Toy Vehicles

 The following items are examples of toy vehicles, regardless of whether they are gas or electric powered. This list is not all inclusive:
  • Stand Up Scooters (Go-Peds)
  • Stand Up Scooters modified
    to be seated scooters
    (Go-Peds with a seat)
  • Mini Motorcycles
  • Razor E-Punk, Seated
  • Razor E-Scream Trike
  • Razor
  • Kamikaze Board
  • Mini "Pocket" Bikes

Colorado Revised Statute 42-1-102 (103.5), gives the following definition:

"Toy vehicle" means any vehicle that has wheels and is not designed for use on public highways or for off-road use. Toy vehicle includes, but is not limited to, gas- or electric-powered vehicles commonly known as mini bikes, "pocket" bikes, Kamikaze boards, go-peds, and stand-up scooters. Toy vehicle does not include off-highway vehicles or snowmobiles.

Summary of laws regarding the use of toy vehicles in Broomfield:

  • Toy vehicles MAY NOT be ridden on public roadways.
  • Toy vehicles MAY NOT be ridden on sidewalks, bike trails, parks, fields, or any other areas commonly used by pedestrians and bicycles.
  • Toy vehicles MAY be ridden on private property with the property owner's consent; however, the surface must be improved, not dirt or grass.
For more information on Broomfield Municipal Ordinance, please visit Title 10, Chapter 16 of the Broomfield Municipal Code.