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Chopped and bobbed – a bike MOC (all)

Recently, I bought the new LEGO racing bikes – and was pleased to see that beneath the cowling the chassis was more adaptable than previous models (that is, it has studs to stick bits onto).  So far, LEGO have released a variety of motorbikes and scooters, but with the exception of one – the cruiser motorcycle (OK Fabuland does have something like it – see below – but as WildStyle said in the film “There’s also … a bunch of others we don’t even mention.”).

So I had a go.  The pictures below are the “Mark 2” version after I played with the seat a little.  I still think that the rider sits too high for a cruiser and it is more like a “chopped” or “bobbed” bike.  But what it shows is that the new bikes are adaptable!

(images from my Instagram account – instagram.com/frog_101)

How to build your own! #lego #brickleague #brickcentral_myride #brickcentral #toyplanet #toyphoto #afol

A photo posted by David Grewcock (@frog_101) on Apr 18, 2015 at 3:04am PDT

How to build your own! #lego #brickleague #brickcentral_myride #brickcentral #toyplanet #toyphoto #afol A photo posted by David Grewcock (@frog_101) on Apr 18, 2015 at 3:04am PDT

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