Handlebar should be on the left side and the saddle on your right side. The handlebar should aim slightly left. Put a pedal towards the front part of a bicycle.
Step 1: Unlock the clamp of a back frameset with your hand and the back wheel will become loose.
Step 2: Pick up the back wheel in the way the wheel will move under the bicycle. Now, release the red clamp on the main frameset.
Step 3: Now hold the spindle of the handlebar just underneath, pick it up and move with the bicycle so the axis hook will rest on the chain.
Step 4: Now release the handlebar and push it down so it will settle down.
Step 5: Release the fastening lock and push the seat post down. Secure it.
Step 6: Finally, close the pedal by pressing its inside and turn it up.
Stand up on the left side of the bicycle. It is the same side as the folding pedal.
Step 1: Unfold the folding pedal.
Step 2: Unfasten and lift the seat post.
Step 3: Pull out the handlebar with your left hand and with a sudden movement lift it up.
Now hold the spindle of the handlebar just underneath, pick it up and move with the bicycle so the axis hook will rest on the chain. Secure the handlebar with clamps.
Step 4: With your left hand, hold the handlebar stem. Lift the stem so the lock of the wheel gets out of the frame. Twist off the wheel with a continuous movement under a slight angle. The front wheel should always face forward. Now, tighten the clamp on the frame.
Step 5: Lift the back part of the bicycle by the saddle or seat post, flip out the back wheel so it captures the main frame. You will hear the click when it is on the right position.
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