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Unboxing and Assembling Your New Bike

Congratulations! This is a quick step-by-step guide to help you get moving on your bike!
We recommend that you use this guide in conjunction with the documents provided by the manufacturer as vary in assembly.

Step #1 – Packaging 

Carefully remove the packaging

Step #2 – Check parts

Check the parts list and ensure that all parts have are there. On most occasions, your bike will be delivered to you almost completely assembled and only requiring you to add the finishing touches.

Step #3 – Place the bike

If you have a bike stand, place the bike on it. If you don’t have a stand handy, then you can use buckets or large boxes.

Step #4 – Handlebars

Take the handlebars which can usually be found dangling by the cables and install it with the allen key provided.

Step #5 – Front wheel

Find and remove the plastic spacer between the brake pads. Install the front wheel but make sure you check that the spacers on the front axel are in the right place. Also, check to make sure that your brake disc is aligned with the brake pads before you tighten the bolts securely.

Step #6 – Front fender

Install the front fender which usually consists of 3 allen bolts. Sometimes, bolts are already in place for you.

Step #7 – Foot pegs

Install your foot pegs with the Allen wrench provided

Step #8 – Rear Shock

To install your rear shock, just lift the back end of your bike and slide the shock into position. Insert the top bolt but do not tighten until you have aligned and inserted the lower bolt in place.

Step #9 – Double check

Make sure all bolts on your bike are inserted into position and tight

Step #10 – Inspection

Visually inspect your newly assembled bike and make sure everything is mounted properly, aligned and in position.


In the Interest of safety it is highly recommended that you have this bike assembled by a qualified motorbike mechanic as there may be some internal adjustment required to be adjusted such as carby requires tuning and valve clearance to be check and many other mechanical services & predelivery check is require before using your item. Please read all relevant information enclosed before using your item....! 


You MUST inspect your item each time before riding to ensure it is in proper working order. If proper inspection is not done, damages to the item and severe injury or death could result. Use the following checklist to verify your machine is in proper working order each time you ride. Any item that is NOT assembled or PD checked by Atomik or by our authorised dealer will not receive any extended warranty on the item and if any part claiming for warranty customers will be required to provide Atomik with a supporting documentation to support the claim. All parts are to be sent back to Atomik for assessment by our QC team if requested by Atomik. Otherwise your claim will not be accepted.


1.      Tyre-check condition and pressures.

2.      Engine oil level correct. No leakage.

3.      Fuel tank-fill the fuel tank to its proper level.

4.      All brakes-check operation, adjustment and fluid level

5.      Throttle-check for free operation and closing

6.      Headlight/Taillight/Brake light-check operation of all indicator lights and switches.

7.      Engine stop switch-check for proper function.

8.      Wheels-check for tightness of wheel nuts and axle nut; check that axle nuts are secured by cotter pins.

9.      Air cleaner element-check for dirt; clean or replace. Apply Oil/lube to air cleaner element.

10.  Steering-check for free operation noting any unusual looseness in any area.

11.  Loose parts-visually inspect item for any damaged components or loose nuts/bolts or fasteners.

12.  Tighten the air valve caps securely.

13.  Spokes-check for any loose spokes.

14.  If necessary adjust the drive chain. Check overall condition and slack.

15.  Lubricate the drive chain, if necessary.

16.  Brake lever-check, if necessary adjust brake lever.

17.  Brake pedal-check, if necessary adjust brake pedal.

18.  If applicable, check battery terminal are properly connected, tighten if terminal are loose.

19.  If applicable, check coolant level.

20.  Adjust necessary cables (accelerator, clutch, wiring cables must not be dangling - zip tie if necessary)

21.  Handlebar & levers aligned - must be tight.

22.  Do not over-rev the engine. Let the engine run-in. You must allow your vehicle adequate warm up time before operating or engine damage could result.

23.  Operators’ helmets, goggles, and proper riding gear.

24.  Break-in (The first hour that the item is ridden is designed as the break-in period. If the item is not used carefully during this period, you may very well end up with a BROKEN DOWN instead of a Broken-In vehicle. DO NOT start moving or race the engine immediately after starting it. Even if the engine is already warm. Run the engine for 15 to 20 minutes at idle speed to give the oil a chance to work up into the engine parts. Avoid quick acceleration or starting and drive prudently for the first three hours of operation. Let the item cool completely. The item is ready for regular operation after this procedure is carried out.

25.  Engine oil (Highly recommend change the engine oil after you used up your first fuel tank of fuel. And change the oil regularly according to your owner’s/user’s manual book.

Always refer to your owner’s/user manual for additional information!

 (This is made up as a guide line for all atomik items, you may not have to check all of these points on your item)

Ring us (03) 9791 8811 & speak to one of our staff representative if you have trouble assembling your unit. **If Applicable