99 Bikes — Pedal Ranger
What are the defects?
The affected bicycles may not meet the requirement for mandatory standard AS/NZS:1927 in relation to the Front Hub Retention Test (Appendix C), whereby the front wheel may dislodge from the front fork if the Quick Release Skewer is not properly tightened and secured.
What are the hazards?
This may cause serious injury to the user if the defect occurs while the bicycle is in use.
What should consumers do?
Consumer should stop using the affected bikes immediately and contact their nearest 99 Bikes store.
99 Bikes will fit a replacement Quick Release Skewer, which is better suited to the fit the fork drop out on the bicycle and prevent the front wheel from dislodging if the current Quick Release Skewer is not properly tightening and secured.
Further information can be obtained from your nearest 99Bikes store or by phoning 07 3087 0019.
99 Bikes stores can be located by visiting the website at http://www.99bikes.com.au/stores
- 1 December 2016 - 2 June 2017
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.