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Specialized issues recall of some Sirrus models because of crank arm issue

Published September 24, 2020

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Specialized Bicycle Components has notified the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission about a recall of three Sirrus bicycle models with a crank arm that can fall off.

The recall affects about 36,000 2019-2020 model year Sirrus, Sirrus X, and Sirrus Sport bicycles with alloy cranks. Consumers should stop using the bicycles immediately and contact their nearest authorized Specialized retailer for a free repair.

The recalled models:


  • Sirrus Sport (including EQ and Step-Through models).
  • Sirrus X Comp Carbon.


  • Sirrus 3.0.
  • Sirrus 4.0.
  • Sirrus X 3.0.
  • Sirrus X 4.0.
  • Sirrus X 5.0.

The bicycles were sold in 27 colors. Consumers can determine if their bicycle is part of the recall if "Sirrus" or "Sirrus X" is written on the top tube and the model name (e.g. "3.0") is written on the seatstay of the bicycle.

The bikes were sold at Authorized Specialized retailers nationwide and online from September 2018 through June 2020 for between $850 and $1,700.

There have been 56 reports of crank-arm disengagement, including seven reports of injuries. One injury involved a torn bicep tendon and the other six were minor injuries, including road rash.

CPSC recall notice: Specialized Bicycle Components Recalls Sirrus Bicycles with Alloy Cranks Due to Fall and Injury Hazards

Sirrus Sport.

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