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The most extreme Beemer bike ever is getting the Lego Technic treatment.



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The first BMW Motorrad motorcycle from the marque’s M performance division is absolutely ludicrous—even in Lego form.

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Granted, the 1:5-scale M1000RR model from the Danish toy brand’s advanced Technic division is missing a 1000cc four-cylinder that screams with 212 horsepower from 6,000 all the way up to 15,100 RPM.

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But the 1,920-piece superbike build is packed with so much meticulous componentry that that it carries an 18-years-and-up age recommendation.

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Highlighted features include a fully functional gearbox with three speeds and a neutral position, fully fledged front and rear suspensions, a gold chain, three different dashboard options, and a printed windshield.

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Lego also faithfully recreated the downforce-producing carbon-coated M winglets and racy M-Sport color scheme that covers a white base coat in light blue, dark blue, red, granite gray and black accents.

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Completing the package are included racing and display stands. The latter highlights M1000RR specs like the maximum speed with standard and track transmissions (190 mph/201 mph), and acceleration times to 62 mph (3.1 seconds) and 124 mph (7.3 seconds). Just so everyone knows it’s replica of the most extreme Beemer ever.

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Priced at $229.99, the Lego x BMW M1000RR goes on sale January 1, 2022.


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