Advanced Sports International Recalls Bicycles Due to Fall Hazard

the top clamp of the seat post can crack

Bicycle / Advanced Sports International Recalls Bicycles Due to Fall Hazard
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September 27, 2016

Advanced Sports International is recalling approximately 3,000 model year 2017 Breezer and Fuji bicycles. The top clamp of the seat post can crack, posing a fall hazard to the user.

No injuries have been reported, to date.

The aluminum bicycles come in a variety of colors. The seatposts are silver or black. The model name is printed on the frame of the bicycle.

Recalled Fuji Models include:

  • Absolute 1.3 Disc
  • Absolute 1.7 Disc
  • Absolute 1.7 Disc ST
  • Absolute 2.1
  • Addy 27.5 1.3
  • Addy 27.5 1.5
  • Addy 27.5 1.7
  • Nevada 27.5 1.5
  • Nevada 27.5 1.7
  • Nevada 27.5 1.9
  • Traverse 1.9 ST
  • Police Special 29

Recalled Breezer models include:

  • Downtown 3 ST
  • Downtown 7+
  • Downtown 7+ ST
  • Downtown 8
  • Downtown 8 ST

Consumers should immediately stop riding the bicycles and take their bicycle to a local Breezer or Fuji Bicycles Dealer or contact Advanced Sports International for a free replacement top seat clamp.

For further information regarding this recall, consumers can contact Advanced Sports at (888) 286-6263.

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