The bicycle’s fork steerer tube can break, causing the rider to lose control, fall and suffer injuries.
This recall involves the following bicycles:
2017 Masi Evoluzione Dura Ace (gloss UD carbon/blue/red)
2017 Masi Evoluzione Ultegra (gloss white/blue/red)
2017 Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Di2 (gloss black/charcoal/white)
2017 Masi Evoluzione 105 (gloss black/blue)
2017 Masi Gran Corsa (gloss black/blue/red)
2018 Masi Evoluzione Dura Ace (gloss TeXtreme carbon/solar chrome)
2018 Masi Evoluzione Ultegra (gloss grey/red-orange (Roarange))
2018 Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Di2 (gloss TeXtreme carbon/cyan)
2018 Masi Evoluzione 105 (gloss Limpet blue/black)
2018 Masi Gran Corsa (brushed alloy/black)
2019 Masi Evoluzione Dura Ace Disc (chrome/black)
2019 Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Disc (teal/fluorescent fade/carbon)
2019 Masi Evoluzione 105 Disc (satin black/gloss red)
2019 Masi Gran Corsa SL (brushed alloy/black)
2020 Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Disc (Antracite/copper)
2020 Masi Evoluzione 105 Disc (matte TeXtreme/gloss black)
2020 Masi Gran Corsa SL (brushed alloy/black)
The bicycles have carbon frames with carbon fiber forks and carbon steer tubes. The Masi logo is on the frame and forks. The model name is printed on the frame, on the front portion of the top tube.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycles and contact their local Haro Bicycles dealer for a free inspection, and repair or replacement of the fork and compression plug.
The firm has received five reports of the bicycle forks breaking, including three reports of minor injuries including bumps, bruises and scrapes.
Haro Bicycles, of Vista, Calif.
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risk of injury or death associated with the use of thousands of types of consumer products. Deaths, injuries, and property damage from consumer product-related incidents cost the nation more than $1 trillion annually. CPSC's work to ensure the safety of consumer products has contributed to a decline in the rate of injuries associated with consumer products over the past 50 years.
Federal law prohibits any person from selling products subject to a Commission ordered recall or a voluntary recall undertaken in consultation with the CPSC.