|Updated: 10/19/2013 4:45 pm
||Published: 10/18/2013 10:22 pm
Harley Davidson is recalling more than 29,000 of its newest motorcycles.
The company says problems with the "hydraulic clutch system" could make it difficult for riders to slow or stop.
Route 66 Harley Davidson is the fifth largest new bike-selling company in the country.
Fox23 spoke to sales manager Jody Collins, and he doesn't seem concerned.
"It's not really a big thing. Haven't seen one issue with this," Collins says.
Another employee shared the same views.
Patrick Jennings says, "It doesn't seem to be that big of a deal, its just a problem with the clutch as far as I know."
Although they aren't worried about the problem, they are still encouraging people to come in to replace the part.
"Rather than bring it in to get checked out, just bring it in to be replaced," Collins says.
Collins says he's worried about people being discouraged to buy a harley, but his employees don't think so.
"They are Harley Davidson, they will do their job," Jennings says.
The store is positive the problem will be fixed quickly.
Fox23 has learned the parts for the bikes will be shipped Monday, and you can call to make an appointment.
People are encouraged to stay off their bikes until the part can be fixed.