Bell Sports Bell Soquel Youth Bike Helmet Recall Lawsuit

The CPSC recalled Bell Sports’ Bell Soquel youth bike helmets due to violating federal safety standards. Johnson//Becker lawyers are currently accepting new defective bike helmet lawsuits. Learn more below.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Bell Sports’ Bell Soquel youth bike helmets due to violating federal safety regulations for bicycle helmets. The recall was posted on Feb. 15, 2024.

According to the CPSC, the bike helmet strap can dislodge upon impact, causing the helmet to fail to protect the user’s head in an accident.

Around 2,425 helmets were included in the recall.

The recall affects Bell Soquel youth bike helmets manufactured before September 2021. Recalled bike helmets have the following corresponding SKU numbers:

Bell Soquel Youth

  • 7094740
  • 7094741
  • 7107133
  • 7107134
  • 7097932
  • 7097933
  • 7097934

For more detailed information on the bike helmet recall, consult the CPSC official recall notice.

The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled bike helmets immediately and to destroy the product properly by cutting the straps.

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