A number of model year 2000 through 2015 Trek bicycles were made with a quick-release lever that opens past 180°. If the quick release is improperly adjusted or left open, the quick release lever can become caught in the front wheel disc. If this happens, the front wheel could separate or come to a sudden stop and the rider could lose control of the bicycle.
This recall affects disc-brake equipped bikes only.
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Corner With Care – It’s a good idea to use care entering corners, especially unfamiliar ones. Cars tend to push gravel to the edge of the road, right where you’re riding, so slow down before the corner and watch for debris. If you bring too much speed into a turn, don’t slam on the brakes because you might skid a tire and lose control. Instead, gradually apply the brakes. To gain control, turn your head and look to the inside of the corner, which will help you remain on your side of the road. You tend to head towards where you look so if you can turn and see the inside of the corner, you’ll find that you won’t ride out of it.