Lego has had four-wheel fans covered for years with everything from model Caterhams to Fiat 500s. Now two-wheelers join in on the fun, too, with this 603-piece BMW R 1200 GS Adventure Technic set, per Autoblog. If you wanted “compact adventure,” this is truly as compact as it gets.
This is Lego’s first-ever Technic model to be produced in cooperation with a motorcycle manufacturer, and they BMW worked closely with Lego to not just get the right proportions down, but to make it as accurately detailed as possible. Autoblog notes:
There is a Lego version of the Telelever front suspension along with the moving two-cylinder boxer engine and the shaft drive, and color choices were kept correct down to the black spokes in the wheels.
Best of all, it has big BMW’s big cargo boxes to carry small blocks, disembodied Minifig heads, or whatever else you want to stick in there. The finished motorcycle stands seven inches tall, and 13 inches long—perfect for when your kid inevitably mistakes it for Barbie’s sweet new ride.
For the Lego faithful, there’s even a special Lego Technic piece in the kit that commemorates 40 years of Technic models.
The kit is expected to go on sale in January, and will feature 3D build instructions in an interactive app in addition to the usual print guides.