Recalls for Sports and Recreational Products
The aluminum platform can break, causing the user to fall and suffer serious injuries.
The handle attachment on five models of Matrix Fitness Varsity series strength training machines can detach during use.
A weld on a ring on the resistance trainer's belt can break during use and cause the resistance trainer's flexible cord to quickly and unexpectedly retract and hit an exercise partner who is holding the other end.
The engine of 2015 model numbers YZ250FFL and YZ250FFW competition off-road motorcyles can lock up during operation, causing a rider to lose control and crash.
Helmet’s chinstrap can fail, causing the helmets to slide off the head, posing a head injury hazard.
The backrest on BleacherBack stadium seats can fail.
Power supply units and chargers for the HobbyZone Super Cub S radio-controlled aircraft can overcharge the battery, posing a risk of fire and property damage.
The bicycle fork can bend or break, posing a fall hazard to the rider.
The frame of the bicycle could break, causing the rider to lose control, fall and suffer injuries.
The latch pin can disengage from the latch and allow the door to open while the vehicle is moving.
Bottles have a child-resistant cap that can become loose. Chemicals in this product can cause skin irritation, internal injury or death if ingested.
The stainless steel pick in the ski's handgrip can break and fail to slow or stop users from sliding downhill on a snow or ice covered slope.
The fan’s wiring is not properly grounded, posing fire and electric shock hazards.
The rubber handles can detach as divers are trying to remove the weight pockets to rise to the surface in an emergency.
The shock absorber is marked with graphics that incorrectly identify the adjustment directions for High Speed Rebound (HSR), posing a fall hazard to a rider.
Components in the front gear case can fail, posing a risk of loss of control and crash hazard.
On 2014 Pioneer 700 vehicles, vegetation and debris can accumulate on the middle skid plate, make contact with the exhaust system and ignite.
In cold temperatures, P-09 bicycle helmets can fail to protect the wearer.
The fuel cap on select models can fail to vent properly causing the fuel tank to rupture or the fuel to boil out of the tank.
Diminished braking ability with the Ambush, Instinct and Recoil model off-road vehicles can pose a crash hazard to consumers.
Oil can leak from the cooler line on the Trail and Trail XT side by side off-road vehicles, posing a fire hazard.
Contact with Sevylor one-person River Racer tubes can cause skin irritation.
The spring on the control mechanism can jam, leading to a loss of control and potential injury.
The snowmobile's fuel hose joint can leak during operation, posing a fire hazard.
The bicycle fork can crack, posing a fall hazard to the rider.
The rivets holding the chin strap to the helmet can fail and cause the helmet to fall off, posing a risk of head injury.
The adjustment buckles can release unexpectedly, causing the stored item to fall and injure people nearby.
Consumers could experience an allergic skin reaction after long periods of skin contact.
Divers can suffer from decompression sickness when the dive computer leaks and stops working.
The front wheel on the 20-inch Avigo youth bicycle can detach, posing a fall hazard.
Sticks and other debris can break through the floor boards and into the foot rest area.
The brakes on the bikes can fail to stop riders within the distances required by federal regulation.
The brake system on 2014 Fury Expert and Fury Team downhill mountain bicycles can fail.
The black plastic ball attached to the resistance band’s door anchor can unexpectedly release and strike the user.
Front forks on 13 models of Scott and 11 models of Trek 2011, 2012 and 2013 bicycles can break.
The bike's frame can crack at the hinge on the top tube.
Throat collars have been decertified by BNQ in Canada due to the risk of a laceration hazard to the throat.
The steerer tube in the front fork can break.
The MXB crossbows can fire an arrow unexpectedly without the trigger being pulled.
Electrical arcing can cause the units to catch fire.
TAC Elite, TAC Ordnance, and Enigma model crossbows can unexpectedly fire an arrow. This poses a risk of injury to the user or bystander.
The bicycle forks on BMC Alpenchallenge, Masschallenge and Urbanchallenge bikes can crack or break above the brake mount.
The 2.5 ounce high-pressure personal air mister can shatter during use.
Electrical arcing can cause the units to catch fire.
The bicycle fork can break on 2014 model Road 1, Road 2 and 29 tandem bicycles.
The plastic connectors that link the strength training stations’ towers can slide out or break.
THE S22 AND S32 MODEL ROAD BIKES HAVE FORKS THAT CAN BREAK.
The Excalibur Matrix Mega 405 model crossbow can unexpectedly fire an arrow. This poses a risk of injury to the user or bystander.
The steering wheel nut may not have been tightened sufficiently, reducing the driver’s steering control on E-Z-GO, Cushman and Bad Boy Buggies brand gas- and electric-powered, four-wheeled vehicles with bench seats for the driver and passengers.
Handle grips on the ISO7X can break and cause parts to be forcefully ejected from the shaft.
The fork on the Stromer ST1 women’s and men’s bikes can break.
Users can develop allergic reactions to the stainless steel casing, materials used in the strap, or adhesives used to assemble the product, resulting in redness, rashes or blistering where the skin has been in contact with the tracker.
The pull cord lock cam on the mountain climbing rescue devices can fail.
When struck by a lacrosse ball, the Shield throat protector can crack or break.
The glove’s lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack can overheat.
The mounting holes in the boot and frame of the high performance training or racing skates can be misaligned and can separate.
The recalled cords break at a lower weight than published weight values.
On 2012 and 2013 Cervélo P5 bicycles, the forward extension mounts can detach from the base bar and cause the rider to lose control.
West Marine Jetty Express 2 and Port Runner 2 bicycle frames can break. Bikes are used in and around docks and marinas.
Foam padding inside the elbow pads can crack, fracture or split.
The high pressure air hoses can leak or rupture and lead to a loss of breathing gas.
Fire, sparking, smoking, charring and/or melting at the power cord and socket have been reported with the exercise equipment.
The magnet on the gate latches can loosen and fail to secure the gate properly.
The heat of the stage lights can make the barndoors detach from the lights and fall.
The road bike brake systems can fail to work.
The binding can detach from its base while kitesurfing and lead to loss of control.
The set screws in the front hub of the recalled bicycles can loosen and stop the front wheel from turning.
The front fork can separate and cause the front wheel to detach. The forks were sold on some BMC, Cannondale, Commencal, Diamondback, GT, Kona, Lapierre, Norco, Orbea, Raleigh, Rocky Mountain, Santa Cruz, Scott, Specialized and Trek bicycles.
Trek has received reports of loose front brake attachment bolts in model year 2013 Madone bikes, including some custom-made Madones.
The plastic port hole windows in the tube slide can break and cut children.
The SRAM RED WiFLi Rear Derailleur that moves the bike chain gears on the rear wheel can jam.
The front assembly on the K2 Revo Kick can break and the handle can detach and cause a rider to lose control or balance.
The racks used for hitching children's trailercycles to adult size bicycles can break.
The trigger assembly on airbags used for skiing, snowmobiles and mountain climbing can fail, resulting in the airbag not deploying.
The outdoor elliptical cycles used for exercise have drive arm axle and fork detachment problems.
The front fork can separate from the wheel on Baja MB200 gas-powered mini bikes. This minibike may also be known as WR96, WR200, Baja Heat, Baja Carbon and Mini Baja.
The calipers on the disc brakes can fail. The bike component is installed on various brands of road and cyclocross bicycles.
The L.L.Bean Deluxe Packaway Boat Carts are used to haul the boats in or out of the water by hand. One person was struck by broken, flying pieces
The bolts and nuts on Moose Racing brand training wheels and the replacement wheel kit for youth motorcycles can loosen and cause the rider to lose control.
The semi-automatic style air pistols can explode at high temperatures and propel broken plastic pieces into the air. The air pistols are used for recreational shooting.
The throttle cable on the motorcycles can malfunction so the rider loses speed control.
Giant Bicycle’s seatpost can crack while riding.
The Uppercut model sheath does not hold the knife securely, allowing the knife to come out of the sheath unexpectedly.
The seat on all Johnny G. Krankcycles by Matrix with detachable seats can unexpectedly come off of the cardio equipment's frame during use.
The UCO Arka LED lantern’s wall charger plug can fail.
The DG03 dive computer can malfunction and display an incorrect tank pressure reading to the diver. This can happen when the computer is used with an optional integrated transmitter.
The frame on the Eclipse S11i and Verge S11i, X10, X20 and X30h bike models can crack at the hinge on the top tube.
The arrows, used for target archery and bow hunting, can break when fired and hit the user and others nearby.
Salsa Vaya and La Cruz bike forks can bend above the disc brake mount.
The Bear Grylls Parang machete's blade can cut through 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.