Even the most modern of cutting-edge motorcycle technology can face a recall, and in the case of Zero Motorcycles, it’s down to the electric bike’s Anti-Lock Brake System.
Certain Triumph owners who have gone the route of heated grips may face unwanted consequences according to the latest NHTSA recall.
Sometimes motorcycle technology isn’t necessarily cutting edge, rather another thing to go wrong. This is seen in the latest recall issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for malfunctioning airbags on two Honda motorcycle models.
It may be fun and take riders back to a more innocent time of riding, but Ducati’s Scrambler is also starting the New Year with a recall.
A range of Indian model motorcycles are the subject of a recall issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Even as it promoted its three-wheeled roadster at a popular trade show, Polaris weathered the release of multiple recalls for its Slingshot.
It’s the small things that can cause big problems. Case in point BMW’s recall of certain R nine T motorcycles because of partially obscured lights.
It appears, even the most modern motorcycle technologies are subject to the old-fashion practice of a recall. Zero Motorcycles has issued such a recall for some 2015 models.
A range of riders might want to pay attention to the following recall safety notices issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association which currently include motorcycle manufacturers Yamaha and Kawasaki.
Harley-Davidson owners who bought one of the motorcycle manufacturer’s early Anti-lock braking systems and riders using certain EVOS Full Face Modular Helmets should definitely read this article.