Congratulations on getting your new e-bike!

This guide will help you get your new bike setup. 


 

The next video covers the basic assembly steps to get your bike ready for your first ride. This video is for Current-Series E-Bikes.

 

 

 

This is the basic setup video for the OceanCurrent.


 

 

The next video shows a more detailed view on how to install the front wheel.

 

 

The front wheel assembly should go together as shown below.  


The next video shows a more detailed view on how to install the pedals. This video is for Current-Series E-Bikes.

 

 


 

 

Here is how to install the fender and LED light.


  

To turn on the LED light. Push the "-" button the handlebar display for 3 seconds. The LED will come on and the LCD Backlight will also illuminate.  

Please Note: The 1050 Lumen LED lights are custom made and some LED lights came after the bikes were shipped. The front LED light will be sent to you shortly in a separate shipment. Please contact us if you still did not receive the LED lights.

 

 


 Installing the Rear LED light on the CrossCurrent S

The rear LED light is designed to clip under the seat. Remove the placeholder plug and slide in the LED light. Push the lens of the light to turn it on. 


 

This video shows a quick guide on how to setup and adjust your mechanical disk brakes


Installing the battery. Some battery packs are a little tight to install on the first few installs.
Push a little harder and it will click in.

 

If the battery can be pulled out and removed without turning the key, the battery is not all the way seated. It could disconnect over bumps. Push the batter fully until the locking pin can engage fully. The battery should not be able to be removed if the key is not used. 

If you still have trouble getting you battery installed onto the bike please see the detailed battery install video

 


 

 

 

If you have LCD display, the video below will walk you through the features.  

 

Some bikes arrive with the kmh display. It is easier to convert to the MPH if use Miles. 

 

  Here you can find the manual for the CrossCurret