Recent Recalls: Peloton Bikes, American Woodmark Cabinets, Blue Ridge Utility Knives

Recent Recalls: Peloton Bikes, American Woodmark Cabinets, Blue Ridge Utility Knives

Peloton is recalling about two million model PL01 exercise bikes. The bike’s seat post assembly can break during use, posing fall and injury hazards to the user.

This recall involves Peloton Bikes with model number PL01. The Peloton Bike measures 4 ft. long x 2 ft. wide, and has an adjustable seat, handlebar, and screen, which tilts up and down to accommodate different heights. The Peloton name and the model number are displayed on the inside front fork, near the flywheel.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled exercise bikes and contact Peloton for a free repair. Peloton is offering consumers a free seat post that can be self-installed.

Peloton has received 35 reports of the seat post breaking and detaching from the bike during use, including 13 reports of injuries including a fractured wrist, lacerations and bruises due to falling from the bike.

The bikes were sold by Peloton and Dick’s Sporting Goods stores nationwide and online at, and from January 2018 through May 2023 for about $1,400.

American Woodmark & Hampton Bay Kitchen Cabinets

The cabinets can detach from the wall, posing an impact hazard.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled cabinets and contact American Woodmark for a free repair kit which includes two brackets with aesthetic covers and screws. Assistance with the repair kit installation will be provided upon request.

This recall involves Continental Cabinets Kitchen Wall Cabinets with model numbers CBKW3018, CBKW3030, CBKW3036, CBKW3612, CBKW3630 and CBKW3636. The recall also involves Hampton Bay Kitchen Wall Cabinets with model numbers KW3015, KW3018, KW3030, KW3036, KW3612, KW3630 and KW3636. The model names and numbers are printed on the product packaging or purchase receipt.

The cabinets were sold in white, brown, gray and natural wood and range in size from 30 to 36 inches wide and 12 to 36 inches high. The recalled cabinets have a stamp on the back of the cabinet showing “BP300 KW1” or “BP300 KW2” and a date stamp of February 2022 through September 2022.

Because the manufacturing and date codes are not visible once a cabinet is installed, American Woodmark will supply a free repair kit for any of the recalled cabinet models purchased from February 2022 through March 2023.                        

There have been 90 reports of incidents involving 111 cabinets partially separating or detaching from the wall. No injuries have been reported.                                          

The cabinets were sold at: Ace Hardware, Allied Building Stores, Cimarron Lumber Supply, Do it Best, House Hasson Hardware, HD Supply, True Value Company, and Wurth Wood Group nationwide, and The Home Depot stores in the following states and territories: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Virgin Islands (U.S.), Vermont, Washington, DC and West Virginia and online nationwide. The cabinets were sold from February 2022 through March 2023 for between $80 and $265 depending on the cabinet model.                                                                                                          

Blue Ridge Utility Knives

Blue Ridge utility knives sold at Target are being recalled. The recalled utility knife can become unlocked and the blade can protrude only while in the original packaging, posing a laceration hazard.

This recall involves the Blue Ridge Utility Knife with a six-inch retractable blade.  Model number BR922OU is printed on the back of the package. The knife is silver in color with the Blue Ridge logo printed on it.  The packaging is blue and teal with an orange-and-white mountain logo at the top.

Consumers should immediately and carefully inspect the packaging containing the Blue Ridge Utility Knife to determine whether the blade tip is protruding through the package. Carefully remove the knife from the packaging, avoiding the blade tip, and discard the packaging. To apply the repair, secure the knife by retracting and locking the knife in the closed position. Once the knife is removed from the packaging, the knife can be used in typical fashion.

The firm has received two reports of the blade protruding in the original packaging, both resulting in laceration injuries.

The knives were sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide and online at from August 2022 through February 2023 for about $5.