- Remove the crank arms from the bike.
- Separate the bottom bracket from the bottom bracket shell.
- Disconnect the front derailleur if one is present. The chain will need removing to do this.
- Slide the motor into the bottom bracket, and tighten with included hardware.
- Attach the speed sensor onto the rear of the frame, and the magnet onto a spoke.
- Mount the controls onto the handlebars, including display and brake levers/sensors.
- Install the battery mount onto the frame (e.g. down tube). Secure battery mount and motor XT60 connectors together.
- Connect all necessary cables and manage the cable routing appropriately. If there is excess cable, do not cut it to shorten the length, be creative and find a suitable place to hide the wiring.
- Install the chainring onto the motor and refit the chain. If the chain didn’t previously have a quick link, it may be worthwhile installing one of those now.
- Finally fix the crank arms onto the square tapered spindle, and attach the pedals onto the crank arms.
We Can Install For You:
If you are interested in one of our Electric Bike conversion kits, however, don’t like the thought of DIY Installation, we can install and convert your bicycle for you! It really is that simple. We can do everything, from bicycle collection to bicycle return, you’ll even get a complimentary service during the conversion install.
For those who are based in and around Staffordshire, we will collect your bike, fit your new Electric Bike kit, and drop your bike back with you for an additional £150. *If you live outside of the Staffordshire region, however, and would still like us to install your new Electric Bike kit, we may still be able to provide home installation, yet depending on the specific residence, extra fees shall apply.
If this is something that is of interest, please get in touch with us at email@example.com, where we shall provide further information regarding the matter, and can book you in for a collection slot.