A number of bicycles and bicycling accessories have been recalled at the request of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission this year. Warmer weather in spring and summer months will result in more bicycles on roads throughout the United States, safety experts predict, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission has released a compilation of its most recent recalls of bicycles, bicycle components, and bicycle accessories in an effort to inform consumers of the potential safety risks posed by these potentially defective or malfunctioning products. Approximately 27,000 2012 Trek FX and District bicycles have been recalled recently, due to the potential that the bolt securing seat saddle clamp to the seat post might break, causing a possible fall hazard. The most recent recalls issued at the request of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission include the following products. Approximately 44,000 Chariot bicycle trailers were recalled because the hitch mechanisms may fracture, causing the trailer to become detached from the bicycle, posing an injury risk to any child riding in the trailer. Additionally 91,000 Bridgeway Bicycles were recalled due to the possibility the bicycle chain could break, causing the cyclist to lose control of the bicycle, increasing the risk that the bicycle will become involved in a collision. An estimated 10,500 Fuji Saratoga Women’s Bicycles were recalled because the bicycle’s frame may break in the downtube’s center, potentially causing the bicycle’s operator to fall and become injured.