In accordance with the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, Specialized posts the following safety and recall notices. If you ever have any questions or concerns about your Specialized bicycle or equipment, please contact your Specialized Retailer.
Thank you for being a Specialized customer. We have been working on a safety improvement that needs to be made to your current Venge ViAS. Specialized has received isolated reports from the field of the rear wheel coming out of the rear dropouts, which can cause fractures in the rear triangle. Please read Specialized’s notice below.
Your safety is of the upmost importance to Specialized and your retailer partner At this time please stop riding your Venge ViAS Rim. We ask that you bring your bike to our shop so we can install the replacement rear derailleur hanger. This will be of no cost to you.
If you have any questions, please email:
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