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is pocketbike legal on road?? like bicycle?? is yes i am considering getting 1!

 

i do not think so. read up earlier posts in this thread

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Hey, if i were to buy one, and i only ride it in the carpark, is it wrong to do so??

 

It's still consider illegal. I haven find any legal places to play in Singapore except Malaysia :sian:

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Hi , knew some guys playing Pocket bikes years back at the Marina South Carpark , sadly each time they discover a new place , TP would catch up with them .

 

The sport is unique because the riders all come in Full Racing outfits , gloves and boots in top gear , this is the adrenaline rush for all racing enthusiasts , you see all the valentino rossi wannabis out there !

 

Like Go-karts , Pocket bikers' community should apply formally to form a valid club , and appeal to LTA for approved sites for them to practice their rides instead of playing hide and seek with the TPs .

 

This will only push the TPs and the authorities to clam down on their activities and to some extent ban their usage . Check with SMSC if they could go under the same umbrella , so as to combine their efforts to push for the legality or recognition as a motor sport .

 

Noise , speed , safety and crowd controls are the few major concerns of the relevant authorities . If the club can assure LTA with proper safety measures and operation procedures , inclusive of public liabilities , like Go-Karts , we should not see why they cannot be recognised as a motor sporting activity .

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Me n my frens selling our pocket bikes. Only used once.. reason for selling: hobby is too noisy to play at our usual hangout. So we are taking up other hobby.

 

Bought at Serangoon Sc for $600 each. Letting go at $500 each. Just bought 2mnths ago and all bikes tuned perfectly can run up to 50kmph. Liquid cooled.

 

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