Triumph Motorcycle Rear Brake Recall

Triumph Motorcycles America, Ltd. is recalling certain motorcycle models due to a rear brake issue. The rear brake master cylinder may fail to function correctly, leading to extended stopping distances. This poses a potential safety risk, increasing the chance of accidents.

Why It Matters

The safety of motorcycle riders is paramount. When rear brakes fail to work properly, it can result in accidents, injuries, or even fatalities. This recall ensures that affected motorcycles receive necessary repairs, reducing the risk of accidents and ensuring rider safety.

Key Points

  • Triumph Motorcycles America, Ltd. recalls several motorcycle models due to a rear brake issue.
  • The problem involves the rear brake master cylinder failing to move fluid properly, leading to extended stopping distances.
  • Affected models include 2020 Rocket 3 TFC, 2020-2024 Rocket 3 R, Rocket 3 GT, 2022 Rocket 3 GT Triple Black, and Rocket 3 R Black motorcycles.
  • Dealers will replace the rear brake master cylinder at no cost to owners.
  • Owner notification letters will be sent out on November 15, 2023.
  • Owners can contact Triumph’s customer service at 1-678-854-2010 for more information.
  • The recall identification number for this issue is SRAN 611.

Bottom Line

Motorcycle safety is a top priority, and this recall by Triumph Motorcycles America, Ltd. addresses a critical brake issue that could lead to accidents. Owners of affected motorcycles should promptly respond to the recall notification to ensure their vehicles receive necessary repairs and maintain safe riding conditions. Safety on the road is everyone’s responsibility.

Note: For more information or to report potential safety concerns, owners can contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153) or visit


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