I just received a big Manilla envelope with recall info from MX1 Canada.
They spent some time putting these packages together by hand. Very professional.
Basically, contact MX1 to get the tire replaced.
The same press release from Mitas is included. The only additional info is that 1752 tires were produced during that time frame, 448 were quarantined in the first day of the recall, and they have received 2 reports of "Sudden loss of air pressure".
"After testing, Mitas reccognised that there is a potential for sudden loss of air pressure and has taken pre-emptive action without delay to ensure drive safety."
"Mitas requests the motorcyclist not to ride on the tyres
"All reasonable cost related to the replacement of the tyres will be covered by Mitas."
I haven't contacted MX1 Canada yet, but so far I'm impressed with the speed and professionalism of both Mitas and MX1 Canada.