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Scott Sports Issues Voluntary Recall of Speedster Road and Gravel bikes

Scott Recall of Speedster 40Photo. c. Scott Sports
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In cooperation with national recall authorities, SCOTT Sports is doing a voluntary recall of the Speedster Road and Gravel Bikes. The total amount of bikes being recalled is approximately 2000 of the Speedster Road and Gravel bikes from the 2022 collection. SCOTT is conducting this recall due to the in-house finding that the steerer tube/fork bridge can break, creating a possible fall hazard.

Photo c. Scott Sports. Speedster Gravel 50, one of the many bikes being recalled.

To date, there have been zero accidents or injuries reported as a result of the possible breakage. There have also been no reports of failure in the markets on the 2022 Speedster Road or Gravel bikes.

Specific Models Recalled

The recall affects SCOTT Speedster 40, Speedster 50, Speedster Gravel 40 EQ, Speedster Gravel 50 and Contessa Speedster 35 EQ bikes from the 2022 collection.

These bikes have been sold in retail and online stores during 2022 in Europe, Asia, and South America. The recall does not affect bikes sold in the US and Australian Markets.

What to Do

Consumers in possession of a recalled SCOTT Speedster bike are requested to immediately stop riding the bicycle and take it to an authorized SCOTT dealer where a new fork will be installed at no cost.

Further information regarding affected bikes can be found at scott-sports.com


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1 year ago

If possible, could you possibly remove the all the ‘possible’s from this article, because with very little possibility of me being wrong, they are out-of-f*kin-place!

1 year ago
Reply to  Destroyer666

yeah dude, two whole instances. unacceptable!

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