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Ride the Streets of Gotham with New Technics LEGO Batcycle

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Mar 7 2023

Grow your LEGO collection with the new Technic Batcycle and other sets inspired by the Caped Crusader.

The Batman – Batcycle

Before the Batmobile was road-ready, Bruce Wayne favored a motorcycle to get him around Gotham. It’s a much more stealthy option, based on the café racers of the 1960s. This cycle includes steering, suspension, and a chain drive that connects the articulating H4 engine to the back wheel. There’s also a kickstand for easy display.

  • 641 pieces
  • 6.5 in. (16 cm) high, 13 in. (33 cm) long and 4.5 in. (11 cm) wide

The Batman – Batmobile

The Batman not only introduced a new Caped Crusader, but it also brought us a muscle car-inspired Batmobile. This 1360-piece kit has opening doors and hood, and the engine has moving pistons and spinning jet exhaust, and light bricks that make the front grill glow. It also has functional wheels with a rear differential.

  • 1360 pieces
  • 4 in. (11 cm) high, 17 in. (45 cm) long, and 6 in. (17 cm) wide

Jim Lee Batman Collection

Jim Lee is a comic-book artist, writer, editor, and publisher; he’s the current publisher and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics. Lee has written and created art for a ton of iconic titles. His work on Batman-inspired LEGO to make this art set. The collection lets you build and display your fandom in 4 different ways – Batman, Joker, Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Batman, and Batman with Batarang.

  • 4176 pieces
  • Single portraits are 15×15 in.

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Author: Mars Garrett
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