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Commissioner Mary T. Boyle of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Speaking on Federal Priorities for E-Bike Regulations

Published September 12, 2023

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BOULDER, COLO. (September 6, 2023) — Federal priorities for electric bicycle regulations are at the forefront of current discussions at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). These pending regulations will impact every aspect of the bike business.

Attend SHIFT'23 in Bentonville, Arkansas, for an exclusive keynote interview with CPSC Commissioner Mary T. Boyle discussing the agency's regulatory priorities for lithium ion batteries, bicycle regulations, product certification, rider safety, and more.

"We are honored to welcome Commissioner Boyle to Northwest Arkansas this fall to speak to our industry on how the federal government is responding to the rapid growth of electric bicycles," said Jenn Dice, president and CEO of PeopleForBikes. "PeopleForBikes engages closely with the CPSC on behalf of the entire bike industry to shape federal e-bike regulations. Commissioner Boyle's keynote at SHIFT'23 will offer an inside look at what these regulations mean for our industry going forward."

Commissioner Mary T. Boyle was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on June 22, 2022. Prior to her confirmation, Commissioner Boyle spent more than a decade at the CPSC in senior positions across the agency, including executive director and general counsel. In those roles, she worked on a broad range of issues, including policy, administration, litigation, product recalls, civil penalty negotiations, and the development of rules and regulations.

Don't miss this important conversation alongside three days of in-depth presentations, market insights, networking with industry leaders, and on-bike educational tours, only at SHIFT'23. Register today.

As a member of the bike industry, your attendance and voice is critical as we navigate the evolving regulatory landscape surrounding electric bicycles.

About PeopleForBikes

PeopleForBikes is the U.S. bicycle industry's trade association and a national advocacy nonprofit representing more than 325 bicycle industry supplier members and nearly 1.4 million individuals. Through our three areas of influence — infrastructure, policy, and participation — we accelerate the construction of safe, fun, and connected places to bike; advance pro-bike and pro-bike-business legislation; and reduce barriers to access and welcome more people to the joys of riding a bike. Our goal: Become the best place to ride a bike in the world. Join us at

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