We congratulate you on having a running bike from BIKESTAR Please stick to the assembling steps, shown in the video and read the safety instructions together with your child. Both is included in the manual. We show you now the assembly of the BIKESTAR 10″ and 12″ Classic and Sport model. Open the box with appropriate tools. Be careful not to damage the product or hurt yourself. First verify the following parts are complete. Please contact the retailer if parts are missing. 1x frame part with handlebar 1x saddle 4x protective caps 1x manual The assembly requires the following tools: Cross-tip screwdriver Open-end spanner key-wide 8, 10, 13 Hexagon key SW 6 Torque spanner Pliers Note that the seat clamp opening is facing toward the rear wheel. Please note the imprint “MINIMUM INSERT” on the seatpost indicating the minimum insertion depth. Never secure the seatpost higher. Adjust the saddle in the seat tube at a height suitable for the child. Now tighten the seat clamp using a hexagon key [key-wide 6] [max. 8.5 Nm] The saddle must now be tight and not move. Remove the plastic transport caps as shown. Please note the imprint “MINIMUM INSERT” on the handlebar indicating the minimum insertion depth. Never secure the handlebar higher. Adjust the handlebar in the head tube. Open the handlebar pad to access the expander bolt. Move the handlebar, so it is perpendicular to the front wheel. Tighten the expander bolt [max.15 Nm]. The 10″ balance bike requires an open-end spanner key-wide 13. The 12″ balance bike requires a hexagon key key-wide 6. Unscrew the screw shown to adjust the handlebar tilt to the child’s height. Be sure the handlebar is centred Once it is at the correct tilt, tighten the screws shown [max. 15 Nm]. Close the handlebar pad and make sure it fits well. Make sure the handlebar is tightend and secure. Place all four protective caps over the wheel nuts following assembly to prevent injuries to the child. The travel of the brake lever can be adjusted to the size of the child’s hand. This is done using the adjusting screw on the brake lever. Take a cross-tip screw-driver and turn in inward or outward… …until the child can easily and safely
reach the lever… … without removing the heel of the hand off the handle. Please note, changing the brake lever will also change the braking force. Please remember the brake is merely preset and may need to be adjusted during fnally assembly. Readjusting requires technical know-how. Please consult a retailer if you do not have suffcient technical know-how. Adjusting the brake requires two open-end spanner key-wide 8 and 10. Torque spanner. Pliers. The rear wheel has a threaded bolt the brake cable runs through. Loosening the screw connected to the threaded bolt will adjust the braking force of the handbrake. Remember, the more you unscrew this threaded bolt, the greater the braking force. Once you have determined the correct braking force, close the nut until it is firmly interlocked with the retaining plate. If this does not yield the desired braking
force, you will need to shorten the brake cable. To do so: loose the nut with an open-end spanner [Key-wide 8] . Hold the brake cable with a pair of pliers. Now use an open-end spanner [Key-wide 10] to open the nut shown, until you can move the brake cable. Pulling the brake cable approx. 1 cm out increases the braking force. For decreasing the braking force, let the brake cable slip back (approx. 1cm). Then tighten the nut again. Adjust the braking force with an open-end spanner key-wide 8. Remember, the more you unscrew this threaded bolt, the greater the braking force. Tighten the nut with the retaining plate. Please note the specifed screw torque. Overtightening can damage the screws and as a result cause serious injuries to the child. Now we are going the show you how to pump up the tires. Because of demonstration, we use an unmounted tire. Never exceed the max. tyre pressure specifed on the tyres. Note that the max. tyre pressure shown in the video might not accord with the max. tyre pressure of your product. Look for your specific max. tyre pressure on your product’s tyres. You will need an air pump for automotive valves (A/V) to inﬂate the tyres. Open the valve’s cap and connect the pump. Pump up the tyres to the max. tyre pressure specified on the tyres. If you have a question concerning the product… …problems with assembling… …or problems with the product: please contact our costumer service. You can find the contact info in the manual or on our website. The team from Star-Trademarks and BIKESTAR wishes you and your children a nice time with your product.