On Sept. 7, 2023, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Pirelli Tire’s bicycle tires due to fall hazards.
According to the CPSC, the tire bead, which is the edge of the tire that fits into the rim, can loosen from the tire rim and lead to rapid air loss in the tires. Rapid air loss in the tires can lead to a loss of control and falling, which could result in injuries.
Around 14,500 units have been recalled.
What models of Pirelli’s bike tires have been recalled?
The Pirelli bike tire recall includes specific models of Pirelli P ZERO Race TLR bicycle tires in sizes 28-622. The bike tires come in black with yellow, white, red, or gold branding on them.
Model names, numbers, tire ID and production date codes are located on the bike tire sidewalls.
More information about the bike tire recall is available on the CPSC website.
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using the bikes included in the recall.
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