Lubricating Your Chain

One of the easiest things we can do at home to take care of our products would be keeping up with our chains. Utilizing chain lube on a regular basis will be a great way to keep a happy healthy chain. We recommend avoiding any aerosol lubricants as they can often...

Setting the Class of Your Bike

Setting your bike up as Class 1, 2, or 3 The All-Terrain R750 HT is programmed to go 20 miles per hour on throttle only mode and on pedal assist. Which makes it a class 2 electric bike. If needed, our bikes can be adjusted to meet the three various classifications....

Installing Your Handlebars

With your front wheel installed, the next step is to install your handlebars. To do this, you’ll want to remove the four bolts in the front faceplate. When installing your handlebars, make sure that they are centered and angled at your preferred level prior to...

Installing Your Pedals

To install your pedals you will need either an allen wrench or a crescent wrench depending your style of pedal that comes with your bike. Your pedals are either marked with a L or R indicating which crank arm they need to be installed on. It’s very important that you...