Recalls for Sports and Recreational Products
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.