Congratulations on your new bicycle purchase!

Assembling your bike may seem daunting at first, but with careful guidance and attention to safety, you'll be riding in no time. Follow this step-by-step guide to ensure a smooth and safe assembly process.

Get Started with Assembling


Before you begin assembling your bicycle, gather the necessary tools and equipment:

  • Allen keys (typically 4mm, 5mm sizes)
  • Multi Spanner
  • Safety gear (gloves, protective eyewear)
  • Screwdrivers (Phillips and flathead) - Optional

Unboxing and Inspection

Carefully unpack the bicycle and its components. Avoid Sharp knife for unboxing and ensure to wear gloves if possible.

Wheel Installation

Insert the front wheel into the fork dropouts, ensuring it's fully seated.

Tighten the quick-release skewer or axle nuts

Handle Bar Installation

Attach the handlebars to the stem, aligning them with the front wheel.

Tighten the handlebar clamp bolts evenly to secure the handlebars in place.

Component Installation

Install the seatpost into the seat tube, adjusting the height to your preference and tightening the seat clamp.

Attach the saddle to the seatpost, ensuring it's level and securely tightened.

Install the pedals, remembering that the right pedal (R) screws in clockwise and the left pedal (L) screws in counterclockwise.

Install any additional components such as fenders, racks, or accessories according to your Preferred position

Safety Checks

Double-check all bolts and fasteners to ensure they are properly tightened.

Inspect the brakes, ensuring they are adjusted and aligned correctly.

Check the tire pressure using a bicycle pump, inflating them by pressing the tyre. (Using Machine PSI values is not Recommended as it might not be accurate at shops).

Conduct a final visual inspection of the entire bicycle to ensure everything is fitted.

Safety Measures

Wear appropriate safety gear throughout the assembly process, including gloves and protective eyewear.

Take breaks as needed to prevent fatigue and maintain focus.

If you encounter any difficulties or uncertainties during assembly, check with the video tutorials provided below.


By following these step-by-step instructions and prioritizing safety measures, you can confidently assemble your bicycle purchased online. Remember to take your time, double-check your work, and enjoy the satisfaction of riding your newly assembled bike!

Quick Overview

Want to know how to assemble your online purchased bicycle parts? Read the following steps to get started.

Step 1: Preparation

Before starting the assembly, make sure you have all the parts you need. Check the packaging and look for the fitting tools like Multi Spanner & Alen Keys.


Step 2: Frame Assembly

Assemble the frame by attaching the seatpost to the downtube. Use the Seat Clamp to secure the seatpost and downtube.


Step 3: Wheel Assembly

Attach the rim to the hub by screwing them together. Add the front wheel to the cycle and tight the wheel. Make sure to keep the alignment in center.


Step 4: Brake Assembly

Make sure the Disc plate stays at the center of the disk machine.


Step 5: Final Touches

Mount the handlebars to the frame and attach the seat. Add any additional components like fenders, lights, or a bell.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I Trust voltebyk?

voltebyk care for every customer.Every day we work to make every important aspect of the Customer Experience a little bit better.Please check our Customer Gallery.

What are the available payments methods?

We offer UPI, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card, Credit Card EMI, Debit Card EMI,Zest Money, Bajaj Finserv, Axio, Wallet, Net banking & Bank payments. Cash on delivery is available only for most of the locations in India.

What about delivery charges?

Delivery charges completely depend upon the Enter Your Full Address. We use the best delivery method to make sure the product reaches the customer in time with minimal delivery charges. For most of the locations, we charge less than 500 rupees.

Can I use my Voltebyk in the rain?

Yes, all Voltebyk bikes electrics are safely housed to protect them whilst cycling in even the worst weather. It is essential however that after riding in wet weather to remove the battery and dry the battery housing and terminals with a cloth or towel. (Don’t fully submerge the bike in water or wash your frame using a pressure washer.)

Can any cycle shop service my electric cycle?

Our Electric bike motors are “maintenance free” meaning that the servicing required can be met by any standard cycle shop.

What happens if I run out of battery while cycling?

The battery has four LEDs to show you the amount of charge left. However if you run out of battery you can also pedal just like a standard bicycle.

How does “pedal assist” work on electric bicycle?

When you pedal, the motor is automatically activated and will give you an appropriate amount of power depending on your pedalling. So when going uphill, move to a higher power level and enjoy!

How can I secure the battery?

Our batteries lock into the bike with a key. The battery also detaches from the frame so you can remove it from the bike when locking it up, if you choose to. All our batteries come with at least 2 keys. Allowing you to keep a spare in a safe place in case you misplace your primary key.

Do I have to remove the battery to charge it?

You do not! Our batteries have a port on them that allows them to be charged while still on the bike.

How it works

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an electric cycle?

An electric cycle, also known as an e-bike, is a bicycle with an integrated electric motor that provides assistance to the rider's pedaling.

How fast can an electric cycle go?

The speed of an electric cycle varies, but most e-bikes can reach speeds between 20 to 28 miles per hour (32 to 45 km/h)

How far can an electric cycle travel on a single charge?

The range of an electric cycle depends on factors like battery capacity and terrain, but most e-bikes can travel between 20 to 50 miles (32 to 80 km) on a single charge.

Are electric cycles legal to ride on public roads?

In most countries, electric cycles are legal to ride on public roads as long as they meet certain criteria such as speed limits and power output restrictions.

How long does it take to charge an electric cycle?

The charging time for an electric cycle can vary, but on average, it takes around 2 to 3 hours to fully charge the battery.

Can you ride an electric cycle in the rain?

Yes, most electric cycles are designed to be weather-resistant and can be ridden in light rain. However, it is recommended to avoid heavy downpours to protect the electrical components.

Do you need a license to ride an electric cycle?

In many places, you do not need a license to ride an electric cycle as long as it meets the legal requirements for e-bikes in that area.

How much does an electric cycle cost?

The cost of an electric cycle can vary widely depending on the brand, features, and battery capacity, but prices typically range from 1500 to 50000 or more.

Are electric cycles suitable for commuting?

Yes, electric cycles are a popular choice for commuting as they provide an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional transportation methods.

Can you pedal an electric cycle without using the motor?

Yes, most electric cycles allow you to pedal without using the motor, giving you the flexibility to choose between manual pedaling or electric assistance.