MILWAUKEE, WI (WTAQ) - Harley-Davidson is voluntarily recalling some of its 2014 motorcycles, due to a safety concern.
The Milwaukee-based company reports a hydraulic problem in which the clutch might not disengage -- thus making it hard to slow down or stop.
The problem affects seven new models of Harley's Touring motorcycles, plus three models of its Trikes and Softail CVO's.
Owners of the affected bikes are being urged to contact their dealers for inspections. Repairs will be made for free.
A total of 29,000 bikes are being recalled.
They were made between early May and Monday of this week. More information is available at Harley-Davidson's Web site.