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Airwheel released its brand new R5 folding electric bike, in Oct 2016 that is famous for its three ride modes—man-powered, power-assisted and electricity-assisted ride mode. R5 has drawn wide attention, however, how to unfold and fold Airwheel R5 is seldom expounded. In the last passage, the editor has described the steps to unfold the Airwheel R5, so today’s attention is paid to how to fold it.
As we know, Airwheel electric moped bike R5’s main body, operating rod, handle bars and pedals can be folded to bid farewell troublesome. And the folding process is ultra-easy to release a small size.
Adjust the heights of the bike head and saddle to the lowest. Pull the handle lock (see figure 11-13 arrow), fold down the handle (see figure 11- 14 arrow). Rotate the screw in the frame folding handle counterclockwise (see figure 12-15 arrow), loosen the frame folding handle, gently pull the folding handle (see figure 12- 16 arrow), fold the frame as figure 13- 17 arrow shows, and clockwise rotate screw to fasten the frame folding handle.
Gently pull the safety pin in the locking bowl (see figure 14-18 arrow) and rotate 90 ° to fix it. As shown in Figure 15, fold the frame and combine the locking bowl with the locking axis (see figure 14- 19 and 20 arrows), and rotate 90 ° to release safety pin. Push upward the button in the folding handle (see figure 16- 21 arrow), fold down folding handle (see figure 16-22 arrow).As shown in Figure 17, fold the bike head. Pull the pedals and fold upward (see figure 18- 23 and 24 arrows) to fold pedals.
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/H30NypbEq24
Airwheel R5 electric assist bike chooses swappable battery design. For storage, rider can separate the battery from the frame. If the delivery time is longer (2 months or more), the battery will lose power during storage and transport. It is better to charge the battery before use. For detailed information, please visit official web or make call to consult.
Company Name: Airwheel Holding Limited
Contact Person: Eric
Country: United States