Honda’s notice says the reflex reflector may not comply with the Australian Design Rule (ADR) 47 for reflection luminosity.
“If the reflector has insufficient luminosity, affected motorcycles may be less visible to drivers of other vehicles, which could increase the risk of an accident causing injury or death of the rider and/or other road users,” the notice says.
Models affected are:
2019 GROM(L) Z125M (pictured top of page)
2019-21 CB500X, CB650R, CBR500R and CBR650R
2020 C125AL, CRF250L-LA and CRF250R (Rally)
2021 CB500F and CMX500A2
The BMW S 1000 RR notice says the screw plug in the rocker arm was not sufficiently tightened during manufacturing.
“As a result, oil may leak from the affected bolting points,” the notice says.
“An oil leak may affect the rear tyre. If this occurs it will result in a reduction in traction for the wheel and increase the risk of an accident resulting in injury or death to the rider and/or passenger or other road users.”
Owners of affected bikes should contact their dealer and arrange for a free inspection and repair if needed.