Although BMW introduced its first M car with the M1 in 1978, it launched its first M-badged motorcycle last year with the introduction of the M 1000 RR. It’s the first model where normal people can keep up with World Superbike racer Tom Sykes and drive it off the racetrack. While only 500 units of the 212-HP literbike were produced, LEGO Technic is now offering a more accessible path to owning the more than $30,000 superbike with an all-new M 1000 RR kit.
This 1:5 scale LEGO model of the Bavarian superbike with a top speed of 190mph (306kph) consists of 1,920 pieces and is 44cm long. Born from a partnership between LEGO Technic and BMW Motorrad, the kit features a number of impressive details, including functional front and rear suspension, a true three-speed transmission, a working chain final drive, and a replica of Double R’s 999cc inline engine. Featuring an impressive 1:5 scale version of the M 1000 RR superbike’s bridge-type aluminum die-cast frame and swingarm, as well as smaller details on the M1KRR, including the model’s M Carbon Wheels, carbon fiber aerodynamics, winglets, and the iconic M racing look. implemented in this kit.
The 1,920-piece LEGO Technic BMW M 1000 RR (42130) kit, scheduled for release on 1 January 2022, will be sold with a rear paddock stand. Click here if you want more information.