A number of current ACCC bicycle recalls are in effect.
Find out if you are affected and what to do about it.
- Check the Product Safety Australia page for further details to confirm if your model is in the recall
- The product specific page will guide you as to whether or not you need to discontinue using the product
- In addition to identifying the product and when to stop using it. The page will also provide instructions on how you can arrange for repair or replacement of your affected product.
Groupe Sportif Pty Ltd
Early Rider Belter 16″ children’s bicycle – Defect – The standard requires a children’s bicycle to be fitted with two methods of braking, one of which must be a rear back pedal brake. This bicycle does not have a back-pedal brake, but has two hand operated rim brakes, one for the front wheel and one for the rear wheel.
Look Monobloc Carbon Aerostem – Defect – If the metal clamp that secures the handlebar to the stem becomes corroded it can cause the stem clamp to fail. This item is sold separately or found on selected models from 2014-2017 consult PSA for full details.
Groupe Sportif Pty Ltd — Haibike Xduro Urban bicycle – Defect – Pedelec bicycle with a Bosch electric motor system. Models included in recall: 2015 Haibike Xduro Urban & 2016 Haibike Xduro Urban RC. Extended factory testing of the fork has shown a potential weakness that could cause the fork to fail.
Float X2 mountain bike rear shock absorbers – Defect – Recalled shocks do not have a “250 psi max” label directly under the air fill boss on the outer sleeve of the shock. A full listing of all recalled shocks and bike models can be found athttp://ridefox.com/recall#brandsmodels
Trek Bicycle Corporation (Australia) Pty Ltd
Trek 720 Disc bicycles and certain Bontrager aftermarket wheels – Defect – Trek 720 Disc bicycles (model years 2015, 2016 and 2017), and Bontrager Approved TLR Disc 700C 24H Black aftermarket front and rear bicycle wheels sold for installation on other bicycle models (see PSA for full details on serial numbers affected) The front brake caliper could engage with a broken spoke, causing the rider to lose control of the bicycle.
2014 Farley and Farley Frameset & 2015 Farley 6 and Farley 6 Frameset- Defect – The bicycle fork may have been assembled incorrectly and the fork may separate from the steer tube.
99 Bikes Pty Ltd
Pedal Zap & Pedal Crush Bicycles – Defect – If extreme force is applied to the handlebar the bicycle stem may crack.
Advance Traders (Australia) Pty Ltd
Merida Speeder 20-D – Defect – The fork dropout safety tabs may not be sufficient to hold the front wheel in position if the quick release lever is opened while the bicycle is in use.
Giant Bicycle Co. Pty Ltd
Various Giant and Liv Bicycles – Defect –
2015, 2016, 2017 Stance 2 – Handlebar width exceeds the maximum standard requirement.
2017 Embolden 2 – Handlebar width exceeds the maximum standard requirement.
2017 Tempt 1 – Bike is not fitted with a chain guard (all sizes) and the handlebar width exceeds the maximum standard (Small and Medium sized bicycles only).
2017 ToughRoad SLR 0 – Bike is not fitted with a chain guard.
Southcott Pty Ltd
Felt Bicycles 2010 Model B12 and S22 Bicycles and B12 Frame Sets – Defect – Bicycle fork may crack at the steerer and become detached from the handlebars and bicycle.
For full details of any product recalls please visit Product Safety Australia.