Bicycle parts recalled due to risk for Ohio defective product injuries

by NPHM | January 13th, 2011

January 13, 2011

Bicycles have been manufactured for a long time, but that doesn’t exempt them from defective product safety hazards.

According to MSNBC, Quality Bicycle Products is voluntarily recalling handlebar stems because they could lead to Ohio defective product injuries.

According to the Journal Sentinel, the defective products are at risk for breaking or cracking, which may cause bicyclists using the company’s handlebars to fall  and suffer Ohio defective product injuries.

According to the Journal Sentinel article, all “CroMoto S.U.L. 25.4 and 26.0 threadless handlebar stems and all CroMoto S.U.L. 26.0 quill handlebar stems sold as individual aftermarket units after April 1, 2010” are included in the recall due to their risk of causing bicyclists Ohio defective product injuries.

Salsa Cycles states that the handlebars can be identified by a hash mark on the interior clamp of the product.

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