Harley recalls nearly 175K bikes in U.S. because brakes can fail
Harley-Davidson is recalling several hundred thousand motorcycles because the brakes might fail.
The voluntary recall, which last week Harley said would cost it $29.4 million, covers CVO Touring and VSRC bikes — model years 2008 through 2011 — equipped with anti-lock brakes.
Worldwide it includes more than 251,000 motorcycles, with nearly 175,000 of those bikes sold in the U.S.
In July 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began investigating problems with the brakes after getting 43 complaints, including reports of three crashes and two injuries.