Best Motorcycle Lego Sets 2020
Also, you might like to check out my other reviews of top Lego car sets if you like cars too. Especially, if you like sports cars and Lego Technic, because in this article, I’ve included several authentic Lego car models, like e.g. the Bugatti Chiron Lego Technic model.
Now, let’s get back to Lego motorbikes:
Lego Technic Ducati Panigale V4 R 42107
The first motorcycle Lego set on my list is a Lego Technic authentic replica of the Italian motorcycle Ducati Panigale V4 R. This building kit was developed in partnership with the Italian motorcycles manufacturer, Ducati. It is also the newest model on this list, being sold since June 2020 (from August 1st in the US). And since I love both Lego Technic and Ducati motorcycles, I have bought this model. You can check out my photos of it and also read my review of this Ducati motorbike Lego set. The main features include a dashboard, a windshield and an exhaust pipe. These small details bring the true sport spirit of Ducati to this Lego kit. It consists of 646 pieces and is recommended for kids who are 10+ years old.
Lego Technic BMW R 1200 GS Adventure 42063
The second one on my list is another Lego Technic motorbike. It is an older set from 2017 and I own this model as well. I got it as a Christmas gift from my brother on Christmas in 2017. You can check out my own review of this set that includes photos here: Lego Technic BMW motorbike review. And, I have reviewed the B model of this set as well, the BMW Motorrad hovercraft. You can check that one, too. It is very interesting, and it was designed by BMW designers. This Lego kit comes in 603 parts and is ideal for kids who are 10-16 years old, or for adults like me. Also, this Lego model includes a special 2017 Lego Technic 40 years anniversary brick (the Lego Technic theme was born in 1977).
Lego Creator Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 10269
The third one on my list is a Lego Creator model, an outstanding replica of the Harley Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle. It comes in the authentic black and dark red color scheme. It also features the Milwaukee-Eight engine with moving pistons. Other features include a sturdy display stand, a kickstand, moveable brake levers and gear shift pedal, handlebar steering and dual exhaust pipes. The bike includes beefy tires and solid-disc Lakester wheels. The motorcycle model is 12 inches (33 cm) long and is recommended for older kids who are 16+ years old.
Lego Creator Highway Cruiser 31018
This smaller Lego set (it has 129 pieces) is the ultimate Lego motorbike model because it is a 3 in 1 set that can be rebuilt into a dirt bike or a classic motorbike as well. The main features of the main model, the highway cruiser, include a sleek bodywork, a realistic engine angled muffler, sharply raked front forks and twin exhaust pipes. The classic motorbike’s dimensions are: 6 inches (15 cm) long, 2 inches (5 cm) high and 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide. This is an ideal birthday gift for kids who are 7-12 years old.
Lego Creator Sunset Street Bike 31059
Further down on my list is another 3-in-1 Lego Creator motorbike set that can be rebuilt into 3 models. The main model is a street bike and the other 2 models are: a dragster and a road bike. The main features of this building kit are: a detailed engine and exhaust, working handlebar steering and spring suspension, a windshield, high-mounted fenders and wide rubber tires. It includes 194 bricks and is ideal for 8-12 years old children.
Lego Technic Street Motorcycle 42036
The last one on my list is a third Lego Technic motorcycle model. It is a little older Lego kit that was released in 2015. I personally prefer the first two Technic sets on this list (that I also own), but this one could be a great choice as well. It features sporty wheels, detailed engine with moving pistons, chain drive, front and rear suspension and full fairing. Like most Lego models, this one is a 2-in-1 set as well. It can be rebuilt into a retro bike. The dimensions of this street motorcycle model are 12″ (32 cm) long, 6″ (17 cm) high, and 3″ (8 cm) wide.
Lego enthusiast, big Lego Technic fan. I have been blogging about Lego since 2017, when I started this blog. When I’m not writing an article for this blog or building a Lego set, I’m probably riding my bike. You can find out more about me here.