Recall: 9,353 Can-Am Rykers Recalled over Handlebar Bolt


A recall has simply been launched affecting Can-Am’s 2022 Ryker, courtesy of a warning from dad or mum firm Bombardier Leisure Merchandise

In keeping with the U.S NHTSA, a handlebar bolt is the suspect, with a threat of crashing through lack of steering being the primary fear – and apparently, the accidents have already began accruing.

A Can Am 2022 Ryker about to be ridden. Media sourced from Can-Am.

“In paperwork filed with the company, Bombardier wrote that it had two stories of stem bolts that broke whereas the cycles had been being ridden,” states the recall. 

“There was one harm, a sprained ankle. One other 56 bolts broke whereas sellers had been making ready the bikes for supply.”

A female rider on a Can-Am Ryker. Media sourced from Can-Am .
A feminine rider on a Can-Am Ryker. Media sourced from Can-Am .

As of July 15, house owners and close by sellers have begun the recall course of; every defective machine’s steering column threads will purportedly be cleaned for set up of a brand new stem bolt by the suitable crew.

Should you personal a 2022 Ryker and aren’t certain for those who’re included within the calls being made, make sure to park your Ryker and get in touch with BRP customer support at 1-888-272-9222 (BRP’s quantity for this recall is 2022-16). 

Can-Am's 2022 Ryker range. Media sourced from Can-Am.
Can-Am’s 2022 Ryker vary. Media sourced from Can-Am.

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*Media sourced from Can-Am, and CycleWorld*


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