Decathlon Recalls 2012-2016 E-Bikes
VILLENEUVE D’ASCQ, France – Decathlon issued a voluntary recall for a full line of ladies e-bikes due to breaking frames. The e-bikes included in this recall were distributed between 23 February 2012 and 4 August 2016.
According to Decathlon these e-bikes were sold in several European countries. The majority was distributed in Belgium. The French sports retail chain urges its customers not to ride their e-bike anymore and contact their nearest Decathlon store. All e-bikes involved in the recall are specified with a front hub motor.
The recall includes these lady’s e-bikes:
- S’cape EB7 2012 / EB7 2013 / EB9 2013
- B’twin EB940 2014 / EB960 2014 / EB980 2014
- B’twin e-city 900 black 2015 / e-city 920 grey 2015 / e-city 940 blue 2015
Decathlon’s customers have three options once they return the e-bike. They are offered full reimbursement in cash or a Decathlon Gift card. The customer can also choose a new bike including in the current range including a refund in case or Decathlon Gift card in case of a difference in price.