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TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
KEEP SAFE TO CONSULT AT A LATER DATE
B u l l s Cr o s s L i t e E v o , B u l l s I c o n i c E v o T R 3 A B S , B u l l s A d v e n t u r e E v o A M , B u l l s I c o n i c E v o T R 1 ,
B u l l s I c o n i c E v o T R 2 , D e s e r t F a l c o n E v o , Cr o s s L i t e E v o C a r b o n , S o n i c E v o A M 5 C a r b o n ,
S o n i c E v o A M 6 C a r b o n , S o n i c E v o T R4 C a r b o n
2 0-1 7-4 029, 2 0-17-4 030 , 20 -17-4 031, 20-18 -1888 , 20-18 -19 50, 20 - 18 -40 44, 20- 18 -4045
MY20 B01- 22_1.0_21 .06 .2019

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  • Page 1 TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE KEEP SAFE TO CONSULT AT A LATER DATE B u l l s Cr o s s L i t e E v o , B u l l s I c o n i c E v o T R 3 A B S , B u l l s A d v e n t u r e E v o A M , B u l l s I c o n i c E v o T R 1 , B u l l s I c o n i c E v o T R 2 , D e s e r t F a l c o n E v o , Cr o s s L i t e E v o C a r b o n , S o n i c E v o A M 5 C a r b o n , S o n i c E v o A M 6 C a r b o n , S o n i c E v o T R4 C a r b o n 2 0-1 7-4 029, 2 0-17-4 030 , 20 -17-4 031, 20-18 -1888 , 20-18 -19 50, 20 - 18 -40 44, 20- 18 -4045...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    PowerTube 625 battery Protection for vulnerable groups 3.4.14 KIOX display Data privacy 3.4.15 USB port Personal protective equipment 3.4.16 BOSCH Pedelec ABS BAS100 Safety markings and safety instructions 11 3.4.17 Emissions Emergency 3.4.18 Tightening torque 2.8.1 What to do in an emergency Environmental requirements 2.8.2...
  • Page 3 Contents 4.1.2 Transport weight 6.3.3.5 Adjusting the quick release clamping 4.1.3 Designated handles/lifting points force Transportation 6.3.4 Adjusting the brake lever 4.2.1 Transporting the battery 6.3.4.1 Adjusting the pressure point on a 4.2.2 Shipping the battery Magura brake lever 4.2.3 Using the brake transport securing 6.3.4.2 Adjusting the grip distance...
  • Page 4 Contents 6.9.5.2 Charging process when one battery 6.12.5 Adjusting the rebound in a Rock is used Shox damper 6.9.6 Waking the battery 6.12.6 Adjusting the compression in a Rock Shox damper 6.10 Electric drive system 6.13 Gear shift 6.10.1 Switching on the electric drive system 6.13.1 Using the derailleur gears 6.10.2...
  • Page 5 Contents 7.4.7 Checking the pressure point General warnings Toxic substances 7.4.8 Checking the brake discs for wear Requirements for the rider 7.4.9 Electrical cables and brake cables Protection for vulnerable groups 7.4.10 Gear shift Data privacy 7.4.11 Stem Personal protective equipment 7.4.12 USB port Safety markings and safety instructions 14...
  • Page 6 Wheel with quick release (15 mm) 3.4.14 KIOX display 5.3.4.2 Adjusting the FOX quick release 3.4.15 USB port 5.3.4.3 Installing the wheel with Kabolt axles 3.4.16 BOSCH Pedelec ABS BAS100 5.3.4.4 Checking the stem and handlebars 3.4.17 Emissions 5.3.5 Pedelec sale 3.4.18 Tightening torque Operation...
  • Page 7 Contents 6.4.1 Child seat 6.10.16.1Resetting the journey data 6.4.2 Bicycle trailers 6.10.16.2Changing the start gear 6.4.3 Pannier rack 6.10.16.3Changing the desired pedalling Before each ride frequency Check list before each ride 6.10.16.4Changing defined gears Using the kickstand 6.11 Brake 6.7.1 Raising the kickstand 6.11.1 Using the brake lever...
  • Page 8: Checking The Belt And Chain Tension

    Contents 7.3.1 Servicing the frame 7.3.2 Servicing the stem 7.3.3 Servicing the fork 7.3.4 Servicing the drive elements 7.3.5 Servicing the pedals 7.3.6 Servicing the chain 7.3.7 Servicing the drive elements Maintenance 7.4.1 Wheel 7.4.2 Checking the tyres 7.4.3 Checking the rims 7.4.4 Check and correct tyre pressure 7.4.4.1...
  • Page 9: About These Operating Instructions

    Therefore, if it is re-sold at a later Type no. Model Pedelec type time, they must be handed over to the subsequent 20-17-4029 Bulls Cross Lite Evo Mountain bike owner. 20-17-4030 Bulls Cross Lite Evo Mountain bike You receive these operating instructions with your...
  • Page 10: Identifying The Operating Instructions

    About these operating instructions Identifying the operating 1.7.1 Instruction, training and customer service instructions The supplying specialist dealer will provide You will find the operating instructions customer service. Contact details can be found on identification number at the bottom left-hand side the back page of these operating instructions and of each page.
  • Page 11: Safety Markings

    About these operating instructions 1.7.4 Safety markings 1.8.3 Information on the nameplate The following safety markings are used on the Alongside the warnings, product nameplates also pedelec's nameplates: contain other important information about the pedelec: General warning Read the instructions Adhere to the instructions for use Separate collection of electrical and electronic...
  • Page 12: Nameplate

    About these operating instructions Nameplate The nameplate is situated on the frame. You will information on the nameplate. find the precise position of the nameplate in Figure 2. You will find thirteen pieces of ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs- Genossenschaft eG Longericher Str. 2 50739 Köln, Germany Typ: 20-16-0001...
  • Page 13: Safety

    Risk of fire and explosion due to incorrect connecting cables or defective contacts. charger  Use the battery with BOSCH Systems Batteries which are recharged with an unsuitable pedelecs only. This is the only way that the charger may become damaged internally. This battery will be protected from dangerous may result in fire or an explosion.
  • Page 14: Toxic Substances

    Safety Toxic substances CAUTION WARNING Risk of fire and explosion due to high temperatures Intoxication from suspension oil Excessively high temperatures will damage the Suspension oil in the rear frame damper is toxic to battery. The battery may self-ignite and explode. the touch, irritates respiratory tracts and causes ...
  • Page 15: Requirements For The Rider

    Environmental hazard posed by oil and During maintenance, the pedelec is connected to lubricants from rear frame damper the diagnosis tool and data is transferred to Bosch Pedelec Systems (Robert Bosch GmbH) about the The rear frame damper contains toxic and use of electric drive components to help improve environmentally harmful oils and lubricants.
  • Page 16: Emergency

    Safety After skin contact Symbol Explanation Remove any solid particles immediately. Rinse Read the instructions the affected area with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Then dab the affected skin gently. Do Separate collection of electrical not rub dry. Remove contaminated clothing and electronic devices immediately.
  • Page 17: Leaking Fluids

    Safety 2.8.4 Leaking fluids 2.8.4.1 Brake fluid  The brake system must be repaired immediately if brake fluid leaks out. Contact your specialist dealer about repair.  Dispose of leaking brake fluid in an environmentally responsible way in accordance with statutory regulations. Ask a specialist dealer for more information.
  • Page 18: Overview

    Overview Overview 15 16 Figure 2: Pedelec viewed from the right, example Front wheel Pannier rack Fork Rear light and reflector Front guard Rear guard Headlight Kickstand Handlebars Rear wheel Stem Chain Frame Frame number Seat post Battery and nameplate Saddle MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 19: Description

    Overview Description 3.1.2 Suspension Both forks and suspension forks are fitted in this 3.1.1 Wheel and suspension model series. A suspension fork is based either on a steel spring or air suspension. Unlike a rigid fork, a suspension fork has two functions which improve floor contact and comfort: suspension and damping.
  • Page 20: Steel Suspension Fork Structure

    Overview 3.1.2.1 Steel suspension fork structure 3.1.2.2 Air suspension fork structure The pedelec's fork features both air suspension and a compression damper plus a rebound damper in some cases. Figure 5: Example showing Suntour fork The stem and handlebars are fastened to the fork steerer (1).
  • Page 21: Structure Of The Fox Rear Frame Damper

    Overview 3.1.3 Brake system 3.1.2.3 Structure of the FOX rear frame damper The rear frame damper features air suspension, a The pedelec's brake system comprises either a compression damper and a rebound damper. hydraulic: • rim brake on the front and rear wheels •...
  • Page 22: Disc Brake

    Overview 3.1.3.2 Disc brake 3.1.3.3 Back-pedal brake Figure 11: Pedelec brake system with a disc brake – example Figure 12: Pedelec brake system with a back-pedal brake – example Brake disc Rear wheel rim brake Brake calliper with brake linings Handlebars with brake lever Handlebars with brake lever Front wheel rim brake...
  • Page 23: Abs

    The indicator lamp lights up for about 5 seconds Figure 13: BOSCH ABS before the system switches off completely. The ABS indicator lamp will then go out, even though ABS control unit with housing the ABS control system is not available.
  • Page 24: Electric Drive System

    The battery temperature is monitored at all times. Each individual cell in a Bosch rechargeable battery is protected by a steel cup and cased in a plastic housing. You must not open this housing. You...
  • Page 25: Frame Battery

    Table 7: Overview of frame batteries The type and duration of operating conditions have a significant effect on the battery life. Just like any other lithium-ion battery, the Bosch battery will age naturally, even if it is not being used.
  • Page 26: Integrated Battery

    Overview Key for the battery lock Retainer guard Securing hook On-Off button (battery) Battery level indicator Integrated rechargeable battery housing 3.1.6 Display The display has two buttons to display the main drive system functions and the journey data. The rider can switch off the drive system by removing the display.
  • Page 27: Usb Port

    Overview 3.1.8 Charger Each pedelec is supplied with a charger. As a general rule, any BOSCH charger may be used: • The 2A compact charger • The 4A standard charger • The 6A fast charger Observe the operating instructions in the section on Documents.
  • Page 28: Proper Use

    Overview Proper use The general laws and the regulations for the prevention of accidents and environmental The pedelec must only be used in perfect, fully protection in the respective country of use must be functional condition. National requirements may adhered to. All check lists and instructions for apply to the pedelec which the standard actions in these operating instructions met.
  • Page 29: Improper Use

    Overview Improper use • carrying other people • riding with excessive baggage Failure to adhere to the proper use poses a risk of • riding with no hands personal injury and material damage. The pedelec • riding on ice and snow is not suitable for the following uses: •...
  • Page 30: Technical Data

    Overview Technical data 3.4.4 Performance Line CX Cruise motor Continuous power rating 250 W 3.4.1 Pedelec Max. torque 75 Nm Transportation temperature 5 °C - 25 °C Nominal voltage 36 V DC Ideal transportation temperature 10 °C - 15 °C Protection class IP54 Storage temperature...
  • Page 31: Lighting

    Overview 3.4.7 Lighting 3.4.10 PowerPack 500 battery Applicable to motors: Performance Line Cruise, Nominal voltage 36 V Performance Line Speed and Performance Line CX Nominal capacity 13.4 Ah Voltage about 6/12 V Energy 500 Wh Maximum output Weight 2.6/ 2.7 kg Front light 8.4/17.4 W Protection class...
  • Page 32: Powertube 500 Battery

    Protection class IPx7 width) – horizontal Weight about 1 kg Battery dimensions (length/height/ 495/65/84 width) – Vertical Table 29: BOSCH Pedelec ABS BAS100 technical data Battery dimensions (length/height/ 416/65/84 width) 3.4.17 Emissions Battery pack 40 10s4p cells A-weighted emission sound pressure <...
  • Page 33: Environmental Requirements

    Overview Environmental requirements You can be ride the pedelec within a temperature As a general rule, you should avoid temperatures range between 5 °C and 35 °C. The drive system under -10 °C or over +60 °C is limited in its performance outside this You must also keep within the following temperature range.
  • Page 34 Overview The pedelec is unsuitable for the following areas of use: Child's bicycles/ City and trekking Area of use bicycles for young Mountain bikes Racing bicycle Cargo bike Folding bicycle bicycles adults Never drive off-road Never drive off-road Never drive off-road Never drive off-road Never drive off-road or perform jumps.
  • Page 35: Description Of Controls And Screens

    Overview Description of controls and 3.6.3 Control panel screens The control panel has six buttons. 3.6.1 Handlebars Figure 20: Detailed view of pedelec from rider position, example Rear brake lever Bell Headlight Figure 22: Control panel overview Display Symbol Designation Front brake lever <...
  • Page 36: Status Screen

    Overview You can make the following settings on the Quick Symbol Menu. km/h Speed unit indicator Explanation Riding light symbol R ESE T [D D. MM. YY] All journey data are reset to zero for the trip distance up until this point.
  • Page 37: Power Evaluation

    Overview You will find the following superior sections on the Level of assistance first navigation level: O F F When the drive system is switched on, Screen display Function the motor assistance is switched off. R EG IS TR AT IO N Information on registration, at a later The pedelec can be used like a normal stage...
  • Page 38: System Settings And Data

    Overview 3.6.4.10 System settings and data Applies only to Pedelecs with eShift with NuVinci H|Sync/ enviolo with Optimized H|Sync In order to see the system settings and data, the rider has to call up the system settings. The rider The following additional functions are available on can change the values of the system settings, but the function display: not the system data.
  • Page 39 Overview If the ABS indicator lamp is lit, the ABS function is not active. Notice The anti-blocking system indicator lamp may light up if the front and rear wheels are rotating at widely different speeds from one another – for example, if the rider cycles on the rear wheel only or if a wheel is rotating for a unusually long time without making contact with the ground (fitting...
  • Page 40: Transportation And Storing

    Transporting and storing Transporting and storing CAUTION Physical transport Oil leak if no transport securing device characteristics The brake securing device prevents the brakes from being applied accidentally during 4.1.1 Dimensions during transportation transportation. This could cause irreparable damage to the brake system or an oil leak, which There was no information relating to the box will harm the environment.
  • Page 41: Transporting The Battery

    Transporting and storing Storing Notice The specialist dealer will advise you on how to CAUTION select a suitable rack system properly and how to use it safely. Risk of fire and explosion due to high temperatures  If you ship the pedelec, we recommend that you have it partially dismantled and packaged Temperatures over 60 °C can also cause liquid to properly by the specialist dealer.
  • Page 42: Break In Operation

    Transporting and storing 4.3.1 Break in operation 4.3.1.1 Preparing a break in operation  Remove battery from the pedelec. Notice  Charge battery to around 30%–60% The battery discharges when not in use. This can  The pedelec needs to be cleaned with a damp cause irreparable damage to the battery.
  • Page 43: Assembly

    Assembly Assembly Unpacking CAUTION WARNING Hand injuries caused by cardboard packaging Injury to the eyes The shipping carton is closed with metal staples. Problems may arise if the settings are not made There is a risk of puncture wounds and cuts when to components properly and you may sustain unpacking and crushing the packaging.
  • Page 44: Commissioning

    Assembly Commissioning 5.3.1 Checking the battery WARNING CAUTION Risk of fire and explosion due to faulty battery Risk of fire and explosion due to incorrect charger The safety electronics may fail if the battery is damaged or faulty. The residual voltage can Batteries which are recharged with an unsuitable cause a short circuit.
  • Page 45: Installing The Wheel With Screw-on Axle (15 Mm)

    Assembly  Tighten the axle with a 5 mm hexagon socket 5.3.2.2 Installing the wheel with screw-on axle (20 mm) spanner to 8–10 Nm.  Insert the axle completely on the drive side. Figure 27: Tightening the axle  Insert the securing screw on the non-drive Figure 30: Tightening the inserted axle side.
  • Page 46: Installing The Wheel With A Quick Release

    Assembly  Tighten the axle with the red handle. 5.3.2.3 Installing the wheel with a quick release axle CAUTION Crash caused by loose quick release axle A faulty or incorrectly installed quick release axle may become caught in the brake disc and block the wheel.
  • Page 47: Installing The Wheel With A Quick Release

    Assembly  Check the position and clamping force of the 5.3.3 Installing the wheel with a quick quick release lever. The quick release lever release must be flush with the lower housing. You must CAUTION be able to see a slight impression on the palm of your hand when you close the quick release Crash caused by unfastened quick lever.
  • Page 48: Installing The Wheel In The Fox Fork

    Assembly  Push in the quick release until you hear a 5.3.4 Installing the wheel in the FOX fork clicking sound. Make sure that the flange is Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment extended. 5.3.4.1 Wheel with quick release (15 mm) The procedure for installing the 15 x 100 mm and 15 x 110 mm quick releases is the same.
  • Page 49: Adjusting The Fox Quick Release

    Assembly 5.3.4.2 Adjusting the FOX quick release 5.3.4.3 Installing the wheel with Kabolt axles The procedure for installing the 15 x 100 mm and 15 x 110 mm Kabolt axles is the same.  Place the front wheel in the fork ends of the fork.
  • Page 50: Pedelec Sale

    Assembly Checking the headset backlash  To check the handlebar headset backlash, close the quick release lever on the stem. Place the fingers of one hand on the upper headset cup, pull the front wheel brake with the other hand and try to push the pedelec backwards and forwards.
  • Page 51: Operation

    Operation Operation CAUTION Risks and hazards Risk of fire and burning due to hot motor The motor housing becomes hot when riding. WARNING Touching it may cause burns to the skin or other objects. Injuries and death caused by other road users ...
  • Page 52: Tips For A Greater Range

    Operation Gear shift Moisture penetrating at low temperatures may impair individual pedelec functions due to the Shifting gears correctly also makes pedelecs open structural design. more efficient: It is best to set off and ride up hills using a low gear and switch up a gear depending ...
  • Page 53: Error Messages

    Operation Error messages Code Description Method of resolution 6.2.1 Error message display  Internal display error Have display checked. The drive system monitors itself continuously and  Internal drive unit error Re-start the system.  Contact your specialist displays a number as an error message if a known dealer if the problem error is detected.
  • Page 54 Operation Code Description Method of resolution Code Description Method of resolution   Authentication error Turn off the drive system. Charger error Replace the charger.   Remove the battery. Contact your specialist  Insert the battery again. dealer if the problem ...
  • Page 55: Battery Error Message

    Operation 6.2.2 Battery error message Code Description Method of resolution The battery is protected against deep discharge,  870, Communication error Re-start the system.  overcharging, overheating and short circuits by 871, Contact your specialist dealer if the problem Electronic Cell Protection (ECP). In the event of a 883 ...
  • Page 56: Before The First Ride

    Operation Before the first ride 6.3.2 Determining the seat height  To determine the seat height safely, either push CAUTION the pedelec near to a wall, so that you can lean on the wall to support yourself or ask another person Crash caused by incorrectly adjusted torques to hold the pedelec for you.
  • Page 57: Height-adjustable Seat Post

    Operation  Set the seat post at the required height. Lowering the saddle  To lower the saddle, press your hand down on the CAUTION saddle or sit on the saddle. Press the seat post activation lever and hold it down. Crash caused by an excessively high seat post ...
  • Page 58: Adjusting The Handlebars

    Operation  The handlebar settings must only be adjusted while the pedelec is stationary.  Unfasten and adjust the designated screw connections, and clamp them with the maximum tightening torque for the clamping screws of the handlebars. 6.3.3 Adjusting the handlebars Figure 52: Open (2) and closed (1) clamping lever on the stem;...
  • Page 59: Checking The Clamping Force In Quick Releases

    Operation 6.3.3.4 Checking the clamping force in quick releases  Open and close the quick releases on the stem or the seat post.  The clamping force is sufficient if the clamping lever can be moved easily from the open final position into the middle and has to be pressed with the fingers or base of the thumb from the middle point onwards.
  • Page 60: Adjusting The Grip Distance On A Magura Brake Lever

    Operation 6.3.4.3 Adjusting the grip distance on a CAUTION Magura brake lever Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Crash caused by incorrectly set suspension If the suspension is adjusted incorrectly, the fork Use a T25 TORX® wrench to turn the setting may become damaged, so that problems may screw to adjust the grip distance.
  • Page 61: Adjusting The Air Suspension Fork Negative Deflection

    Operation  Get off the pedelec without allowing it to 6.3.5.2 Adjusting the air suspension fork negative deflection deflect. Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment  Measure the distance between the dust wiper and the cable tie. This dimension is the sag. ...
  • Page 62: Adjusting The Rebound

    Operation  The ideal setting in relation to the weight of the 6.3.6 Adjusting the suspension of the rider has been achieved when the shock FOX fork absorber deflects 3 mm under the stationary Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment load of the rider.
  • Page 63: Adjusting The Rebound

    Operation  Pump the suspension fork up to the desired  Increase or reduce the air pressure until you pressure. Never exceed the recommended have reached the desired sag. maximum air pressure. Comply with the values  Once the sag is correct, re-tighten the blue air of the filling pressure table.
  • Page 64: Setting The Suntour Rear Frame Damper

    Operation 6.3.7 Setting the Suntour rear frame 6.3.7.2 Adjusting the rebound damper The rebound defines the speed at which the rear frame damper rebounds after being loaded. The Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment rebound setting depends on the air pressure setting. Higher sag settings require lower rebound settings.
  • Page 65: Setting The Fox Rear Frame Damper

    Operation 6.3.8 Setting the FOX rear frame damper The negative deflection (2) is the distance between the O-ring (4) and the rubber air Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment chamber seal (1). The total deflection of the rear frame damper (5) is the distance between the end 6.3.8.1 Adjusting the negative deflection of the rear frame damper (3) and the rubber air chamber seal (1)
  • Page 66: Retracting The Brake Linings

    Operation  Determine your rebound setting based on the air pressure. Turn the rebound adjuster back anti-clockwise by the number of clicks specified in the table below: Air pressure (psi) Recommended rebound setting < 100 Open (anti-clockwise) 100 - 120 120 - 140 140 - 160 160 - 180...
  • Page 67: Accessories

    Operation Accessories CAUTION We recommend a parking stand into which either Risk of crushing due to exposed springs the front or rear wheel can be inserted securely for pedelecs which do not have a kickstand. The The child may crush his/her fingers on exposed following accessories are recommended: springs or open mechanical parts of the saddle or Description...
  • Page 68: Bicycle Trailers

    Operation 6.4.3 Pannier rack cables, brake cables, hydraulic and electrical cables are adjusted as necessary, the rider's The specialist dealer will advise on choosing a freedom of movement is not restricted and the suitable pannier rack. pedelec's permitted total weight is not exceeded. The specialist dealer must install the pannier rack The specialist dealer will provide instruction on the first time to ensure that it is safely fitted.
  • Page 69: Before Each Ride

    Operation Before each ride Check list before each ride  Check the pedelec before each ride. CAUTION  Do not use the pedelec if there is evidently something wrong with it. Crash caused by difficult-to-spot damage If the pedelec topples over or you have a fall or an ...
  • Page 70: Using The Kickstand

    Operation Using the kickstand CAUTION CAUTION Crash caused by unsecured baggage Crash caused by a lowered kickstand Loose or unsecured objects on the pannier rack, e.g. belts, may become caught in the rear wheel. The kickstand does not fold up automatically. This may cause a crash with injuries.
  • Page 71: Rechargeable Battery

     Protect the battery against heat over 60 °C, connecting cables or defective contacts. e.g. against permanent direct sunlight.  Use the battery with BOSCH Systems Risk of fire and explosion due to short circuit pedelecs only. This is the only way that the...
  • Page 72: Frame Battery

    Operation 6.9.2 Pannier rack battery Notice Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment If you leave a key inserted when riding or transporting the pedelec, it may break off or the 6.9.2.1 Removing the pannier rack battery locking system may open accidentally. ...
  • Page 73: Inserting The Integrated Battery

    Operation  (1) Open the battery lock with the key. 6.9.4 Charging the battery  (2) The battery is released and falls into the WARNING retainer guard.  (3) Hold the battery in your hand from beneath. Risk of fire and explosion due to faulty battery Use the other hand to push on the retainer The safety electronics on damaged or faulty guard from above.
  • Page 74: Charging The Dual Battery

    Operation  6.9.5 Charging the dual battery The ambient temperature during the charging process must be within the range from 0 °C to Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment 40 °C.  The battery can remain on the pedelec or can be One of the charging sockets is not accessible or is removed for charging.
  • Page 75: Charging Process When One Battery Is Used

    Operation 6.9.5.2 Charging process when one battery is used You can charge each battery individually if you remove them from their mounts. If only one battery is used, you will only be able to charge the battery on the pedelec which has an accessible charging socket.
  • Page 76: Electric Drive System

    Operation 6.10 Electric drive system 6.10.2 Switching off the drive system As soon as you stop pushing the pedals in normal 6.10.1 Switching on the electric drive mode or reach a speed of 25 km/h, the drive system system switches off the assistance system. The assistance system starts up again if you push the CAUTION pedals and your speed is less than 25 km/h.
  • Page 77: Control Panel With Display

    Operation  Position the display in its mount. 6.10.3 Control panel with display  The charging process starts automatically. CAUTION 6.10.4.2 Charging the display rechargeable Crash caused by distraction battery via the USB port A lack of concentration while riding increases the Notice risk of an accident.
  • Page 78: Removing And Attaching The Display

    Operation Removing and attaching the 6.10.5.3 6.10.5.6 Securing the display display Notice Notice The blocking screw does not offer protection If the rider is not present, the display can be used against theft. without authorisation, e.g. it may be stolen, the system settings may be changed or journey ...
  • Page 79: Switching On The Display

    Operation 6.10.6 Switching on the display 6.10.9 Using the riding light   Press the On-Off button (display) once. The drive system needs to be already switched on to turn on the riding light.  The electric drive system is switched on. ...
  • Page 80: Opening The Start Screen

    Select button individual parameters in the online operating > Browse forwards button instructions at: Plus button www.Bosch-eBike.com/Kiox-manual. Push assist button – Minus button 6.10.16 Opening the quick menu Table 49: Overview of the control panel You can use the Browse back button (2) and the...
  • Page 81: 3changing The Desired Pedalling

    Operation  Press the plus button or the minus button to 6.10.16.4 Changing defined gears change the displayed setting. Applies only to pedelecs with NuVinci H|Sync/ enviolo with Optimized H|Sync equipment  Press and hold the RESET button for 3 seconds to save the changed system ...
  • Page 82: Brake

    Operation 6.11 Brake DANGER DANGER After swallowing Hydraulic fluid can be fatal if it is swallowed  Rinse out mouth with water. Never induce and penetrates into the respiratory system vomiting! Risk of aspiration!  Place a person lying on their back who is Hydraulic fluid may leak out after an accident or due to material fatigue.
  • Page 83: Using The Brake Lever

    Operation WARNING CAUTION Amputation due to rotating brake disc Crash after cleaning or storage The brake disc in disc brakes is so sharp that it The brake system is not designed for use on a can cause serious injuries to fingers if they are pedelec which is placed on its side or turned inserted into the disc brake openings.
  • Page 84: Using The Back-pedal Brake

    Operation 6.11.2 Using the back-pedal brake WARNING Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Accidents on bends and slippery ground  The best braking effect is achieved if the pedals You are at greater risk of falling off if you use ABS are in the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock position when braking manoeuvres on bends.
  • Page 85: While Riding

    Operation  Remember that the anti-blocking system can WARNING make your braking distance longer.  Reduce your speed on slippery ground. Brake in Accidents due to manipulation bursts and in good time. Modified or manipulated ABS components or use of non-authorised replacement components will Notice have an adverse effect on the ABS function.
  • Page 86: Adjusting The Compression Of The Fox Damper

    Operation 6.12.2 Adjusting the compression of the 6.12.3 Adjusting the compression of the Fox damper Suntour fork Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment The compression adjuster makes it possible to The compression adjuster makes it possible to make quick adjustments to the suspension make quick adjustments to the suspension behaviour of the damper to suit changes in terrain.
  • Page 87: Adjusting The Rebound In A Rock Shox Damper

    Operation  Use the OPEN position for rough descents and  If the rear wheel bounces back much more the LOCK position for efficient climbing. First set quickly or slowly than the front wheel, change the the compression adjuster to the OPEN position. setting by turning the setting wheel.
  • Page 88: Using The Derailleur Gears

    Operation 6.13.1 Using the derailleur gears Notice The interior hub is not completely waterproof. If Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment water gets into the hub, it may rust and the gear The speed and range can be increased while switch function may no longer function as a result.
  • Page 89: Eshift With Manual Shimano Di2

    Operation You will find how to switch from automatic to 6.13.3.3 eShift with Shimano DI2 automatic hub gears manual mode, depending on the shifter used, described in your operating instructions for your Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment gear shift. The new gear is shown briefly on the screen each If you use the shifter when in automatic mode, the time it is changed.
  • Page 90: Cleaning And Servicing

    Cleaning and servicing Cleaning and servicing Cleaning check list The following servicing measures must be performed regularly. Servicing can be performed  Clean the pedals after each ride by the operator and rider. In case of any doubt, consult the specialist dealer. Clean the suspension fork and, if ...
  • Page 91: Basic Cleaning

    Cleaning and servicing Basic cleaning 7.2.1 Cleaning the frame  Soak dirt stains on the frame with dish-washing CAUTION detergent if the dirt is thick and ingrained.  After leaving it to soak for a time, remove the Crash caused by brake failure dirt and mud with a sponge, brush and The braking effect may be unusually poor toothbrush.
  • Page 92: Cleaning The Chain

    Cleaning and servicing 7.2.6 Cleaning the chain Notice Notice  Do not clean the battery with solvents, such as thinners, alcohol, oil and corrosion protection,  Never use aggressive (acid-based) cleaners, or with cleaning agents. rust removers or degreasers when cleaning the chain.
  • Page 93: Cleaning The Brake

    Cleaning and servicing 7.3.1 Servicing the frame Notice  Dry frame after cleaning. If water enters into the drive unit, the unit will be  Spray with care oil. Clean off the care oil again permanently damaged. after a short time. ...
  • Page 94: Maintenance

    Cleaning and servicing Maintenance 7.4.2 Checking the tyres  Check the tyre wear. The tyre is worn if the anti- CAUTION puncture protection or the carcass cords are visible. Crash and falling caused by unintentional  A specialist dealer will need to change the tyre if activation it is worn.
  • Page 95: Presta Valve

    Cleaning and servicing 7.4.4.2 Presta valve 7.4.5 Brake system  It is recommendable to use CAUTION a bicycle pump with a pressure gauge. The Crash caused by brake failure operating instructions for the bicycle pump must be Worn brake discs and brake linings, as well as a adhered to.
  • Page 96: Cable-operated Gear Shift, Single-cable

    Cleaning and servicing 7.4.8 Checking the brake discs for wear 7.4.13 Checking the belt and chain tension  Check that the brake disc is no less than 1.8 Notice mm at any point. Excessive chain tension increases wear.  The brake discs have not reached the wear limit.
  • Page 97: Error Messages

    Maintenance Maintenance CAUTION Hazard for the environment due to toxic WARNING substances Injury due to damaged brakes The brake system contains toxic and Special tools and specialist knowledge are environmentally harmful oils and lubricants. Such required to repair the brakes. Incorrect or fluids will contaminate if they enter the sewers or unauthorised assembly can damage the brakes.
  • Page 98: Repair

    Maintenance 8.1.1 Checking the quick release clearance is too great (more than 1 mm on the fork bridge).  Check the position and clamping force of the  The specialist dealer will fully inspect the quick release lever. The quick release lever interior and exterior of the rear frame damper, must be flush with the lower housing.
  • Page 99: Recycling And Disposal

    Maintenance 8.2.1 Cable-operated gear shift, single- 8.2.3 Cable-operated twist grip, dual- cable cable Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment  For a smooth gear shift, adjust the adjusting  For a smooth gear shift, set the adjusting sleeves on the shifter housing.
  • Page 100: Documents

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Troubleshooting and fault  Insert the battery. clearance  Start the drive system.  If the drive system does not start up, remove WARNING the battery. Risk of fire and explosion due to faulty battery ...
  • Page 101: Assembly Report

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Repair Special knowledge and tools are required for many repairs. That is why only a specialist dealer may perform repairs such as: • Replacing tyres and rims • Replacing brake pads and brake linings • Replacing and tensioning the chain.
  • Page 102: Recycling And Disposal

    Recycling and disposal Recycling and disposal CAUTION Hazard for the environment WARNING The fork, rear frame damper and hydraulic brake Risk of fire and explosion system contain toxic and environmentally harmful The safety electronics on a damaged or faulty oils and lubricants. Such fluids will contaminate if battery may fail.
  • Page 103: Maintenance Log

    Documents Documents 11.1 Parts list There was no information relating to a parts list yet at the time of going to press. You'll find the information in the latest operating instructions. MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 104: Assembly Report

    Documents 11.2 Assembly report Date: Frame number: Components Description Criteria Measures if rejected Accept- Assembly/inspection Tests Rejection ance Front wheel Assembly O.K. Loose Adjust quick release Kickstand Check mount fastening Functional check O.K. Loose Retighten screws Tyre pressure too low/too Tyres Tyre pressure check O.K.
  • Page 105 Documents Components Description Criteria Measures if rejected Drive/gear shift Chain/cassette/ Refasten if necessary or replace Check for damage O.K. Damage pinion/chainring as specified in parts list Chain guard/spoke Check for damage O.K. Damage Replace as specified in parts list guard Bottom bracket axle/ Check mount fastening O.K.
  • Page 106: Charger Operating Instructions

    Documents 11.3 Maintenance log Diagnosis and documentation of current status Date: Frame number: Components Frequency Description Criteria Measures if rejected Inspection Tests Maintenance Accept- Rejection ance Front wheel 6 months Assembly O.K. Loose Adjust quick release Kickstand 6 months Check mount fastening Functional check O.K.
  • Page 107 Documents Components Frequency Description Criteria Measures if rejected Inspection Tests Maintenance Accept- Rejection ance Light system First examination O.K. Error message Contact battery Rechargeable manufacturer; take out of battery service, new battery Connections, correct O.K. Cable defective, New cabling Light cabling wiring no light Side light...
  • Page 108 Documents Technical inspection, checking safety, test ride Components Description Criteria Measures if rejected Assembly/inspection Tests Accept- Rejection ance Functional check O.K. No full braking; braking Locate defective part in brake Brake system distance too long system and correct Gear shift under operat- Functional check O.K.
  • Page 109: Charger Operating Instructions

    Documents 11.4 Charger operating instructions MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 110 Standard Charger BCS220 0 275 007 907 Input: 230V 50Hz 1.5A Li-Ion Output: 36V Use ONLY with BOSCH Li-Ion batteries Made in PRC Robert Bosch GmbH, Reutlingen eBike Battery Charger 36-6/230 Fast Charger BCS250 0 275 007 918 Input: 230V 50Hz 2.15A...
  • Page 111 Documents Compact Charger %&6 MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 112 Documents MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 113 Documents MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 114 Documents MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 115: Keyword Index

    Documents MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
  • Page 116: Glossary

    Documents MY20B01-22_1.0_21.06.2019...
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  • Page 118: Keyword Index

    Keyword index Keyword index Fork, 18 - setting the compression damper, Air chamber, 20 Rear frame damper, Air valve structure, 20 Fork, 19 Fork end, 18 Rear light, 23 Rear frame damper, 20 Setting the rebound damper, 86 Rear wheel brake, 21 Alternative, 10 structure, 19 Rebound damper adjuster,...
  • Page 119: Appendix

    Glossary Glossary and associated wiring for the motor electrical power assistance. Brake lever Electrically power assisted cycle, pedelec Source: EN 15194:2017: lever used to apply the Source: EN 15194:2017: electrically power brake. assisted cycle, equipped with pedals and an auxiliary electric motor, which cannot be propelled Braking distance exclusively by means of the auxiliary electric motor, except in start-up assistance mode.
  • Page 120 Glossary Maximum continuous power Permitted total weight Source: ZEG: the maximum continuous power is Source: EN 15194:2017: weight of the fully the maximum power for the electric motor output assembled pedelec plus the rider and baggage, shaft during 30 minutes. as specified by the manufacturer.
  • Page 121 Glossary Wear Source: DIN 31051: reduction in useful life (4.3.4), caused by chemical and/or physical processes. Weight of ready-to-ride bicycle Source: ZEG: the indicated weight for a ready-to- ride bicycle refers to the weight of a pedelec at the time of sale. The weight of each additional accessory must be added to this weight.
  • Page 122: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Translation of the original EC declaration of conformity The manufacturer: ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs-Genossenschaft eG Longericher Straße 2 50739 Köln, Germany hereby declares that the electrically power assisted cycles of types: 20-17-4029, 20-17-4030, 20-17-4031, 20-18-1888, 20-18-1950, 20-18-4044, 20-18-4045 Year of manufacture 2019 and year of manufacture 2020 comply with all applicable requirements of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.

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