KTM Recalls Motorcycles That Pose Crash Risks to Riders

Post On 05-30-2013

According to a recent recall statement issued primarily by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, multiple motorcycles manufactured by KTM North America are being recalled over a possible issue with throttle cables that could malfunction unexpectedly.

The federal agency has stated that these vehicles come with cables that may fail while the motorcycle is in use, increasing the risk of a potential loss of throttle, which could pose a serious risk to riders. About 7,000 units of these motorcycles are affected by this recall.

Consumers should either contact the company right away or visit an authorized dealer. The repair and replacement of cables should be carried out entirely for free.

If you have any questions or concerns related to these vehicles, follow this link to read the full article.