News receipt plan French Days 2022: The BMW M1000RR Lego motorcycle is heavily promoted
Have you always dreamed of owning a hyper athlete that can tear up the asphalt? Does the sound of a 1000cc in-line 4 engine screaming at 16,000 rpm give you the chills? But you don’t have the A license, you don’t have the level to control this type of machine or you just don’t have 30000$ to invest? No problem: The BMW M1000RR LEGO is made for you!
It’s true that hyper athletes aren’t easy machines to use. Between the risk of losing your driver’s license in just a few days on the handlebars of a grinding wheel that goes 140 km / h in first gear, the risk of killing yourself driving on dead leaves (coming soon) with 215 hp rear wheel, and the prohibitive price of buying it and maintaining it, we are right to hesitate.
Therefore, to satisfy his desire for aggressive curves and beautiful pieces, the cheapest solution remains to turn to LEGO Technic boxes, more precisely to those of the M 1000 RR. The good news is that the Bavarian hyper athlete’s set is currently on sale on Amazon, with Jeff Bezos company looking to overshadow French Days. Originally priced at $249, the parts kit has just dropped to $170 to build the most radical motorcycle on the marketor at least 80 $ savings.
French Days: The grandiose BMW M 1000 RR in LEGO goes to $170
If you’re a fan of speed and beautiful mechanics, you probably already know this series of LEGO Technic that allows you to assemble the most desirable cars in the world. We often talk to you about the Lamborghini Sian kit, but many other prestigious vehicles are in the catalogue.
By the way, if you have assembled a car, this motorcycle will seem like a piece of cake to you since there are fewer parts. In fact, despite its high price, the kit only contains 1920 pieces to assemble, which should make it accessible to as many people as possible.
As always, the model is made with incredible care, and fidelity to the real bike is taken to the max. So we have to assemble the 4-cylinder engine block completely in line, but also the chain transmission, the steering or the suspension.
LEGO also fitted this bike with a 3-speed gearbox (including neutral), although the real machine offers double that. The model is particularly well reproduced in 1:5 scale, with the official BMW Motorsport livery, rubber tires or even the window of the machine.
To show off your bike once assembled, LEGO gives us two options. Either a matching display stand with a plaque commemorating some information about the machine, or – for added realism – a stand (which we also fit) giving the impression of having this bike in his garage.
Of course, we are entitled to many exclusive parts such as the swing arm including BMW lettering and instructions for tensioning the chain or many specific logos.
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