Owners of Mirza Miniature road and dirt style motorcycles with model numbers SKD-PB06 and SKD-MD02 should immediately stop using the bike, according to advice from the ACCC.
The braking system on the two Mirza models fails to meet Australian Consumer Standards.
A recall notice has been issued by the ACCC for the Mirza SKD-PB06 and SKD-MD02 that advises that the “minibikes” do not comply with the requirements set out in Consumer Protection Notice No. 24 of 2011.
There is a permanent ban on miniature motorbikes with unsafe design features.
Non-conformities in the braking system may result in loss of control at speed, possibly causing serious injury or death.
Affected motorcycles were sold in Victoria by DOMEIT PTY LTD and the ACCC says consumers should immediately stop using the “minibikes” and contact Domeit Pty Ltd to receive a full refund of the purchase price.