AMX Bolts and Nuts Sizes
Rear wheel nut: M12 (screw size) Front wheel nut: M10 (screw size) Handlebar / Stem bolt: M6x20mm (screw size x length) Seat clamp bolt: M6X20mm (screw size x length) Controller bolts: M5x8mm, M5x12mm
AMX Bottom Bracket Service
This is a guide on how to service your AMX Bottom Bracket. The AMX Bottom Bracket have a built-in pedal sensor, which makes his service slightly different than a normal bottom bracket as there is a c…
AMX Brake Lever Installation
This is a guide on how to install the alternative longer pull AMX Brake Levers, or if you need to change your brake levers. 1. Tools needed. All the tool you need were provided in the AM Toolkit you…
AMX Controller Replacement
This is a guide on how to replace your AMX Controller. Do not attempt this unless you've been advised to from Analog Motion. This is a rather long operation, we recommend to find a well lit space and…
AMX Disc Brake Adjustment and Troubleshootings
Setting up disc brake can be frustrating as they require a lot of fine tuning but with this guide you will setup your brakes perfectly. This guide is made using the front wheel calliper to illustrate…
AMX Front Light cable replacement
This guide is here to assist you if you've either accidentally dropped the front light cable down into the frame, or if you pulled it too hard and it requires replacment. This is a rather long operat…
AMX Light Controller Replacement
This is a guide on how to replace your AMX Light Controller. This operation is needed if you inverted the polarity by connecting the plus cable to the minus plug or vice versa. If your lights are not…
Can I change the tyres?
Yes, our bikes uses standard 700C wheels so you can fit a wide range of tyres. If you have an AM1 the maximum recommended size is 35C. If you have an AMX you can fit tyres all the way up to 2".
Can my bike be serviced at a normal bike shop?
Yes! Our bikes share 90% of their components with a non-electric bike with the electrical components subtly integrated within the frame and rear hub. Any bike shop will be able to service your ebike.…
Do I need any technical knowledge to assemble my bike?
Our bikes and manuals are designed so anyone can complete the assembly of their bike, regardless of their technical ability. The process has been completed by thousands of riders worldwide and our Su…
How to adjust the belt tension?
This is a guide on how to adjust the belt tension on your AMX CLASSIC LE & AMX STEP LE. Start by locating the two 5mm hex bolt on each side of the dropouts. Using a 5mm hex key , loosen the 4 bolts,…
How to install bartape on my AMX Road
If you ordered an AMX Road, you might want to follow that handy guide to install the bartape on your handlebar.
How to reset my AMX Display to factory settings?
See here for the standard settings on the AMX Display
How to turn the AMX lights on and off
With the AMX display on, short press the power button for less than one second. This will turn the lights on. To turn the lights off, short press the power button again.
How to use the AMX assist levels
Think about the assist levels as gears. It is easy to change the speed levels by pressing the arrow buttons on the display. We recommend to adjust your assist levels according to your trip. For examp…
I didn't order a throttle, what do I do with the cable?
If you didn't order a throttle, just leave the cable in place and use the cable clips to hold it against the other cables. Make sure you leave the throttle cap on so there won't be any water damage.
I have a puncture.
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…
I have an issue with my ebike that isn't listed
Please send a description of your issue along with any photos or videos that demonstrate the problem to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the Technical Team will get back to you
I want to store my bike for more than 3 months, what should I do?
Please be sure to follow the storage guide in section 20.0 of the User Manual.
I've inserted my Rear Light Cables the wrong way round on my AMX
If you have inserted the rear light cables in the incorrect orientation, it is possible to remove the connectors. Insert a small item (pin/paperclip) into the hole indicated below and you will be abl…
My AMX saddle feels loose
If your saddle feels loose, ensure you follow the Saddle Setup instructions (see below):.
My battery range has decreased
There are a variety of factors that can affect the battery range such as terrain, wind direction, temperature, rider effort and so on. Please also be aware that a new battery requires approximately 1…
My brakes feel spongy / are squeaking
The disc brakes one the AM1+ and AMX require occasional adjustment, see our handy guide below: How to Adjust Your Disc Brakes
Power adjustment of your AMX
We designed the AMX to be a high performance urban e-bike. You can customise the power delivery of your AMX in 3 ways: Assist level , Pedal assist strength , and speed limit. Assist level. The AMX ha…
There is a noise coming from the cranks, pedals or bottom bracket of my AMX
If you are experiencing noise coming from the cranks, pedals or bottom bracket of an AMX it is important to find the source. The most common reasons can be resolved below: Pedal assembly - Ensure you…