Reynolds 2007 UL Fork Recall

Reynolds, in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, has voluntarily issued a safety recall notice for their 2007 UL Fork (photo). Reynolds has learned of an error in the assembly process of these forks, which may allow the aluminum fork tips to separate from the fork blades (legs), causing the wheel to come loose from the fork while riding. Fortunately, there have been no injuries reported due to this issue.

If you are riding on one of these forks you should stop riding immediately and bring it to us to handle any and all recall issues. Keep reading to find out if your Reynolds fork is involved in this recall.

This recall applies to Reynolds UL Forks sold separately and on frame/bicycle kits (see below) between October 2006 and May 2007, and only those with serial numbers from 09100 to 10404 and rakes (offsets) of 43 or 50mm. We can help you determine if your fork is involved in this recall by removing it from the frame to inspect the serial number.
The Reynolds UL Fork
Reynolds UL Fork
If you own one of the recalled Reynolds UL Forks, either having purchased it individually or as part of a frame kit from one of the manufacturers listed below, stop riding and immediately bring it to us to handle any and all recall issues. You may contact us for details and to set up an appointment. For more info, please view the Reynolds UL Fork recall site or, contact Reynolds.

Brands that use the Reynolds UL Fork on their post-2006 frame kits


Independent Fabrications





Rock Lobster

Strong Frames

Vicious Cycles