking - check and replace The kickstand must only be installed by a pads frequently. professional bike mechanic and if installed, it must • Chain /belt drive - clean and inspect often. be safely compatible with your bike frame. No Replace it when worn out. modifications must be done to the frame in order to fit one. • Fasteners can loosen over time. Have fasteners and mounted accessories checked Rear Rack often by a professional bike mechanic. The MODEL APPENDIX section of this supplement will indicate if a rear rack can be safely fitted to your model bike. A rear rack must only be installed by a professional bike mechanic and if installed, it must be safely compatible with your bike frame. No modifications must be done to the frame in order to fit one. Do not overload a rear rack. Make sure the cargo is secured properly. Observe the RACK MAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMIT found in the MODEL APPENDIX section of this supplement. Improperly installing a rack, altering your bike to install a rack, or over-loading a bike rack can create dangerous riding conditions. YOU CAN BE YOU SERIOUSLY INJURED, PARALYZED OR KILLED IF YOU IGNORE WARNINGS.
ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENTMAINTENANCE The following table lists only supplemental maintenance items. Please consult your Cannondale Bicycle Owner’s Manual for more information on basic bike maintenance. Consult with your Authorized Cannondale Dealer to create a complete maintenance program for your riding style, components, and conditions of use. Follow the maintenance recommendations given by the component manufacturer’s for the various parts of your bike. CHECK THE FOLLOWING BEFORE EACH RIDE: • Make sure the battery is fully charged and locked securely in position on the bicycle. • Check tire pressure and wheel condition. Make sure wheel quick releases are firmly closed. • Check the drive chain condition. Make sure it is clean and well-lubricated. Chain wear is greater compared with pedal only bikes. This requires frequent inspection and replacement. • Check the bicycle front and rear lighting to make sure it works properly. • Check the bicycle brakes, make sure they are working well. Brake system pad and disc wear is greater compared with pedal only bikes. This requires frequent inspection and replacement. • Inspect condition of electrical cables (i.e. Kinks free, no signs of abrasive wear) • Test the drive-assist system, make sure the drive system functions normally. • If your E-Bike model was equipped a lighting system, brake lights, headlights, and number plate illumination, make sure these lights are each functioning normally. Make sure the number plate is clean and readable. IF YOU FIND ANY DAMAGE, DO NOT RIDE THE BIKE, CONTACT YOUR AUTHORIZED CANNONDALE DEALER. TO BE PERFORMED BY AUTHORIZED CANNONDALE DEALER: Recommended after the first 150 km, bring your bike to your Authorized Cannondale Dealer for an initial check-up. It should include checks of the drive-assist system, drive chain condition, proper shifting, accessories, wheels and tire condition, brakes, etc. This visit will help you establish a schedule for repeated visits appropriate for how and where you ride. Every 1000 km, bring your bike in to your Authorized Cannondale Dealer for a regular detailed inspection, adjustment, and replacement of wear items across the entire bike. Electrically powered-assist cycle (electric bikes) can wear out wheels, tires, drive chain, brakes, more quickly. ANY PART OF A POORLY MAINTAINED BIKE CAN BREAK OR MALFUNCTION LEADING TO AN ACCIDENT WHERE YOU CAN BE KILLED, SEVERELY INJURED OR PARALYZED. Please ask your Authorized Cannondale Dealer to help you develop a complete maintenance program, a program which includes a list of the parts on your bike for YOU to check regularly. Frequent checks are necessary to identify the problems that can lead to an accident. 8 134903 Rev 2.
9 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH Drive-Assist System Cleaning NOTICE Drive-assist system components must only be serviced at an authorized service center. This will ensure the quality and safety of the drive-assist system. Never attempt to open, remove drive system parts from the frame, or work on them yourself. Other components of the electric bicycle drive (e.g. drive chain, front chain ring, rear cassette, rear derailleur, crank arm) must be serviced by an Authorized Cannondale Dealer. Replacement parts must be identical to the original Cannondale specification for the bike. See MODELS APPENDIX in this supplement. Failure to replace components with original specification can result in serious overload or other damage to the drive unit. Unauthorized opening or service of the drive unit will void the warranty. When cleaning your bike, use a damp sponge or a soft brush with only a mild soap and water solution. Rinse the sponge often. Do not spray water directly on controls or drive system components. NOTICE Do not use a pressure washer or dry with compressed air. This will force contaminants into sealed areas, electrical connections/components promoting corrosion, immediately damaging, or result in accelerated wear. KEEP WATER AWAY FROM THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS. MAKE SURE THE BIKE IS SECURED UPRIGHT AND CAN NOT FALL OVER ACCIDENTALLY WHILE YOU ARE CLEANING IT. Don’t rely on the kickstand. Use a sturdy portable bicycle wheel stand to hold the bike upright.
Keys Please Note: After lots of rides and washing, the battery lock can become dry and difficult to use. To maintain, whenever you lubricate your bike chain, place a few drops of chain oil on the key insert the key and operate the lock, then remove and wipe the key clean. ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENTNOTES / RECORD Use this page to write /record important information about your E-Bike : (e.g. maintenance history, dealer contact information, settings, etc.) 10 134903 Rev 2. 11 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT 12 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH MODELS APPENDIX QUICK NEO Specifications REGION US EU MODEL CODE C63358M C63358F C63208M C63208F C63158M C63158F MODEL NAME QUICK NEO QUICK NEO WOMEN QUICK NEO QUICK NEO WOMEN QUICK NEO TOURER QUICK NEO TOURER WOMEN INTENDED USE ASTM F2043 For off-road riding and jumps less than 12” (30cm) ASTM CONDITION -2, General Purpose Riding INTENDED: For paved roads, gravel or dirt roads that are in good condition, and bike paths. NOT INTENDED: For off-road or mountain bike use, or for any kind of jumping. Some of these bikes have suspension features, but these features are designed to add com- fort, not off-road capability. Some come with relatively wide tires that are well suited to gravel or dirt paths. Some come with relatively narrow tires that are best suited to faster riding on pavement. If you ride on gravel or dirt paths, carry heavier loads or want more tire durability talk to your dealer about wider tires. MAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMIT (Total) 150 kg, 330 lbs RACK WEIGHT LIMIT 25 kg, 55 Lbs CLASS (US California AB-1096) CLASS 1 EPAC EN 15194, EN ISO 4210 EU DIRECTIVE 2002/24/EG DRIVE-ASSIST SYSTEM Shimano Steps DU-E6050, Shimano Steps DU-E6001, MAX POWER, SPEED 20 mph, 32 km/h 15 mph, 25 km/h DRIVE-ASSIST OWNERS MANUAL si.shimano.com/ Please read your Cannondale Bicycle Owner’s Manual for more information on specification marked with the safety alert symbol “ .” MODELS APPENDIX: 1 of 4 134903 Rev 2. ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT TRAIL NEO, CUJO NEO Specifications REGION US, EU MODEL CODE C61208M C61258M C61108M C61208F MODEL NAME 27.5+ M Cujo Neo 1 27.5+ M Cujo Neo 2 29 M Trail Neo 27.5+ F Cujo Neo 1 Wmn
INTENDED USE ASTM F2043 For rough off-road riding and jumps less than 24” (61 cm) ASTM CONDITION-3, Cross-Country, Marathon, Hardtails INTENDED: For cross-country riding and racing which ranges from mild to aggres- sive over intermediate terrain (e.g., hilly with small obstacles like roots, rocks, loose surfaces and hard pack and depressions). There are no large “sick drop” or drop offs, jumps or launches (wooden structures, dirt embankments) requiring long suspension travel or heavy duty components. Cross-country and marathon equipment (tires, shocks, frames, drive trains) are light-weight, favouring nimble speed over brute force.
NOT INTENDED: For use in extreme forms of jumping/riding such as hard-core mountain, Free-riding, Downhill, North Shore, Dirt Jumping, Hucking, etc. MAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMIT (Total) 150 kg, 330 lbs RACK WEIGHT LIMIT 0 kg, 0 lbs - no rack CLASS (US California AB-1096) CLASS 1 EPAC EN 15194, EN ISO 4210 EU DIRECTIVE 2002/24/EG DRIVE-ASSIST SYSTEM Shimano Steps DU-E8000, MAX POWER, SPEED 20 mph, 32 km/h 15 mph, 25 km/h Drive-assist OWNERS MANUAL si.shimano.com/ MODELS APPENDIX: 2 of 4 134903 Rev 2. MODELS APPENDIX: 3 of 4 134903 Rev 2. ENGLISH CONTRO E SPEED Specifications REGION US MODEL CODE C62237M MODEL NAME CONTRO-E SPEED INTENDED USE ASTM F2043 For off-road riding and jumps less than 12” (30cm) ASTM CONDITION -2, General Purpose Riding INTENDED: For use in areas approved for commuter bicycles. For use on paved roads. NOT INTENDED: For off-road or mountain bike use, or for any kind of jumping. For areas open only to CLASS I and CLASS 2 ebikes. 150 kg, 330 lbs RACK WEIGHT LIMIT 25 kg, 55 Lbs CLASS (US California AB-1096) CLASS 3 EPAC N/A EU DIRECTIVE N/A DRIVE-ASSIST SYSTEM Bosch Performance Speed MAX POWER, SPEED 28 mph, 45 km/h DRIVE-ASSIST OWNERS MANUAL bosch-ebike.de Tightening Torques DESCRIPTION Nm In Lbs LoctiteTM Kickstand Mounting 7.0 62.0 Rear Rack Mounting Bolts 3 - 4 26.5 - 35.4 Stem/Handlebar Clamp Bolts 6.0 53.0 242 (Blue) Dropout Mounting Bolts 15 133 If you decide to tighten fasteners yourself always use a good torque wrench! ELECTRIC BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL SUPPLEMENT SI Console 2. 4 6 Nm, 53InLbs 2 4 2. 2 5 Nm, 44InLbs 4. 1. 3. 2 5 15 Nm, 133InLbs 4 2 6 Nm, 53InLbs Handlebar Adjustment The handlebar height is adjusted by loosening the pivot bolt (1) and moving the arms (2) handlebar up or down to the desired position. Re-tighten the pivot bolt to the specified torque with a torque wrench following adjustment. The adjustment bolt is treated with a thread locking agent, but it will require periodic re-application of Loctite #242 (blue), especially if frequent adjustments are made. Adjustments should only be performed by a qualified bicycle mechanic. MODELS APPENDIX: 4 of 4 134903 Rev 2. Head Lamp & Display Mounting The drive assist system display and head lamp and reflector brackets are to be mounted onto the center support (3). This support will rotate so that the mounted parts can be positioned correctly. The head lamp mounting bracket (4) can also be rotated if necessary. The maximum adjustment range is 65 degrees. CANNONDALE USA Cycling Sports Group, Inc. 1 Cannondale Way, Wilton CT, 06897, USA 1-800-726-BIKE (2453) CANNONDALE EUROPE Cycling Sports Group Europe B.V Mail: Postbus 5100 Visits: Hanzepoort 27 7570 GC, OLDENZAAL, Netherlands Tel: +41 61 551 14 80 Fax:+31 54 151 42 40 CANNONDALE.COM © 2016 Cycling Sports Group Electric Bike Owner’s Manual Supplement - 134903 Rev 2 ELECTRIC OWNE
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