JLL® IC300 PRO Indoor Cycling™ Bike – Unboxing & Assembly

JLL® IC300 PRO Indoor Cycling™ Bike – Unboxing & Assembly


In this video we’re going to show you how to build an IC300 PRO. This is how your box will arrive it weighs just under 50kg, so we recommend you get two people to lift it. It’s got a line of sellotape around the top so we’re just going to get a good pair of scissors to open it. So once you’re into your box you’ll find a line of card on top like this, and on there you’re going to find a tools pack and the instructions, just going to put that aside for one minute. So to take the bike out the box what we’re going to do is lie it down flat, grab each side of the polystyrene and just slide it out. So once your bike is out the box what we’re going to do then is just grab the scissors again and just un-package it. It’s important at this stage to remember that when you are un-packaging the bike just to check all of the packaging completely as there are parts sellotaped to them. Once everything is un-packaged what you should have is; the assembly pack the manual the front and back stabilisers the handlebars the saddle the seat post the handlebar post the left and right pedals the bottle holder the bottle and the monitor and instructions. So the first thing we’re going to assemble is the stabilisers, we’re going to start with the back of the bike because that’s the lightest. So grab the rear stabiliser and two bolts from your assembly pack, and just feed them through the bottom. Like that. And then hold them in with your fingers and we’re just going to lift the bike up. Add your two washers on. And just screw the nuts onto the top. Once your bolts are attached we’re just going to tighten the nuts on top with the multi-tool. Now we’ve assembled the rear stabiliser what we’re going to do is move onto the front. So if you grab your front stabiliser that’s the one with the wheels on and we’re going to do the same way we did with the previous one. At this point keep in mind that the front of the bike is very heavy so we recommend you stand up while you do it. And once again once your bolts are attached what we’re going to do is just tighten the nuts with our multi-tool. Now we’re going to attach the seat post, so if you take your seat post like that and just slide the top off out of it. We’re going to take this part and slot it into the frame, bare in mind the holes are meant to be on the front and you can see the numbers on the right hand side. With the seat post slotted in the frame what we’re going to do now is take one of the knobs that you’ll find in your assembly pack. Choose your correct seat height, and then just screw it in once you line the holes up. With the bottom half of your seat post securely fitted into the frame what we’re going to do now is attach the top half so, make sure you line your numbers up again on the right hand side with these. And just going to slide that in there should go nice and easily and once you find your correct position just going to take the second knob that you find in your assembly pack. And slot it in down here, and tighten it there. The next stage what we’re going to do is attach the saddle, so take your saddle and your multi-tool and what you’re going to do is slot the top half on the seat post into the hole in the saddle there and tighten the two nuts on the side. It’s important to know at this stage that you’re nuts should be as tight as possible on both sides with absolutely no movement whatsoever from the seat. Once your seat post is fully assembled what we’re going to do now is move onto the handlebar post. So quite simply take your handlebar post and the last remaining knob you’ll get in your assembly pack. And just slot that into the frame like that make sure your holes are at the front find the correct height and just secure it with the knob. Now we’re going to attach the handlebars, so if you take the four bolts that are in the handlebar post and just unscrew them and we’re just going to pop them to one side for one minute. So now to attach the handlebars what we’re going to do is take your handlebars and take the monitor bracket that you’ll find in your assembly pack. So we’re going to fit that, onto there like that, and just line up your holes, keep in mind that your bracket will be facing away from you so it needs to go this way. So we’re going to take one of the bolts and thread it through there like that just to secure it and then just attach it to the handlebar post. Once you’ve threaded one bolt through and it’s loosely on like that, we can do is just attach the rest of the bolts and tighten with your Allen Key. So now that the handlebars are attached what we’re going to do is attach the monitor, before you do that you’re going to want to add the batteries into the back. So once we do that you’ll find four screws in the back with the monitor so if you remove all of them, then we’re going to attach it to the monitor bracket there. There’s also a hole in the middle that’s where your wires go so just thread them through and then attach the screws. With the screws fitted into the back we’re just going to take our multi-tool and use the screw driver end just to tighten them. Now that your monitor is securely fitted what we’re going to do now is just attach the wires. So we take your sensor wire that you should find down here stretch it up, through the middle of the handlebars there and line up the pins on the monitor and then we just attach them there and you should hear a little clip. When it’s attached, you know it’s secure then. And then the next part is to just attach the heart rate sensor. So we take the male connection and the female connection and just clip them together. So what we’re going to do now is attach the pedals to the crank so we’re going to take the right pedal which is labelled with a little ‘R’. And attach it to the right crank which is marked with a little ‘R’ as well. So just going to line that like that, and the right pedal attaches clockwise so we’re just going to turn that in there. Once your pedal is screwed in place what you’re going to want to do is just tighten it with your multi-tool, and you want to tighten it until there is no thread showing whatsoever. It can be a bit tough if it’s a new pedal but if you just give it a little bit of force it should go on. Now we’re going to attach the left pedal, we’re going to do the same thing as with the right hand side except we’re going to attach it anti clockwise. Finally, what we’re going to do is attach the bottle holder, so you’re going to want to remove the two screws that are on the side of the frame there. Thread them through your bottle holder. Then just re-attach them again using the screw driver side of the multi-tool. And once you’ve finished assembling your bike what you want to do no is just test it, so just give it a gentle pedal make sure there’s no unusual noises anything like that. Make sure your monitor is connected properly and that your heart rate sensor works. And also just go through your resistance levels, make sure you can feel the difference in resistance. So there you go then that’s how you assemble an IC300 Pro. If you want to purchase your own you can do by clicking here.