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Peloton recalls clip-in pedals because of breakage concerns

Published October 16, 2020

WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — Peloton is recalling clip-in pedals equipped on some of its indoor bikes because they can break during use.

The first-generation PR70P pedals were standard on about 27,000 Peloton bikes sold between July 2013 and May 2016. The Peloton logo and "PELOTON" are molded into the body.

Consumers immediately should stop using bikes fitted with the PR70P clip-in pedals. Peloton is notifying all affected consumers directly on how to receive free replacement pedals and instructions for installation.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has received 120 consumer reports of pedals breaking, including 16 reports of leg injuries. Five of the injuries required medical care, including stitches to the lower leg.

The pedals were sold online at, through Peloton telephone sales, and from Peloton showrooms nationwide. The PR70P pedals were on Peloton bikes selling for about $2,000.

CPSC recall notice: Peloton Recalls PR70P Bike Pedals Due to Laceration Hazard.

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