STRØM City M Assembly

Please follow the video or pdf guide in order to assemble your new city bike securely.
After assembly, you will have to watch our ready for the road guide for tightning the bolts, lubricate the chain and adjust gears, brakes, saddles and handlebar in to experience the best ride possible.

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PDF Guide
PDF Guide

Step by step

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Tools needed 

Allen hex key – 3.4.5.6 mm

Wrench

Torx 20

Screwdriver

Side cutter

Cable tie

Bucket

Removal bottom backet tool

Chain cleaner

Lubricant for chain

Bike stand (Nice to have)

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1 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

2 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

3 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

4 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

5 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.

6 – Removal of the brake pads

Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.Begin by mounting the bike in a repair stand and remove the wheel on which you use the brake the most, as you maybe don’t need to replace the pads on both wheels.