Miniature motorbikes (also known as 'mini bikes' or 'pocket bikes') – a vehicle which resembles a motorcycle but scaled down to about half the size, that is designed to be used by a single person, has a seat height no greater than 600 millimetres and has major dimensions which are scaled down in proportion to the seat height.; - Other (HS 871190)
Consumer Goods (Miniature Motorbikes) Safety Standard 2019 (12 page(s), in English)
A regulation banning miniature motorbikes with unsafe design features was introduced in Australia in 2011 (Consumer Protection Notice No 24 of 2011). This has now been replaced with the Consumer Goods (Miniature Motorbikes) Safety Standard 2019. The safety standard maintains the requirements of the Consumer Protection Notice for the design, performance and construction of miniature motorbikes, provides additional clarity with a new definition of a 'miniature motorbike' consistent with the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 (Cth) and introduces new requirements including a speed limiting device, warnings and user instructions.