The recalled forks have a date code on the steer tubes:
TCR Team and TCR 0 Giant Bicycles--Year: 00, and month: 8, 9, 10, 11 (on label on steerer tube) TCR 1, TCR 2 and OCR 1 Giant Bicycles and Framesets, and TCR 0 Giant Framesets--Begins with “0H,” “0J,” “0K,” or “0L” (embossed on steerer tube) “Giant” and the model name are written on the bicycles and framesets. Giant Authorized Dealers sold the recalled forks on framesets and bicycles from September 2000 through April 2001. The framesets sold for between $500 and $1000, and the bicycles sold for between $1000 and $4,500. PROBLEM: The forks can break during use causing the rider to lose control of the bicycle, fall and suffer serious injuries. INCIDENTS/INJURIES: Giant Bicycle, Inc. has received two reports of the forks on these bicycles breaking resulting in one minor injury. WHAT TO DO: Consumers should stop using these bicycles immediately, and return them to the nearest Giant Authorized Dealer for a free inspection, and, if necessary, repair. To determine if the bicycle fork is part of this recall and for more information, call Giant Bicycle, Inc. at (800) USGIANT (874-4268) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday.