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FLX Bike, a leading name in the electric bicycle industry, is proud to announce a significant transformation. The company will now be known as Superhuman Bikes, marking a thrilling new chapter in the brand’s journey to redefine electric mobility.

Superhuman Bikes is more than just a name change; it represents a bold vision and an unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of what electric bicycles can be. The transformation coincides with the company’s expanded mission to empower riders to experience the world in extraordinary ways, offering products that are nothing short of superhuman in their capabilities.

Superhuman Bikes will continue to offer a diverse range of electric bicycles, from powerful e-MTB’s (electric mountain bikes) for off-road enthusiasts to stylish urban e-bikes for daily commuters. Every product is designed with cutting-edge technology, a commitment to quality, and an unwavering focus on sustainability.

Lithium Ion Safety Guidelines

The National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) has launched an expanded series of resources, guidelines, and information in response to the growing number of fires caused by lithium-ion batteries that power micromobility devices such as e-bikes and e-scooters, smaller electronics such as cell phones and laptops, and electric vehicles. As the use of these items has increased in recent years, so, too, has the number of fires associated with them.

NFPA recommends these tips when buying, charging, storing, and using lithium-ion batteries to help prevent fires:

  • Only purchase and use devices, batteries, and charging equipment that are listed by a nationally recognized testing lab and labeled accordingly.
  • Use charging equipment that is only compatible with your device. To be safe, use only the charging equipment that is supplied with your device.
  • Do not keep charging the device or device battery after it is fully charged.
  • Do not put lithium-ion batteries in the trash. Recycling is always the best option. Take the batteries to a battery recycling location or contact your local waste department for disposal instructions.
  • Stop using your device if the battery shows signs of damage, such as an unusual odor, excessive heat, popping sounds, swelling, or change in color.
  • Only have device repairs performed by a qualified professional.
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Learn more about lithium-ion battery safety, find training information, and download free safety tip sheets at nfpa.org/lithiumionsafety.

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Did You KNow?

Europe has the highest eBike penetration rate in the bicycle market. eBike growth and penetration in China is slowing down due to regulations against eBike use. North America is witnessing steady growth and penetration, driven by new model launches.