INDIANAPOLIS (WXIN) — As spring gets closer, parents are being urged to be aware of a recall impacting bike helmets before their children get hurt.

On Thursday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) posted a recall notice for Ouwoer Kids Bike Helmets, which were sold exclusively on from March 2022 through November 2022.

The bike helmets, which are red with black straps and a black buckle, were also marketed to skateboarders and roller skaters. The label has the production date 202201.

Recalled Ouwoer Kids Bike Helmet (Photo: CPSC)

While the label also states that the helmets comply with CPSC safety standards for bicycle helmets, the recall notice states otherwise.

The CPSC notice says in the event of a crash, the helmets can fail to protect a child from a head injury because they “do not comply with the positional stability and impact attenuation requirements” of federal safety standards for bicycle helmets.

No injuries have been reported so far.

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The CPSC says the helmets should be destroyed and the straps cut off. Then an email with a photo of the destroyed helmet should be sent to for a full refund.

Anyone with questions can call Ouwoer Direct collect at 213-583-9060 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or by email at