Harley-Davidson Recalls 2014 Touring Motorcycles

Harley-Davidson Motor Company has announced a recall of its ABS-equipped 2014 model year Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles. The recall concerns the potential that the front brake line can become pinched between the gas tank and the frame causing a front brake lock-up. The recall implicates over 66,000 baggers manufactured from July 1, 2013 to May 7, 2014, and shipped in the U.S. and over 84,000 worldwide.
While Harley-Davidson intends to contact its customers directly, I recommend that riders proactively contact a local HD dealer to get this fixed immediately.
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Alan Pickert

Alan Pickert

Alan Pickert, a longtime partner at the law firm Terrell • Hogan P.A., has been handling mesothelioma, asbestos lung cancer, auto/trucking accidents, dog attacks, bike accidents, and vaccine cases for over twenty five years in Florida. He has successfully handled over 2,000 asbestos cases and over 400 wrongful death lawsuits and he obtained one of the largest awards in the history of Vaccine Court for a child injured by the DTaP vaccine.