JLL® IC260 Indoor Cycling™ Bike – Unboxing & Assembly

JLL® IC260 Indoor Cycling™ Bike – Unboxing & Assembly


Using a pair of scissors cut along the seal on top of the box. Once you’ve opened the box and removed the contents from the top, lift it gently on the side, and you should be able to pull it out. Remove the packaging from the inside of the box. Ensure that you check all parts of the packaging, as there are parts inside so you just want to make sure all of those are removed. Starting with the rear stabiliser first insert the bolts into the bottom. And just make sure you hold it with your fingers, while you lift the bike up. At this point now what you want to do is just pop your washers on the top. And then screw the nuts onto the bolts, at this point just with your fingers. And then afterwards we can tighten it up with the Hexagonal Allen Key. Once we’ve attached the rear stabiliser we’re going to move onto the front of the bike. So we’re just going to do the same thing again, except just bare in mind that the front of the bike will be much heavier than the rear of the bike. Now what we want to do is insert the seat post into the frame. Once you’ve inserted it into the frame line up the holes correctly, and then just insert the knob, just to lock it into place. Then we insert the upper part of the seat post into place there. May take a little force so just wiggle it a bit and then get it in there. Line up the holes again and insert the second knob you’ll get with the bike, just to make sure you lock it into place. Now we’re going to move onto the saddle so just pop that onto the top of the seat post, make sure the bracket goes into place. Then tighten up the two nuts on each side with the Hexagonal Allen Key. Once the seat post is in place we’re going to move onto the handlebar post. So pop that into the frame, and then line up the holes again and insert the last knob you should have. Again just make sure that all the knobs are tight, just so you don’t get any movement. Once the knobs in place remove the four bolts from the *handlebar* post. What we want to do now is insert the bolt into the monitor bracket, and once that’s in place you want to attach that to the handlebar post. So again it’s just screwing them in with your fingers til you get all the bolts in and then tighten them up with the Allen Key afterwards. Now open up the back of the monitor and insert the batteries that come with the bike. And pop the cover back on. You grab the sensor wire and attach it to the monitor, all we need to do is line up the two pins and make sure you hear the click when you put them together. Now if you insert the wire into the pulse connection, and slot the monitor on top of the bracket. Now we’re going to move onto the pedals, all you need to do to attach them is line up the thread correctly, make sure it’s straight. Then you can begin to screw it in with your fingers, the way you screw it in is the right hand side is screwed in clockwise. And the left hand side is screwed in anti clockwise. Once you’ve got the thread going through a little bit then you can tighten it up with your Hexagonal Allen Key. And you want to tighten it until there is no thread showing at all. Finally we’re going to attach the bottle holder so if you remove the two screws that you’ll find on the left hand side of the frame. And then re-insert them again once the bottle holder is attached so using the screw driver at the end of the Hexagonal Allen Key, screw them back into place until they’re tight. Be careful not to over tighten them as it’ll cause the plastic to crack. So once it’s in place you can insert your water bottle.