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TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BULLS Twenty 6 EVO ; BULL S Tw en ty 6 EVO Team
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READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
KEEP SAFE TO CONSULT AT A LATER DATE
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  • Page 1 K K K W W W W W W A A W W A BULLS Twenty 6 EVO ; BULL S Tw en ty 6 EVO Team 20-2 6-300 1; 20 - 26-40 01 MY20 B01 - 52 _1.0 _ 02.10.20 19...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    PowerTube battery Requirements for the rider 3.4.12 Purion display Vulnerable groups 3.4.13 USB port Data privacy 3.4.14 BOSCH pedelec ABS BAS100 Personal protective equipment Safety markings and safety instructions 11 3.4.15 Emissions Emergency 3.4.16 Tightening torque 2.8.1 What to do in an emergency Environmental requirements 2.8.2...
  • Page 3 Contents Commissioning 6.5.6.4 Adjusting the air suspension fork 5.3.1 Checking the battery rebound 5.3.2 Installing the wheel in the Suntour fork 6.5.7 Adjusting the FOX fork 5.3.2.1 Screw-on axle (15 mm) 6.5.7.1 Adjusting the negative deflection 5.3.2.2 Screw-on axle (20 mm) 6.5.7.2 Adjusting the rebound 5.3.2.3...
  • Page 4: My20b01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019

    Contents 6.14.3 Journey information 7.2.8 Cleaning the display 6.14.3.1 Switching the journey information 7.2.9 Cleaning the drive unit 6.14.3.2 Resetting the trip distance 7.2.10 Cleaning the brake 6.14.3.3 Resetting the range Servicing 7.3.1 Servicing the frame 6.14.3.4 Changing the tachometer unit 7.3.2 Servicing the stem 6.14.3.5 Displaying versions and type numbers...
  • Page 5 Contents 9.2.4 Tyre clearance check Recycling and disposal Documents 11.1 Parts list 11.2 Assembly report 11.3 Maintenance log 11.4 Charger operating instructions Glossary 13.1 Abbreviations 13.2 Simplified terms Translation of the original EU Declaration of Conformity MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 6: About These Operating Instructions

    About these operating instructions About these operating instructions Manufacturer Thank you for your trust! BULLS pedelecs are premium quality bicycles. The pedelec manufacturer is: You have made an excellent choice. Your specialist dealer will provide you with guidance ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs-Genossenschaft eG and instruction and assemble your product.
  • Page 7: Language

    About these operating instructions Language 1.7.2 Markups The following conventions are used in these The original operating instructions are written in operating instructions: German. A translation is not valid without the original operating instructions. Convention Laws, standards and directives Italics Glossary term These operating instructions comply with the Underlined in blue...
  • Page 8: Nameplate

    About these operating instructions Nameplate The nameplate is situated on the frame. You will Figure 2. You will find thirteen pieces of find the precise position of the nameplate in information on the nameplate. ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs- Genossenschaft eG Longericher Str. 2 50739 Köln, Germany Typ: 20-16-0001...
  • Page 9: Safety

    Safety Safety General warnings CAUTION WARNING Risk of fire and explosion due to short circuit Small metal objects may connect the battery's Risk of fire and explosion due to faulty battery electrical terminals. The battery may self-ignite The safety electronics may fail if the battery is and explode.
  • Page 10: Toxic Substances

    Safety CAUTION CAUTION Fire caused by overheated charger Environmental hazard posed by oil and lubricants from rear frame damper The charger heats up when charging the battery. In case of insufficient cooling, this can result in The rear frame damper contains toxic and fire or burns to the hands.
  • Page 11: Requirements For The Rider

    If minors are to use the pedelec, comprehensive During maintenance, the pedelec is connected to instruction should be provided by or in the the diagnosis tool and data is transferred to Bosch presence of the legal guardians. Supervised use Pedelec Systems (Robert Bosch GmbH)
  • Page 12: Emergency

    Safety Emergency The nameplate may also contain the safety markings in addition to safety instructions. 2.8.1 What to do in an emergency  In the event of a hazard or danger in road Read the instructions traffic, apply the brakes on the pedelec until it comes to a halt.
  • Page 13: Fighting Fire

    Safety 2.8.3 Fighting fire WARNING Intoxication Inhaling vapours can cause intoxication.  Stand on the side of the fire where the wind is blowing from.  Use breathing apparatus if possible. The safety electronics may fail if the battery is damaged or faulty.
  • Page 14: Overview

    Overview Overview Figure 2: Pedelec viewed from the right: Bulls Twenty 6 used as example Front wheel Saddle Fork Rear wheel Handlebars Chain Stem Damper Frame Battery and nameplate Seat post MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 15: Description

    Overview Description 3.1.2.2 Suspension fork A suspension fork is based either on a steel spring or 3.1.1 Wheel air suspension. The pedelec has two wheels: a front wheel and a Unlike a rigid fork, a suspension fork has two rear wheel. functions which improve floor contact and comfort: suspension and damping.
  • Page 16: Steel Suspension Fork

    Overview 3.1.2.3 Steel suspension fork 3.1.2.4 Air suspension fork The stem and handlebars are fastened to the fork The air suspension fork features air suspension and a compression damper plus a rebound damper in steerer (1). The wheel is fastened to the quick some cases.
  • Page 17: Suntour Rear Frame Damper

    Overview 3.1.3 Brake system 3.1.2.5 Suntour rear frame damper The rear frame damper features air suspension, a Every pedelec has a hydraulic brake system. The compression damper and a rebound damper. brake fluid is in a closed hose system. If the rider pulls the brake lever, the brake fluid activates the brake on the wheel.
  • Page 18: Disc Brake

    The brake lever is pushed to increase brake pressure. The brake fluid is used to transfer pressure through the brake lines to the cylinders Figure 13: BOSCH ABS in the brake calliper. The braking force is boosted 1 ABS control unit with housing...
  • Page 19 Overview If the wheel blocks again, the pressure is reduced again. This process is repeated to keep the wheel at its limit of traction, thus making optimum use of the coefficient of friction between the tyres and the road surface. The ABS stops when one of the following events occurs: •...
  • Page 20: Electric Drive System

    Rechargeable battery The pedelec also has an integrated electric drive system. Bosch batteries are lithium ion batteries which are developed and manufactured to the latest The electric drive system is made up of 8 technical standards. Each individual cell is...
  • Page 21: Frame Battery

    Overview The type and duration of operating conditions Battery housing Battery lock have a significant effect on the battery life. Just Battery key like any other lithium-ion battery, the battery will On-Off button (battery) age naturally if it is not being used. The battery's Battery level indicator service life can be extended if the battery is well Charging port cover...
  • Page 22: Integrated Battery

    3.1.8 Charger Retainer guard Securing hook Each pedelec is supplied with a charger. As a On-Off button (battery) general rule, any BOSCH charger may be used: Battery level indicator Battery housing • The 2A compact charger • The 4A standard charger •...
  • Page 23: Proper Use

    Overview Proper use 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 24: Improper Use

    Overview Improper use Failure to adhere to the proper use poses a risk of • lending the pedelec to untrained riders • carrying other people personal injury and material damage. It is • riding with excessive baggage prohibited to use the pedelec in the following •...
  • Page 25: Technical Data

    Overview Technical data 3.4.4 Performance Line Cruise motor Continuous power rating 250 W 3.4.1 Pedelec Max. torque 63 Nm Transportation temperature 5 °C - 25 °C Nominal voltage 36 V DC Ideal transportation temperature 10 °C - 15 °C Protection class IP54 Storage temperature 10 °C - 30 °C...
  • Page 26: Pedelec Lighting

    Overview 3.4.7 Pedelec 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 27: Bosch Pedelec Abs Bas100

    Storage temperature -10 °C - +60 °C Protection class IPx7 Weight about 1 kg Table 26: BOSCH pedelec ABS BAS100 technical data 3.4.15 Emissions A-weighted emission sound pressure < 70 dB(A) level Total vibration level for the hands and < 2.5 m/s²...
  • Page 28: Environmental Requirements

    Overview Environmental requirements You can be ride the pedelec within a temperature Temperatures under -10 °C and over +60 °C must range between 5 °C and 35 °C. The electric drive be avoided. system is limited in its performance outside this You must also keep within the following temperature range.
  • Page 29 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 30: Description Of Controls And Screens

    Overview Description of controls and 3.6.3 Control panel on-screen indicators screens The control panel with display has seven on-screen indicators: 3.6.1 Handlebars Figure 21: Detailed view of pedelec from rider position, example Rear brake lever Bell Headlight Figure 23: On-screen indicators overview Display Front brake lever Control panel...
  • Page 31: Function Display

    Overview 3.6.3.3 Function display 3.6.3.4 Gear recommendation The last setting is always displayed on the Pedalling frequencies higher than 50 revolutions function display screen by default. per minute optimise drive unit efficiency. However, very slow pedalling uses up a great deal The control panel with display shows one of three of energy.
  • Page 32 Overview Journey information The following additional functions are available on the function display: Depending on the type of pedelec, the function Screen display Change display may show up to seven journey information ± N UV IN CI CA DEN CE / The current gear shift is shown items.
  • Page 33 Overview Additional system settings Applies only to Pedelecs with eShift with Shimano DI2 automatic hub gears Applies only to Pedelecs with eShift with Screen display Change Shimano DI2 automatic hub gears Gear adjustment You can use this menu option to make a fine adjustment to the Screen display Change...
  • Page 34: System Message

    Overview Applies only to Pedelecs with eShift with Rohloff If the ABS indicator lamp is lit, the ABS function is E-14 Speedhub 500/14 not active. Screen display Change Notice Start gear This is where you can set the start gear. The automatic gear switch The anti-blocking system indicator lamp may light function is switched off in up if the front and rear wheels are rotating at...
  • Page 35: Transporting 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 There was no information relating to the box damage to the brake system or an oil leak, which dimensions at the time of going to press.
  • Page 36: Transporting The Battery

    Transporting and storing  4.2.1 Transporting the battery Temperatures under -10 °C or over +60 °C must generally be avoided. Storage at about 20 °C is Batteries are subject to hazardous goods beneficial to a long service life. regulations. Undamaged batteries may be 4.3.1 Break in operation transported by private persons in road traffic.
  • Page 37: 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 correctly and you may sustain unpacking and crushing the packaging.
  • Page 38: Commissioning

    Assembly Commissioning 5.3.2 Installing the wheel in the Suntour fork CAUTION 5.3.2.1 Screw-on axle (15 mm) Burns from hot drive Only applies to Suntour forks with 15 mm screw-on axle The drive cooler can become extremely hot 1 Insert the axle completely on the drive side. during use.
  • Page 39: Screw-on Axle (20 Mm)

    Assembly 4 Tighten the securing screw with a 5 mm 5.3.2.3 Quick release axle hexagon socket spanner to 5–6 Nm. Only applies to Suntour forks with screw-on axle  The lever is mounted. 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 40 Assembly 2 Tighten the axle with the red handle. 5 Check the position and clamping force of the quick release lever. The quick release lever must be flush with the lower housing. You must be able to see a slight impression on the palm of your hand when you close the quick release lever.
  • Page 41: Quick Release

    Assembly 5.3.2.4 Quick release 2 Push in the quick release until you can hear a click. Make sure that the flange is extended. Only applies to Suntour forks with quick release CAUTION Crash caused by unfastened quick release A faulty or incorrectly installed quick release may become caught in the brake disc and block the wheel.
  • Page 42: Installing The Wheel In The Fox Fork

    Assembly 5.3.3 Installing the wheel in the FOX fork Setting the quick releases 5.3.3.1 Quick release (15 mm) Only applies to FOX forks with 15 mm screw-on axle The procedure for installing the 15 x 100 mm and 15 x 110 mm quick releases is the same. 1 Place the front wheel in the fork ends of the fork.
  • Page 43: Kabolt Axle

    Assembly 5.3.3.2 Kabolt axle 5.3.4.3 Checking the headset backlash 1 To check the handlebar headset backlash, Only applies to FOX forks with Kabolt axles close the quick release lever on the stem. The procedure for installing the 15 x 100 mm and 15 x 110 mm Kabolt axles is the same.
  • Page 44: 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 Other road users, trucks, cars or pedestrians often ...
  • Page 45: Personal Protective Equipment

    Operation Stopping & starting Notice  Ride long distances at a constant speed. Moisture penetrating at low temperatures may impair individual functions due to the open  Avoid stopping and starting frequently. structural design. Gear shift  Always keep the pedelec dry and free from ...
  • Page 46: Error Message

    Operation Error message Code Description Method of resolution 6.3.1 Display Error in USB port Re-start the system. Contact your specialist The drive system monitors itself continuously and dealer if the problem displays a number as an error message if a known persists.
  • Page 47 Operation Code Description Method of resolution Code Description Method of resolution An inadmissible electrical Remove consumer. Temperature error during Disconnect charger from load has been detected the charging process battery. Re-start the system. Leave battery to cool down. Contact your specialist dealer if the problem Contact your specialist persists.
  • Page 48: Rechargeable Battery

    Operation 6.3.2 Rechargeable battery Code Description Method of resolution The battery is protected against deep discharge, Implausible signals from Re-start the system. overcharging, overheating and short circuits by 833 ... the rear wheel speed Take a test ride of at least sensor.
  • Page 49: Instruction And Customer Service

    Operation Instruction and customer service  Place the saddle tilt in the horizontal position to adjust the pedelec to your needs for initial use. Your supplying specialist dealer will provide customer service. Contact details can be found on the pedelec pass for these operating instructions. If you are unable to contact your specialist dealer, you will find other specialist dealers online at www.bulls.de/service/downloads.
  • Page 50: Adjusting The Seat Height With Quick Release

    Operation 6.5.1.3 Adjusting the seat height with quick 6.5.1.4 Height-adjustable seat post release Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment 1 Open the quick release on the seat post to Preparing change the seat height (1). To do so, push the clamping lever away from the seat post (3).
  • Page 51: Adjusting The Seat Position

    Operation 6.5.1.5 Adjusting the seat position 6.5.2 Adjusting the handlebars The saddle can be shifted on the saddle frame. CAUTION The right horizontal position ensures an optimal leverage position for legs. This prevents knee Crash caused by incorrectly set clamping pain and painful incorrect pelvis positions.
  • Page 52: Adjusting The Quick Release Clamping Force

    Operation 6.5.4.1 Setting the grip distance on a Magura HS33 brake lever Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment You can adjust the brake lever position (grip distance) to your requirements. Such adjustment does not affect the pressure point or the position of the brake linings.
  • Page 53: Magura Hs22 Brake Lever

    Operation 6.5.4.2 Setting the grip distance on a 6.5.4.3 Setting the grip distance on a Magura HS22 brake lever Magura disc brake lever Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment You can adjust the brake lever position (grip WARNING distance) to your requirements.
  • Page 54: Setting The Pressure Point On A

    Operation 6.5.6 Adjusting Suntour fork 6.5.4.4 Setting the pressure point on a Magura brake lever Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment WARNING CAUTION Brake failure due to incorrect setting Crash caused by incorrectly set suspension If the pressure point is set with brakes where the If the suspension is set incorrectly, the fork may brake linings and brake disc have reached their become damaged, meaning problems may occur...
  • Page 55: Adjusting The Steel Suspension Fork Negative Deflection

    Operation 6.5.6.2 Adjusting the steel suspension fork 6.5.6.3 Adjusting the air suspension fork negative deflection negative deflection Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment You can adjust the tensioning in the fork spring to ...
  • Page 56: Adjusting The Air Suspension Fork Rebound

    Operation 6.5.7 Adjusting the FOX fork 7 Sit on the pedelec in your usual riding position and support yourself against an object, such as Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment a wall or tree. CAUTION 8 Get off the pedelec without allowing it to deflect.
  • Page 57: Adjusting The Rebound

    Operation 1 The air valve is located beneath a blue valve 10 Measure the distance between the dust wiper cap on the crown of the left-hand shock and the O-ring or cable tie. absorber. Unscrew the valve cap in an anti- ...
  • Page 58: Setting The Suntour Rear Frame Damper

    Operation 6.5.8 Setting the Suntour rear frame 6.5.8.2 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. 6.5.8.1 Adjusting the negative deflection Higher sag settings require lower rebound settings.
  • Page 59: Setting The Fox Rear Frame Damper

    Operation 6.5.9 Setting the FOX rear frame damper 6 Measure the distance between the air chamber seal (1) and the end of rear frame damper (3). Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment This gap is the total deflection for the rear frame damper (5).
  • Page 60 Operation 4 Turn the rebound adjuster clockwise to the closed position until it stops. 5 Adjust the rebound setting based on the air pressure reading. Turn the rebound adjuster back anti-clockwise by the number of clicks specified in the table below. Air pressure (psi) Recommended rebound setting <...
  • Page 61: Accessories

    Operation Accessories CAUTION We recommend a parking stand into which either Risk of crushing due to exposed springs the front wheel or rear wheel can be inserted securely for pedelecs which do not have a The child may crush his/her fingers on exposed kickstand.
  • Page 62: Bicycle Trailers

    Operation 6.6.2 Bicycle trailers 6.6.3 Pannier rack The specialist dealer will advise on choosing a CAUTION suitable pannier rack. Crash caused by brake failure The specialist dealer must install the pannier rack the first time to ensure that it is safely fitted. The brake will be weaker if the trailer load is excessive.
  • Page 63: Before Each Ride

    Operation Before each ride Check list before each ride  Check the pedelec before each ride. CAUTION  Take the pedelec out of service if you spot any anomalies. Crash caused by difficult-to-spot damage If the pedelec topples over or you have a fall or an ...
  • Page 64: 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. There is a risk of crashing if riding with the This may cause a crash with injuries.
  • Page 65: Rechargeable Battery

    Operation 6.11 Rechargeable battery 6.11.2 Pannier rack battery Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment  Switch off the battery and the drive system before removing or inserting the battery. 6.11.2.1 Removing the pannier rack battery 6.11.1 Frame battery Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment 6.11.1.1 Removing the frame battery Figure 68: Removing (2) and inserting (3) the pannier rack battery...
  • Page 66: Inserting The Integrated Battery

    Operation 1 Open battery lock with battery key (see [1]). 6.11.4 Charging the battery  The battery is released and falls into the CAUTION retainer guard (see [2]). 2 Hold the battery in your hand from below. Use Fire caused by overheated charger the other hand to push on the retainer guard The charger heats up when charging the battery.
  • Page 67: Charging The Dual Battery

    Operation 6.11.5.2 Charging process when one battery Notice is used  Check that mains voltage! The power source  Remove the batteries from their mounts to voltage must match the voltage indicated on charge each one individually. the charger nameplate. Chargers labelled ...
  • Page 68: Electric Drive System

    Operation 6.12 Electric drive system 6.12.2 Switching off the drive system As soon as you stop pushing the pedals in normal 6.12.1 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 69: Display

    Operation 6.13 Display 6.13.1 Overview of actions on the display screen CAUTION Action Button Duration Crash caused by distraction Switching on the display A lack of concentration while riding increases the risk of an accident. This may cause a crash with serious injuries.
  • Page 70: Using The Push Assist System

    Operation 6.14 Using the push assist system 6.14.1 Using the riding light  The drive system needs to be already switched CAUTION on to turn on the riding light.  Push the plus button for 1 to 2.5 seconds. Injury from pedals or wheels ...
  • Page 71: Resetting The Range

    4 Insert a new CR 2016 display battery. You can (depends on the sub-system). obtain the batteries recommended by Bosch  The drive system must be switched off. from your specialist dealer. Ensure correct polarity when inserting the display battery.
  • Page 72: Brake

    Operation 6.15 Brake CAUTION WARNING Crash caused by wet conditions Crash caused by brake failure The tyres may slip on wet roads. In wet conditions you must also expect a longer braking distance. Oil or lubricant on the brake disc in a disc brake The braking sensation differs from the usual or on the rim of a rim brake can cause the brake sensation.
  • Page 73: Using The Brake Lever

    Operation 6.15.1 Using the brake lever WARNING Accident due to ABS failure If the ABS indicator lamp is lit, the ABS function is not active.  Adapt riding to the circumstances. In extreme riding situations, the ABS may not be able to regulate until the pedelec comes to a halt.
  • Page 74: While Riding

    Operation  Always remember that the anti-blocking WARNING system can make the braking distance longer.  Reduce your speed on slippery ground. Brake Accidents due to manipulation in bursts and in good time. Modified or manipulated ABS components or use Notice of non-authorised replacement components will have an adverse effect on the ABS function.
  • Page 75: Adjusting The Compression In The Suntour Rear Frame Damper

    Operation 6.16.2 Adjusting the compression in 6.16.3 Adjusting the compression in the the Suntour rear frame damper Fox fork Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment The compression adjuster enables you to make The compression adjuster makes it possible to quick adjustments to the suspension behaviour in make quick adjustments to the suspension...
  • Page 76: Fox Rear Frame Damper

    Operation 6.16.4 Adjusting the compression in the 6.16.5 Adjusting the rebound in the Fox rear frame damper RockShox rear frame damper Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment The compression adjuster enables you to make The rebound damper determines the speed at quick adjustments to the suspension behaviour in which the fork rebounds to full length after...
  • Page 77: Adjusting The Compression In A Rockshox Damper

    Operation 6.16.6 Adjusting the compression in a 6.17.1 Using the derailleur gears RockShox damper Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment The speed and range can be increased while The compression damper controls the speed at applying the same force if you select the right which the rear frame damper deflects during slow gear.
  • Page 78: Using Eshift

    Operation 6.17.3 Using eShift Notice Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment The interior hub is not completely waterproof. If water gets into the hub, it may rust and the gear eShift refers to the integration of electronic gear switch function may no longer function as a result. shift systems into the electric drive system.
  • Page 79: Eshift With Manual Shimano Di2

    Operation 6.17.3.2 eShift with manual Shimano DI2 6.17.3.5 eShift with Rohloff E-14 Speedhub hub gears 500/14 Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment  The new gear is shown briefly on the display The new gear is shown briefly on the display screen each time it is changed.
  • Page 80: Cleaning And Servicing

    Cleaning and servicing Cleaning and servicing Cleaning after each ride Required tools and cleaning agents: Cleaning check list • Cloth  Clean the pedals after each ride • Air pump • Brush Clean the suspension fork and, if  after each ride •...
  • Page 81: Basic Cleaning

    Cleaning and servicing Basic cleaning 7.2.1 Cleaning the frame 1 Soak the entire frame with dish-washing CAUTION detergent if the dirt is thick and ingrained. 2 After leaving it to soak for a short time, remove Crash caused by brake failure the dirt and mud with a sponge, brush and The braking effect may be unusually poor toothbrushes.
  • Page 82: Cleaning The Chain

    Cleaning and servicing 7.2.6 Cleaning the chain 7.2.8 Cleaning the display Notice Notice  Never use aggressive (acid-based) cleaners, If water enters into the display screen, it will be rust removers or degreasers when cleaning permanently damaged. the chain.  Never immerse the display in water. ...
  • Page 83: Cleaning The Brake

    Cleaning and servicing 7.3.1 Servicing the frame Notice  Dry the frame. If water enters into the drive unit, the unit will be permanently damaged.  Spray with care oil.  Never immerse the drive unit in water.  Clean off the care oil again after a short time. ...
  • Page 84: Maintenance

    Cleaning and servicing Maintenance 7.4.1.1 Checking the tyres  Check the tyre wear. The tyre is worn if the CAUTION anti-puncture protection or the carcass cords are visible. Crash and falling caused by unintentional  A specialist dealer will need to change the tyre activation if it is worn.
  • Page 85: Checking And Adjusting The Tyre Pressure - Presta Valve

    Cleaning and servicing 7.4.1.4 Checking and adjusting the tyre 7.4.2 Brake system pressure – presta valve CAUTION Only applies to pedelecs with this equipment  It is recommendable to use a Crash caused by brake failure bicycle pump with a pressure gauge. Worn brake discs and brake linings, as well as a The operating instructions for the bicycle pump must be adhered to.
  • Page 86: Checking The Brake Discs For Wear

    Cleaning and servicing 7.4.5 Checking the brake discs for wear 7.4.10 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 their wear If the chain tension is too low, there is a risk that limit yet;...
  • Page 87: Maintenance

    Maintenance Maintenance CAUTION Hazard for the environment due to toxic WARNING substances Injury due to damaged brakes The brake system contains toxic and environmen- tally harmful oils and lubricants. Such fluids will con- Special tools and specialist knowledge are taminate if they enter the sewers or groundwater. required to repair the brakes.
  • Page 88: Axle With Quick Release

    Maintenance  The specialist dealer will fully inspect the 8.1.1 Checking the quick release interior and exterior of the rear frame damper,  Check the position and clamping force of the overhaul the rear frame damper, replace all air quick release lever. The quick release lever seals on air forks, overhaul the air suspension, must be flush with the lower housing.
  • Page 89: Cable-operated Gear Shift, Single-cable

    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 90: Troubleshooting, Fault Clearance And Repair

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Troubleshooting and fault 9.1.2 Error message clearance If an error message is displayed, run through the following actions: The components of the drive system are checked constantly and automatically. If an error is 1 Make a note of the system message.
  • Page 91: Assistance Function Errors

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair 9.1.3 Assistance function errors Symptom Cause Remedy Check battery is charged. Is the battery charged sufficiently? Recharge the battery if it is almost flat. Are you riding up long inclines in Switch off the drive system. summer weather or have you been Wait a moment and then check again.
  • Page 92: Battery Error

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair 9.1.4 Battery error Symptom Cause Remedy  The battery discharges The battery may be at the end of its Replace the battery with a new one. quickly. useful life. Pull out the charger mains plug and reconnect it again. Try charging again.
  • Page 93: Display Errors

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Symptom Cause Remedy WARNING Fluid is leaking from the Move away from the battery immediately. battery. Contact the fire service immediately. Observe all the safety instructions in Section 2 Safety. WARNING There is an unusual smell. Move away from the battery immediately.
  • Page 94: Lighting Does Not Work

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair 9.1.6 Lighting does not work Symptom Cause Remedy The front light or rear light Take the pedelec out of service immediately. The basic settings in the electric drive does not go on, even system have probably been configured Contact your specialist dealer.
  • Page 95: Repair

    Troubleshooting, fault clearance and repair Repair 9.2.3 Adjusting the headlight  The headlight must be set, so that its light beam Special knowledge and tools are required for shines on the road 10 m in front of the pedelec. many repairs. That is why only a specialist dealer may perform repairs such as: 9.2.4 Tyre clearance check...
  • Page 96: Recycling And Disposal

    Recycling and disposal Recycling and disposal This device is marked according to the European Directive 2012/19/EU on waste electrical and electronic equipment – WEEE and the European Directive 2006/66/EC on accumulators. The directive provides the framework for the return and recycling of used devices across the EU.
  • Page 97: Documents

    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 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 98: 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 99 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 100: Maintenance Log

    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 101 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 102 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 103: Charger Operating Instructions

    Documents 11.4 Charger operating instructions MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 104 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 105 Documents Compact Charger %&6 MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 106 Documents MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 107 Documents MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 108 Documents MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 109 Documents MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 110 Documents MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 111 Documents MY20B01 - 52_1.0_02.10.2019...
  • Page 112 Keyword index Keyword index Frame battery, Air chamber, 17 - inserting, 65 Quick release, 15 Air valve - removing, 65 Fork, 16 Frame, 14 Range, 31 Rear frame damper, 17 Front wheel brake, 17, 18 Rear frame damper, Alternative equipment, 115 - braking, 73 structure, 17 Front wheel, see Wheel...
  • Page 113: Glossary

    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 114 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 115: Abbreviations

    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 116: Translation Of The Original Eu Declaration Of Conformity

    Appendix Translation of the original EU Declaration of Conformity Manufacturer ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs-Genossenschaft eG Longericher Str. 2 50739 Köln Germany Authorised representative for documentation Janine Otto c/o ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs-Genossenschaft eG Longericher Str. 2 50739 Köln The machine, pedelec types: 20-26-4001 Twenty 6 Evo 26" Bicycle for young adults 20-26-3001 Twenty 6 Evo Team 26...

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