MAGMOVE CEH55M 700C City Bike Middle Drive


Thank you for choosing a Magmove electric bike. Before you use your Mag move electric bike it is important that you read this manual carefully. If there is anything you do not understand completely, please contact us. Please observe traffic regulations, and do not lend your bike to anyone who is unfamiliar with it. We strongly advise you to always wear an approved cycle helmet when riding your bike. If you are unfamiliar with cycling we advise attending a cycle proficiency course prior to using your new bike on the public highway. When using any bike, it is important that you stay within safe limits; if you feel as if you are travelling too quickly, you probably are. Always test your brakes prior to using the bike and remember the bike will not stop as quickly in the wet as it would in the dry!

Before you use the bike for the first time, please make absolutely certain that it has been correctly assembled. You can do this by either taking it to your nearest cycle engineer or if you are proficient in cycle mechanics, inspecting it yourself. In particular you must make sure that the pedals, saddle, handle bars and any self assembled items have been fitted correctly. Avoid consuming alcohol before you ride your electric bike. The use of alcohol greatly reduces reflexes and limits your ability to ride safely. If you need to replace your battery, please either dispose of it properly or preferably send it back to us or one of our distributors and we will make sure it is properly recycled. Above all, enjoy your Mag move bike, happy cycling!


Magmove key features

Vehicle overview 

  1. Bafang M200 middle motor
  2. 36V 13AH batire lochotseka batire
  3. Kukaniza foloko kutsogolo
  4. Bafang LCD display
  5. Shimano 8 speed gear system
  6. Hayidiroliki chimbale ananyema
  7. Optional front basket
  8. Rear carrier with bamboo board

Caring for your Magmove bike pre-use checks

Your Magmove bike has been thoroughly tested at the factory prior to delivery and undergone a pre-delivery inspection by your Magmove Stockist. It is very important that you check the bike thoroughly before its first use. Equally important are frequent and regular spot-checks, as they will protect you and your Magmove bike. Please read this manual carefully. Only on full understanding all of the functions of this electric bike should you attempt to use it.

This city bike can be used for riding on the flat roads, it shall not be used for off-road, sports and performance downhill. If consum­ers violate the regulations for off-road, sports and performance downhill and cause accidental injury, they shall bear their own responsibility.

Unpack Your Mag move
  1. Sonkhanitsani gudumu lakutsogolo.
    Take the metal sheet of disc-brake lining out,Pay attention to make the major part of spring towards the outside. make the front wheel on the front-fork, pay attention that the disc-brake should be inserted into the disc-brake slot, and use the method of quick disassembly of the hub to pass from left to right (through the disc brake disc end) , and finally use the method of quick disassembly of the hub, rotating clockwise to lock, the major part of quick disassembly of the hub which is up-towards should be misaligned to the front-fork legs MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-3
  2. Assemble the horizontal handle
    Remove the 4 screws on the vertical cover first. Insert the horizontal handle into the slot of the vertical head(Fig 4), locking with 4 screws in advance, adjust the horizontal handle to the parallel state, and the two ends of the horizontal handle shall not be too low or too high, and then use a 4MM inner hexagon wrench to tighten the screws diagonally (Fig 2)MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-4
  3. Assemble the front fender
    take out the screws in the front fender, which have been installed on the front-fork, and fix lifting lug of the front fender and the front light holder with screws. Pay attention to install the lamp holder behind lifting lug of the front fender, and using 5MM inner hexagon wrench to tighten up (Fig 3). Take out the screws which have been installed on the front fork, installing the support on the front fork and lock it with a 3MM inner hexagon wrench (Fig 4).MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-5
  4. Assemble the parking frame
    Locking the parking frame with screws in advance, and using a 5MM inner hexagonal wrench to tighten up (Fig 5). MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-6
  5. Assemble the pedals
    The pedal with the mark R should be pre-assemblied on the right crank clockwise, and the pedal with the mark L should be pre-as­semblied on the left crank counterclockwise, and locking with a 15MM open-end wrench (Fig 6) (Fig 7).MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-7
  6. Assembly the cushion
    Adjust the seat cushion to be parallel to the bike stem, and then turn the seat tube clamp to quick disassembly and lock it (Fig 8). MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-8
  7. Before you set off for the first ride: suggested information to measure and adjust saddle height to suit rider height MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-9
  8. Please try to confirm whether the pedals are locked before riding. If they are loose or damaged, they need to be adjusted before use MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-10

Musananyamuke kwa nthawi yoyamba


  1. Check the handlebar and stem are properly tightened.
  2. Onetsetsani kuti mtedza wina wonse, ma bolts ndi zokometsera zakhazikika bwino.
  3. Onetsetsani kuti mtedza wina wonse, ma bolts ndi zokometsera zakhazikika bwino.MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-12
  4. Check brakes are functioning properly
  5. Check tires pressure are correct and tires are not damaged.MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-13
  6. Check reflectors and lights function if fitted
  7. Onetsetsani kuti batiri yadzaza kwathunthu.MAGMOVE-CEH55M-700C-City-Bike-Middle-Drive-FIG-14
  8. Load the battery into bike and turn on with the switch located directly above the battery. To remove the battery, turn the battery key hold in unlocked position and slide the battery out Remove key from battery and keep save during operation of the bike.
  9. Turn on the bike by pressing the on/off switch adjacent to the left hand grip for two seconds. (Turn off the bike by repeating the same process) (Fig 15). The bike will be ready to ride and the LCD will activate showing battery state, assist level, time, trip and speed. Turning the pedals for more than¼ of a revolution will now activate the motor.
  10. To avoid unplanned acceleration, always make sure that the LCD assist level is set to O when mounting, dismounting and turn the bike off when leaving it unattended.
    To set the assist levels, toggle with the+ and – buttons.
  11. For full information regarding the LCD display please refer to separate hand book available from Mag move Bikes or your retailer.
  12. To avoid the use of a bike trailer or outboard bike.

Musanagwiritse ntchito iliyonse

Ndikofunika kuti muyang'ane njinga yanu musanagwiritse ntchito nthawi iliyonse. Macheke ayenera kukhala ndi izi:


  1. Check the tires for any visible damage.
  2. Check the tires pressure.
  3. Check for any loose nuts, bolts or fixings. Check all folding mechanism clamps are closed tight and locked.
  4. Onani ntchito za brake.
  5. Onani ntchito zamagetsi.
  6. Onetsetsani kuti zowunikira zili pamalo ndipo magetsi akugwira ntchito.
  7. Yang'anani batire kuti muwone zizindikiro zilizonse zowonongeka.

Kusamalira batri

  1. Your Magmove bike comes with a high quality lithium ion battery. All lithium batteries need to be looked after to ensure years of full use. The latest Magmove batteries come with new technology installed to assist you in looking after your battery and will be dealt with separately. Following these easy steps will ensure the long life of your battery
  2. Recharge your battery after every use if possible.Keeping your battery charged extends its life and your bike is always ready to go.
  3. You do not have to “condition” your battery by charging and discharging before it’s first use. This was the case with old lithium ion technology but is not necessary on modern batteries.
  4. Never leave your battery completely discharged for more than 24 hours. Voltage dropping below minimum for any length of time will cause serious damage to your battery cells.
  5. Recharge your battery every month even if you are not using the bike. Most lithium ion batteries will continue to discharge even when the bike and battery are turned off. If your battery falls below minimum Voltage, it may not be recoverable.
  6. Do not expose the bike or battery pack to fire, heat sources, acid or alkaline substances.
  7. When leaving your bike during hot weather, always leave in a shaded well ventilated area.
  8. Kuti mupeze zotsatira zabwino, yonjezeraninso batire ndikusunga kutentha kokwanira.
  9. Before unloading the battery, make sure it is turned off and unload the battery using its handle.
  10. Further information on user responsibilities and battery maintenance are included in the warranty section of this manual

The most common cause of battery failure the owner not keeping to points 4 and 5 above.This is the most common reason for customers to need to replace batteries.This is particularly noticeable in the spring when customers are using their bike for the first time in the new year. We get most calls regarding failing batteries during this period.

Battery safety !
Kunyalanyaza lamulo lililonse lachitetezo pamwambapa kungayambitse kuvulala koopsa kapena moto.

  • Osasiya batire yolumikizidwa ku charger kapena magetsi amagetsi usiku wonse.
  • Osadzawonjezeranso batire kunja, mu damp conditions or in temperatures less then O degrees centigrade.
  • Never open a battery case, try and fix the battery or give it to any one other than a registered Magmove Stockist for maintenance. (Failure to comply will void the warranty)
  • If a battery is or appears to be damaged or overheating for any reason, do not use the bike and immediately return the battery to your retailer for advice and a safety check

Ngati batire yanu yawonongeka chifukwa choti mwaisiya, kapena simukuwonjezeranso mukalangizidwa monga mwa bukuli batire lanu silikutetezedwa ndi chitsimikizo chathu.

Kubwezeretsanso batri yanu
Before charging, make sure the charger is turned off and connect your battery to the charger at the charging socket. Plug the charger into a mains socket and turn on the mains socket. A red lamp will light up on the charger indicate the battery is charging. When the red light turns green, the battery is fully charged. To optimize battery life, leave the charger connected for a further hour and then turn off the charger and disconnect it from the mains after charging. Always disconnect the charger from the mains before disconnecting the charger from the battery. It is possible that the battery will take up to twelve hours to charge on the first three charges. When charging the battery, always do so in a well ventilated area. Do not leave the charger connected to the mains when not in use.


  1. Your electric bike is rain and splash proof and can be used in all weathers.
  2. The electrical components of the bike, such as motor, battery, and controller, must not be submerged in water.
  3. Do not directly flush the bike with water to avoid direct contact with the brake levers, handlebars, electronic equipment, etc., causing hidden dangers of the accident.
  4. Please use neutral detergent, wipe the headlight lampshade, instrument case and other plastic parts with a soft clean cloth or sponge dipped in water, and then wipe with a dry cloth to avoid scratches.
  5. It is strictly forbidden to refuel the front and rear brakes and tires.
  6. Please avoid frequent bike washing, the best bike washing cycle is 10-20 days, too frequent will accelerate the aging of bike paint.
  7. To protect the environment, please try to wash the bike in the place where the sewer pipe is laid to prevent the road area water from affecting the traffic safety

Kukonza ndi kusintha

Do not attempt to open the casings of the battery, motor or controller. It could be dangerous and all warranties will become void. If you experience a problem,contact our service department or the retailer

Front axle nuts 46N.m
Back axle nuts 70N.m
Handlebar ndi tsinde clamp mabotolo 12N.m
Handlebar stem expander bolt 10N.m
Mpando mzati clamp nut/bolt 5-8N.m
Mpando clamp mtedza 24N.m
Crank axle Allen bolts 40N.m
Gear shifter nuts 4N.m
Rear carrier nuts 8N.m
Mudguard bracket nuts 8N.m

Wheel spokes should be checked after 300 miles of riding. Handle­ bar and saddle tubes should never be raised beyond the maximum permissible, indicated by a safety line around the tubes. The recom­mended torque (tightness) of crucial fixings is as follows:  Other general torque settings depend on the thread size. M4: 2.5-4.0N.m, MS: 4.0-6.0N.m, M6: 6.0-7.5N.m.

  1. your bike has a rear derailleur that will automatically tension your chain. However, if the chain becomes loose or frequently comes off the front chain-wheel, please seek advice from the dealer.
  2. Brake levers should lock the wheels when compressed half way between their open position and touching the handle bars
  3. Brake pads must be replaced if the pad material wears to less than 1mm.

Zogwirizira pamanja zapamanja kapena mapulagi omaliza a chubu ayenera kusinthidwa ngati awonongeka, chifukwa machubu opanda kanthu amatha kuvulaza.

ZOFUNIKA! kutalika kwa mabuleki kumawonjezeka m'misewu yonyowa kapena youndana.


  • Lubricate all pivot points on the derailleur and chain with light oil or chain lube on a regular basis.
  • Once a year, have the dealer re-grease the headset bearings, front wheel bearings and pedal bearings.

Zida zoyenera kukonza bwino:

  • Wrench ya torque yokhala ndi lb/in kapena N/m gradations
  • 2, 4, 5, 6, 8mm Allen wrenches
  • 9, 10, 15 mm spanners otseguka ndi 15mm bokosi mapeto sipana
  • 14, 15, ndi 19mm socket
  • T25 torque wrench
  • No. 1 Phillips head screwdriver, bike tube patch kit and tire pump

Mafotokozedwe aukadaulo & magwiridwe antchito

Njinga Bafang 36V 250W M200 middle motor
Battery Lithium battery 36V 13AH 2600MAH cells
Chikwama 36V2A
Max speed 25KM/H with powered assistance
amazilamulira Chiwonetsero cha LCD
Tengerani mphamvu 150KGS
chimango 700C, 6061 Alloy
Pangani Alloy suspension fork
magiya Shimano 8 speed derailleur system
Mabaki Front & rear hydraulic disc brakes

Kuwombera kosavuta kwa Vuto


Top speed too slow


1. Batire yotsika voltage

2. Vuto la chowongolera chowongolera

3. Damage to motor drive-line


1. Yambitsaninso batire mokwanira

2. Kuyimbira foni

3. Kuyimbira foni


Pngongoler on, but motornot womfumu


1. Batiri silinalumikizidwe

2. Kulumikizana kwagalimoto kwawonongeka

3. Vuto la chowongolera chowongolera


1. Re install battery

2. Kuyimbira foni

3. Kuyimbira foni

Low rangndifterrecharging ndi bamutury 1. kukoka mavuto too otsika

2. Kuwonongeka kwa charger kapena charger

3. Kuwonongeka kwa batri kapena kuwonongeka

4. Hill climbing, frequent stops, strong headwinds, overloading

1. Yang'anirani zovuta

2. Recharge completely or have charger inspected

3. Bwezerani batire

Zowongolera ndi zida

M'chigawo chino, ntchito ndi kukonzanso kwina kulikonse kofunikira paziwongolero zonse zazikulu ndi zida zothandizira zikufotokozedwa.

Battery on/off switch and loko

  1. Your Magmove bike is supplied with two identical keys. The key locks the battery to the bike.
  2. The battery is connected to the electrical system of the bike automatically when you slide the battery into the frame. To turn on the bike’s electrical system, Press down the button directly above the frame to turn on the power, press the button again to turn off the power.
  3. When the battery has been turned on, the bike is now ready for use. The on/off button on (the top button c-on the handle bar control) isolates the power from the bike. When the on/off button is pressed for 3 seconds the LCD symbols will become visible. When the on/off button is pushed again for 3 seconds, the LCD symbols will disappear -you have turned the bike “off”. When the bike is “off” you will not get any assistance from the battery and motor and the bike is effectively an unpowered pushbike.
  4. To lock the battery into the bike frame, slide the battery into the battery holder in the rack until you hear a click. To unlock the battery, turn the key fully anticlockwise and hold in this position whilst siding the battery out.
  5. Batire limatha kulipiritsidwa panjinga kapena kuyimitsa.

The ON/OFF button and light button

  1. To turn the power on so the pedelec system is operational, simply press the on/off button (marked with a c-) on the handle bar control for 3 seconds – the LCD symbols will become visible showing the power is on. When the on/off button is pushed again for 3 seconds and the LCD symbols become invisible you have turned the bike “off”. When the bike is “off” you will not get any assistance from the battery and motor and the bike is effectively an unpowered pushbike. If the bike is left for ten minutes without being ridden, the bike will automatically turn off. The battery capacity indicator lights provide an indication of the battery capacity remaining with four bars indicating the battery is at full capacity. The display also incorporates a diagnostic function.
  2. The LIGHT button is the on/off, C- button found on the LCD. If you press when the bike’s power is on, the LED headlight and rear light will illuminate. The LCD display will also become back lit. Press it again to switch off the lights. The power for the lights comes from the bike battery, but due to the low power consumption of the LED lights, you will not noticeably reduce your range.

Pedal assist power

  1. When you first ride your Magmove bike, you will notice that the motor will start working when you have turned the pedals through between 90 and 180 degrees.
  2. You will find the assist buttons(marked with up and down arrows) on the handlebar control. Each time the UP button is pressed, the LCD will move between 1 and 5 levels and the corresponding power level increases in increments of 25%. Setting 5 provides 100% power. The default level is set to 1 when the bike is first turned on. We recommend that you only turn on the bike after you have mounted the bike so the motor is deactivated. Once on the bike, press the on button for three seconds and the assistance will be turned on. You can start off in any level, if you are on a hill for instance you may want to start in level 2,3,4 or even 5.
  3. Setting 5 is generally used when you need the maximum amount of assistance from the motor, but this will drain the battery the fastest. Lower settings are used when you do not need the assistance at 100% power. In high traffic situations or poor conditions such as ice and snow, instant full power could be dangerous. Power settings can be changed when the bike is stationary or when on the move.

Make sure your handlebar grips are always intact and in good condition. Uncovered handlebar tubes can be very dangerous

Battery mphamvu mita, kukwera kalembedwe ndi kukhudza pa osiyanasiyana

  1. Kuchuluka kwa njinga (mtunda wophimbidwa pakati pa recharging batri) kumakhudzidwa kwambiri ndi mlingo wa chithandizo chosankhidwa, kuchuluka kwa chithandizo cha pedal choperekedwa ndi wokwera ndi kugwiritsa ntchito phokoso.
  2. If a high level of assist is selected, then the range of the bike will be reduced compared to using a lower level of assist.
  3. The cadence sensor system detects the speed the pedal cranks are turning and the This information is fed into an on board computer (controller) to give the rider the most natural riding experience possible.
  4. The optimum range is achieved when the rider pedal effort is maximized and an ideal situation is for the rider to aim to match the power being provided by the bike on an equal basis.
  5. The battery capacity indicator is provided to give an approximation of battery capacity remaining. Each bar on the LCD approximates to a¼ of the capacity. However, this indicator relies on sensing battery voltage that will rise and fall depending on the amount of power being demanded at any given time, ambient temperatures etc., hence the meter should only be used for indication purposes.
  6. Chizindikiro cha mphamvu ya batri, yomangidwa pamwamba pa batri imapereka chizindikiro chofanana ndikugwira ntchito mofanana.
  7. Under heavy power situations (full throttle or high levels of assist) the battery voltage adzaviika kwakanthawi zomwe zimapangitsa kuti mita yokwanira iwonetse mtengo wocheperako. Mphamvu yolemetsa ikachepetsedwa, mita ya mphamvu idzawukanso pamene batire imayambiranso mphamvu yaketage.
  8. Panthawi yotulutsa batire, voltage adzatsika kuchokera ku voliyumu yoyambatage of nearly 42 Volts to a minimum of 29 Volts. Hence due to this wide range in voltage, machitidwe a njinga amasiyana malinga ndi momwe batire ilili. Kuti muthe kuchita bwino kwambiri, ndi bwino kuyamba ulendo ndi batire yodzaza kwathunthu ndi kulichangitsanso kumapeto kwa ulendo uliwonse.
  9. Be aware that recommended temperature range of use of the bike with battery is – 10 ~ 40 °C.


Disc brakes are fitted to the front and rear wheels of the bike. The braking direction is left for front and right for rear. Disc brakes offer several advantagimadutsa mabuleki anthawi zonse, kuphatikiza mabuleki onyowa, matope kapena zovuta zina komanso kutsika kwa mabuleki kumatsika chifukwa cha mabuleki otsika.

Tsatanetsatane wa momwe mungasinthire ndikusunga mabuleki anu ndi motere:

  1. Regularly inspect the brake pads for wear. If the front brake pads have reached the wear limit of 1 mm, replace them immediately. The rear brake blocks should be checked by a bike mechanic and replaced when necessary.
  2. Front brake, remove the caliper from the fork leg, complete with the mount adapter by removing the two 6mm Allen caliper fixing screws. The pads can then be removed by unscrewing and removing the pad retaining screw (which passes through the tabs of the brake pads) using a 3mm Allen wrench. Then lift the pads complete with the spring out of the rotor slot in the caliper body.
  3. After braking during riding, do not touch the disc brake disc with your hands immediately to avoid burns.
    Osamasula zomangira zina zilizonse pa caliper.
  4. To refit the pads, hold the pads complete with spring as an assembly and insert into the caliper slot with the metal backing towards the pistons. Refit the pad retaining screw ensuring it passes through the holes in the pad tabs and through the hole in the spring and tighten to 3- 5 N.m. Refit the caliper loosely using the two Allen screws, apply the brake lever and tighten securely to 6 to 8N.m whilst continuing to apply the brake lever. (N.B. use of a thread locking compound is recommended on the caliper fixing screws).
    If you are unsure about any part of the brake installation process you should seek advice from a Magmove service center or qualified mechanic.
    : The pads and rotor must be kept clean and free from oil or grease based contamination. If the pads become contami­nated, you must discard them and replace them with a new set. A contaminated disc should be cleaned with a proprietary brake cleaning solution.


Zigawo zonse zamagetsi zimakhala ndi zolumikizira payokha, izi zimalola kuchotsedwa kosavuta kwa matenda, kukonzanso kapena kusinthidwa kwa zida zilizonse zamagetsi. Zolumikizira, pokhala kukankha kokwanira ndizosavuta kuzimitsa kapena kulumikizanso ndikudina pamalo pomwe zikugwira ntchito. Cholumikizira chilichonse chimakhala ndi zikhomo zosiyanasiyana ndi mivi yolumikizira, kotero ndikofunikira kuonetsetsa kuti zolumikizira zimangolumikizana m'malo awo oyamba, kuwonongeka kumatha kuchitika pazikhomo ngati njirayi siyitsatiridwa.

Kusintha msanga kwa chishalo

  1. Your Mag move bike has been fitted with a quick release saddle post
  2. It is important that the knurled nati pa koyenera ndi omangika kotero nsanamira si kusuntha mu njinga chubu. Pangani kusintha uku ndi lever yotulutsa mwachangu pamalo otseguka.
  3. Adjust the seat to the correct height and close the lever firmly. When you sit on the saddle there should be no vertical movement at all in the saddle post beyond the seat post suspension movement. Never apply grease to the saddle post.

Rims ndi spokes

  1. Ndikofunikira kuti masipoko anu afufuzidwe ndikumangidwa pambuyo pa mailosi 300. Izi ndi ntchito zaulere zomwe zimaperekedwa ndi ogulitsa anu. Ngati ntchitoyi siinachitike pa nthawi yoyenera, izi zitha kuwononga mawilo ndi masipoko omwe sizidzaphimbidwa pansi pa Chitsimikizo chathu.
  2. Check the rims before riding. You need to confirm whether the rim or steel wire is damaged and whether the hub rotates smoothly. Once you find damage or poor rotation, you need to find the cause in time and use it after maintenance.
    Rim Care and Rim danger: It is strictly forbidden to lubricate the front and rear brakes and the tires during maintenance of the rim; regularly check the tire wear and tear, and if it is found that the tread wear is serious, the tire needs to be replaced in time.

Kuchotsa unyolo ndi kuyendetsa gudumu

  1. To completely remove the rear wheel, it is necessary to disconnect the main motor cable connecting the motor to the bike electrical system. This operation is best achieved by turning the bike upside down.
  2. Locate the motor cable where it emerges from the centre of the wheel axle on the left hand side of the bike, slide back the top hat protector to locate wheel nut.
  3. Trace the route of the motor cable along the rear stays and locate the quick release motor cable connector shown in the image above. Disconnect the two halves of the connector, taking care not to strain the cables, and unclip the motor cable from the frame. Note the alignment marks on the two halves of the connector.
  4. Loosen the two large motor axle nuts and remove the nut from the right hand side, taking care to note the position of any tab washers fitted. Unscrew the left hand nut as far as is possible towards the cable exit from the motor axle, being careful not to damage the cable.
  5. Kwezani gudumu kuchokera pazida zotsikirapo chimango, samalani kuti musagwedeze kapena kukankha chingwe chamoto.
  6. Installation is the reverse of the above. Take care to locate the tab washers correctly in the drop out slots and tighten the axle nuts to the torque specified in the manual. Reconnect the two halves of the quick release connectors, taking care to ensure the pins and alignment arrows align correctly. Re-clip the cable to the frame, ensuring that the cable cannot rub against the tire and that the cable exits in a downwards direction from the axle to avoid water ingress into the motor. Refit the rubber top hat cover.

Derailleur ndi kusintha zida

  1. Full details on how to adjust and maintain your derailleur can be found in the Shimano manual. If difficulty is experienced with changing gear after initial opera­tion of the bike, it is likely that some cable stretch will have occurred in the gear change cable. To compensate for this turn the knurled adjuster shown in the centre left hand side of the image below by pulling it away from the outer cable stop in the direction of the cable towards the rear of thebicycle and turning it ½ turn anticlockwise when viewed from the rear. This will compensate for the cable stretch. If necessary, repeat the operation again until smooth gear selection is obtained or return your bike to your Magmove dealer for further adjust­ment.
  2. To change gear, use the 8 speed rapid fire gear shifter located on the right side of the handlebar. The two levers located underneath the shifter can be pulled and pushed to select the gears over the range 1 to 8


Chitsimikizo, kukonza mabatire ndi udindo wa ogwiritsa ntchito

Kukonza kapena kusintha zigawo
Only use this product in accordance with this user manual. Mag move offer a limited warranty on the following items.

Chimango Main Zaka zitatu
Motor, Controller and Charger Zaka ziwiri
Zowongolera pazitsulo zamagetsi ndi kulumikizana kwamagetsi Zaka ziwiri
Paintwork (kupatula kuwonongeka mwangozi kapena mwadala)  

Zaka ziwiri

Kuwonongeka kwa batri kuposa 30% Zaka ziwiri
Magetsi ndi njira yowunikira Chaka chimodzi
Zigawo zina zonse, kupatula zogwiritsidwa ntchito zomwe sizinawonetsedwe pamwambapa Chaka chimodzi

Migwirizano ndi zokwaniritsa

  1. Ngati katunduyo ali ndi vuto labwino mkati mwa masiku 15 atabereka, gawolo lidzakonzedwa kapena kusinthidwa kapena muzochitika zapadera, tikhoza kusintha galimoto yonse.
  2. Nthawi yotsimikizirika idzayamba kuyambira tsiku lomwe linaperekedwa kwa makasitomala ogulitsa, kapena kuyambira tsiku limene kasitomala wamalonda adasonkhanitsa njinga kuchokera kwa wogulitsa.
  3. Kuti atsimikizire chitsimikizochi, wogula malonda ayenera kulembetsa njinga yawo mkati mwa masiku 14 atagula.

Kupatulapo Zitsimikizo Zochepa

Your Mag move bike may not be covered by our warranty for any of the following reasons:

  1. Kuwonongeka kobwera chifukwa chogwiritsa ntchito molakwika, kusakonza galimoto kapena kusatsatira malangizo omwe ali mkati mwa kalozera wathu kapena kugwiritsa ntchito galimotoyo pamasewera ampikisano aliwonse.
  2. Kuwononga mwangozi kapena mwadala.
  3. Damage due to private repair or alteration by user or unauthorized service centre.
  4. Kulephera kutulutsa invoice kapena umboni wogula.
  5. Spare parts and components worn in normal use.
  6. Kulephera kulembetsa njinga mkati mwa masiku 14 mutagula.
  7. Kulephera kuyang'anira chitetezo cha njinga yanu ndikuyimitsidwa mkati mwa mailosi 300 kapena miyezi itatu mutagula.

Kusamalira batri ndi udindo wa ogwiritsa ntchito

  1. Your Magmove bike is equipped with a powerful, high quality lithium ion battery. Lithium ion is recognized as being the very best type of battery for electric bike use
  2. All lithium ion batteries must be well cared for to optimize useful life and range. It is the responsibility of the bike owner/operator
    to ensure the battery is looked after properly. Incorrect use or storage of your battery may cause damage and void your warranty.
  3. It is not unusual for a well-maintained battery to last for several years. Though your bike will feel less powerful as the battery gets older, and the range will diminish, you can continue using the battery for many years to come. A key point to remember when choosing a battery is to check the battery capacity (V x Ah = Wh the battery’s capacity) i.e. 36V x 13Ah = 468Wh. Choosing a larger battery not only gives you more power and range but is often more economical in the long term.
  4. The key to having a long lasting battery is to look after it. This means never leaving your battery fully discharged and always conditioning the battery when not in use i.e. in the winter.
  5. Ngati batire silisamalidwa malinga ndi malangizo athu, silingafike pakuchita bwino kwambiri ndipo silingaphimbidwe ndi chitsimikizo chathu.

Tili ndi ufulu kuyang'ana mabatire omwe amanenedwa pansi pa chitsimikizo kuti awonetsetse kuti akusungidwa molingana ndi malangizo athu.

Extra recommendations and warnings

The importance of use of the original spare parts for parts with critical influence on safety. Battery, charger, controller, display, motor, front fork, handlebar, stem, seat post, brake system must use the original parts, not recommended to change by yourself.

  1. It is not recommended to install transportation equipment and child seats.
  2. Recommendation and user responsibility in case of unauthorized manipulation.

Kupalasa njinga: 

  • Always wear a safety helmet when riding a bike.
  • Please follow the traffic rules for cycling.
  • Please check whether the bicycle is in normal condition before riding.
  • The tire pressure during inflation must not exceed the rated tire pressure of the tire.
  • Downhill and non-paved roads must not exceed 15KM / H, and do not use the enhanced mode.

Kusunga ndi kukonza njinga: 

  • After the ride, please place the bike in a place free of sunlight and rain.
  • Always check the chain lubrication, if the chain is free of oil, please add chain lubricant.
  • Regularly check the various screws of the car and the places that need to be tightened, and tighten regularly.
  • Clean the bike regularly to ensure the best performance of the bike.


  • Must follow the instructions.
  • Must use original charger.
  • Do not disassemble or replace the equipment in the charger by yourself.

Emission level of sound pressure on rider ears is lower than 70 DB (A)

Like all mechanical components, Electric bikes are subject to wear and high stress. Different materials and components canrespond to wear or fatigue in different ways. If the design life has been exceeded, it can suddenly fail and cause injury to the rider. Any form of cracks, scratches or discoloration in the stressed area indicates that the service life of the component has been reached and the component has to be replaced.


  • If there is bifurcation, breakage or rusting on the brake line or shift line, it must be replaced.
  • When the thickness of the brake pads is less than 0.8-1 mm, the film needs to be replaced.
  • When the tread marks of the outer tire are worn to smooth or cracked or damaged, they must be replaced. When the inner tire is damaged and cannot be inflated, the tire must be replaced or replaced.
  • Inner tire must be replaced when air leakage occurs; the rim is deformed and needs to be replaced in time.
  • When the tire spoke is damaged or rusted, it must be replaced.
  • It can be replaced when the chain is deformed and the length is extended by 1%, and can be measured with a tool. It should also be replaced when severely rusted.
  • The tip of the freewheel wheel or the tooth disc becomes sharp due to wear, and it must be replaced when it makes a strange noise and is not well bitten.

Please read the above suggestions and precautions carefully and use them strictly in accordance with this standard during the bike using.


After sales service is available through your retailer.

Pre Delivery Inspection cheke mndandanda
The PDI is a critical part of the overall Quality Assurance process and must be completed by the supplying dealer followed by a test ride and sign off before passing the bike to the customer. The following items below are a generic list for all current Magmove models and must be covered during the PDI.


Check all cables are clipped securely and safely. Check motor cable cannot rub against the tire.
Check pedals have been fitted correctly and tightened fully. Note left and right hand threads.
Chongani ma crank onyamulira amamitsidwa kwathunthu pa ekisi ya bulaketi yapansi. Tighten to torque setting in

wosuta and service manual.

Yang'anani kusalala komanso kuthamanga kwa bulaketi yapansi  
Chongani mpando positi kumasulidwa mwachangu clamp is properly in place and secure and saddle is correctly fitted Sinthani momwe zingafunikire.
Check smooth operation of gear change on either derailleur or hub gear and ensure all gears can be selected. Sinthani momwe zingafunikire.

Onetsetsani kuti mbali yoyimilira imathandizira njinga moyenera ndipo sichikusokoneza mbali zina zoyendayenda

Ensure motor wheel turns smoothly and quietly when rotated by hand in forward and reverse direction. Some additional resistance will be felt when rotated in kubwerera.
kuonetsetsa correct chain mavuto.  
Ensure chain guard is not rubbing on models equipped with guard.  

Ensure all reflectors are in place on pedals, wheels etc.


Ensure all reflectors are in place on pedals, wheels etc.


Fit and check correct operation of front and rear lights


Yang'anani malumikizidwe a zigawo zomwe zaikidwa


Check throttle returns smoothly to closed position.


Sinthani ngati kuli kofunikira.



Check functionality of LCD display.

Includes selection of five

power assist levels, speed readout, and all functions are correct as akufotokozedwa in buku logwiritsa ntchito.

Check battery locates properly and locks in place securely. Ensure keys are present.
Charge battery off the bike and check charger and battery functions correctly. Check status lights on battery.
Road test the bike in a safe environment to test function­ ality of both electrical and cycle systems as described in the user manual – check noise and performance levels. Adjust/ correct after test ride.

Notify our support if any manufacturing faults are identified, providing photographs if possible of any faulty analembants.


Run through the bike operation, battery charging and storage instructions and offer safety advice to the makasitomala.


Zolemba / Zothandizira

MAGMOVE CEH55M 700C City Bike Middle Drive [pdf] Buku la Malangizo
CEH55M 700C City Bike Middle Drive, CEH55M, 700C City Bike Middle Drive, City Bike Middle Drive, Bike Middle Drive, Middle Drive, Drive

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