1. Position the bike upside down
Flip the bike upside down so it is balancing on the seat and the handlebars.
2. Find your serial number! Register your bike!
Locate the serial number on the underside of the bottom bracket. The serial number could also be displayed as a sticker on top of your steering wheel.
If you have purchased Fortified Theft Protection, registering activates your membership and enables us search for your stolen bike and ship you a replacement bike.
If you have not purchased Fortified Theft Protection, we'll still search for your stolen bike if you register.
3. Attach the Front Wheel
Remove disposable plastic fork spacer.
Unscrew the locking nuts and remove from front wheel. Set aside in bowl.
Place the front wheel axle into the fork while guiding the disc straight into the opening in between the brake caliper.
Ensure that the wheel is fully inserted into the bottom of the fork (the dropouts) and that the disc is centered in the brake caliper.
4. Hand tighten the locking nuts on both sides of the wheel
Hand tighten the wheel locks, turning them clockwise until the inner part stops rotating and the outer part continues to rotate freely.
5. Align both locking nuts with the interior cutouts
Rotate the outer layer of the wheel locking nuts so that the cutouts align.
6. Start to tighten the locking nut with the locking nut key on both sides
Place the wheel locking key in alignment with the cutouts.
Twist the locking nut key clockwise with your hand until snug.
Make sure to tighten both sides.
7. Use 6mm Allen Key with locking nut key to achieve final tightness
Place 6mm allen key into opening of the locking nut key.
Use Allen Key to rotate locking nut key to complete tightness.
For safety, you need to apply quite a bit of torque to ensure the DeltaKnox Nuts are tight enough.