- Lectric eBikes XP 3.0 Black with recalled brake calipers
- Lectric eBikes XP 3.0 Long-Range Black with recalled brake calipers
- Lectric eBikes XP Step-Thru 3.0 Black with recalled brake calipers
- Lectric eBikes XP Step-Thru 3.0 White with recalled brake calipers
- Lectric eBikes XP Step-Thru 3.0 Long Range with recalled brake calipers
- Lectric eBikes XP Step-Thru 3.0 Long Range White with recalled brake calipers
Name of Product: Disc brake calipers sold on Lectric e-bicycles.
Hazard: The mechanical disc brake calipers located on the front and rear of the e-bike can fail resulting in loss of control, posing crash and injury hazards to the rider.
Recall Date: September 07, 2023.
Units: About 45,000.
Consumer Contact: Lectric eBikes LLC toll-free at 877-479-5422 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at https://www.lectricbikesrecall.expertinquiry.com or at www.lectricbikes.com and click on the recalls tab for more information.
Description: This recall involves mechanical disc brake calipers located on both front and rear of Lectric electric bicycle models XP 3.0 Black, XP 3.0 Long- Range Black, XP Step-Thru 3.0 Black, XP Step-Thru 3.0 White, XP Step-Thru 3.0 Long Range, XP Step-Thru 3.0 Long Range White. The model name is printed on the bike’s rear rack.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using Lectric e-bikes with the recalled disc brake calipers and contact the firm for a free mechanical caliper repair kit. Consumers will receive up to $100 towards the cost to install front and rear mechanical brake calipers. Lectric Ebikes is contacting all purchasers directly.
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received four reports of loss of braking power including two injuries that involved cuts, scrapes and a broken bone.
Sold At: Online at lectricebikes.com from November 2022 through May 2023 for between $1,000 and $1,200.
Importer(s): Lectric eBikes LLC, of Phoenix, Arizona.
Manufactured In: China.
Recall number: 23-789.
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