Follow the latest news on motorcycle crashes, recalls, and safety legislation

Unfortunately, motorcycle crashes are often the first sign of a larger problem. We closely follow accident reports across the country to look for trends and possible defects that could lead to recalls. We also keep an eye on new rules and regulations that impact motorcycle drivers and keep them safer on the road.

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Drive Train Defect Prompts Recall of 3,000 Suzuki Motorcycles

on February 6, 2018

Suzuki is recalling 3,097 late-model motorcycles because of a defect in the drive train that could cause the bike’s chain to stretch or break. Affected are the following 2017-2018 models: GSX-R1000 GSX-R1000A GSX-R1000RA GSX-R1000RZA Suzuki said when upshifting between first … CONTINUE READING

Aprilia, Tuono Motorcycle Recall Sparked by Brake Cylinder Defect

on February 1, 2018

Piaggio is recalling nearly 2,000 Aprilia RSV4 motorcycles made from 2016-2017, and Tuono motorcycles made in 2017 because the Brembo front brake cylinder may fail, increasing the risk of crash. Dealers will replace the front brake master cylinder piston free … CONTINUE READING

Defective Harness Prompts Indian to Recall More than 7,000 Roadmasters

on January 30, 2018

Indian Motorcycle Company is recalling 7,392 of its 2015-2017 Roadmaster motorcycles over a defect that allows water to enter the trunk wiring harness. The presence of water could cause the brake light to remain illuminated even when the brakes are … CONTINUE READING