ATTN: BMW Motorcyclists! BMW Motorcycle Recall Announced
Recently, BMW recalled class 1250 motorcycles due to the tire pressure label not attached properly. According to reports, the BMW of North America recalls a total of 447 motorcycles. Is your bike included in the BMW Motorcycle Recall?
According to reports, the following model of adventure motorcycles are included in the recall:
- Model year 2021 R 1250 RT
- R 1250 R
- R 1250 RS
- R 1250 GS
- R 1250 GS
BMW confirmed that because the tire pressure labels weren’t properly attached to the motorcycle frame, it can be detached. Thus, losing the proper tire pressure information. Once this happens, the rider could improperly fill the tires which may affect motorcycle handling and control, increasing the risk of a crash.
What You Need To Do
BMW said that they will inform owners about the recall. Meanwhile, dealers will replace the tire pressure label free of charge.
The recall will start on October 12, 2020. For owners with concerns, they can call BMW customer service at (800) 525-7417.
Editor’s note on the BMW Motorcycle Recall:
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