Stile Products Expands Recall of Tern Folding Bicycles
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Name of Product:
Tern folding bicycles
The bike’s frame can crack at the hinge on the top tube, posing a fall hazard.
April 26, 2016
About 220 (in addition, about 175 were recalled
in June 2013)
This recall involves Eclipse S11i and Verge S11i, X10, X20 and X30h models of Tern brand folding bikes. The 24-inch wheel Eclipse model was sold in a silver/black color combination. The 20-inch wheel Verge models were sold in silver/black, orange/white, red/black and yellow/grey color combinations. “Tern” is printed on the front end of the top tube and on portion of the frame. The model name is printed on the middle of the top tube. The frame has a 10-character alphanumeric serial number that begins with AM1A or from AM1102 through AM1208. The serial number is stamped on the bottom bracket shell of the bike.
Consumers should immediately stop riding the bicycle and contact Stile Products or take the bike to an authorized dealer. Consumers will receive a free frame and have it installed at no cost.
Stile Products has received four reports of incidents of the frame hinge cracking, resulting in minor scrapes, bruises and one sprained shoulder.
Authorized Stile/Tern dealers nationwide from January 2012 to April 2016 for between $1,800 and $3,000.
Alu Maga Industrial Co., Ltd., of Taiwan
Stile Products, Inc., of Lakewood, Calif.
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