Research on the flexible dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs) has been more and more extensively conducted during the recent years both academically and comercially for the sake of its further reduced expense and even broader application. However, significant promotion of electron transport properties and consequently the photovoltaic performances of such devices are perpetually hindered by the key problem that the poor heat tolerance of the plastic substrates employed in flexible DSCs makes high-temperature sintering of the photoanode films impossible. Based on a brief overview of the current state of research on flexible DSCs, including new materials and delicate processing techniques, and the research results from the author’s own group, this chapter specially treats the profound mechanistic issue of electron transport and recombination in flexible DSCs, which is rarely discussed and relatively less well understood up to now. It is pointed out that the electron transport and recombination dominate photovoltaic performance of the flexible DSCs and suppressing the recombination of injected electrons with electrolyte redox species is of crucial sense for performance promotion. Besides, the methods for restraining electron recombination are proposed and the developing trend and prospects of flexible DSCs are also presented.