Mighty Ape Australia Pty Ltd — RoyalBaby Children's Bicycles

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Identifying features

RB18B-6, RB18-23, RB18G-4, RB18G-3, RB18-17, RB20B-6, RB20G-4

What are the defects?

The products do not comply with the requirements of the mandatory standard 'Trade Practices Act 1974 - Consumer Protection Notice No.6 of 2004 - Consumer Product Safety Standard: Pedal Bicycles: Safety Requirements.'

The bicycles may have the handlebar brakes installed on the incorrect sides. The bicycles are not marked with a New Zealand or Australian importer address. The bicycles' wheel reflectors are not the correct colour.

What are the hazards?

There is an increased risk of an injury to the rider.

What should consumers do?

Mighty Ape Australia will contact consumers via email to arrange for a repair kit for the reflectors and importer details to be sent out.
Consumers should check the arrangement of the handlebar brakes. The front brake should be on the right side and the back brake on the left side. If the brakes are the wrong way around, Mighty Ape will arrange for a qualified technician to repair the bicycle, free of charge.

For more information or to arrange for repair, consumers can contact Mighty Ape Australia by email at orders@mightyape.com.au, via the website contact form or web chat, or via Facebook or Instagram.

Traders who sold this product

Sold by Mighty Ape through online sales platforms, including:
Mighty Ape Australia

Where the product was sold
Dates available for sale
  • 14 September 2018 - 6 December 2019

Recall advertisements and supporting documentation

Responsible regulator

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
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