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User manual

Important: For this position, bicycles with mudguards on the rear wheel that protrude beyond the center of the axle should not be used. The bicycle can become unstable and fall out of the holder.

 

Raise the front wheel up and push the rear wheel up to the wall, directly under the bracket. Now hold the rear brake down and push the front wheel between the brush heads until it touches the back of the bracket. Make sure that the bracket is at exactly the same height as the front axle and that the bicycle is at a 90° angle from left to right with the wall. The rear wheel must also be firmly pressed up against the wall. Make sure the bike fully vertical and parallel to the wall. To remove the bike, simply hold the rear brake pull the bicycle out of the holder.

Note: A deformation of the bristles is normal, they partially reposition after a while. The bristles adapt to the shape of the tire when a bicycle is left mounted in the holder for an extended period of time. Before you place another bicycle in the holder, run your fingers several times over the bristles and away from the wall to return then to their original position. By gently pressing either side of the bracket together, you can also reduce the distance between the brushes to provide a stronger grip for thin tires.

/ for a vertically standing bicycle

Turn the bicycle around and push the rear wheel into the bracket. Make sure that the bracket is at exactly the same height as the rear axle and that the bicycle is at a 90° angle from left to right with the wall. It is important in the horizontal position that the bracket is used only with the rear wheel and in no case with the front wheel. To remove the bike, simply pull it out of the holder.

Note: A deformation of the bristles is normal, they partially reposition after a while. The bristles adapt to the shape of the tire when a bicycle is left mounted in the holder for an extended period of time. Before you place another bicycle in the holder, run your fingers several times over the bristles and away from the wall to return then to their original position. By gently pressing either side of the bracket together, you can also reduce the distance between the brushes to provide a stronger grip for thin tires.

General note: Check the position of the bicycle in the holder from time to time. Temperature changes and material fatigue can in rare cases lead to reduced holding capacity.

/ for a horizontally standing bicycle