Instructions

How do I put Bike-On® / Ride-On® in to the tire?

Step 1. Turn the valve to 4 hours or 8 hours
 

Step 2. Take the valve out
a) Is it a Dunlop (ordinary) valve? Then you can simply unscrew and take it out;

b) Is there a Presta / French valve? Place the supplied adapter on the valve and turn the tool counterclockwise. Then you will turn the Presta valve out.

c) Is it a car valve? Rather than the supplied adapter on the valve and turn the tool counterclockwise. Then you will turn the Schrader valve out.

 

Step 3. Put the supplied shrink tube over the valve.
The supplied hose is made to fit the Dunlop valve and the Schrader valve. If you have a Presta valve or a French valve, you must perform an additional operation.

 

Additional operation Presta/French valve:

Presta/Franch valves are slightly thinner, and it is necessary that the tube is accurately and properly connected to the valve.

If you put the supplied shrink tube over the Presta valve, you can heat it up with a lighter, match or hair dryer. Because of the heat the tube "shrinks" over the Presta valve. P.S. The tubing is non-flammable!

 

Step 4. Cut the tip off the bottle so that the liquid can easily pass.
Note: Cut in such a way that the shrink tube can still be pushed well over.
Place the tube on the bottle.

 

Step 5. Squeeze the entire bottle empty in the tire.
 

Step 6. Place the valve back in the same way as you have removed it and inflate the tire.
 

Step 7. Turn the wheel a few times around so the liquid can spread.
 

Step 8. Repeat the above procedure with the other wheel.
 

Step 9. Go for a drive so that the liquid can spread well.
 

Step 10. Your bicycle tires are protected.