Peloton Is Recalling Pedals on 27,000 Bikes Due to Injuries

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If you bought a Peloton Bike between July 2013 and May 2016, you might want to check the clip-in pedals. Peloton is currently recalling the out-of-warranty PR70P pedals as they can unexpectedly break while you’re getting your sweat on—possibly resulting in injuries.

Peloton announced the recall on its website, though it’s a bit buried in its support section, which was initially spotted by Business Insider. The company notes that if you’ve never replaced the pedals, and bought it during the aforementioned time frame, you might still have the faulty pedals. The PR70P pedals in question can be identified by looking for the Peloton logo and the word “PELOTON” molded into the body, with the orange logo and “PELOTON” in white lettering on the top of the cleat binding, as you can see in this photo. The orange logo is

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