Assembly Instructions by Model
- Roadster v2 Assembly
- Core-5 Assembly
- 500 Series Assembly
- Turris Assembly
- Cafe Cruiser Assembly
- 700 Series Assembly
- LMT'D (Cadence Version) Assembly
- LMT'D (Torque Version) Assembly
- Prodigy Assembly
- Revv 1 Assembly
- Rift Assembly
If you are looking for a mechanic to assemble your bike, here are some suggestions:
A great resource for mobile mechanics which we recommend for assembly. However, mobile mechanics on Velotooler are independent contractors, so the quality can vary and not all mechanics will provide the same great service. Please do your research before hiring a mechanic through Velotooler.
Another great Resource for Mobile Mechanics, if available in your area, Velofix offers a more reliable standard of testing. However, you will pay a higher premium for mobile mechanic services through Velofix.
If available in your area; REI offers assembly, general tune-up, and repair services with a quick turn around time and knowledgeable mechanics...just find a local REI and bring your Ride1up eBike over! It is recommended to call your local REI ahead of time and check what services they may offer, before bringing in your Ride1up for assembly, as locations may differ in what services they may offer
Local Bike Shop
Call ahead, but almost every bikeshop can assemble our bikes. No electronic work is required. It is standard mechanical bike component assembly. Having a good relationship with your local bike shop will be helpful throughout the lifetime of your eBike. For tips on finding a local bike shop please click here: Finding a local bike shop or mechanic.