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Use of Bike Lanes in Toronto

Urban Ryders and Urban Cruzers are both capable of being propelled or driven solely by electricity and do not necessarily require pedaling. Therefore, by Ontario law, instead of being considered bicycles, they are considered e-scooters.

An e-scooter uses a motor for propulsion and does not require any power input from the human body for that propulsion is classified as a motorized recreational vehicle by the Toronto. In this city, e-scooters may use painted bicycle lanes but not separated cycle tracks or multi-use trails. (https://www.toronto.ca/services-payments/streets-parking-transportation/cycling-in-toronto/cycling-and-the-law/)

By Ontario law, e-scooters have working pedals and are limited to 32 km/h top speed, 500 watts in battery power.

Riders do not require a driver's license, but must be 16+ and wear a helmet (http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/driver/electric-bicycles.shtml).

 

Please double check your city's regulations in order to make sure you are riding safely and within the law.

Happy Riding!

Urban Ryder Top Tube Measure

Just because you asked…

The Urban Ryder's Top Tube measurement to the floor is 30″ in average.

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Urban Ryder & Urban Cruzer Frame Size

The Urban Ryder and the Urban Cruzer have both a 19″ frame size. The frame size is measured from the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube.

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What if my charger output doesn't read "Output 55VDC 2A"?

Under a normal 120 Volt power source, the charger output should read "Output 55VDC 2A". If the charger output reads greater than or less than 55, it means that the output of the power source is greater than or less than 120V respectively. A slight difference in the number is no problem and the battery should charge normally. If you are experiencing a problem while trying to charge your bike, please consult the Troubleshooting section of your instruction manual on page 20 or email us at contact@greenlightcycle.com or call our office at (604)-639-0059 (toll free: 1-(855)-476-7933) between the hours of 8:00am – 4:30pm Pacific, Monday – Friday.

Are there larger fenders available for my bike?

Fenders - Roadrunner LX Of course! We use Roadrunner LX mountain fenders. They are available for purchase from us for $60.00 plus shipping and taxes.

Troubleshooting

How to set up the wire harness on your bike

PDF download: Instructions – How to set up the wire harness

Please follow these instructions for how to set up and secure the wire harness of your Urban Ryder or Cruzer to the handlebar stem.

If you have any questions or concerns, email us at contact@greenlightcycle.com or call our office at (604)-639-0059 (toll free: 1-(855)-476-7933) between the hours of 8:00am – 4:30pm Pacific, Monday – Friday.

King Meter Program Update for Urban Ryder and Urban Cruzer

his notice is to inform you that should you have recently purchased an Urban Ryder or Urban Cruzer containing the serial number HR1612001 to HR1612201 or HC1612001 to HC1612201, from Costco.ca – SKU Number URLAD12 and model number 885083300113 or SKU number URMEN12 and model number 885083300120 – in April or May of 2017, the King Meter in your bike may not be controlling the top riding speed, which makes you eligible for a program update.

If you believe you have one of the above products, Green Light Cycle Ltd. is voluntarily offering a King Meter program update. Please call Green Light Cycle Ltd. at 1-855-476-7933 to order an updated King Meter or send your King Meter to Green Light Cycle Ltd. 6909 Antrim Ave. Burnaby, BC, V5J 4M5 to be updated.

Please rest assured that the King Meter will function for its intended purposes and is safe to use. As a result of our oversight, you can receive an update to the KM program, at no charge.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience or confusion that you may have experienced as a result.

If you have any questions or concerns, email us at contact@greenlightcycle.com or call our office at (604)-639-0059 (toll free: 1-(855)-476-7933) between the hours of 8:00am – 4:30pm Pacific, Monday – Friday.

Changing the Brake Configuration from Moto Style to American Style

PDF download: Instructions – Changing the brake configuration from Moto Style to American Style

Moto Style is when the Left Brake Handle controls the Rear Wheel Brakes and the Right Brake Handle controls the Front Wheel Brakes.

American Style is when the Right Brake Handle controls the Rear Wheel Brakes and the Left Brake Handle controls the Front Wheel Brakes.

To switch the configuration from Moto Style to American Style, simply follow the instructions provided in the link above. If you have any questions or concerns, email us at contact@greenlightcycle.com or call our office at (604)-639-0059 (toll free: 1-(855)-476-7933) between the hours of 8:00am – 4:30pm Pacific, Monday – Friday.

How do I remove and replace the rear wheel?

PDF download: Instructions – Remove and replace rear wheel

REMOVAL

1. Slide the rubber boot down the wire to expose the nut. On the opposite side of the wheel, remove the rubber boot.

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2. Remove the chain stay protector by peeling back the Velcro.

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3. Cut the 2 straps that hold the motor wire.

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4. Pull the wire connector apart to the rear wheel (notice the 2 arrows for reinsertion).

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5. Undo the nuts on both sides of the axel, but make sure that you keep the wire straight so the nut will not rub on the wire when loosening.

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REINSTALL

1. Return the wheel to the dropout.

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2. The silver washer with the locking tab must face to the ground or be on the bottom. The easiest way to accomplish this is to put a wrench on the flat part of the wheel axel and turn the axel to the correct position as you are inserting it into the dropout.

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3. It is easy to see from the disc brake side if you are correctly inserting into the dropout. There should be no space at the top of the dropout. The axel must go tight to the top of the dropout.

The image below shows a wheel inserted incorrectly.

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4. Tighten both axel nuts and attach the motor wire with new straps. When inserting the motor wire plug together, make sure you align the arrows or you may damage the plug.

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Wobbly handlebars? How do I adjust my handlebars?

Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of correspondence about wobbly handlebars and handlebar adjustments. Please follow the directions below to adjust the handlebars:

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1. Do not adjust the bolt marked in red! This is a factory tightened bolt. Instead, adjust the bolt below the handlebar stem to change the angle of the handlebars.

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2. You can also tighten or loosen the bolt at the top of the handlebars to adjust the height of the handlebars.

CAUTION: Make sure that you do not exceed the minimum insertion depth for the stem-wedge.

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