Assembly

CAN I ASSEMBLE THE BIKE MYSELF?

Sure, most people chose to assemble their new bike themselves. Your new bike will arrive in a box and be 85% assembled, some basic final assembly will be required, some basic tools are included with the bike.

In order to get your bike on the road, you simply need to:

- Attach the handlebars
- Attach the seat and adjust to a height that suits you
- Fit the front wheel
- Adjust the brakes
- Fit front fender (for women's vintage bike only)
- Screw on the pedals
- Pump up the tyres

 

You can watch the assembly video for the model you're interested in on the relevant product page. The final assembly process typically takes approximately 30 - 40 minutes for a first timer. If you have any doubts or question your own mechanical dexterity, we recommend you have a qualified bicycle mechanic assemble the bike for you.

We will have some great new assembly videos on the site in a few weeks which will help a lot.

CAN SOMEONE ASSEMBLE THE BIKE FOR ME?

We offer a mobile home assembly service in select locations in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. If you are within our home assembly zones in these capital cities, the option to select assembly will appear at check out, after you have entered your postcode. The cost for mobile assembly is $99, this charge will be combined with your freight at check out if you opt for the home assembly service.

You can also arrange for your local bike shop to assemble your new bike. Provide your bike shops address for delivery at check out and we can deliver direct to them.