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This is how your bike arrives at your doorstep

From the box to the first ride: your Carver bike arrives safely

If you're wondering how the Carver bike you bought online can be delivered safely and ready to ride, then you've come to the right place. All questions about the arrival and assembly of your bike will be answered here.

Unpacking made easy

Your Carver bike will be shipped carefully packed in a large box to avoid damage during transportation. To unpack the bike, we recommend tearing open the tabs forcefully. If the bike is too heavy, simply put the box down and carefully pull the bike out to avoid scratches. Your bike is protected with bubble wrap and corrugated cardboard and secured with cable ties so that even minor transport damage cannot occur.

Structure and settings

As soon as the bike is unpacked, it's time to assemble it. To make this as easy as possible for you, we include a multitool with every bike including an Allen set and pedal wrench. This allows you to make minor adjustments yourself and adjust your bike individually. Follow the following steps to get your Carver Bike ready to ride:

  • Adjusting the handlebars: The handlebars are set to the side for shipping. Straighten it and secure it.
  • Attach pedals: Make sure to attach the left pedals to the left crank arm and the right pedals to the right crank arm. The pedal wrench on the multitool makes this task easier.
  • Adjust saddle height: You can adjust the saddle height quickly and easily using a quick release or the multitool.

Important documents

In your box you will not only find the bike, but also important papers such as small assembly instructions, an operating manual including a bike passport and other documents. These are intended to make it easier for you to get started with your new bike and to give you useful tips for use and care.

Closing words

Building a bike out of the box gives you the opportunity to familiarize yourself with your new bike and adjust it to your liking.

Also read our other Carver magazine articles to optimally adapt your bike to you. It's best to start with the article "What should you consider before your first trip?" at.

We hope you have fun with your new carver bike!

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