Consumer Product Safety Commision
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Shimano Quick Release Recall
Adam's Trail-A-Bike Hitch Recall
Cannondale Recall List
Mechanical Disc Brake Warning
Cable End Length
SAFETY RECALL NOTICE
Shimano is voluntarily recalling the following bicycle cranks due to a potential safety problem, where the crank could break causing loss of control of the bicycle. These cranks bear the model number
FC-CT90, FC-M290, or FC-MC12
occur which could result in
|Shimano is constantly striving to improve it's products so they will meet high standards of durability and safety, for your transportation, exercise and fun. It has come to our attention that certain bicycle cranks (front gear and crank assemblies) manufactured by Shimano may develop cracks and possibly break under certain circumstances.||The breakage of these bicycle cranks could result in accident or injury, and therefore, SHOULD NOT BE USED AND MUST BE IMMEDIATELY RECALLED. For you safety, we are voluntarily recalling all such crank assemblies. Recalled Cranksets are found in the Altus, Acera, and Alivio component groups. Shimano has reported this recall to the U.S. Consumer||Product Safety Commission which will monitor effectiveness.To determine if you bicycle's crank assembly is involved in this recall, you should check the crank arm in the area indicated below. If it bears one of the numbers listed below, DO NOT USE IT! Bring your bike to this shop and they will replace the cranks at no cost.|
Come by Aaron's Bicycle Repair for a FREE replacement.
|Manitou Mach 5
If you own an Answer Manitue Mach 5 fork, There has been a major recall due to cracking dropouts. This could be a potentially dangerous situation if you answer yes to any of the following questions, your fork must be sent back to Manitue for inspection or replacement.
If there is a red dot on
the dropout it should be OK even if the serial number is less than 5100149464. If the
serial number is greater than this the fork is OK. . Return the fork right now to your
Manitue dealer, or to find the dealer nearest you call:
Certain models of "Unishock" front suspension forks sold since 1992 have been recalled due to cracking crowns, and loss of bonding at the dropouts and legs. If your fork Scott Unishock fork has the markings listed below it is subject to this recall.
Forks bearing the name
"UNISHOCKS" but not bearing one of the model designations listed above, are not
affected. These non-affected forks are also identifiable by the color of the fork legs,
which are white, and have chrome plated cro-mo crowns.