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Ride with Confidence

Regulatory Compliance

eTOURER ensures each of our electric bikes complies with all Australian safety standards. The eTOURER range is tested and compliant according to EN 15194, requiring Power Assisted Pedal Cycles with 250-watts motors to be limited to 25km/h at maximum speed and be still propellable just by pedaling without the motor.

  • Tested according to: EN 15194

Electrical Safety

eTOURER takes electrical safety and compliance very seriously, we have taken measures to ensure that our electric bikes meet or exceed national electrical safety standards. Tested to AS/NZS 61558.2.16, our external mains powered battery chargers are guaranteed to be safe and compliant and will facilitate ongoing and optimal use of the electric bike and its battery.

  • Test Specification: AS/NZS 61558.2.16

EMC and RCM

Each eTOURER electric bike and their chargers are compliant with Australian Communications and Media Authority regulatory arrangements, including the EMC standard covering motor driven devices, AS/NZS CISPR14.1, and carry the RCM (Regulatory Compliance Mark) approval -- making your safety of paramount importance.

  • Test Specification: AS/NZS CISPR 14.1 and RCM Approved.

General Safety

Safe cycling is an important concern for all bike manufacturers. Using common sense is usually the best way to cycle safely & get the most out of your E-Bike. Here are some common sense ideas to keep in mind whenever you go for a bike ride:

  • Familiarise yourself with your state laws

Many states require different safety devices. It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the laws of the state in which you are cycling, & to comply with those laws (including properly equipping your bike if need be)

  • Be sure to thoroughly understand how to operate the components of your E-Bike

  • Always do a mechanical safety check before cycling

Be sure all equipment is adjusted properly, especially the brakes, & that all quick release devices are in the 'closed' position before cycling. When you need to react quickly, you need to know how your bike will respond.


Wear a helmet

Always wear a helmet when cycling, no matter how short the route may be. Always keep the chin strap securely buckled. A helmet meeting the appropriate safety standards, would be ideal to protect against head injuries. It must fit & be worn correctly to do the job efficiently.