BS EN ISO 8098:2014 - Cycles. Safety requirements for bicycles for young children

BS EN ISO 8098:2014

Cycles. Safety requirements for bicycles for young children

Status : Current   Published : June 2014



This International Standard specifies safety and performance requirements and test methods for the design, assembly and testing of fully assembled bicycles and sub-assemblies for young children. It also provides guidelines for instructions on the use and care of the bicycles.

This International Standard is applicable to bicycles with a maximum saddle height of more than 435 mm and less than 635 mm, propelled by a transmitted drive to the rear wheel.

It is not applicable to special bicycles intended for performing stunts (e.g. BMX bicycles).

Standard NumberBS EN ISO 8098:2014
TitleCycles. Safety requirements for bicycles for young children
Publication Date30 June 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 1101, ISO 5775-1, ISO 5775-2, ISO 6742-2, ISO 11243
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 8124, ISO 3452-1, ISO 3452-2, ISO 3452-3, ISO 3452-4, ISO 8124-3, ASTM E467
ReplacesBS EN 14765:2005+A1:2008
International RelationshipsEN ISO 8098:2014,ISO 8098:2014
Amended ByCorrigendum, August 2014.
Draft Superseded By12/30245241 DC
DescriptorsCycles, Children, Equipment safety, Performance, Design, Cycle and motorcycle components, Performance testing, Instructions for use, Maintenance, Safety measures, Dimensions, Brakes, Braking system components, Cycle frames, Cycle forks, Cycle pedals, Handlebars, Vehicle reflectors, Mechanical testing, Marking
Title in FrenchCycles. Exigences de sécurité relatives aux bicyclettes pour jeunes enfants
Title in GermanFahrräder. Sicherheitstechnische Anforderungen an Kinderfahrräder
ISBN978 0 580 87522 9
File Size2.254 MB

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