Bombardier Recreational Products says handlebar stem bolts may break suddenly
July 20, 2022 | Washington, DC
Bombardier Recreational Products is warning owners of certain 2022 Can-Am Ryker motorcycles not to drive them. Bombardier is recalling more than 9,300 vehicles with a handlebar stem bolt that may break suddenly, which could lead to a loss of steering control and increase the risk of a crash.
Bombardier Recreational Products highly recommends that owners stop riding their vehicle until the recall repair is performed.
- Owners are encouraged to immediately contact their authorized BRP Can-Am On-Road dealer to schedule an appointment to have the FREE safety recall performed on their vehicle.
- The dealer will clean the threads of the steering column and install the new handlebar stem bolt.
- The repair will take less than one hour to complete.
Vehicle owners can visit NHTSA.gov/recalls and enter their vehicle identification number to see if their vehicle is under recall. NHTSA encourages everyone to download its SaferCar app to stay informed about current recalls.
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