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Woom 2 and 3 Assembly Instructions

Woom 2 & 3 Assembly Guide

Woom 2 and 3 Assembly Instructions

Tools Needed

  • 4 mm Allen wrench (included)
  • 15 mm wrench (included)


Step 1: Unbox Your Woom 2 or 3

  • Carefully remove all parts from the box.
  • Ensure you have the following components:
    • Frame with rear wheel attached
    • Handlebar
    • Front wheel
    • Saddle with seat post
    • Pedals
    • Allen wrench
    • 15 mm wrench

Step 2: Attach the Handlebars

  1. Position the Handlebars:

    • Place the handlebars into the stem.
    • Ensure the handlebars are centered and properly aligned.
  2. Secure the Handlebars:

    • Use the 4 mm Allen wrench to tighten the stem bolts.
    • Check the alignment again and adjust if necessary.


Step 3: Install the Front Wheel

  1. Position the Front Wheel:

    • Place the front wheel into the front fork.
    • Ensure the wheel is centered in the fork.
  2. Secure the Front Wheel:

    • Tighten the axle nuts using the 15 mm wrench.
    • Spin the wheel to ensure it is properly aligned and spins freely.


Step 4: Attach the Saddle

  1. Insert the Seat Post:

    • Insert the seat post into the frame.
    • Adjust the seat height to your child's preference.
  2. Secure the Seat Post:

    • Tighten the seat clamp using the 4 mm Allen wrench.
    • Ensure the saddle is level and properly aligned.


Step 5: Attach the Pedals

  1. Identify the Pedals:
    • The pedals are labeled "L" for left and "R" for right.
  2. Attach the Pedals:
    • Screw the right pedal clockwise into the right crank arm.
    • Screw the left pedal counterclockwise into the left crank arm.
    • Use the 15 mm wrench to tighten securely.


Step 6: Adjust the Brakes

  1. Check Brake Lever:

    • Ensure the brake lever is within easy reach for your child.
    • Adjust the lever position if necessary.
  2. Test the Brakes:

    • Squeeze the brake lever to ensure the brake pads contact the wheel properly.
    • Make adjustments to the brake cable tension if needed.


Final Checks

  • Ensure all bolts are securely tightened.
  • Check the alignment of the handlebars, wheels, and saddle.
  • Test ride the bike to ensure everything is working correctly.