Cannondale Recalls All Canvas NEO E-bikes

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall for all Cannondale Canvas NEO E-bikes. The reason for the recall is a front fender that can become detached and jam the front wheel. Jamming the front wheel is likely to cause a loss of control. Cannondale is asking Canvas NEO riders to remove the front fender and wait until a replacement is available for installation by a Cannondale dealer. These parts are expected early in 2021. More information on the recall is available here.

Pedego Recalls 11,600 E-Bikes Due To Unexpected Acceleration

The Pedego E-bike Company is asking riders of 11,600 Pedego e-bikes purchased between January 2018 to August 2020 to stop riding their bikes. The CPSC recall is blamed on improperly manufactured electrical cables that can cause the bikes to accelerate unexpectedly, posing the rider a fall or collision hazard. The models with the potential defect are: • Interceptor (including Platinum Edition). • City Commuter (including Mid Drive Edition and Black Edition). • Boomerang Plus. • Ridge Rider. • Trail Tracker (including Gorilla Edition). • Stretch (including Dual Drive Edition). Pedego…

Runaway TerraTrikes Prompt Immediate Recall

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced today that the TerraTrike Rambler E.V.O. has been recalled because its 750-watt-electric-motor is reported to be taking off without rider input. Vehicle owners should stop using the TerraTrike immediately. This recall involves yellow TerraTrike Rambler Electrical Vehicle Option ( E.V.O.) recumbent trikes with an electric motorized wheel. The trikes have two wheels in the front and one wheel in the back with a large black hub motor. “Terra Trike” is printed on the front of the back rest area. The model name “Rambler…

Clean Republic’s Hill Topper E-bike Kits Recalled Due To Unintended Acceleration

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a product recall for Clean Republic’s Hill Topper E-bike Controllers due to reports of unintended motor acceleration after water had penetrated the controllers. Clean Republic, based in Seattle, has received six reports of riders losing control when the motor accelerated without rider input, including one reported injury resulting in scrapes and bruises to the rider. Riders (and there are around 3,500 of you) should immediately stop using the recalled motor controller circuit boards and kits and contact the Clean Republic for a free…