Harley-Davidson is recalling 29,000 motorcycles over a clutch problem.
It includes more than 25,000 touring motorcycles and nearly four-thousand softail CVO's and trikes built between May 3rd and October 14th.
The company says the hydraulic clutch problem could make it difficult for riders to slow or stop — and could cause an accident.
Riders are urged to stay off their bikes until they can be inspected by an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer.
The voluntary recall was issued while the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration was closed because of the government shutdown.