Murf recalled about 9,000 e-bikes because they do not meet the U.S. safety standard, which poses fall and injury hazards.
A lawsuit has been filed by a man who claims that defective brakes on an e-bike made by Rad Power Bikes sent him "flying over the handlebars."
Thousands of e-bikes were recalled after 4 people were burned when the lithium-ion battery overheated, caught on fire, or exploded.
More than 2,200 Brompton foldable e-bikes were recalled after several people were seriously injured or hospitalized due to a crash hazard.
About 1,600 Santa Cruz e-bikes were recalled because the battery can fall out of the frame and another defect poses a fire hazard.
Around 2,500 battery packs for Specialized electric mountain bikes were recalled due to a fire hazard.
Pedego recalled about 11,600 electric bikes that can malfunction and suddenly accelerate, which poses a fall and crash hazard to riders.