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Airwheel E3 foldable electric bike inherits many merits from E6, the first foldable e bike that has laid a solid foundation for E3, like the built-out modular battery design with USB port, left-right design saddle and portability. However, Airwheel E3 reaches the peak in the aspect of foldability. With the folding size of 400*353*472mm, E3 only weighs 12.5kg. The innovative “double O” design is conducive to folding.
There is an exclusively designed backpack for E3 and when you receive the E3 backpack e bike, it is folded. So, firstly you need to unfold it.
Open Velcro straps, fold frame (see Figure 1 – 1 arrow) to ensure folding frame pin is aligned with the hole; push away the front and rear wheels from the frame in turn, rotates 180°(see 2 arrow), press the folding handle (see 2 – 3 arrows), loosen clamping wheels, and fasten front and rear wheels.
Unfold the arm-brace(see Figure 6 – ⑨arrow). Set right electric folding bike E3’s head, pull down the lock catch on the handles(see Figure 3 – ③arrow), unfold the handles as the arrow 3-④ and release lock catch to fasten the handles. Pull down the pedals(see Figure 4 – ⑥arrow). pull down the lock catch on the two cushions(see Figure 5 – ⑦arrow), release the cushions as the arrow 5-⑧ and release lock catch to fasten the cushions.
Adjusting Airwheel folding e bike E3’s height: open the lifting rod lock (see Figure 7-⑩ arrow), adjust the height in the arrow direction (see Figure 7-11 arrow). After adjustment is finished, close the lifting rod lock. Adjusting the cushion height: open the lifting rod lock (see Figure 8-12 arrow), adjust the height in the arrow direction (see Figure 8-13 arrow). After adjustment is finished, close the lifting rod lock.
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How to fold Airwheel E3 electric bicycle in backpack will be illustrated in the next passage. Feel free to contact Airwheel if you have any question.
Company Name: Airwheel Holding Limited
Contact Person: Eric
Country: United States