Three cheers for Skyhawk 66 Cc motorized bicycle. Oh! What a thrilling and exhilarating experience?  When I bought this motorized bicycle, I have not thought that I will be having a special happiness with this creative model.

Very first moment I am impressed by its classy outlook and attached systematic fuel tank on it. Indeed, it is a perfect Riding with Comfort. Well, everyday I take a ride on it and always accompanying with my I-Pod.

My colleagues got impressed by me. Such a great ride with day off can let you Green Fresh Air neighborhood riding in morning or either in the evening. I am using it everyday when I hang out with my friends for Go….Go…sssssiP.

Last Sunday, I also took it on my picnic. My Dad also enjoyed. Thanks to MBB Imports for letting us know about this innovative vehicle.

From here I bought my bicycle.
http://www.mbbimports.com.au/product.php?pid=75

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I'm happy to be corrected on this, but IIRC anything above 500w requires a motorcycle license. This is 3kW. So, 6 times that.

FWIW, I prefer to enjoy the Green Fresh Air neighbourhood without the smell of two-stroke.
A "500W" sticker will fix that.. hahaha
I suggest we all go here...
http://www.mbbimports.com.au/contact-us.php

...and inform them that their product is illegal to use on public roads :-)
"[Sorry, haven't been able to ride for two weeks and I am slowly losing it....]"

Sympathies. Not being able to ride for longer than a few days is my idea of a fate worse than death.
Hey Heilke,

Sympathies :( I am so Sorry.
The Authorities are currently booking riders on bicycles fitted with engines not complying with the state laws.Fines of up to $900 are being issued for

1.Riding an unregistered vehicle(non compliant motorised bicycles i.e greater than 200watts output or roughly 25km/hr unnasisted on the flat are considered as motorbikes)

2.Being an unlicenced driver (motorbike licence required as per above) and

3.Not wearing an approved motorbike helmet in the above cases.

http://www.dailyexaminer.com.au/story/2008/09/12/apn-petrol-powered...

Don't risk injury to yourself and others riding bikes with engines that don't comply with the road rules.When your bike is unregistered your Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance is not valid. This means the driver will be held personally liable for any injuries resulting from an accident in which they are at fault.
Mike,

Perhaps you could let everyone know whether or not it's your business you're spruiking here.

Is there a moderator in the house?

Just sayin'.

M
I LIVE IN QLD AND RIDE A MOTORIZED PUSHIE.BEFORE I BUILT IT 2YRS AGO I RANG THE AUTHORITIES AND WAS TOLD THAT PROVIDED THE CYCLE WAS BUILT SAFELY AND WASN'T CAPABLE OF EXCEEDING 40KPH THAT I DIDN'T NEED A LICENCE (WHICH I HAVE ANYWAY) OR REGISTRATION.

In my experience, Police turn a blind eye to people riding powered bicycles if they are riding sensibly, probably because they've got better things to do with their time.  I think a lot of motorists locked in their cages would barely even notice my motor when it's running anyway, as they fly by.  I'm going to continue treating the 200w limit with the contempt it deserves. 

But in any case, it's good to see another manufacturer in the mix! (Even though the sales pitch could use a bit of work)

I find the electric option much more convenient. The petrol assisted bikes are very noisy, smoky and smelly. Then one cannot even have them on the train. You have to empty the fuel tank at the very least.
I have a motorcycle licence and a 250cc Sym Firenze scooter. If I want power assist of some sort, I'd rather go that. Most of the time I stick to the push bike though.

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