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Academy Sports + Outdoors recalls Ozone 500 girls’ and boys’ bicycles

The bicycles can stop unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard

Academy Sports + Outdoors of Katy, Texas, is recalling about 3,860 Ozone 500 Girls’ and Boys’ Elevate 24-Inch bicycles.

The rear shock spring on the bikes can become stuck, creating a pinch point between the spring and the seat, posing a risk of injury, or causing the bicycles to stop unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard to the rider.

The firm has received one report of a person injuring his hand under the seat when the rear shock spring compressed.

This recall involves the ...

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      Academy Sports + Outdoors recalls Ozone 500 Density bicycles

      The locking hardware on the front wheel can become loose

      Academy Sports + Outdoors of Katy, Texas, is recalling about 6,000 Ozone 500 Density bicycles.

      The locking hardware on the front wheel can become loose resulting in front wheel instability, posing fall and injury hazards.

      No incidents or injuries are reported.

      This recall involves Ozone 500 Density series bicycles sold in multiple colors.

      The model numbers, listed here, may be found on the seat tube.

      “Ozone 500” is printed on the frame.

      The bicycles, manufactured in China, were sold at Academy Sports + Outdoors stores and online at www.academy.com from October 2020, through November 2020, for about $115.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycles and contact Academy Sports + Outdoors for a free repair or free replacement hardware.

      Consumers may contact Academy Sports + Outdoors toll-free at (888) 922-2336 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (CT) daily, by email at customerservice@academy.com, or online at www.academy.com and click on “Product Recalls” at the bottom of the page for more information.

      Academy Sports + Outdoors of Katy, Texas, is recalling about 6,000 Ozone 500 Density bicycles. The locking hardware on the front wheel can become loose ...
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      Cycling Sports Group recalls Cannondale Canvas NEO bicycles

      The front fender can detach and cause the front wheel to stop abruptly

      Cycling Sports Group of Wilton, Conn., is recalling about 1,270 Cannondale Canvas NEO bicycles.

      The front fender can detach and cause the front wheel to stop abruptly, posing a fall hazard.

      The firm has received eight reports of the fender detaching and contacting the bicycle wheel, two of which resulted in injuries involving bruising and abrasions.

      This recall involves all Cycling Sports Group Cannondale Canvas NEO bicycles.

      These are “e-bicycles” that have an electric assist motor, and they were sold in a variety of different colors and sizes. Affected bicycles are marked “Canvas” on the top tube and have an electric assist motor.

      Only models of “Canvas” bicycles with an electric assist motor are included in this recall.

      The bicycles, manufactured in Taiwan, were sold at authorized Cannondale dealers nationwide from June 2019, through October 2020, for between $3,200 and $4,200.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop riding the bicycle until the front fender is removed, and contact their local authorized Cannondale dealer or Cycling Sports Group to arrange for a free repair.

      Consumers may contact their local authorized Cannondale dealer, or Cycling Sports Group at (800) 245-3872 (800-BIKE USA) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (ET), Monday through Friday, by email at ridersupport@cannondale.com or online at www.cannondale.com and click on “Recalls and Notices” at the bottom of the page for more information.

      Cycling Sports Group of Wilton, Conn., is recalling about 1,270 Cannondale Canvas NEO bicycles. The front fender can detach and cause the front wheel to...
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      Santa Cruz Bicycles recalls bikes with aluminum frames

      The frame pieces can bend or buckle, posing a fall hazard

      Santa Cruz Bicycles of Santa Cruz, Calif., is recalling about 3,100 model year 2020 Aluminum Santa Cruz and Juliana Bicycles sold in the U.S. and Canada.

      The aluminum frame pieces could have experienced thermal damage during a non-standard paint stripping operation and can bend or buckle, posing a fall hazard.

      The firm has received four reports of the recalled aluminum frame bicycle pieces bending or buckling. No injuries have been reported.

      This recall involves the model year 2020 aluminum frames on Santa Cruz models Nomad 4a Aluminum, Bronson 3a Aluminum and the 5010 3a Aluminum and Juliana models Roubion 3a Aluminum and Furtado 3a Aluminum.

      The Nomad 4a Aluminum is black or eggplant (purple) color; the Bronson 3a Aluminum is red tide or olive color, and the 5010 3a Aluminum is dark gray and robins egg (light blue).

      The Roubion 3a Aluminum is maritime gray and the Furtado 3a Aluminum is fog (light gray).

      The name “Santa Cruz” or “Juliana” appears on the downtube of the bicycle frame. The model names appear in different locations on the front and rear triangles, depending on the model.

      Only frames without six small indents above the first letter of the serial number are included in this recall. The serial number is located on the bottom bracket shell.

      The bicycles, manufactured in China, were sold at bicycle stores nationwide and specialty online retailers from June 2019, through October 2020, for about $2,000 for frames sold separately and about $3,500 to $4,300 for complete bikes with the aluminum frames.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycles with aluminum frames and contact the firm to arrange for a free inspection.

      Consumers with affected frames can choose either a free replacement aluminum frame or a refund voucher for the value of the recalled frame.

      Consumers may contact Santa Cruz Bicycles toll-free at (833) 944-8335 from 9 a.m. to 5p.m. (PT) Monday through Friday, by email at qualityassurance@santacruzbicycles.com or online at http://www.santacruzbicycles.com and click on “Product Recall” at the bottom of the page for more information.

      Santa Cruz Bicycles of Santa Cruz, Calif., is recalling about 3,100 model year 2020 Aluminum Santa Cruz and Juliana Bicycles sold in the U.S. and Canada. ...
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      Any Volume recalls bicycle helmets

      The helmets do not comply with federal federal safety standards

      Any Volume of Bridgeville, Pa., is recalling about 660 bicycle helmets.

      The helmets do not comply with the U.S. CPSC federal safety standard for bicycle helmets, posing a risk of head injury.

      No incidents or injuries are reported.

      This recall involves Any Volume’s medium-sized adult bicycle helmets sold in blue, green, pink, red, white and yellow.

      The helmets have black nylon fabric straps with white striped patterns in the center and a black plastic knob at the back of the helmet for adjusting the fitting.

      The helmets, manufactured in China, were sold exclusively online at ebay.com from May 2020, through October 2020, for about $15.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled helmets and contact Any Volume for a full refund. Any Volume is contacting all known purchasers directly.

      Consumers may contact Any Volume toll-free at (877) 391-5003 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at cs@anyvolume.com or online at www.anyvolume.com and click on “BH 11 and H-103 Bike Helmet Recall Notice” at the center of the page for more information.

      Any Volume of Bridgeville, Pa., is recalling about 660 bicycle helmets. The helmets do not comply with the U.S. CPSC federal safety standard for bicycle...
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      Quality Bicycle Products recalls Salsa Cycles Cutthroat bikes

      The bicycle’s fork legs can crack or break, posing a fall hazard

      Quality Bicycle Products of Bloomington, Minn., is recalling about 700 Salsa Cutthroat bicycles and forks sold in the U.S. and Canada.

      The bicycle’s fork legs can crack or break, posing a fall hazard.

      The firm has received seven reports of cracked forks. No injuries have been reported.

      This recall involves 2020 Salsa Cutthroat series bicycles, including: Salsa Cutthroat with model names GRX 810 Di2, GRX 810 1x, GRX 600, Apex 1, framesets, and Carbon Deluxe V2 aftermarket forks.

      The model name is printed on the frame of the bicycles. The bicycles are sold in a variety of different colors and sizes.

      This recall involves only Cutthroat bicycles, framesets and forks in which the fork serial number contains the letter G. A Cutthroat fork serial number is visible when the fork is removed from the frame.

      The recalled Salsa Cutthroat models include:

      • Salsa Cutthroat GRX 810 Di2
      • Salsa Cutthroat GRX 810 1x
      • Salsa Cutthroat GRX 600
      • Salsa Cutthroat Apex 1
      • Salsa Cutthroat framesets
      • Salsa Cutthroat Carbon Deluxe V2 aftermarket fork (Matte and Gloss)

      The bicycles, manufactured in China, were sold at Salsa authorized bicycle dealerships nationwide from September 2019, through September 2020, for between $2,700 and $5,800.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycles, contact Salsa Cycles, and bring the recalled Salsa Cutthroat bicycles, framesets, and aftermarket forks to a Salsa authorized retailer for inspection and free installation of a replacement fork.

      Consumers may contact Salsa Cycles toll-free at (877) 774-6208 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (CT), Monday through Friday or online at www.salsacycles.com click on “Safety and Support” at the top of the page, then “Recall” for more information.

      Quality Bicycle Products of Bloomington, Minn., is recalling about 700 Salsa Cutthroat bicycles and forks sold in the U.S. and Canada. The bicycle’s for...
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      Jakks Pacific recalls Morfboard Skate & Scoot Scooters

      The “Y” handlebar joint on the scooter can break

      Jakks Pacific of Santa Monica, Calif., is recalling about 162,300 MorfBoard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with “Y” handlebars.

      The “Y” handlebar joint can break, posing a fall hazard.

      The company has received 18 reports of the “Y” handlebars breaking with one injury when a child fell resulting in a bloody nose.

      This recall involves Morfboard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with “Y” handlebars.

      The skateboard system has interchangeable parts that convert into a scooter by inserting the ‘Y” handlebar into the base board.

      The scooters were sold in a variety of colors, including cyan (blue), chartreuse (yellow), lava (red) and mint (green).

      An 8-character alphanumeric manufacturing date code is located on the bottom side of each skate deck that is sold as part of the Skate & Scoot Combo.

      Only scooters with the following manufacturing date codes are included in the recall: 0049VE01, 0128VE01, 0238VE01, 0328VE01, 0598VE01, 0718VE01, 0878VE01, 1068VE01, 1168VE01, 1278VE01, 1458VE01, 1508VE01,1598VE01, 1858VE01, 2068VE01, 2328VE01, 2398VE01, 2478VE01, 2548VE01, 2508VE01, 2568VE01, 2958VE01, 3198VE01, 3258VE01, 3537VE01, 3628VE01.

      The scooters, manufactured in China, were sold at Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, Meijer, BJ’s Wholesale Club stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com and morfboard.com from February 2018, through August 2020, for about $100.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately take these recalled scooters with the “Y” handlebars away from children and contact Jakks Pacific to receive a free replacement “T” handlebar.

      Consumers may contact Jakks Pacific toll-free at (855) 602-5464 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (PT) Monday through Friday, or online at www.jakks.com and click on “Safety Notices” at the bottom of the page or for more information.

      Jakks Pacific of Santa Monica, Calif., is recalling about 162,300 MorfBoard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with “Y” handlebars. The “Y” handlebar joint ca...
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      Peloton recalls PR70P bike pedals

      The pedals can break during use, causing laceration injuries

      Peloton Interactive of New York, N.Y., is recalling about 54,000 PR70P Clip-In Pedals fitted on Peloton bikes.

      The pedals can break during use, causing laceration injuries.

      The firm has received 120 consumer reports of pedal breakages, including 16 reports of leg injuries. Five of the injuries required medical care, such as stitches to the lower leg.

      The PR70P or first-generation pedal fitted on Peloton bikes were sold between July 2013 and May 2016.

      The Peloton logo and the word "PELOTON" are molded into the pedal body. An orange Peloton symbol and white lettering spelling "PELOTON" are printed on the top of the cleat binding.

      Pedals are warranted for one year and all remaining PR70P Clip-In pedals in service are out of warranty. Peloton recommends that consumers replace pedals annually.

      The pedals, manufactured in Taiwan, were sold online at www.onepeloton.com, through Peloton telephone sales, or through Peloton showrooms nationwide from July 2013, through May 2016. The PR70P pedals were fitted on Peloton bikes that sold for about $2,000.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using bikes fitted with PR70P Clip-In pedals. Peloton is notifying all affected consumers directly on how to receive free replacement pedals, along with instructions for self-installation.

      Consumers may contact Peloton toll-free (844) 410-0141 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (ET) on weekends.

      Affected consumers received a touchscreen notice and an email. Only consumers who have not already replaced their PR70P pedals should contact Peloton.

      Peloton Interactive of New York, N.Y., is recalling about 54,000 PR70P Clip-In Pedals fitted on Peloton bikes. The pedals can break during use, causing ...
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      Specialized Bicycle Components recalls Sirrus bicycles

      The crank arm can disengage and cause the rider to lose control,

      Specialized Bicycle Components of Morgan Hill, Calif., is recalling about 38,200 Sirrus, Sirrus X and Sirrus Sport bicycles with alloy cranks sold in the U.S. and Canada.

      The crank arm can disengage and cause the rider to lose control, posing fall and injury hazards.

      The firm has received 56 reports of crank arm disengaging, including seven reports of injuries. One injury involved a torn bicep tendon and the other six were minor injuries, such as road rash.

      This recall involves the 2019-2020 model year Sirrus, Sirrus X and Sirrus Sport bicycles sold in 27 different colors.

      Consumers can determine if their bicycle is part of the recall if “Sirrus” or “Sirrus X” is written on the top tube of the bicycle and the model name (e.g. “3.0”) is written on the seatstay of the bicycle. A list of the recalled models may be found here.

      The bicycles, manufactured in Taiwan, were sold at authorized Specialized retailers nationwide and online from September 2018, through June 2020, for between $850 and $1,700.

      What to do

      Consumers should stop using the recalled bicycles immediately and contact their nearest authorized Specialized retailer for a free repair.

      Consumers may contact Specialized Bicycle Components at (800) 722-4423 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (PT) Monday through Friday, by email at ridercare@specialized.com or online at www.specialized.com and click on “Safety Notifications” at the bottom of the page for more information.

      Specialized Bicycle Components of Morgan Hill, Calif., is recalling about 38,200 Sirrus, Sirrus X and Sirrus Sport bicycles with alloy cranks sold in the U...
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      Pedego recalls electric bikes

      The bicycle may accelerate unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard

      Pedego of Fountain Valley, Calif., is recalling about 11,600 electric bicycles.

      An improperly manufactured electrical cable can cause the bicycle to accelerate unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard to the user.

      The firm has received five reports of the bike’s electrical cable malfunctioning, causing the bike to unexpectedly accelerate. No injuries have been reported.

      This recall involves six models of Pedego electric bikes. Models include the Interceptor (Including Platinum Edition), City Commuter (Including Mid Drive Edition and Black Edition), Boomerang Plus, Ridge Rider, Trail Tracker (Including Gorilla Edition) and Stretch (Including Dual Drive Edition).

      The model name is printed on the chain guard or chain stay of the bike. The bikes were sold in various colors. Pedego is printed on the bike frame.

      The bikes, manufactured I China and Vietnam, were sold at bicycle stores nationwide and online at www.pedego.com from January 2018, through August 2020, for between $3,000 and $4,700.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycles and contact a local Pedego dealer to arrange for a free repair.

      Consumers may contact Pedego toll-free at (888) 871-7115 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (ET) Sunday through Saturday, or online at www.pedegobikerecall.expertinquiry.com and click on “FAQ” at the top of the page for more information.

      Local Pedego dealer contact info can be found at: www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/dealers.

      Pedego of Fountain Valley, Calif., is recalling about 11,600 electric bicycles. An improperly manufactured electrical cable can cause the bicycle to acc...
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      Cycling Sports Group recalls front racks for Cannondale Treadwell bikes

      The front racks can detach and cause the front wheel to stop abruptly

      Cycling Sports Group of Wilton, Conn., is recalling about 2,000 front racks with bamboo trays sold in the U.S. and Canada.

      The front racks can detach and cause the front wheel to stop abruptly, posing a fall hazard.

      The firm has received two reports of of the tray detaching and contacting the bicycle wheel -- one resulting in a fall involving minor cuts and bruises, and the other involving both bruising and a concussion.

      This recall involves the front rack with a bamboo tray for Cycling Sports Group Cannondale Treadwell bicycles. The rack has a black metal frame and a bamboo tray.

      “ISO11243:2016 YUENI MAX 10KG” is printed on the bamboo tray.

      The racks, manufactured in Taiwan, were sold at authorized Cannondale dealers nationwide from April 2019, through June 2020, for between $950 to $2,750 for the bicycles sold with the front racks, and $100 for the racks sold separately.

      The front racks were included as original equipment on some bicycles. On other bicycles, they were sold separately as ad-on equipment.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop riding the bicycle until the front rack is removed, and contact their local authorized Cannondale dealer or Cycling Sports Group to arrange for a free repair.

      Consumers may contact a local authorized Cannondale dealer, or Cycling Sports Group at (800) 245-3872 (800-BIKE USA) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (ET), by email to ridersupport@cannondale.com, or at www.cannondale.com and click on “Recalls and Notices” at the bottom of the page for more information.

      Cycling Sports Group of Wilton, Conn., is recalling about 2,000 front racks with bamboo trays sold in the U.S. and Canada. The front racks can detach an...
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      Consumers urged to stop using and dispose of Morpher bike helmets

      The helmets do not comply with the federal safety standard

      The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging consumers to stop using about 8,500 Morpher flat-folding bicycle helmets and dispose of them to prevent further usage.

      The helmets do not comply with the federal safety standard for bicycle helmets, posing a risk of head injury.

      Morpher is no longer in business and is unable to conduct a recall. No incidents or injuries are reported.

      This action involves Morpher flat-folding bicycle helmets sold in one size, fitting head circumference from 20.5 to 22.8 inches. The helmets were sold with a storage bag and in the following solid or dotted colors: Gloss or matte black, gray, red, silver, white and yellow.

      The Morpher name and logo appear on both sides of the helmet. The Morpher logo appears on the back of the helmet.

      The helmets, manufactured in Hong Kong, were sold online at Amazon.com, CyclingSafetyGear.com and MorpherHelmet.com from April 2017 through November 2019 for about $150.

      What to do

      Amazon and Morpher are contacting all known purchasers directly. Consumers with questions may contact CPSC’s hotline at (800) 638-2772.

      The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging consumers to stop using about 8,500 Morpher flat-folding bicycle helmets and dispose of them to pre...
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