The brakes on the snow bike can fail after the conversion kit has been installed, posing a crash hazard to the user.
Camso toll-free at 877-866-2275 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at yetisnowmx.ca and click on “news” and then “press room” for more information.
This recall involves Yeti Snow MX kits used to convert dirt bike motorcycles into snow bikes for use in snow. The kit allows the replacement of the front wheel of a motorbike with a ski and rear suspension and wheels with a track system, and the addition of appropriate brakes with other components. The Yeti Snow MX kits have a serial number starting with YE3XXXX or 964XXXX located under the unit. The Yeti logo is printed on the side of the product. The model names and numbers of the kits are as follows:
Model Year 2018:
Yeti SnowMx 120 Sport SS
Yeti SnowMx 129 Freeride SS
Yeti SnowMx 120 Sport
Yeti SnowMx 129 Freeride
Yeti SnowMx 137 Mountain lite
Model Year 2019:
Yeti SnowMx 120SS
Yeti SnowMx 129SS
Yeti SnowMx 129FR
Yeti SnowMx 137MT
Model Year 2020:
Yeti SnowMx 120SS
Consumers should immediately stop using snow bikes with the recalled conversion kits and contact an authorized Yeti SnowMX dealer to make an appointment for a free repair.
Camso has received 12 incidents of the brakes failing. No injuries have been reported.
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