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Lyft-owned Citi Bike is pulling its electric bikes off the streets after brake complaints, continuing a tough week for the company (LYFT)

Business Insider Sunday, 14 April 2019 ()
Lyft-owned Citi Bike is pulling its electric bikes off the streets after brake complaints, continuing a tough week for the company (LYFT)· Citi Bike, which is owned by Lyft, has removed its electric pedal-assisted bikes from circulation following reports of overly powerful brakes. 
· Streetsblog New York reported the pedal-assisted bikes first began disappearing from the Citi Bike map over the weekend. 
· DC's Capital Bikeshare and San Francisco's Ford...
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News video: Lyft Pulls E-Bikes Amid Accident Reports

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Gizmodo reports that Lyft is pulling its recently acquired network of e-bikes form three major cities. The decision comes after reports of problematic braking, that in some cases resulted in injuries to the rider. A Citi Bike spokesperson told Gizmodo in a statement; "After a small number of reports...

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