MILWAUKEE (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 3 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.