The chain and connecting link are contained in your packaging. We would recommend using a pair of gloves to install the chain to avoid getting the chain lubricant on your hands.
It is much easier to install the chain if you turn the bike upside down. This can be simply done by holding the fork and seat tube and lifting carefully. Ask a friend for help if required.
Be careful not to put your AM1 down onto the display as this could damage it. Using a soft microfibre cloth or putting the handle bars in a slightly elevated position when upside down should avoid this.
Before you put your AM1 down, make sure you put it onto a surface that will not damage the handlebars or saddle. Also pay careful attention that the display does not make contact with the ground or get damaged.
Carefully set your AM1 down and make sure the handlebars are straight. This will ensure that your AM1 does not fall over while you are installing the chain.
Feed the chain over the chainset.
Then feed the chain over the rear sprocket.
Take the two ends of the chain and bring them together.
Using the connecting link, feed through from the inside of the chain, as shown, to link up the chain. If the chain will not meet, ensure that the rear wheel is loose and pulled all the way towards the front of the bike to allow as much slack as possible.
Once the connecting link is fed through it should hold the chain as shown.
Put the connecting plate over the top of the two pins that are visible.
The plate will fit over allowing the grooves on the pins to be visible.
The locking plate now fits over the top of the two pins.
Carefully fit the locking plate over the top of first pin and then slide it in the direction of the second pin.
The locking plate has to fit over the second pin. You may be able to do this by hand. We would recommend using a pair of needle nose pliers, but it can be done with the end of one of the hex keys in your tool kit.
When you apply enough force you will see the locking plate will open up and snap over the second pin. Be very careful with this stage as if you slip you could injure yourself with the Hex key.
Once the chain is locked in place it will look like the image above.
At this point the chain is still slack. We will tension the chain and align the rear wheel in the next series of steps.