Polaris Industries, Inc. is recalling all 2015-2018 Polaris Slingshot "autocycles" due to seat issues. Polaris says that 24,235 units are affected.
A University of Wisconsin School study has debunked the myth of neck injury due to motorcycle helmets. Riders in crashes who were not wearing helmets suffered cervical spine injuries at a rate twice that of riders who were wearing a helmet.
Kawasaki has recalled 3,964 of its 2016-2018 ZX-10R and ZX-10RR (ZX1000R, ZX1000S, and ZX1000Z) motorcycles due to possible transmission issues.
Triumph Motorcycles America, LTD, has recalled 2,824 of certain 2016-2018 Thruxton and Thruxton R motorcycles due stalling problems.
Harley-Davidson has recalled 174,636 of its 2008-2011 Touring, CVO Touring and VSRC (V-Rod) motorcycles equipped with ABS due to possible brake failure.
KTM is yet another manufacturer involved in the huge Brembo front brake recall, and the Austrian company has recalled 2,361 of its Super Duke motorcycles.
Indian Motorcycle Company is recalling 7,392 of its 2015-2017 Roadmaster motorcycles due to wiring issues that cause the brake lights to stay on.
Another motorcycle manufacturer, MV Agusta, has been forced to issue a recall due to Brembo front brake master cylinder pistons that may fail.
Ducati has recalled 8,000 of various 2015-2018 models, including the 1299, Monster 1200, Multistrada, Panigale R, XDaviel S and Scrambler motorcycles.
Piaggio Group Americas has recalled 1,856 of 2016-2017 Aprilia RSV4 motorcycles and 2017 Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 motorcycles due to possible brake failure.
Honda is recalling certain-model 2017 Honda VT1300CX Fury and 2010 and 2016 Honda VT1300CX Fury motorcycles due to fuel-tank issues.
Kawasaki has recalled 9,914 of its 2017-2018 Z125 PRO & PRO KRT Edition motorcycles due to possible engine stalling.
MV Agusta USA has recalled to 45 of its 2017 Brutale 800 Dragster RR sport naked motorcycles due to issues with the rear wheel.
Kawasaki USA has recalled 2,383 of certain 2017-2018 Z900 motorcycles due to rear shock absorber issues.
Bell Helmets has released a video discussing the aftermath of Superbike/Superstock racer Hayden Gillim’s shocking crash during the 2017 MotoAmerica.