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Get Started in 6 Steps
Step 1: Logo Artwork
Step 2: Prepare Your location
Step 4: Software training
Step 5: Test unlocking the bikes
Step 6: Activate your system and Accept Users
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Software Training Video
WARNING: Before riding this bicycle, please check and tighten all nuts and bolts, check brakes for proper operation, and check tire pressure (printed on sidewall of tire).
QUESTIONS: If you have questions about the assembly of your bicycle, please call Dynamic Bicycles at 401-475-8094 Mon-Fri 8am – 5pm EST or email us at email@example.com.
NOTE: If brake pad rubs on one side of the rim, please repeat step 4 above to make sure wheel is properly seated on fork and wheel is centered between brake pads.
Note that the stem allows for a range of heights, but it does have a minimum insertion height, indicated by hash marks on the stem. These hash marks must be fully covered when the stem is tightened.
Find the Left pedal marked with a sticker with an “L” on it. Insert the Left pedal into the Left crank arm and tighten counterclockwise using the 15mm wrench.
- Bike Station Location
- Bike racks can be installed inside or outside, but must be installed into concrete.
- The bike racks do not require power. The locks on the bikes are battery powered.
- Bike rack locations should be level. Areas with inclines or declines may affect the docking/releasing of bikes from racks.
- When drilling, confirm there are no pipes, wires or heating elements below the surface.
- The best locations are those most convenient to riders, such as near building entrances or exists.
- We recommend installing the bikes in a location that is not easily seen from the street or accessible to the public.
- If possible, we recommend using camera surveillance for enhanced security.
- Bike Station Configurations | Side-by-Side Configuration
- Bike Station Configurations | Nose-to-Nose Configuration
- Spacing from street behind bikes: 103"
- Spacing from street beside racks to bikes: 60”
- Tape measure
- Marker or pencil
- Masonry drill bit 3/8"
- Drill (Hammer drill recommended)
- 9/16" Wrench or socket