There could be other interesting things to do on a weekend other than going out riding, especially considering that the summer season is here. The level of enjoyment of doing those things would increase for motorcyclists if they are somehow related to two-wheelers. Wouldn’t it? Here’s a list of interesting Lego Kits that you might want to have a look at and which are likely to catch your attention. And, no, Legos aren’t just for kids!
BMW M 1000 RR
The BMW M 1000 RR Lego Kit is the perfect set for adults looking for a hands-on project. It is a 1:5 scale model replica version of the actual BMW M 1000 RR and comes with 1,920 pieces. The attention to detail in the lego kit is mind-boggling. You can explore the functional 3-speed (+ neutral) gearbox, steering, front and rear suspension, chain transmission and inline 4-piston engine. It comes with 2 display stands. With authentic features, the model looks and moves just like the real thing.
Ducati Panigale V4 R
Representation of the famous Italian sportbike, the Ducati Panigale V4 R Lego Kit is the first model motorcycle in LEGO Technic history to include a gearbox for exploring different speeds and techniques. It contains 646 pieces and comes with amazing features like steering, front and rear suspension for realistic movement, plus front and rear disc brakes. As for the minute details, this scale model has a kickstand, exhaust pipe, windshield and dashboard that make it true to the original Ducati Panigale V4 R.
Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
The Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Lego Kit captures the lines and engineering of the original motorcycle with its teardrop fuel tank, an inbuilt speedometer, and dual exhaust pipes. It is authentically designed with a Milwaukee-Eight engine with moving pistons, handlebar steering, moveable gear shift pedal and brake levers, and a sturdy display stand. Finished with a dark red and black color scheme, this amazing display model (with 1,023 pieces) makes a truly iconic centerpiece for the home or office.
Inspired by the classic 1960s Vespa Piaggio, this Vespa 125 Lego Kit has been designed to celebrate Vespa’s 75th anniversary. To completely build this replica of the original iconic scooter, you will need to assemble 1,106 pieces together. Some of the beautiful and authentic details of this kit include a front-wheel mounted on one side, 2 seats, a removable engine cover with a brick-built engine beneath, a functioning kickstand, plus working steering. And, of course, there is the Pastel Blue colour scheme – one of the Vespa’s original production colors and an extremely rare LEGO color designed to appeal to LEGO fans.
If you are still heading out for a ride in this weather, do check out the top 5 items for bikers riding in the summer.