May 20, 2013—Forest River recalled certain 2013–2014 Cargo Mate, Coachmen, Forest River, Prime Time and Shasta RV models that were manufactured from Feb. 13, 2013, through April 18, 2013.
May 17, 2013—Heartland Recreational Vehicles recalled 2013–2014 Sundance travel trailers that were manufactured from Sept. 13, 2012, through April 30, 2013, and have model number 322RES.
May 14, 2013—Tiffin Motorhomes recalled 2013 Allegro and Breeze motor homes, because the awnings might have been installed incorrectly.
May 13, 2013—Dutchmen recalled 2013 Breckenridge RVs that were manufactured from Feb. 13, 2013, through April 9, 2013.
May 13, 2013—Triumph Motorcycles recalled 2012 Explorer and Explorer XC motorcycles because the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) data that’s listed on the certification label is wrong.
May 9, 2013—Newmar recalled 2013 Bay Star Sport, Ventana and Ventana LE and 2013–2014 Bay Star, Canyon Star and Dutch Star motor homes.
May 9, 2013—Newmar recalled 2012–2013 Canyon Star motor homes that were manufactured Aug. 4, 2011, through Feb. 19, 2013, because they might be missing rear-cap reflectors.
May 3, 2013—Winnebago recalled 2013–2014 Access, Adventurer, Aspect, Cambria, Forza, Istasca Impulse, Sightseer, Suncruiser, Sunova, Sunstar and Vista motor homes that were manufactured from Feb. 20, 2013, through April 25, 2013.
May 1, 2013—Keystone RV recalled 2013–2014 recreational vehicles that are equipped with Dometic 9100 Power Awnings or Weather Pro awnings that were manufactured from Feb. 13, 2013, through April 9, 2013.
April 29, 2013—3T Design recalled its 2013 Cervélo P-series bicycles that have Aura Pro handlebars, because the bicycle’s handlebar clamps can detach while a cyclist is riding, which might cause the cyclist to lose control.
April 26, 2013—BMW recalled its 2013 R 1200 GS motorcycles that were manufactured from Jan. 9, 2013, through Feb. 8, 2013.
April 23, 2013—Dutchmen Manufacturing recalled 2013 245RKS recreational vehicles, because the label that identifies the gross axle weight rating and the gross vehicle weight rating is wrong.
April 19, 2013—Gerbing’s recalled 12-volt heated jacket liners by Gerbing’s and Harley Davidson, because a defective wire connector can cause the jacket to overheat, which poses a burn hazard to the wearer.
April 19, 2013—Trident Diving Equipment recalled its High-Pressure Scuba Air Hose, because the diving hose that connects the regulator to the tank’s pressure gauge can leak, which poses a drowning hazard.
April 10, 2013—Battenfeld Technologies recalled Lockdown Compact and Lockdown Large handgun security vaults, because the lock can fail.
March 29, 2013—Bell Sports recalled its Bell Full Throttle bicycle helmet, because the buckle that’s on the product’s safety strap can release in an accident and allow the helmet to fall off the rider.
March 27, 2013—WRSI recalled its Whitewater kayaking and rafting helmet, because the product’s chin strap can fail, which poses a head-injury hazard to consumers.
March 22, 2013—Aqua Lung recalled models of its buoyancy compensators that have SureLock II weight pocket handles.
March 22, 2013—Magura USA recalled its MT 6 and MT 8 Hydraulic Disk bicycle brakes, because the brakes might fail in low temperatures, which poses a collision hazard to consumers.
March 21, 2013—Yuba Bicycles recalled its Mundo V4 cargo bicycle, because passengers’ feet can get caught in the rear wheel, which poses an injury hazard.