Fisher-Price Smart Cycle consists of several arcade learning games played on the Smart Cycle Racer. The Smart Cycle Racer is easy to assemble and it connects directly to your television. Depending on the Smart Cycle game cartridge inserted into the Racer, your child can play interactive math, reading, shape and colour games while getting much needed physical exercise. The Smart Cycle is designed for children between the ages of three and six. Once assembled, the Smart Cycle Racer can be stored in a small space in the family room when it is not being used.
Screw the pedal assembly into the groove on the bottom of the frame using four screws. If the pedal assembly does not fit into the groove, rotate the pedal assembly until it does fit. It will only fit one way.
Screw the small front base onto the end of the frame using four screws. If the small front base does not fit onto the bottom of the frame, rotate the small front base until it does fit. It will only fit one way.
Screw the large rear base onto the end of the seat post using two screws. If the large rear base does not fit onto the end of the seat post, rotate the large rear base until it does fit. It will only fit one way.
Screw the seat post into the frame using two screws.
Insert the frame cover with the already attached bolt into the side of the frame at the intersection of the frame and the seat post.
Tighten the attached bolt on the frame cover.
Screw the handlebars into the frame's top post with two screws. If the handlebars do not fit onto the frame's top post, rotate the handlebars until they do fit. They will only fit one way.
Slide at an angle the tabs on the seat into the seat height slots on the seat post.
Push the seat down into the slots on the seat post to lock it into place. You will hear it click.
Unscrew the battery panel on the front of the frame with a Philips screwdriver.
Place four D batteries into the battery compartment.
Screw the battery panel back into place on the front of the frame.
Insert the game cartridge into the slot at the top of the frame.
Things you need
- Philips screwdriver