Hier der wortwörtliche Rückruf:
„Dear Öhlins RXF Air fork rider
At Öhlins, safety is our primary concern, and when safety is compromised for the rider, we need to take action.
Based upon reports from the field, we’ve concluded the Öhlins RXF 36 29/27.5 Air forks and all RXF 34 Air forks sold to aftermarket and spec’d as original equipment on the 2017 Stumpjumper, Enduro, and Fuse, and the 2018 Stumpjumper, Enduro, Levo, may contain a defect in the top cap which potentially affects safety. Specifically, the right-side top cap on some forks may not be adequately torqued which in some cases may lead to the top cap working itself free through riding. When this happens, the air cartridge may abruptly spring out of the stanchion tube causing a risk of injury to the rider. Therefore, we’ve decided to ask riders to stop riding, and our dealers to stop selling, affected forks and bicycles.
We are working urgently in partnership with Specialized on a remedy to this issue. Once we have obtained the necessary government approvals on our solution, we will issue a recall to fix the forks and get you back riding. As we progress with our recall strategy and approvals this site will be continuously updated.
Please note that other Öhlins forks such as RXF 36 Coil forks are unaffected by this notice.
We wish to apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
For further information please contact your dealer, origin of purchase, primary.
Thanks for riding Öhlins suspension.
General Manager MTB
Öhlins Racing AB”