• 1.5 Tips To Avoid Flat Tires


    1. Avoid Flat Tires By Keeping Your Air Pressure High

    2. Riding With Worn Down Rubber Is Asking For A Flat Tire

    3. Put Anti-Flat Tire Material In Your Inner Tubes

    4. Try Not To Ride On The Side Of The Road

    5. Use Tire Liners, But Only Good Ones

  • 2.Chain Rubs the Rear Wheel


    Normally, a new bike requires some slight adjustments. Please be assured that it can be fixed easily.

    How to fix the chain rubs the rear wheel

    If you are not confident in your ability to successfully and safely perform all steps, we recommend having the work performed and inspected by a local, certified, and reputable bike mechanic.

  • 3.Rear Wheel (with Hub Motor) Removal Guide


  • 4.Flat Tire Checking


    To help troubleshoot the issue, we recommend that you take off the inner tube, inflate it, and then submerge it in water. This will allow you to check for any air leaks.

    Here is a video to help guide you through the process

  • 5.Tire Inflation Guide


    Proper tire pressure lets your bike roll quickly, ride smoothly, and avoid flats. Higher PSI (pounds per square inch) makes the tire harder; lower PSI makes it feel softer. Bike tire pressure has a huge impact on how a bike performs.

    From 5-30, The recommended tire pressure is :

    Summer: 22 PSI

    Winter: 24 PSI

    The Commuter's recommended tire pressure is 50-75 PSI

  • 6.Wheel Size Setting


    You can then choose the wheel size that best suits your needs! However, bear in mind that if you decide to change the wheel on your Magicycle by opting for a different size, this could affect the correct display of the speed.

    The recommended wheel size for Cruiser/ Cruiser Pro/ Deer is 28

    The recommended wheel size for Ocelot/ Ocelot Pro/ Jaguarundi is 22