(Washington, D.C.) -- Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 180-thousand new and nearly new motorcycles.
Harley announced yesterday it's recalling 178-thousand bikes because of a clutch problem that can cause the bike to get stuck in gear. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says when that happens, riders can lose control and there's more risk of a crash. The recall covers 26 models from the 2017 and 2018 model years. The government says Harley will notify owners so they can bring their bikes to dealers, who will fix the problem at no charge.
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