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TRIAD Scooters Manual

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Before using this product, please read and understand the entire manual


WARNING: Riding scooters can be a hazardous activity. Scooters are moving vehicles and therefore it is possible for the user to get into dangerous situations and/or lose control and/or fall. If such things occur, the user and/or other persons can be seriously injured or killed. LIKE ANY OTHER MOVING VEHICLE, USING A SCOOTER  CAN BE A DANGEROUS ACTIVITY AND MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH EVEN WHEN USED WITH PROPER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, USE AT  YOUR OWN RISK, AND USE COMMON SENSE


• Safety equipment such as helmet, knee pads, wrist pads should be worn at all times.
• Always ride on smooth and paved surfaces away from motor vehicles.
• Scooter may encounter pitching motion/wheel entrapment or suddenly stop if it comes into contact with sharp bumps, rocks/sticks, sudden surface changes or drains.
• Never ride on surfaces where there is water, sand, gravel, dirt, leaves or other debris. Use while raining impairs traction, braking and visibility.
• Brake by putting pressure down on the rear flex brake with your foot connecting brake with the wheel. Brake will get hot from continuous use. Do not touch after braking.
• Avoid excessive speed associated with downhill rides.
• Adults should assist children in assembling this scooter.
• Always obey all local traffic laws and regulations.
• Respect pedestrians while riding on footpaths.
• Replace worn or broken parts immediately.
• Do not exceed 220 pounds (100kg).
• Children under the age of eight years old should not use this scooter without adult supervision.
Adult guidance is advised for all children using this scooter.
• It’s the parents decision to allow his or her child to ride this product. It’s also their responsibility to judge if the child’s maturity, skill and ability is suitable and safe to ride this product.
• This scooter was manufactured for performance and durability, however not impervious to damage Stunt riding can over stress or damage any product, including this scooter and the rider assumes all risks associated with high-stress activity.


Parental supervision is required. Always wear personal protective equipment when riding a scooter. Only use the scooter in a controlled environment that is free of potential traffic hazards and not on public streets. Avoid use in any areas where there are any motor vehicles operating. Have two hands on the handlebars at all times. Never allow more than one child at a time to ride the scooter. Never use near steps, slopes, driveways, hills, roadways, alleys, or swimming pool areas. Do not ride a scooter in wet weather. Scooters are intended and made to be used on concreted or smoothed paved areas that are flat, clean, and dry, free from any loose debris such as rocks, sticks, or gravel. Wet, slick, or uneven and rough surfaces may impair traction and contribute to possible accidents. Avoid riding this scooter in mud, ice, puddles, or water. Avoid excessive speeds that can be associated with downhill rides. Do not ride at night or when visibility is impaired.


Always ensure the child is wearing proper protective equipment such as a certified safety helmet. A helmet may be legally required by local law, we advise you to check with your local law enforcement. Users should always wear shoes that are fully enclosed with flat soles.


WARNING: ALWAYS INSPECT THE SCOOTER PRIOR TO RIDING. Proper inspection and maintenance of your scooter can reduce the risk of injury. Always inspect your scooter before riding and regularly maintain it.


Tightening your compression:
If your bars start to shake or move side to side, this means your compression needs to be tightened. Do so by removing your handlebars and using an Allen key to tighten the compression ring. Turning it in a clockwise direction, tighten until some pressure is felt in the Allen key. You want to be able to still spin your forks freely, however, if overtightened, you can restrict the movement and damage your compression or headset. This should be done by an adult or a professional mechanic.

Lubricating your bearings:
You will need to take off your wheels to lubricate your wheel bearings. Insert the 6mm Allen keys, in each axle head and turn them anti-clockwise (1x6mm for rear axle). The wheels may need some encouragement to slide out. Using a damp cloth wipe off any dirt or grime on your wheels and bearings. Using bicycle bearing oil, place 3 to 4 drops directly on the bearing covers and allow the oil to sink in. If the wheels do not spin freely after this you may need to replace the bearings.

Cleaning your scooter:
Never use alcohol or any strong cleaning agents to clean your scooter. Doing so may damage paint or fragile materials. Warm water and a damp cloth should be enough. Avoid putting water directly on the grip tape and never submerge your scooter in water.

When using this scooter for the first time, check that all the bolts are tightened. Inspect all moving parts, including wheels and headset, and ensure they are operating smoothly. -Check and secure all bolts before every ride. Loose parts may damage your scooter or increase the risk of a fall. – Replace worn or broken parts immediately. – Ensure you are wearing all required safety equipment before operating this scooter.


Instructional diagram for Infraction


Instructional diagram for HIC/IHCTriad-Primary-Instructional diagram for HIC--

*Do not over-tighten any bolts on this scooter. We recommend you always use a torque wrench to measure the tightness of each bolt. We recommend all bolts be tightened to  10Nm. Over tightening, bolts can result in damaging the bolt and or part.
*Your scooter may vary from those illustrated, however, the assembly procedure is the same


Instructional diagram for SCS

*Do not over-tighten any bolts on this scooter. We recommend you always use a torque wrench to measure the tightness of each bolt. We recommend all bolts to be tightened to  10Nm. Over tightening, bolts can result in damaging the bolt and or part.
*Your scooter may vary from those illustrated, however, the assembly procedure is the same

Congratulations on selecting a Triad Scooter.
Please scan the relevant QR Code below to access a guided instructional assembly
video that will help you complete the assembly of your TRIAD Scooter.

Once you have a QR Code reader installed on your device, your ready to scan your instructional assembly video QR Code.

Follow these simple steps.
1. Open the QR Code reader on your device
2. Hold your device over the QR Code so that it’s clearly visible within your device’s screen. Two things can happen when you have the QR Code in the correct place
– The phone automatically scans the code. Or, on some readers, you have to press a button to snap a picture.
3. Your device will read the code and navigate to the video using your web browser
4. The video will then open and all you need to do is watch, assemble and ride!

QR Code for IHC assembly


QR Code for SCS assembly



At Triad Scooters we take great pride in the quality and build integrity of our products and back it with a manufacturer’s warranty which covers all manufacturing faults and defects. Our manufacturer’s warranty can vary depending on the product and is only from the original date of purchase (receipt required). This does not apply to normal wear and tear, malfunctions, or failures that result from abuse, neglect, improper assembly, improper maintenance, alteration, collision, corrosion, crash, or misuse. Installation of components, parts, or accessories not originally intended for use with or compatible with  Triad Scooters and components will void any warranty offered.

For our full warranty policy please visit triadscooters.com for more information.

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