Polaris recalled the Timbersled snow bike conversion kit due to brake failure, posing a crash hazard. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) posted the recall notice on Feb. 23, 2023.
Why were the snow bike kits recalled?
According to the CPSC, the company received seven reports of loose fasteners. The QuickDrive fastener on the snow bike conversion kits can loosen while operating, leading to brake failure and a crash.
Around 780 units were included in this recall.
What are the recalled Polaris products?
The recall includes Model Year 2023 Timbersled ARO and RIOT Pro snow bike conversion kit. The kits come in black, blue, orange, red and white colors.
The CPSC advises consumers immediately stop using these recalled snow vehicle kits.
Other Polaris Recalls:
- Polaris MATRYX RMK KHAOS & Pro Snowmobile Recall
- Polaris RZR (Razor) Off-Road Vehicle Recall
- Polaris All-Terrain Vehicles Recall
- Polaris Off-Road Vehicle Recall
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