1. Remove the zip ties and thread them through the four sets of holes from the front to the rear (with the ridges of the zip ties facing upwards). You can choose from two sets of holes on each fork leg, whichever fits best with your fork. For smaller forks you might need to trim the bottom set of holes (carefully following the trim lines), so the DINK doesn’t interfere with the brake bosses.
2. Slide the RideGuard under the front fork and loosely loop the zip ties around the fork crown (or brace if fitting to suspension forks) and fork legs.
3. Push the DINK upward towards the fork crown and tighten the zip ties (A), ensuring the wheel spins freely and does not come into contact with your RideGuard. Tighten the zip ties (B) around the fork legs for a snug fit. Trim the excess ties.
Don’t forget to check your DINK regularly to ensure zip ties are tensioned to avoid damage to paintwork.
Important: ensure your wheel rotates freely by lifting the front of your bike and spinning the front wheel. If the guard rubs on any point of your tyre or wheel, adjust the zip ties until there is no contact. Do not use your guard if you are unable to adjust and your front wheel is still coming in contact
That's it, your all done - get out and ride!