Front Racks Poses Hazard from Potential to Detach, Lead to Cannondale Treadwell Front Rack Recall
Around 2,000 front racks with bamboo trays that were sold in the US and Canada are being recalled by Cycling Sports Group of Wilton, Conn for possible detaching problems that can cause the front wheel to stop abruptly and pose a falls risk.
Two incidents of the tray detaching and contacting the bicycle wheel have been reported. One incident resulted in a fall with minor cuts and bruises, while the other resulted in bruises and a concussion.
The recall is for front racks with a black metal frame and a bamboo tray for Cycling Sports Group Cannondale Treadwell bicycles, with “ISO11243:2016 YUENI MAX 10KG” printed on the bamboo tray.
The racks were manufactured in Taiwan and sold nationwide at authorized Cannondale dealers from April 2019 to June 2020 and priced at $950 to $2,750 for bicycles sold with front racks and $100 for just the racks.
Consumers affected by this recall should stop riding their bicycles until removal of the front racks and contact their authorized Cannondale dealer or Cycling Sports Group for a free repair arrangement.
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