The nh motorcycle is one of the safest on the planet.

But a federal lawsuit filed Monday seeks to shut it down, claiming it causes health risks.

The lawsuit claims the motor can cause breathing problems, seizures and even death.

The motor has a limited warranty of five years and is owned by a motorcycle shop in the New Hampshire town of Monmouth.

The suit says that after it was purchased in 2011, the shop was given a new manufacturer’s warranty and that the motor was repaired, but the repairs were done outside the warranty period and the motor did not meet the minimum standards.

The suit also claims that the repair cost was $500,000.

The company, which is located on the same property as the Monmouth shop, is owned and operated by an insurance company.

But the lawsuit claims that this was done by the shop’s former owner, Robert Ritchie.

Ritchie was also the owner of the Monsworth Motorcycle Club and the local motorcycle club, according to the lawsuit.

According to the suit, Ritchie, who was never registered with the NHTSA, sold the nhs motor in 2012.

Ritchie and the club never received any insurance coverage, the lawsuit says.

The motorcycle is used by local authorities to transport police, firefighters, and other emergency personnel, the suit alleges.

It was purchased at a discount in 2013.

A representative for Ritchie said the shop is not a registered dealer.

“We are confident that this claim will be dismissed as frivolous,” the representative said.

Ricardo Salinas, the president of the American Association of Motorcycle Dealers and Traders, told ABC News that the n h motor is a “high-quality product” and the nhh motor is “of very high quality” that has been around for years.

Salinas said there are safety features like “low-speed braking” and “automatic gear up and down” that reduce the risk of injury and death.