Banana Bike GT – Assembly Instructions

Attach the Handle Bars to the Frame

The headset which connects the front forks and frame together is pre-assembled, which makes attaching the handlebars very easy.

  1. Remove the black plastic cap from the bottom of the handlebars
  2. Slide the handlebars fully into the headset.
  3. Start to tighten the hex nut on top of the handlebars using the supplied hex key.
  4. Check the alignment of the handlebars.
  5. Tighten the nut until the handlebars are firmly locked in place and cannot move. Important!

Attach the Seat to the Frame

Firstly place the quick release bracket over the top of the frame which receives the seat post.

Slide the seat post into the frame. Tighten the left screw, then close the clamp. Tighten until there is no movement in the seat stem. Important!


Adjust Seat Angle

  1. Loosen nuts on the side of the seat
  2. Adjust angle of seat until it is parallel to the ground
  3. Tighten nuts to ensure seat is secure

Attach the Wheels to the Frame

  1. Remove the dome nut and hooked safety clip from each end of the spindle.
  2. Slide the spindle into place on the forks
  3. Slide the hooked safety clip over the spindle and hook it through the hole in the frame.
  4. Secure the dome nuts tight on each side.
  5. Inflate tires up to a max of 40PSI
  6. Regularly check that the dome nuts are tight. Important!

Adjust Handle Bar Reach (Optional)

The GT comes with additional adjustment on the handlebars to allow for smaller and larger riders. By default the handlebars are set in an optimum position for the majority of riders. For smaller or larger riders follow these steps:

  1. Loosen the hex bolt on the front of the handlebars until the handlebar is free to move.
  2. Rotate the handlebar towards the rider for a shorter reach, or away for a longer reach.
  3. Fully tighten the hex bolt when the desired position has been reached.
  4. Ensure the handlebars are fully tight, check regularly. Important!

Stay Safe

  • IMPORTANT! Before riding, please check that the seat, wheels and handlebars are tight and secure, failure to do so could result in an accident.
  • Adult assembly required.
  • For the child’s personal safety, always use safety equipment such as
  • Helmet, Elbow pads, Knee Pads, and Gloves. Always wear shoes when riding.
  • Don’t transport passengers. Ride on smooth paved flat surfaces without any traffic. Not for use on public roads.
  • Do not ride at dusk, at night, or at times of limited visibility and unfit weather.
  • Replace worn or broken parts immediately.