More Than 80,000 Children’s Bikes Recalled Due to Handlebars That Could Detach

Figure 1: Recalled woom ORIGINAL 1 (without pedals). Photo credit:

Woom Bikes USA has issued a recall of all sizes of their 2018 to 2021 model bikes that were made for children aged 18 months to 14 years old. The recall was made after Woom Bikes received 77 reports of the handlebar stem detaching or loosening, which resulted in 19 injuries including bruising, cuts, or abrasions. Approximately 84,000 bicycles have been recalled.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission noted consumers should stop using the recalled bikes and contact Woom Bikes for a free repair kit. Additionally, Woom Bikes is contacting all known purchasers directly. The bikes were sold on,, and local bike stores nationwide beginning in September of 2018 through March of 2022. Retail prices were between $200 to $530, and the bicycles were sold in yellow, purple, green, red, and blue with the word “woom” in white on the downtube and in metallic on the front of the headtube.

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