Your Thursday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

February 23, 2017

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Sunderland wins Tour de Langkawi opener; Geniez wins second stage at Tour de la Provence, Dennis in lead; Nocentini wins Volta ao Alentejo, stage 1; UK Sport accuses British Cycling of lack of transparency; Armstrong responds to lawsuit setback; ORICA-Scott reveal Grand Tour strategy; Nationale Sluitingsprijs race gets new life; CyclingTips Podcast, Episode 27: What lurks beneath carbon fiber’s mysterious surface?; Look recalls some Aerostem clamps; Witnesses allege drunk driver who killed cyclist lied to get lighter sentence; Female cyclist gets revenge on harassing driver; Highlights from Cali Track World Cup; Video: Lotto-Soudal pit stop; Video: Dog vs. peloton; Yowamushi Pedals movie.

Look recalls some Aerostem clamps

by CyclingTips

Look is voluntarily recalling some Aerostems following a few cases of corrosion in the clamp’s fibre that could lead to its cracking.

The company said the clamps were marketing on the Aerolight and Light 695 frames from the 2014 range and the 795 from the 2015 range. Clamps with no identification number or with the number 380706 are affected. Clamps with any other number are not part of the recall.

Owners of bikes with these clamps are advised to stop riding it and to bring it to a local Look dealer for a free replacement.

The company has also reported the issue to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission and to Health Canada, with announcements from those agencies to follow.

Click through to read more at Look.