Recalls for Sports and Recreational Products
Salsa Vaya and La Cruz bike forks can bend above the disc brake mount.
The Bear Grylls Parang machete's blade can cut throught the sheath's stitching.
The signaling devices can malfunction and restrict the diver's air flow.
The throttle cable on 11 models of KTM and two models of Husaberg brand competition/closed course and off-road motorcycles can malfunction during use and result in an uncontrollable throttle.
The straps on men-, women- and youth-sized snowboard bindings can break.
Surly Pugsley bike forks can bend above the disc brake mount.
The bat's barrel can separate from the handle during use. The company has received 170 reports of bat separations.
The custom bicycle handlebar's clamps can detach during riding causing the rider to lose control. The handlebars are on 2013 Cervélo P-Series bicycles.
The diving hose that connects the regulator to the tank's pressure gauge can leak.
A defective wire connector in Gerbings and Harley-Davidson jacket liners can cause the liner to overheat.
The buckle on the bicycle motorcross helmet's safety strap can unexpectedly release in an accident and allow the helmet to fall off the rider.
The chinstrap buckle on WRSI Moment and Trident model helmets can fail.
MT 6 and MT 8 models of hydraulic disc brakes can fail in low temperatures. The were sold at bike retailers and distributors.
The SureLock II weight pocket handles on the scuba gear can detach as divers are trying to rise to the surface in an emergency.
Passengers' feet can get caught in the rear wheel of the 26-inch Mundo V4 bikes.