On Nov. 2, 2023, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Murf Electric’s electric bicycles due to fall and injury hazards.
According to the CPSC, the recalled bicycles do not meet federal safety standards, causing riders to fall and become injured. The CPSC has received one report of a fall and injury during use.
Approximately 9,000 units are included in the recall.
What electric bicycle models are included in the recall?
The recall includes Murf’s electric bikes sold before Apr. 20, 2022. The bikes were sold in black, white, beige, blue, cream, gray, or green.
The recall includes the following models and model years:
- The Fat Murf | 2017-2022
- Alpha Cargo | 2017-2022
- Alpha Murf | 2017-2022
- Fat Murf Step Thru | 2017-2022
- Fat Pax Step Thru | 2017-2022
- Izzy Step Thru | 2017-2022
- Mini Murf | 2017-2022
- Pax Step Thru | 2017-2022
- Izzy Beach Cruiser | 2017-2022
The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled electric bikes immediately.
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