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Myx Fitness LLC is recalling about 162,000 MYX I, MYX II and MYX II Plus Connected Exercise Bicycles over concerns that the pedals can loosen and/or detach when not properly tightened at installation, posing an injury hazard.
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This recall affects all MYX I, MYX II, and MYX II Plus-connected exercise bicycles, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission [1].

“Myx has received 864 reports of the pedals loosening or detaching, including 75 reports of injuries resulting in bruises and cuts,” CPSC said.

The recalled stationary bikes come in black or white colors, and measure 55 inches long x 21 inches wide x 47 inches high. They have a 21.5-inch swiveling touchscreen, pedals with clips and straps, and adjustable handlebars and seat. The word “Myx” is printed on the side of the bicycles.

Affected exercise bicycles were sold online at and from November 2019 through July 2022 for about $1,400 for the MYX I and MYX II bikes, and for about $1,600 for the MYX II Plus bike package.

If you purchased a Myx bike that is affected by this recall, you should stop using it until the pedals are properly tightened per the instructions that Myx is providing consumers via email. Consumers should contact Myx to schedule a free, in-home repair if their bike’s pedals have previously detached and have not already been repaired by Myx, CPSC said.

This recall began on November 3, 2022.

Tightening and Loosening Stationary Bike Pedals

If you’ve ever tried to put on or take off a set of stationary bike pedals, you may have been confused about not being sure which way to turn the wrench. This is understandable, as it’s not an easy thing to remember.

Right pedals loosen by turning counterclockwise and left pedals loosen by turning clockwise.

However, there is an easy way to keep things straight. When you loosen a bike pedal, turn the wrench handle when it is at the top position toward the rear of the bicycle. It doesn’t matter which side of the bike you’re working on. Turning the wrench toward the back of the bike will loosen, and turning the wrench toward the front of the bike will tighten.

This is because pedals are threaded in the opposite direction that you push them so that pedaling forward will tend to keep the pedals screwed in place. If they were threaded in the other direction, then you might end up pedaling them loose so that they could fall off while you’re riding.

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