1,400 SCOTT Bicycles Recalled for Falling Hazard
SCOTT has recalled approximately 1,400 bicycles due to possibilities that the bicycle’s seats post can break, causing a falling hazard to the rider.
About the SCOTT Bicycle Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), SCOTT bicycles with SYNRCOS seat posts have been recalled.
The seat posts have a potential to break, creating a falling hazard for riders. It is advised that riders stop using the recalled products immediately and return them to an authorized SCOTT dealer to have a free replacement seat post installed.
There have been 11 incidents of seat posts breaking outside of the U.S. No injuries have been reported.
Description of the Recalled Bicycles
- These seat posts were sold at authorized SCOTT dealers’ in-store and online from June 2015 to March 2016 for $3,300 to $9,700.
- “SCOTT” is printed on the bicycle down tube and “SYNCROS” is printed on the seat post. Products were imported and distributed through Salt Lake City, Utah and manufactured in Taiwan.
- Bicycle models recalled include: Addict CX 10 disc, Addict SL, Addict Team Issue, Addict 10, Addict 15, Addict 20, Addict Gravel disc, Solace Premium disc, Solace 10 disc, Frame set Addict 10 (HMF), Frame set Addict CX 10 disc (HMX) mech / Di2 and Seatpost Syncros FL1.0 Carbon Offset 27.2mm.