Electric Bike Battery Recycling Program

At FLX, we love our electric bikes and great design. When we design our
bikes we look forward to them having a long, fun and enjoyable lifespan. When
the day does come for the battery to come to its end of life, we take this
seriously as well.

That’s why we’re doing our part by partnering with Call2Recycle to
offer responsible recycling and disposal of your battery.

Call2Recycle, is a pioneer in battery collection and recycling logistics, to
solve the critical step of getting batteries from customers and brands to
recyclers.

FLX is a proud member of the first industrywide e-bike battery recycling
program, administered by Call2Recycle, the largest, most reliable battery
recycling program in the U.S., and endorsed by People For Bikes, a national
bicycling advocacy organization and the bicycle industry’s trade association.

We have united with industry leaders to voluntarily support this nationwide
initiative to ensure batteries are safely and responsibly managed at their
end-of-life.

To learn more about Call2Recycle visit Call2Recycle.org

To find a drop off location for recycling CLICK HERE

About the Program

PeopleForBikes: a national bicycling advocacy organization and the bicycle
industry’s trade association with knowledge of the e-bike industry and bike
policy at all levels of government.

Call2Recycle: a not-for-profit, turnkey battery management leader with
extensive experience in safe battery collection, logistics, and responsible
recycling.

More than 40 bike industry leaders from 20 People For Bikes member companies
united under a sustainability task force and electric bicycle committee to
collaborate with Call2Recycle to establish the first, voluntary industry wide
electric bicycle battery recycling program in the U.S.

The e-bike battery recycling program represents the first transportation
sector united under one battery recycling solution.

With industry analysts estimating more than 12 million electric bicycles will
be sold in the United States between 2020 and 2030, the program will ensure
that the lithium ion batteries are safely handled and returned to the proper
recycling stream at their end-of-life rather than ending up in landfills.