Harley Davidson Issues Recall of 66,000 Bikes

Harley Davidson has announced a recall of more than 66,000 ABS brake equipped touring bikes. These are for the 2014 model year. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the recall was issued because the front brake line might be pinched between the fuel tank and the bike frame. This could potentially cause the front wheel to lock up as the pressure on the brake line increases.

I don't need to explain to you what happens to your motorcycle if the front wheel locks up while you're riding. Harley Davidson is now contacting owners of affected motorcycles. Harley dealers will fix your bike for free.

If you have moved, and the Harley dealer or Harley Davidson can not reach you, you need to be aware of this problem and contact your dealer or Harley Davidson. The phone number at Harley Davidson is 1-800-258-2464.