Moto Guzzi has recalled its V7 III over a fault in the brake system.
It is the first official recall notice issued by Moto Guzzi since July 2013.
The official recall notice issued through the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says part of the ABS system pipe-work may contact or rub against other parts of the engine.
Danger of brake fault
“This may lead to damage of the brake pipes and in the worst case scenario, lead to the loss of braking capability,” the notice says.
Owners are advised to contact their nearest authorised Moto Guzzi dealer and arrange a time for an inspection and the installation of a specific pipe support bracket.
A full list of authorised dealers can be found on the “Find a Dealer” page and a full list of Vehicle Identification Numbers of bikes that may have the brake fault is attached at the end of this article.