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  1. MaximillianRebo

    [MOC] SWTOR speeder bikes

    Some time ago I was looking for inspiration for MOCs and game across this page of vehicle mounts in Star Wars: The Old Republic. These were fun to make as there's a huge array of designs to choose from and the colours available meant I could get away from the typical black, white & bley colouring that is common to so many SW vehicles. Here is my ever growing collection of speeder bikes from the Old Republic era with links to compare each MOC with its source material: Lhosan LC-4 & Praxon Legacy PMP-06 Pleasure Speeder & Joko TZ-8 Lergo Enforcer & Adno Windscorpion Aratech Lux & Meirm Dark Wolf Czerka Bobber & Roche Gangster Gurian Lightning & Czerka Cruiser (yes I ran out of Mandalorians) Bonus round: Finally a MOC not from the Old Republic era but here is my version of Ezra's speeder from Rebels, modified as a ride for Threepio & Artoo. You can check out more angles of each vehicle in my Flickr album.
  2. I love the look of the Mandalorian on his speeder bike, as showcased in the Season 2 key art: This speeder appears in the new set "Trouble on Tatooine" (75299), and is a reasonably decent approximation considering it has to be sturdy and hold up to play. There are a few shaping inaccuracies, but that's par for the course. For reference, here's the official LEGO vehicle with no tweaks other than a hastily cobbled-together stand (and my unorthodox placement of the cape, with the left arm threading one of the neck holes to hold it at the desired display angle): The major downside, as with most LEGO speeders, is the scale! While it has some nice detail, it's simply much too large in comparison to the minifigure. The "foot pedals" (at least, that's what I presume the struts with the dark orange brackets are meant to be) are a case in point -- they're huge relative to the minifig, and nowhere near Mando's feet! So, despite the inevitability of loosing some greebling opportunities, I decided to take a stab at a scaled-down speeder bike for Mando to ride that would still successfully evoke the vehicle from the show. I also set myself the challenge of only using parts from 75299! Here's what I came up with: It's reasonably sturdy, fits both Grogu and Mando's Amban phase-pulse blaster, and the nose fortuitously lies at the correct angle. This design also allows Mando to sit a little more upright in his seat! But it's still not quite where I wanted it to be, so I did one final tweak with a few additional bars with clips, some swapped out colors, and a smooth base: Mando can now lean forward slightly as he does on the key art, which allows his cape to be properly affixed without getting crimped up. His hands still can't properly "grab" the handlebars, but it's close enough for my purposes. I'm sure I'm not the only person who has undertaken this challenge, so I'll probably be inspired to revisit this build in the future. For now, though, this makes me happy!
  3. Space Police XVIII

    52035 space bikes

    So, I've been building little spacebikes based on this bike fairing part for a while, and by that I mean a couple years or something. IMO the motorcycle is terrible, ridiculously huge, but the fairing's good for little spacecraft. It was even used for this set 5969 prototype. anyways, group shot The Blacktron version's the definitive one. and 100% legal legos, so I used it as a base for this instructions page There's a bunch of others in my flickr gallery if anybody's bored and curious, cheers
  4. Space Police XVIII

    Space Vespa

    Contains four non-lego parts and six pounds of paranoia about breaking that stupid clip on the bottom of the scooter body.
  5. Peppermint_M

    MOC: Velo Glace

    The Double-Dome delivery bike is a very popular model for all kinds of logistical purposes with interchangeable modules for any purpose. The Velo Glace has been modified with a freezer module for ice-cream storage and delivery. The idea I had in mind for this was the sort of 50s American idyll that is so very easy to subvert (especially if you know your history). Used in the likes of Fallout and an aesthetic from a number of Utopia that is not what it seems stories. I was inspired to make an ice-cream speederbike after coming across an Ice-Cream Tuk Tuk in Criccieth when I was in north Wales on holiday last year. The “lift” provided from the trans-blue minifig head elements is also a nod to electric milk-floats, the idea I have for this vehicle is that is moves about as fast as one for safety. The additions of little pop-outs (The shell, croissant and round 1x1 tiles) are a callback to the Art Deco ice cream parlours and the like. All in all, I am happy how this one came out. Bonus! - I have uploaded a tree MOC that resembles the one here. The real-build tree had to be modified for required angles on the MOC.
  6. Peppermint_M

    MOC: Sp0ok Tro0p

    Soundtrack The rebels of District 18: A force for change? Terrorists who challenge the rightful authority? Or just some Punk Kids playing around on tooled up speeder bikes? While certain news centres would have it that they are set on bringing about the end of society, most of these kids on custom bikes are just following an age-old path of bucking against the norm. Tuning up basic bikes and customising them into highly styled rides, groups fly the skyways and streets. Another favourite pass-time for the gangs is to race in the 'off code' zones, hitting high speeds and making dangerous manoeuvres. Few of their activities are criminal, though trespass and illegal modification of a speeder-bike are a common thread amongst the more prolific gangs. Leader of the most well known gang, The Rush, is Skeletique. A masked figure with a very recognisable bike, the spook trooper. A common sight at ride outs and street races. No one knows who he truly is, nor where he keeps such a magnificent machine. Custom built from the scrap, trash, flotsam and jetsam of District 18. The Spook Troop is a menacing machine known amongst speeder-punks for ricing prowess and wily manoeuvrability. He prefers to fly his bike in the desolate and abandoned platforms of the district when not leading a pack through the sky-ways and streets of the “civilised” city. Inspired by a crazy mix of things. Storm Hawks, Rush Runners which I came across by chance in a bargain store toy bin. Motor City which was far too short lived. A number of colourful SF comics from around the world (I collect SF art-books and comics) and the Bōsōzoku culture from Japan. Also, a whole lot of Celldweller and New Retro Wave music while I was building. (Not to mention the title track) With the LSB group contest launched I had an image of the figure I wanted to make for this ride and the idea of using the long bone elements and maybe a skull for the front of the bike. That design evolved as I was building when I realised just how cool the ghost looked at the front. With this bike hitting all the marks I set for myself, here it is!
  7. The AHS-45 (Armed Hover Speeder) An imaginary Imperial speeder bike. Imperial speed hover bike AHS-45 by Cyh Naan, sur Flickr Imperial speed hover bike AHS-45 by Cyh Naan, sur Flickr Imperial speed hover bike AHS-45 by Cyh Naan, sur Flickr Back to the shuttle by Cyh Naan, sur Flickr
  8. At a recent local show, I displayed my Battle of Hoth diorama. I had about 5 imperial speeder bikes on the display that came from various sets over the years. Most of them are based on a big trike piece, and all of them lack detail. I've realised that these didn't really benefit the display, and I want something a bit better for the next time. I think one or two really well designed ones will look a lot better than a squadron of mediocre ones. I present the 74-Z speeder bike: 74-Z speeder bike by James Shields, on Flickr Although it wasn't seen in the Empire Strikes Back, there are several semi-canon sources that suggest they were used on Hoth. It's built for detail rather than robustness, and some of the connections are a little sensitive! James
  9. Peppermint_M

    [MOC] Potassium Powered!

    I. R. Gorilla, racer from the planet Epa is very good at attracting sponsorship. Though sometimes things get a little silly. I was looking through parts today, with speeder bikes on the brain and thus the K-Type bike Potassium Powered was born. I have also set myself a "challenge" to use strange parts as a MOC seed, or to take something that could be called "single use" and create something entirely different. I think this one came out pretty well! My brother was rather amused at least, apparently I've even managed to make something using the banana look cool!
  10. Hi everyone! Here's yet another speederbike for the Racing League contest. This one is for the Overkill Oval category. The Wild Wrecker is a heavily armed, well shielded speederbike of destruction! Built around a rapid fire plasma canon and equipped with heat seeking missiles and pop-out circular saws, this mean racing machine is ready take on any opponent. It also features energy shields on the sides of the plasma canon and the driver's seat to protect them from damage. It may not be the sleekest or fastest speederbike, but it can certainly take a few hits and also deal them out tenfold! Its rider, Xorlac the Destroyer, is an intergalactic criminal who is wanted in over 20 systems with an unhealthy passion for causing mayhem and will do literally anything to cross the finish line first. Together with the Atomic Arrow and the Rapid Roadhog, this bike is part of Team Hotstreak. Here they are all together: And since I don't want to clutter up the forum with even more speederbike threads, here is my entry for the Race Team category: Team Hotstreak is comprised of a ragtag group of orange skinned aliens who have the need for speed! Fittingly, their team colors are an orange streak on a black background with glowing neon green highlights as represented on all of their vehicles and their team flag which hangs in their garage. All their vehicles use the same gamma fusion energy and the same type of hoverpad technology (a dark gray round plate with a neon green radar dish underneath). Their team number is number 3 which is marked on the side of each of their speederbikes as well as on the chest of their trusty PitBot. Also, judging from the naming convention of their bikes, they all have an affinity for alliteration. You can see them here preparing for the race in their team garage. A close up of the members of the team: Xorlac, Blaze, Jade, and their PitBot. Thanks for reading and good luck to my fellow entrants!
  11. Oky

    The Rapid Roadhog

    This is my entry for the Vastland Cross category of the Lego Speederbikes Racing League contest. The Rapid Roadhog is a fast, yet durable racing bike. Covered in a cold black steel hull, it can withstand the heat and harsh environments of the Vastlands and its powerful engine can power through the strongest sandstorm. There are spare fuel tanks mounted on the underside of the bike. In the back, it has pouches for tools and supplies and fenders protecting the main exhaust and steering thrusters. The rider, Blaze "the Beast" Samson, is a grizzled old biker who was born to ride and wears a durable helmet with HUD display for navigating through the desert as well as spiked shoulder pads for protection. Together with his bike, he poses an unstoppable force for anyone or anything that dares to get in his way.
  12. LittleJohn

    Rapid Rider

    Built for the Vastlands Cross category of the 2017 LEGO speeder Bike Contest over on Flickr. I decided to go with a Rock Raiders theme for my bikes this year, which was great fun. We acquired several Rock Raiders figs and some dark turquoise parts at BFVA 2016, so it was good to put them to use. The Rapid Rider is well equipped for it’s trek across the vastlands, with its chrome drills ready to decimate any obstacle in it’s path. In the unlikely event a repair is needed, there are survival supplies and tools in the satchel. It also comes with retractable landing gear for easy maintenance and landing. More pictures on Brickbuilt Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
  13. Bob De Quatre

    [MOC] Paul Hendricks' Firebird

    Using his father's Hendricks Mk 2 engine, Paul Hendricks enters the Overkill Oval as a fierce opponent. His Firebird speeder bike is extremely fast, and its engine is covered with armored plates. If any opponents happens to be in front of him, Paul can use the two laser blaster to help him pass... My first entry for the LSB contest on Flickr. My three entries' characters are from the same familly and use more or less modified versions of the same engine Paul Hendricks' Firebird by BobDeQuatre, on Flickr Paul Hendricks' Firebird by BobDeQuatre, on Flickr Paul Hendricks' Firebird by BobDeQuatre, on Flickr
  14. I'm finally ready to introduce a new, originally-designed speeder to you straight from the classic trilogy: --Rebel Troop Carrier-- Based on the speeder used by the Rebel Alliance at Echo Base on Hoth, this speeder isn't the most recognizable among Star Wars fans, but as a vehicle from the films, as well as being featured as a design element on the Hoth maps of Star Wars: Battlefront, it is still a valuable icon of our appreciation. To date, LEGO has only released one version of this speeder. Included as a supplement in their newest hoth set, 75098, it wasn't my favorite. To me, little-to-no detail was put into the build, as it was a very simple build and, surprisingly, much smaller than I'd previously hoped it be. Needless to say, I took it upon myself to create a much more, highly-detailed rendition of the speeder. Using namely the photos of the speeder from The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars: Battlefront, as well as inspiration from other LEGO customs designers, I think this speeder turned out great. The scale is perfect for this build. It includes spaces for 4 rebel troops and a driver, as well as 5 spots for easy blaster housing. The front of the model is a very sturdy assembly which houses the different lights seen on the original speeder. It's also built at an angle, just like the real thing. The most challenging aspect of this model was the rear side, as there is a LOT of detail to consider. In the end, I was able to synchronize detail and functionality/playability together, rather than have detail be the "sacrificial lamb: for functinality's sake. The center end opens up so there is more access from the rear side of the speeder for troop entrance. MOCpages Comments welcome. God bless.
  15. First Order Trooper on Speeder Bike by SPARKART!, on Flickr. First Order Trooper on Speeder Bike by SPARKART!, on Flickr. First Order Trooper on Speeder Bike by SPARKART!, on Flickr. Flametrooper on Speeder Bike by SPARKART!, on Flickr. Flametrooper on Speeder Bike by SPARKART!, on Flickr. Kylo Ren on Speeder Bike by SPARKART!, on Flickr.
  16. Space Police XVIII

    [moc] Nightshade Speeder Bike

    with apologies for photo quality..
  17. DarthTwoShedsJackson

    [MOC] Ezra's Speeder Bike / 614 AvA

    Since I got Set 75090 for the Sabine Wren Minifig, I decided to build the speeder bikes from that set today. The models are good, but once I checked the Star Wars: Rebels Visual Guide I realized that they were far too large for the minifigs. So I set out to build my own version of this vehicle and make it smaller so that it is closer to minifig-scale. Here's what I've come up with: And here's what my own version of Set 75090 looks like: I hope you like it.
  18. Space Police XVIII

    [moc] Space Police speeder bikes

    First, the Speeder Bike That Looks Like It Shouldn't be Able to Balance Like That but It Does. Officer Hoodbot is along to provide an example of typical, heavily armed and stylish, modern robot police personnel. Second, the Heretic bike, in Space Police livery. I call it heretic because the bike fairing is modified. I snapped the clips on the bottom somehow, on accident, then removed them entirely to fit in the two-stud-wide chassis. While here, I would like to nominate for the Nobel Peace Prize, thank you all very much for your support
  19. Junior Shark

    [MOC] Resistance Speeder Bike

    So I built a speeder bike. It's currently decked out in Resistance livery. Yes, I know this belongs in the pantheon of TFA MOC gods. Please, hold your applause. Resistance Speeder Bike by Junior Shark, on Flickr Comments, Criticism, Questions, Gripes and Complaints all welcome. Update! Additional views. Resistance Speeder Bike by Junior Shark, on Flickr Resistance Speeder Bike by Junior Shark, on Flickr Resistance Speeder Bike by Junior Shark, on Flickr "Let's just say we'd like to avoid any First Order entanglements...." Nope, it just doesn't sound as cool. But it looks really cool: First Order Entanglements by Junior Shark, on Flickr
  20. Veynom

    [MOC] Speeder Bike KH-173

    Presenting today a simple speeder bike assembled with the few parts I had at my disposal at that moment. It is obviously not rocket science but it could easily fit into a larger scene. Speeder Bike KH-173 by Veynom, on Flickr Speeder Bike KH-173 by Veynom, on Flickr Speeder Bike KH-173 by Veynom, on Flickr FYI, the name is based on the location where I built it. It is not canon. As usual, comments are welcome.
  21. Space Police XVIII

    Classic Space speeder bike

    I've been building speeder bikes around the basic trike body for a while, this is another one. I'm kind of proud of the front end. And this is a build instruction thing and a parts list. Perspective? no thanks. Proportions? NO WE WILL HAVE NONE OF THAT EITHER
  22. If you can't beat them, join them! We've been doing some jobs for Black Sun lately and my latest job is to deliver some goods to the Hutts. We're searching for the Hutt's secret warehouse on Nar Eurbrikka, all we have to do is to drop the goods and go away. What an easy job! ------ I know, pictures couldn't be worse. I know they'll effect on overall scoring of this build, altought I hope I'll get more than 3. But I'm taking a trip this weekend and I was rather busy, so I had to take them this evening and I had to use my phone. Though I think the ship looks quite nice and I'm happy I managed to build it. Anyway, I hope you like it.
  23. Space Police XVIII

    [moc] Blacktron scout bike

    I don't know what to call this thing. Speeder bike? Maybe, but it's supposed to be space-capable.. any suggestions? Lego had a 'Space Speeder' in set 8400... maybe that.
  24. Hello again everyone! Didn't plan on buying this set but I found it on sale and I needed a Sabine minifig. (Good reasons I know) You are probably all waiting for summer a wave reviews or some episode VII images but this set has not been reviewed yet. So here is my fourth review: Ezra's Speeder Bike! Name: Ezra's Speeder Bike Theme: Star Wars / Rebels Year: 2015 Pieces: 253 Minifigures: 3 Price: USA 19.99$, ENG 19.99£, CAN 24.99$, EUR 26.99€ Ressources: Brickset Lego store description Front of the box has the 2015 art: A Stormtrooper helmet tagged with a rebel alliance crest. Same as the other sets of the winter wave. On the back we see the play features and a little action scene. Inside the box there is 2 numbered bags, the instruction booklet and the sticker sheet. The instruction booklet has the same image as the box cover but without the set name and the number of pieces. The back of the booklet with the win minifigure. Spare parts. Some studs and some little piece in orange and green. Also we get 2 spare parts that could be used as guns. The completed model: both speeder are exactly the same except for the paint job. Front view Back view Side view The above picture has a bad quality so I added 2 more to show the side (see the next 2 pictures) Top view The front of the speeder can be extended to make it longer longer. Comparison shot: it does make it a little longer (approximately the same length has brick built front wing) Now on to the minifigures. We get 3 of them: Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren and a Stormtrooper. Sabine is the same version as the one in the Assault Carrier and Era is the same as in the Phantom. The Stormtrooper is the same as every Stormtrooper in Rebels sets (including the BP). All the minifigs have leg printing. The stormtrooper has the normal clone face and Ezra and Sabine both have an alternate face. The printing on Sabine's hair is really neat. It has 2 colors like in the show. Back view: all the minifigures have back printing Rating ------ These three points are not included in final score. Price: 8/10 – 253 pieces for 19.99$ is under the 10 cents per piece ration. We get 2 nice never seen before speeder and 3 minifigure: Ezra, the main hero of Rebels. Sabine which is exclusive to this set (not anymore) and a Stormtrooper (We never have too much of these). There is not many big pieces but also very few small technic piece or studs. So the piece count is not inflated like we see in some other technic heavy sets. The price is great for a Star Wars set! Parts: 7.5/10 – Nice dark green parts which are not that common.Also most of the piece are bricks. Very few technics piece. This set is useful for spare parts. Build 8/10 – The build was surprising! It as 29 steps for 1 speeder bike. It took me longer to build this set then I anticipated because it has so many small steps. The build is well thought and fun. Since both speeder are the same, you have the same build twice. ------ Design 7.5/10 – The speeders look like the source material in the show. The green one is repainted by Ezra and the other Rebels and we see it in an episode (I don't remember which one). The white one is exactly like the Imperial one we see many time in the show. Still the studs shooter on the side don't look very good and are a little flimsy. They are not accurate since the canons are on the front of the speeder in the show. Also the front of the speeder doesn't always extend smoothly. Sometime one side will extend more then the other and the front will fall off. Also It could have come with a little trailer of stolen (or to be stolen) fruits like we saw in the show. Still the speeders are good and were bigger then I expected them to be. It is always nice to add diversity to your collection of speeder bikes! Minifigures: 6.5/10 – We get 3 minifigure. It's a good number for a set this set so no complaints here. We get a Stormtrooper with a clone face. It is always nice to have another trooper, unless you hate the Rebels version. It would have been better to have a pilot for the speeder bike rather then a Stormtrooper to be more show accurate. Ezra is the same as in the Phantom set so it still as the same problem of miscoloration of his hair and suit. (His hair should be blue and his suit darker) He does have is lightsaber this time. If you watch the show you won't find the choice of his hilt to be that bad. Sabine is exclusive to this set. (not anymore: she is available in the assault carrier) Her hair piece and suit are really nice but her skin coloration is wrong. She should have a darker tone like in the show where she is the same colors as a Latina or Polynesian. Also her helmet is not included in this set. The minifigure are a great selection for this set but they each have some little problems that will catch your eyes if you watch the show. Playability: 8.5/10 – Two speeders, one bad guy, one good guy and his 'crush'. Everything a kid needs to have fun. The speeders have studs shooter which are amazing for recreating chases seen in the TV show. Complement this with a few more Stormtroopers and you can occupy your little Jedi for hours! OVERALL 7.5/10 – A nice above average set that really came as a surprise for me as I did not intend to buy it at first. The speeders look like the ones in the show and offer a nice playability with the minifigures. Also it lets you get a helmet-less Sabine and Ezra (with lightsaber) for a low price. The stormtrooper is also nice but it should have been a speeder bike driver instead. A set to pick up to complete your Rebel crew and add to your speeder bike collection. A must if you like the show! Thoughts and critiques welcomes! Also if there is any grammar mistake burning your eyes, please PM me and I will edit. Thanks for reading!
  25. After building the SRV-1 and Imperial Troop Transport, I wanted to keep going and decided to start building the Kenner Mini-Rigs from the 80's. There were 9 of these total. This one and the Desert Sail Skiff didn't have numbers. The other 7 were numbered 2-8. For some reason, 1 was missing. HJR, do you know why?! The Endor Forest Ranger is cool little speeder. It featured an enclosed gyroscopic cockpit and 2 large blaster cannons. It has a very militaristic vibe to it, it looks mean, like something out of a Stormtroopers worst nightmare. Anyways, this is my take on it, it can hold a figure in the cockpit and the gyroscopic cockpit does turn. There is an axel running through the middle of the model. The hockey puck shape of the front was a pain to build. I had to try to make it hold a figure, but, small enough that it kept feel of the original. After building that, the rest was easy, but, it determined the "scale" for the model. Yes, I know the color is off, but, it is cheaper to build in grays. Plus there are more pieces/ parts available in grays than reddish browns and greens. There are 237 pieces in this model. The .lxf file is my Brickshelf folder. Hope you like, more to come tomorrow, Jamie