Swift has recalled the straps used to fasten a bicycle bag, citing the risk of crash and fall hazards.
Bags inadequately secured by Swift’s 9-inch straps can break, according to an announcement by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), causing bags to become loose and fall off the bicycle.
Swift has recalled about 1,800 of the straps, which were sold as accessories with a variety of Swift bag models at REI and EVO stores, as well as bicycle shops.
The company has received 129 reports of the strap breaking during use.
Consumers should contact Swift for a free replacement strap.
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