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Specialized Bicycle recalls Tarmac SL7 bikes and framesets

The fork steerer tube can crack or break after harsh impact

Specialized Bicycle Components of Morgan Hill, Calif., is recalling about 6,900 Specialized Tarmac SL7 bicycles and framesets.

The bicycle’s fork steerer tube can crack or break after a harsh impact, such as hitting a deep pothole or other stressful events. This can pose fall and injury hazards.

The company has received two reports of the bicycle’s steerer tube breaking after a harsh frontal impact. No injuries have been reported.

This recall involves Specialized Tarmac SL...

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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