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    Most of the recalls we cover involve four-wheeled automobiles – and most of those these days have come from General Motors, at that – but every once in a while a motorcycle recall comes across our desks that's just too substantial to ignore. This is one of those recalls.

    If you bought a new Harley-Davidson recently (specifically a Touring or Softail model), you may want to stop riding it for the time being, because the company has put out a recall notice on certain models.

    Harley-Davidson listened to its customers when it designed its Touring segment motorcycles for 2014, giving them eight new motorcycles with more power, better braking, improved ergonomics and updated styling. In what the company says is the largest-scale model launch in its 110-year history, it used a new process of obtaining and applying all sorts of customer feedback into the bikes' designs, which Harley-Davidson calls Project Rushmore.

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