RC controlled LEGO gizmos and gadgets are awesome. They take a level of finesse and patience I know I have no time for, but for those who can tinker and toy with these great building tools, the creations they make are stellar.


The RC LEGO Motorcyle (LEGO Technic, Technic-ally) has one servomotor operating the front wheel, for precision handling, mind you, the bike hems and haws almost like a real motorcycle, save for the fact that this one has two tiny training wheels at the bottom of the chassis—it is still a toy.

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The video shows all that the little-bike-that-could can do from hitting the slalom to putting the hurt on an RC LEGO Le Mans car. We want this now. Thankfully, there are already a set of instructions online. That video is only 16 minutes long. For some reason I don’t think we’d be as quick.

LEGOS are the toys where kids can build whatever they dream of—a toy of infinite possibilities. As a motorcycle and LEGO fan (because, come on, who doesn’t freakin’ love LEGOS), this little creation is awesome. And that’s, really, the joy of LEGOS. Anybody can have fun with them regardless if you’re eight or 80.

This Is The RC LEGO Motorcycle We Want Right Now

This Is The RC LEGO Motorcycle We Want Right Now

Photos Courtesy Of KBRICK

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This Is The RC LEGO Motorcycle We Want Right Now
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