• 1.Cruiser/ Cruiser Pro Assembly Instruction


      NOTICE: The following assembly steps are only a general guide to assist in the assembly of your Magicycle Bike and is not a complete or comprehensive manual of all aspects of assembly, maintenance and repair. We recommend you consult a certified bicycle mechanic to assist in the assembly, repair and maintenance of your bicycle. For detailed instructions please view the Magicycle Cruiser/ Cruiser Step-thru Assembly video.

      Step 1: Install the handlebars. Remove the four screws from the stem, ensuring the linear markings on the handlebars are centered and handlebars are adjusted to the comfortable position. Finally, tighten the screws with the assembly tool.

      Step 2: Install the headlight. Use a socket wrench to hold the nut and loosen the screw with a inner hexagon wrench and remove the screw. Install the screw pass through headlight and the bracket and adjust the headlight properly for riding conditions.

      Step 3: Install the front fender, clamp the nut with a socket wrench, loosen the screw with an Allen wrench and remove the screw. The mounting screws pass through the headlight bracket and the front fender bracket, and use an Allen key to fix the screws of the front fender and the front fender bracket.

      Step 4: Install the front wheel. Remove the plastic front fork guards from the front wheel being sure not to touch the brake rotor set. Open the quick skewer and remove the thumb nut and cone spring. Carefully lower the fork and ensure the brake rotor goes into the caliper. Next align the dropouts with the axle of the wheel hub to make sure the fork dropouts are fully seated on the axle. Install the quick skewer starting from the brake rotor side of the wheel and then push quick release skewer through the hub. Keep two cone springs pointed towards the wheel hub. Tighten the thumb nut until the quick release lever is held in line with the axle, and then use your palm of your hand to close the quick release skewer.

      Step 5: Use a bike pump with a press gauge to inflate tires to desired KPA. The recommended pressure for this mode is 40 KPA. Do not over inflate or underinflate tires.

      Step 6: Install the pedals. The left and right pedals are marked on both ends. First, install the right pedal by tightening the pedal in clockwise direction. The left pedal is tightened by turning the pedal in counterclockwise direction. Both pedals should be tightened to 35 Newton meters by using a torque wrench.

      Step 7: Adjust the saddle height loosen the seat clamp, remove the seat post and ensure the seat clamp is centered over the hole in the seat tube. Insert the seat post into the slot, adjust the saddle height to a suitable height and tighten the adjustment nut When you feel resistance, close the seat tube clamp fully.

      Step 8: Adjust the seat position forwards or backwards. Use a alien wrench to loosen the seat adjustment bolt and make sure to stay within the marked adjustment range.

      Step 9: Check whether the battery pack is locked into the frame of the Magicycle Cruiser / Cruiser Step-thru When you want to take off the battery insert the key and turn to release the battery pack. The battery pack can be removed and charged separately. This is the charging port. Align the battery pack to the battery holder carefully and push until when you hear it click into the place.

      NOTICE: Ensure all hardware is tightened properly and all safety checks in the following sections are performed before first use. Contact Magicycle Bike if you have any questions regarding the assembly of your bike. If you are not able to ensure all the assembly steps in the assembly video are performed properly, or you are unable to view the assembly video please consult a certified local bicycle service provider for assistance in addition to contacting Magicycle Bike After-Service for help.

    • 2.Jaguarundi assembly instruction


      IMPORTANT NOTICE: The assembly steps provided here are intended as a general guide to help you assemble your Magicycle Bike. However, please note that they do not cover all aspects of assembly, maintenance, and repair. We strongly advise consulting a certified bicycle mechanic for assistance with the assembly, repair, and maintenance of your e-bike. For detailed instructions, we recommend watching the Magicycle Jaguarundi assembly video.

      Step 1: Installing the Front Wheel
      -Remove the plastic fork guard lever from the fork, ensuring you don't touch the brake caliper set.
      -Place the front wheel into the front fork, ensuring that the front wheel hub aligns with the fork dropout and the brake disc fits into the caliper.
      -Unscrew the quick release nut and conical spring, then insert the quick release lever from the left side of the wheel.
      -Insert the front wheel hub, ensuring the two conical springs face the hub.
      -Tighten the quick release nut until the lever is flush with the outside of the nut.
      -Confirm that the front wheel hub is fully seated on the bottom of the fork dropout slot without any gap.
      -Lock the quick release handle upwards.

      Step 2: Installing the Front Fender
      -Use a socket wrench to clamp the nut and loosen the screw with an Allen wrench.
      -Pass the mounting screws through the front fender bracket and secure them using an Allen key.

      Step 3: Installing the Handlebar
      -Remove the 4 cover plate locking screws from the seat tube.
      -Ensure that the center drum knurl on the handlebar is in the middle of the seat tube.
      -Adjust the handlebar to a comfortable position.
      -Finally, tighten the screws using the assembly tool.

      Step 4: Installing the Pedals
      -Note that the left and right pedals are marked "L" for left and "R" for right on both ends.
      -Begin by installing the right pedal, tightening it clockwise.
      -Then, install the left pedal, tightening it counterclockwise.
      -Ensure both pedals are tightened to 35 Nm using a torque wrench.

      Step 5: Inflating the Tires
      -Use a bike pump with a pressure gauge to inflate the tires to the desired KPA.

      Step 6: Adjusting the Saddle Height
      -Loosen the seat tube clip using an Allen key.
      -Remove the seat tube and ensure the clip is centered on the hole.
      -Insert the seat tube into the middle tube of the frame and adjust the saddle height to a suitable position.
      -Be careful not to dislodge the safety wire on the seat tube.
      -Finally, tighten the adjustment nut to secure the saddle height.

    • 3.Deer assembly instruction


      IMPORTANT: For detailed instructions, please refer to the Magicycle Deer assembly video.