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April 3, 2019

The BIA has been working extensively to review a number of international standards.

 

Although many of these standards do not immediately affect us, as we work towards Australian adoption of international standards, we have to ensure these are appropriate. 


Standards under review include;

Cycles -- Safety requirements for bicycles --

ISO - 4210 - 1 Part 1: Terms and definitions

ISO - 4210 - 2 Part 2: Requirements for city and trekking, young adult, mountain and racing bikes

ISO - 4210 - 3 Part 3: Common test methods

ISO - 4210 - 4 Part 4: Braking test methods

ISO - 4210 - 5 Part 5: Steering test methods

ISO - 4210 - 6 Part 6: Frame and fork test methods

ISO - 4210 - 7 Part 7: Wheels and rims test methods

ISO - 4210 - 8 Part 8: Pedal and drive system test methods

ISO - 4210 - 9 Part 9: Saddles and seat-post test methods

ISO - 4210 -10 Part 10: Safety requirements for electrically power assisted cycles (EPACs

 

ISO - 6692 Cycles -- Markings of cycle components

 

ISO - 8098 Cycles -- Safety requirements for bicycles for young children

 

ISO - 8090 Cycles -- Terminology

 

ISO - 11243 Cycles -- Luggage carriers for bicycles -- Requirements and test methods

 

Please contact the BIA for further information on these or other standards

 

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