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Hi guys, it's Alana from Sixthreezero. Today, we're doing an at-home unboxing of the women's electric EVRYjourney, that you voted on.


A while back, we posted in our Instagram story, all of the different color options that the new women's EVRYjourney comes in. And we had you guys vote on which color you wanted us to unbox next. So, the color that won was periwinkle blue. That's what we have here, which is my personal favorite, so we're really glad that this is the one that won, and today we're unboxing it here in our apartment.


So you can see kind of what it's like and how much space you need to do that. So, as you can see, the box is pretty big. I'm 5'1", it's about belly button height. So pretty huge. It took both of us to get it in the door and you will need a big space. There are a lot of little parts and little packaging pieces. So it does get pretty messy. If you have a garage, I would recommend doing it in the garage or in your backyard, if that's an option for you.


So to get started, you'll need some scissors or clippers. And I'm just going to take off these things here. And you'll see a lot of these heavy-duty staples. I like to remove those first because in the past I've scratched up my arms on them if I left them on the box. So, can just get all these out.


Time to take a look at the bike. All right. So right on top, we have box number two, which is, it contains the experience booklet, assembly guide, and some tools. So this is box two. This big box is box one. Set that aside, and next is box three, which confusingly has a number four right here. So just ignore that. But this has the pedals, quick release skewer, and locknut cap.


Set that aside too for now. And here is box four which is the seat. So I'm just going to go ahead and open that right now, so we can take a look at it.


And here it is, the brown saddle. That's the bottom, it's the bucket saddle which I like. The most comfortable I think. And the rest is going to have to come out in one go. So I'll try to lift it out. I think I can do it. I did it with the last bike. Okay, let's go.


So I'm just going to tilt the box toward me, grab it by the frame and the rear rack and try to pull it out. If that doesn't work, then Nate's going to come to help me. Okay.


This is my workout for the day. I think this weighs like 50 pounds or more.


Okay, I did it. So it's definitely doable alone but if you do have someone around help, you definitely recruit that person. Nate wanted to stay behind the camera, so I had to do it by myself but it's manageable. And this is how your bike looks when you get it out of the box. Another option too is to lay it on its side and just cut the top of the box off, which is fine. It says not to lay the box flat, but if you're just doing it for a moment and then it's going to be back upright again really quickly, that should be fine but here's your bike.


Here's how it looks when it arrives. It does look a little crazy right now but it's actually really simple to assemble, well okay, it's not simple but there are only a few things that you'll have to attach, like the handlebars, seat pedals, front wheel.


And I think that covers it and we have plenty of videos going over every step of the assembly process. So I'm not going to show you that now. So it might look a little intimidating with all the different parts and all of the packaging, although I do think it is doable and we have plenty of videos online on the whole assembly process.


If you just don't want to deal with it and you'd rather someone take care of the whole assembly process and you just want your bike completely assembled when you get it, we do have the option to have your bike shipped to a nearby bike shop and then you can have them assemble it for you, and they'll make sure that everything's tuned and all that, inflate the tires as well. So it just makes things a little bit easier for you, so you can start biking right away.


But if you do want to tackle the assembly process on your own, it's definitely doable. I've done it plenty of times. And like I said, we have a lot of videos on that as well, to help you through that process. You can always email us, text us, comment below if you have any questions, but this is the bike.


You can see the colors here. I really love this color combo, so I'm glad you guys chose it, especially the tires. I think their cream tires look really good with the pink rims. This is my favorite color combo out of all of the color combos that we have. So I'm really excited to get this one assembled. Stick around for that video.


If you have any questions about e-bikes, or assembly, or shipping a bike, leave them in the comments below, and don't forget we just released our new app. So make sure to download it. This is an electric bike, and if you want an electric bike, you can win one by downloading the app and logging at least two miles on it. They don't have to be consecutive. You can split it up between rides. You can surpass two miles if that's your thing. There are plenty of people who have already but it's a really fun easy way to potentially win an e-bike.


So make sure to download the app. The link will be down below and we'll announce the winner here on YouTube, on Instagram, and on Facebook as well. So make sure you're following us and thank you for watching. Don't forget. It's your journey, your experience. Enjoy the ride.

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