Pop a Wheelie with these motorcycle toys for all ages



The holidays are upon us! If you haven’t done your shopping yet, you might be in a bit of a mess on Christmas morning. That said, you can still blame the postman if your gifts arrive a few days late. To that end, here is a great range of motorcycle killer toys to inspire and appeal to bikers of all ages.

Heading our list is the newest offering from Lego’s prestigious Technic vehicle replica line: its perfect reproduction of BMW’s first M-bike. The mighty M 1000 RR superbike is already a legend on racetracks around the world, and it’s a great project for any motorcycle enthusiast, kid or not. So whether you know a motorcyclist or want to raise one, there is a motorcycle toy here for almost everyone.

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BMW M 1000 RR

Technically, the Technic line of Lego replicas are ‘toys’, of course, but they’re perfect for the kid inside all of us. This all-new 1,920-piece Technic replica of BMW’s first M 1000 RR superbike won’t hit stores until January, but we love Bimmer and we love Lego, so we thought we’d let you know. This set gives Lego and Motorrad fans the opportunity to own the very first BMW motorcycle with the coveted M badge, with its roots in motorsport. This rep is technically precise and aesthetically stunning, with a fully functional three-speed gearbox, front and rear suspensions, front steering, gold chain, three different-screen dashboard options, and a printed windshield. .


Ride-on motorcycle for children

These rechargeable ride-on motorcycles are ideal for children as they provide balance training and increase traffic awareness. And, of course, it allows the little ones to step outside the screens and play outside, a struggle that all parents can relate to. They go forward (up to 4 mph) and backward (up to 2 mph), have USB and AUX inputs for music and other accessories, functional LED lighting for sports and are safe for all exterior floor surfaces. An eight to 12 hour charge provides about an hour of playtime. It has drive wheels to prevent tipping and is available in red, white or black.


Suzuki DR-Z400S diecast, scale 1:18

Not as many toys as collectibles, Welly manufactures dozens of collectible diecast motorcycles, including classics from Triumph and Norton, legendary sport bikes such as Gixxers and Ninjas, and modern motorcycles from Aprilia, KTM, BMW, Yamaha, and more. There’s even a full selection of off-road motorcycles and scooters. These 1:18 scale replicas are ideal for enticing young people to ride motorcycles, or even just as a stylish but sporty presentation in your office or library.


Ducati Panigale V4 S RC Motorcycle, Scale 1: 6

RC cars are all the rage so let’s give some love to an RC bike. Remote control cars and trucks have always been a childhood favorite for kids, and this fully functional, officially licensed Ducati RC from Upriser does vertical antics at the push of a button. It does a multitude of stunts, in fact, from drifts to donuts. It achieves an impressive speed (up to 12 mph) and runs for 45 to 60 minutes on a single charge.


Bat-Raptor DC Multiverse

The DC Multiverse is large and varied, indeed. Lucky for us (and toy makers around the world) superheroes need tons of gear and none have more than Batman. This three-wheeled, open-top Bat-Raptor replica of the Bat-dude is less of a motorcycle than a car – or maybe it’s more of a car than a motorcycle? Either way, it’s rad. Designed to accommodate DC Multiverse figures up to 7 inches (not included), it is based on Batman’s journey in the comics The Batman Who Laughs.


2014 Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883 Motorcycle, 1:12 Scale

Another company that produces tons of replica cars and motorcycles, Maisto makes several 1:12 scale Harleys for your favorite little rebel, including the Breakout, Electra Glide, Road King, Street Glide and even a Dyna. And right now, it looks like most of them are reduced by more than 50 percent. They would make a great Christmas stocking. Note that these are not die-cast replicas; in fact, several reviewers note that the models they received contained a disappointing amount of plastic components. Yet these are faithful reproductions that will inspire riders of all ages.


Ducati Panigale V4 R

Lego’s new BMW Technic (above) will be available on the Lego website on January 1, but you’ll be hard pressed to find it anywhere else – be it Amazon or other retailers – until later in 2022. In the meantime, this killer Ducati Panigale V4 R also has a gearbox and a functional suspension and is available in the iconic red livery to satisfy all budding Ducatisti. And from where we’re sitting, it’s a fraction of the price of the all-new Bimmer Technic.

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