Echelon Sports—BMC EVO Aprebic Bicycle Fork (ACC-A704DN50B)

PRA number

2013/13666

Published date

Product description

The models listed below are affected by the bicycle fork recall:
Alpenchallenge AC01105/Tiagra MY2012/2013
Alpenchallenge AC01 Rival Model MY2012/2013*
Ubranchallenge UC01 Afine 11 MY 2012/2013
Mass Challenge MC01 Team MY2012*

* These models were not sold in Australia, but could have been imported directly by end users.
2012 AC01 105 Tiagra Model Bicycle
2012 UC01 model bicycle
2013 AC01 105 Tiagra Model Bicycle
2013 UC01 11 Speed Model Bicycle
Identifying features
BMC EVO aprebic fork (ACC-A704DN50B)

Other identifying numbers

BMC EVO aprebic fork (ACC-A704DN50B)

What are the defects?

The fork may break during use.

What are the hazards?

If the fork breaks during use, this may lead to loss of control of the bicycle and result in fall injuries.

What should consumers do?

Cease using the bicycle immediately. BMC Switzerland will contact affected consumers with a resolution. Owners of affected bicycles that were not purchased in Australia should contact Echelon Sports to discuss how to obtain a remedy.

For further information, contact Echelon Sports on (07) 3902 1165 or email info@echelonsports.com.au.

Traders who sold this product

Independent bicycle stores

Where the product was sold

Nationally

Recall advertisements and supporting documentation

Recall advertisement

Responsible regulator

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.

Product category