1. Read and understand your owner's manual carefully before using your
electric bike.
2. Thoroughly inspect your еlectric bike for loose or damaged parts before each use. If there are any loose or damaged parts, perform the needed adjustments contact with service center on the web page - before starting your el bike.
 3. To familiarize yourself with the electric bike, try using it first like a regular bicycle until you can safely control your balance.
4. Check the tire pressure of both wheels. The tires on your bike should be inflated to the maximum recommended pressure. This rating is printed on the sidewall of the tire or specified in the manual.
5. Make certain that the brakes work properly: make the vehicle move by pushing or using the pedals and check the rear and the front brake.
6. Make certain the battery is charged completely by hooking up the charger. If the red light is on, the charge is in process. Charge it until the green light come on.

    Your electric bike will get the best performance when used on smooth and flat terrain. The range may vary depending on the load weight, terrain, tire pressure, windresistance and the number of stops. Remember to charge your el bike after every ride, even a short ride! Never leave the batteries in a discharged state overnight. Do not force the motor on steep terrain; rather gently use the power while you are pedaling. Assisting the motor's acceleration by using the pedals will increase your speed and range.

    All the electric bikes are equipped with several electrical circuit protection devices.
. The motor controller will automatically limit the current to protect the motor from over-heating. This may occur when you are traveling up a steep incline or a similarly demanding environment.
. Check your manual if your el bike is equipped with a low voltage protection switch. If the battery voltage drops below the specified protection level, the controller will shut down automatically. If there is no protection switch, you should keep track on the battery charge level. Check in your manual the recommended charge indication level up to which you can safely ride your electric bike. When the batteries are in a low state of charge, a quick acceleration of the throttle or otherwise high demand of current will drain the power faster. This will also shorten the battery life. Assisting with the pedals to accelerate your bike will prevent such an extreme voltage drop.
. In some models there is also a protection fuse connected between the batteries. It works as an ultimate protection of the motor and the batteries.
WARNING It is very important to keep your tires inflated to the recommended pressure printed on the sidewall of the tire. Low tire pressure can result in the following:
1) Reduced range
2) Reduced speed
3) Diminished battery life due to excessive current draw
4) Overheating of controller and/or motor, which could result in failure. Tires will slowly lose pressure over time, so be sure to monitor your tire pressure frequently.

    All the chargers, provided with the electric bicycles are operable in the range 110 to 220V. Before you start charging your personal electric bike, please make yourself familiar with the instructions provided with the charger. For your safety, please also review the general safety instructions, provided below. Then, plug the charger into a standard 110 VAC (or 220, if applicable) wall outlet. Depending on the level of charge left in the batteries, fully re-charging the batteries can take from a few hours to overnight. Refer to the charger instructions included with the charger to determine when your batteries are completely charged. Fully charge the batteries immediately after use in order to maximize battery life. Also, charge the batteries at room temperature whenever possible. Only use the original battery charger. Using any other charger will void your warranty and may damage the batteries.
To ensure that the batteries gives the best performance:
1) Recharge your batteries as soon as you can after every ride.
2) Store and charge e-bike at temperatures between 50° F (10° C) and 100° F (38° C).
3) Keep the batteries charged. Batteries stored for long periods of time will self-discharge (The higher the battery temperature, the greater the rate that the batteries will self-discharge).
4) Keep the terminals clean and tight.
5) Handle with care (don't drop them).
6) The batteries will take 4-10 cycles of riding and charging to bring the batteries up to the full potential.
8) Do not leave the charger connected to the batteries for more than 24 hours.

   Defective batteries must NOT be placed in the trash. They need to be properly recycled to preserve natural resources. When the batteries need to be replaced, we recommend that you obtain a replacement from
the authorized dealer.
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1) Before using the battery charger, read the charger instructions.
2) USE ONLY THE CHARGER PROVIDED WITH YOUR E-BIKE. Use of any other charger could cause the batteries to expode, causing serious injury.
3) Do not expose the charger to moisture and water.
4) To reduce the risk of damage to the charger and cord, pull the charger by the plug, rather than the cord, when disconnecting the charger.
5) Make sure the cord is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
6) Do not use an extension cord unless absolutely necessary. Use of an improper extension cord could result in fire or electric shock. If you must use an extension cord, ensure that: a. The pins on the plug of the extension cord are the same number as the power outlet b. The extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition. c. The wire size is large enough for the AC ampere rating of the charger as specified below.
7) DO NOT OPERATE THE CHARGER WITH A DAMAGED CORD OR PLUG. If the cord or plug is damaged, replace the charger.
8) Do not operate the charger if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped, or been damaged in any way. If the charger case is damaged, replace the charger.
9) Do not use the charger for charging other batteries. Different type batteries require different chargers.
10) Do not disassemble the charger. The charger is not serviceable; disassembly may result in electric shock or fire.
11) Only clean the charger with a dry cloth. Never use liquid to clean your charger.
12) Do not use the charger outdoors in wet conditions.
1. Keep hands, face, feet, and long hair away from all moving parts.
2. Do not touch the motor or wheels while they are rotating.
3. Be alert. To prevent injury to yourself and to others, do not operate your electric bike if you are fatigued.
4. Do not operate your
electric bike while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication.
5. Always wear a helmet while riding.
6 . Ride your
electric bike only on designated bicycles lanes or roads specifically permitted by law.
7 . Do not ride your
electric bike over curbs or very rough surfaces.
8 . Be sure all wire connections, especially all battery connections are tight.
9 . Do not break any traffic laws while operating your
electric bike.
e-bike should not be used without the supervision of an adult.
11. Use extreme caution when riding downhill. Be careful of over-speeding.
The brakes of e-bike may overheat if the hill is too steep.
Electric bicycle should never be ridden by more than one person.
13. Do not ride on gravel, sand, wet or rough terrain.
14. Do not ride through puddles or water.
15. Keep your
electric bike in good working condition. Call your authorized service dealer for repairs or maintenance procedures that are not described in this manual. Call with personnel on the homepage -
16. Use only original equipment manufacturer's replacement parts when servicing this
e-bicycle. These parts are available from your authorized service dealer on the web page - The use of non-standard parts, or other accessories or attachments not designed for the electric bike, could result in serious injury to the user and damage to the e-bicycle.
17. STORE UNIT INDOORS - When not in use, the
electric bike should be stored in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.