Brembo Recalls 80,000 Front Brake Master Cylinders

After Speaking with Brembo U.S.A Representatives, it was clarified to CycleVIN L.L.C. Management that the only Master Cylinders effected by this recall are the Original Equipment one’s from the Manufacturer. No aftermarket master cylinders, such as the 19RCS, are effected by this recall. Effected Brands are as follows: Ducati, Piaggio, MV Agusta, KTM, TM Racing, Moto Morini, Aprilia, Norton & Horex. Contact your nearest Authorized Dealer to find out if…

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Yamaha to Recall 900cc Motorcycle Models

Yamaha 900cc Models Under Recall

Multiple 900cc three-cylinder motorcycle models from Yamaha are about to be recalled for a safety issue. The recall concerns the lower handlebar, which may have been improperly painted, and as a result the stud bolt threads may not have had enough thread-locking agent applied. This means that if the handlebar is struck hard enough, the paint on the handlebar holder might be damaged, which in-turn could cause there to be enough of…

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BMW Unveils New K1600B Bagger in Los Angeles

2017 BMW K1600B Bagger Motorcycle

Developed for the U.S. market, and available midway through 2017, BMW’s K1600B  made its official debut today at the Peterson Museum in Los Angeles. The new bagger model is based on the Concept 101 Bagger we reported on in May 2015. Expect the base price to be around $20k, while a fully loaded unit will retail around $25k. Highlights of the new BMW K1600B: 6-cylinder in-line engine according to EU4 regulations with…

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Aprilia Tuono & Caponord Front Brake Recall

Piaggio Aprilia Tuono V4 Caponord 1000 1100 1200 ABS Recall

Piaggio Group Americas, Inc. (Piaggio) is recalling certain model year 2014-2015 Aprilia Tuono V4 1000, 2016 Tuono V4 1100, 2015 Caponord 1200 ABS/ADD, and 2016 Caponord Rally motorcycles manufactured June 18, 2013, to June 13, 2016. The affected motorcycles have a front brake master cylinder that may allow air into the hydraulic circuit, causing a longer than expected braking distance. CONSEQUENCE: If an abnormal distance is required to stop the…

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