Children’s folding e-bike urgently recalled over fears the frame could break

A children’s electric bike has been urgently recalled over fears the frame could break during use.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a recall notice for Glow Worm Bicycles’ eZee Viento folding electric bike.

There are fears that if the frame were to break while riding, it could cause an accident resulting in serious injury to the rider.

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Consumers are urged to immediately stop using the product and contact their place of purchase to arrange for a bicycle frame replacement.

eZee Viento folding electric bike unfolded. Credit: ACCC
Folding electric bike eZee Viento folded. Credit: ACCC

The bike was sold nationally and online between January 2015 and January 2020.

Traders included Glow Worm Bicycles Sydney, Glow Worm Bicycles Melbourne, Melbourne Electric Bicycles, Perth Electric Bicycle Centre, Pushys Canberra, Velo Electric and Folding – Melbourne, Cargo Cycles, Omafiets Dutch Bicycles and Teros Eco-bikes.

For more information, consumers may contact Glow Worm Bicycles via email at [email protected]

Further recall information is also available on the Product Safety website.

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