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WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — REI Co-op is recalling its Co-op Cycles' REV 12-, 16-, and 20-inch kids bikes because the training wheel assembly knob can loosen and detach.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Retrospec is recalling some Beaumont Plus ST bikes because the front disc brake rotor and brake pads can be misaligned, posing a crash hazard.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (BRAIN) — Kuat Innovations is recalling its Kuat Transfer v2 1-bike (T201B), Kuat Transfer v2 2-bike (T202B, T222B), and Kuat Transfer v2 3-bike (T223B) bicycle carriers.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Some Korimefa multi-purpose helmets are being recalled because they do not comply with the Consumer Product Safety Commission's positional stability requirements for bike helmets.

About 60 helmets are affected by the recall. No injuries or incidents have been reported.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Some multipurpose kids' bike helmets sold on and imported by Chau River Sports Outdoors are being recalled because they don't comply with the Consumer Product Safety Commission impact certification requirements.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Full Speed Ahead in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling its Gossamer Pro AGX+ crankset because the arms can loosen and/or detach from the spindle.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Delta Cycle and Dimension stem raisers are being recalled because they can shift during use and pose a fall hazard.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Thule is recalling some RideAlong rear-mounted kids bike seats because the harness padding can contain an excess of a flame-retardant chemical that can be toxic if ingested or comes into contact with skin or eyes.

AMERSFOORT, Netherlands (BRAIN) — Babboe has extended its recall of four of its cargo bike models to the United Kingdom over concerns about frame integrity.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — GT Bicycles is recalling about 3,364 GT LaBomba bicycles in the U.S. and Canada because the frames can fail.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Cannondale is recalling some "Dave" 26-inch bikes because of reports of frame failures.

The recall affects model-year 2021 through 2023, with about 660 bikes sold in the U.S. and about 113 sold in Canada. 

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Bell Sports is recalling its Soquel youth helmets because the strap anchor can dislodge and fail to protect during a crash, violating the Consumer Product Safety Commission's federal helmet regulation.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday issued a recall notice for some SRAM 12-speed shift/brake levers.

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WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Flat River Group kids' bikes are being recalled because they don't meet several U.S. safety standards.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Box Components is recalling its BMX Race Box One Oversized 31.8 Delta stems because the faceplate can crack and break.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Pacific Cycle is recalling two e-bike models because the wiring harness that manages the lithium-ion battery charging was improperly assembled and can overheat and catch fire.

Tagged Electric bike

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Retrospec is recalling its Scout kids' bike helmets because they don't comply with the Consumer Product Safety Commission's coverage, positional stability, and labeling requirements and can fail to protect.

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Aventon is recalling about 2,300 Class 2 Sinch.2 folding e-bikes because they can accelerate unexpectedly, posing a crash and injury hazard.

Tagged Electric bike
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WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Bell Sports recalled its Slope adult helmets because the strap anchor can dislodge from the helmet, failing to protect in the event of a crash.

PHILADELPHIA (BRAIN) — Trek, SRAM, a Taiwanese hub maker, a Trek-owned retail store and an independent Trek dealer are all named in a product liability case involving an alleged coaster brake failure two years after the coaster-brake hub was recalled.

Tagged Lawsuits/legal


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