Changing your tyres and fixing punctures

This is a guide on how to change your tyres on your AM1/AMX.

Front wheel removal

Start by unbolting the two wheel axle bolts using a 15mm spanner

You can then slide the wheel down.

Rear wheel removal

Start by disconnecting the rear motor cable, you may have to snap the zipties that hold the cable in place to do so.

You can then use a 19mm spanner to undo the two rear wheel axle bolts

You can then slide down the wheel, make sure your chain/belt is off the wheel before you pull the wheel completely off.

Make sure you re-connect the rear motor cable and use new zipties to hold it close to the chain-stay before you ride your bike.

Changing the tyre

Once the wheel is off use a Bike Tyre Lever to get the tyre off. You only need to remove one side of the tyre if you need to replace the inner tube. For

Tyres and inner tube specifications

Our bikes take standard bicycle tyres. Please see the below table for the correct specification of replacement tyre / inner-tube.

Inner-tube specification

Tyre specification

AMX CLASSIC LE / AMX STEP LE / AMX CLASSIC Capital / AMX STEP Capital

700c x 2.0"

Schwalbe Big Apple 700c x 2.0"

AMX CLASSIC Road / AMX STEP City / AMX CLASSIC City

700c x 38c

Kenda KWEST 700c x 38c

AMX MINI

20" x 1.25"-1.5"

Kenda KWEST 20" x 1.25"-1.5"

AM1 STEP / AM1 / AM1 STEP+ / AM1+

700c x 28c

Kenda KWEST 700c x 28c

Display adjustments

If you changed your AMX tyres or wheels, make sure you set the P08 setting to the right wheel diameter.

See the AMX Display Setting article for more informations.


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