Trek Bicycle Corporation (Australia) Pty Ltd – Base Bar on Model Year 2022 Speed Concept SLR Bicycles and Bontrager Aeolus RSI VR-C Handlebar/Stems fitted on Model Year 2021 and 2022 Emonda SLR Bicycles and supplied as an aftermarket part

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Base Bar on all model year 2022 Speed Concept SLR bicycles (SLR 9, SLR 9 eTap, SLR 7, SLR 7 eTap and SLR 6 eTap) and Bontrager Aeolus RSL VR-C Handlebar/Stems fitted on all model year 2021 (SLR 6, SLR 6 eTap, SLR 7, SLR 7 eTap, SLR 8, SLR 9 and SLR 9 eTap) and 2022 (SLR 6 eTap, SLR 7, SLR 7 eTap, SLR 9 and SLR 9 eTap) Emonda SLR bicycles

The Handlebar/Stems were also supplied as an aftermarket part (model years 2020, 2021 and 2022) 

Photograph of Emonda Bicycle
Photograph of Speed Bicycle
Photograph of Trek Handlebar

Reasons the product is recalled

If overloaded, the carbon Base Bar and Handlebar/Stem can crack.

The hazards to consumers

If the Base Bar or Handlebar/Stem breaks, the rider could lose control of the bicycle and fall, leading to serious injury.

What consumers should do

Consumers should immediately stop using bicycles installed with the affected Base Bars and Handlebar/Stems. Consumers can contact an authorised Trek retailer to make an appointment for a replacement Base Bar or Handlebar/Stem, when available.

Consumers can obtain further information by contacting Trek Bicycle Corporation (Australia) Pty Ltd by telephone on 02 6173 2400 or email

Traders who sold this product

Authorised Trek retailers.

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Responsible regulator

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

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