HARLEY-DAVIDSON ANNOUNCE RECALL
November 23 2005.
Harley-Davidson has issued a voluntary safety recall in the USA on 2006 model year Dyna series motorcycles built between June 9 and October 19, 2005. Approximately 13,400 motorcycles are included in the recall. The transmissions in the affected motorcycles have a defect which under certain circumstances may allow them to go into a false neutral position even though the neutral indicator light is illuminated.
The Company estimates that the costs associated with this voluntary recall will be less than $5.0 million and it will reserve these costs in the fourth quarter of this year. The Company also expects to meet its previously- announced wholesale shipment target for 2005.
Motorcycle Trader is awaiting information on the UK situation from Harley-Davidson UK and will update this story when more information becomes available.

Source: Harley-Davidson Motor Company