This mannequin was created for the BMW “Build to the future” Rebrick contest. The intention was to create a futuristic BMW motorbike whereas making an attempt to match the model and colours of the model. I didn’t attempt to add an excessive amount of Technic performance to the bike, I used to be reasonably specializing in the look and the general presentation/photographs. My submission entry was the next:
In the late 21th century solely autonomous linked autos are allowed on public roads. Motorcycle fans can compete on closed tracks. The BMW WR 1000 is without doubt one of the best examples of the specialised two wheelers constructed with a sole objective – pace. Continuing the legacy of the world pace report breaker WR 750, this 1,000-HP all-electric motorbike is the king of the tracks. It has two wheel hub motors powered by a quick-swap battery pack, enclosed in a light-weight carbon fiber tube body.
Main highlights of the mannequin:
– “tube body” manufactured from Technic axles and connectors
– quick-swap battery pack secured by a single pin
– built-in headlights and again lights with hidden wiring
– adjustable rear suspension
– entrance and rear hub wheel motors
– built-in cooler for the battery pack
– physique panels matching the BMW shade scheme
The unique photographs had a driver and a photo voltaic charging station, I didn’t embody them within the directions. Please word that this MOC was constructed for the competition as a stationary mannequin for the photographs, due to this fact it is not likely a mannequin to play with, reasonably a show mannequin.