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24" Royce Union RTT Mens 21-Speed Mountain Bike, Aluminum Frame, Trigger Shift, Matte Tangerine
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Royce Union 27.5" RMA Mens 21-Speed All-Terrain Mountain Bike, 20" Aluminum Frame, Trigger Shift, Red
Royce Union Men's Carbon Bike, 22 Speed, 27.5 inch tire 16.5 inch Frame, Gloss White, RCF
Royce Union RHT 29 inch Wheel 15 inch Frame, Aluminum Mountain Bike, 22 Speed, Wine, Red (76019)
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24" Royce Union RTT Mens 21-Speed Mountain Bike
27.5" Royce Union RMT Mens 21-Speed All-Terrain Mountain Bike
Royce Union 27.5" RMA Mens 21-Speed All-Terrain Mountain Bike
Royce Union Men's Mountain Bike Lightweight Carbon w/ Shimano DEORE
Royce Union RHT 29 inch Wheel Aluminum Mountain Bike
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24" Royce Union RTT Mens 21-Speed Mountain Bike, Aluminum Frame, Trigger Shift, Matte Tangerine
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24" Royce Union RTT Mens 21-Speed Mountain Bike
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27.5" Royce Union RMT Mens 21-Speed All-Terrain Mountain Bike, 22" Aluminum Frame, Twist Shift, Matte Black
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Royce Union 27.5" RMA Mens 21-Speed All-Terrain Mountain Bike, 20" Aluminum Frame, Trigger Shift, Red
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Royce Union 27.5" RMA Mens 21-Speed All-Terrain Mountain Bike
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Royce Union Men's Carbon Bike, 22 Speed, 27.5 inch tire 16.5 inch Frame, Gloss White, RCF
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Royce Union Men's Mountain Bike Lightweight Carbon w/ Shimano DEORE
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Royce Union RHT 29 inch Wheel 15 inch Frame, Aluminum Mountain Bike, 22 Speed, Wine, Red (76019)
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Royce Union Mountain Bike Assembly Tutorial

thanks for purchasing your new Royce
Union bike with proper care and
maintenance your bike will give you
years of enjoyment but before that first
ride you’ll have to assemble it we’re
here to help so let’s get started first
things first let’s open the box remove
all the protective covering one thing
you’ll need for this is a pair of
scissors or wire cutters now let’s grab
a seat post and put in the seat tube
you’ll notice the safety line make sure
you put the seat post past the safety
line and then you clamp it down
it may be tough if it’s too tight you
adjust the nut but it needs to be a very
snug fit
she feels some pressure and when it’s an
right adjustment we now have the bike in
the bike stand if you don’t happen to
have the bikes in at home you can use
your box place his sideways and rest the
bike on there when placing this on the
bike stand you recommend using the seat
post rather than mounting it to the seat
frame where you’ll damage the frame
itself inside your bike box you’ll find
a parts box with instruction manuals a
derailleur protector left and right
pedals and tools needed for assembly
these are the tools needed that comes in
the part box but to make your job a
little bit easier in case you have them
at home you recommend just bull wrench
Phillips head screwdriver flathead
screwdriver and a metric set of allen
keys next step is to mount the
handlebars make sure the cables aren’t
tangled this is pretty much how you want
it to be if this is not loose you just
need to undo this bolt for easy
insertion of the bike and there is a
safety line just like the seat post make
sure you’re below that and use a six
millimeter allen key tighten that bolt
if you notice your handlebars are not in
the proper position like these are
there’s two bolts always make sure you
on loosen and tighten these evenly it
could cause slippage and the crash for
this installation we use six millimeter
allen key
now rotate once you loosen these two
bolts rotate the handlebars forward
where these bends are putted upward make
sure when you tighten this down that the
space between both these sides are even
or will cause handlebars to slip so
always keep an eye on the space on both
sides of the handlebars
while you’re tightening down evenly
there we go now it’s time to install the
front wheel but before you do so needs
to squeeze the brakes and pull out the
noodle from lover in order to have
enough space to put the front wheel in
these notches right here easy to go on
these notches once you install the bike
wheel these going to go in the grooves
prior to locking them down be sure to
get these nice and tight now that we
have the front wheel mounted it’s time
to go and reattach the front brakes you
may need some minor adjustments if the
noodle is not fit back in the housing
what you would do is use a five
millimeter allen key loosen this up
slightly
hold on this cable while you do so and
you pull some out
retighten this down and then should give
you enough room to reattach your front
brakes now that we have the wheel
Mountain brake secure it’s always good
to double-check that the brake pads are
correct it comes in the factory already
mounted but that’s too high and if you
ride this it will rip a hole through the
tire so we do is use our five millimeter
allen key and readjust this slightly
make sure you place your finger
underneath the brake pad so it don’t
slip all the way down and you want to
Center it to the side of the rim worse
not touching the tire let’s go ahead and
check our work squeeze the brake lever
make sure both pads are spaced and
hitting evenly actually this pad is
touching their rim in this pad isn’t so
we grab our Philips head screwdriver and
we adjust and press the brakes the
tighter you adjust this you get more of
a gap and make sure they are hitting
evenly at the same time
there we go
now both sides of the break is hitting
the rim evenly and spaced evenly apart
all the methods we have used to adjust
the front brakes can also be applied to
the rear brakes if you don’t feel
comfortable to any of the adjustments we
have made here today you can feel free
to visit your local bike shop now it’s
time to test the pedals there’s markings
on both pedals are an L mean left and
right please make sure the left goes in
the left and the right goes on the right
or you will strip the cranks when
attaching these hand tighten it and use
an adjustable wrench at the end and
really make sure these are secure when
detaching these pedals now it’s time to
move on the right this goes on clockwise
as opposed the left side which goes on
counter clockwise and tighten it and use
it an adjustable wrench to secure it in
place
now it’s time to check the gears to make
sure everything runs correctly you want
to stay on the gear side pedal with your
left and shift gears with your right if
you don’t happen to have a bike stand
you want to have one your friends hold
the rear of the bike well you can check
these gears to make sure they run
smoothly if something does look out of
place feel free to go to your local bike
shop to get everything adjusted
correctly gears seem to be running
smooth and it’s off to the next step
make sure you put in a derailleur guard
use a Philips head screwdriver and take
these screws out this would help of a
fall on this side of the bike will
protect the gears
after checking the gears to make sure
everything runs correctly it’s time to
move on and fill up the tires on the RTT
mountain bike the tire pressure is on
the sidewall these are rated at 40 psi
also be sure that the arrow is pointing
forward on both tires to make sure that
travel is correct
partner taking your bike off the bike
stand double check to make sure the
reflectors are adjusted properly you’ll
need a Philips head screw driver there’s
one in the front and there’s one behind
the seat this one is a little loose
just tighten it down and move on the
back both are secure now it’s time to
take your plate off the bike stand last
two thing to check before hitting the
trails need to check the handlebars make
sure everything is adjusted correctly
and in line you want to keep in mind
that these bent part of the handlebars
should be facing upright and the last
thing before we hit the trails the seat
height should be just above the pelvis
when you’re at completely down your
knees should be slightly bent so bring
this down check worse Jeff’s above the
pelvis lock it back up and now we’re
ready for the open road

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700c Royce Union RMX Mens 3-Speed Commuter Bike, 17" Aluminum Frame, Cool Gray
  • Assembly video beside images; RMX has superior performance, easy maintenance and Stylish comfort; The durable, lightweight aluminum frame is easy to handle and maneuver in tight corners, and will never rust; Zoom suspension fork delivers solid performance
  • Tools included for fast assembly; the RMX is just perfect for commutes, hops around campus, and weekend trips; 17-inch frame is suggested for a minimum inseam of 33 inches; 19 and 21 inch frames Also available
  • Premium, richly padded VELO saddle includes dual springs for real comfort; Ergonomic grips are molded to match the contour and feel of your hand, almost like a glove; slight-rise handlebar enables upright riding for more comfort; bell/kickstand included
  • Simple yet brilliant, the 3-speed Shimano twist with Shimano nexus rear derailleur enables smooth shifting with just a twist; The Shimano internal hub protects from harmful dirt, rain and mud to minimize cleaning and maintenance
  • Lightweight alloy linear pull brakes with machined alloy wheel rims enable superior brake pad contact to deliver smooth, stopping power; all-terrain tread on the 700C tires enhances rolling momentum for less resistance between you and your destination

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