I dont know? Probably the people here can assume what the UCI will do? Check the bikes if they comply with norm EN 14781??
This has nothing to do with UCI but more to do with EU.
All bikes sold in EU must meet the norm EN 14781 when sold.
Once the bike has first been sold, you will never have to prove the bikes lives up to this norm ever again, it's not somthing that will be checked by UCI or EU.
It's only the company that sells the new bikes in EU who has to make sure the bike follows the norm.
Just like e.g. a cell phone, TV has to follow certain norms when sold in e.g. EU. Once it haas been sold it will never be cheked again by any authorities.http://webstore.ansi.org/RecordDetail.a ... 781%3A2006
DIN EN 14781:2006
Racing bicycles - Safety requirements and test methods (FOREIGN STANDARD)
This European Standard specifies safety and performance requirements for the design, assembly and testing of racing bicycles and sub-assemblies, and lays down guidelines for instructions on the use and care of such bicycles. It applies to racing bicycles intended for high-speed amateur use on public roads, and on which the saddle can be adjusted to provide a maximum saddle height of 635 mm or more. It does not apply to montain bicycles and to specialised types of racing bicycles such as tandems or bicycles designed and equipped for use in sanctioned competitive events