MetalBeard's Heavy Metal Motor Trike! is LEGO set 70834-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. It is ranked in the bottom 30.66% scored sets on Brick Insights. Based on 4 scored reviews, 7 reviews total. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.
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When I first saw The Lego Movie 2 set's online, a few of them took my eye, I love crazy thrown together style, Heavy Metal MotorTrike seemed like a cool one to get and it doesn't disappoint the bricks came in 4 numbered bags and has a crazy ship/bike build feel, it took less than an hour to build and was very easy but really good fun, I really love the big front wheel and blade detail. The 2 x minifigs are nice, Benny being the best, love the retro break in the helmet (takes me back) and his replacement arm, I'm not sure about Sweet Mayhem yet but the quality and detail are very good. Value for money, I think this set is well priced, the box is eye catching instructions are easy to follow and the finished set is a good size with great playability (if your a kid) and will also look good on any shelf.
MetalBeard sets have proven to be quite popular, with the Sea Cow still high up on my LEGO bucket list. They're wacky, with a good chunk of steampunk and craziness mixed in, and a dash of shark on top. This is one set you'll want to have in your collection. It may go up in price when it retires, but I don't think it will, as it's quite high already, but it sure is a fun one.
The buggy sports durable, rubber tires that allow for a smooth ride on all surfaces. These are perfect for the LEGO movie 2 fans in your home.
This is an odd set, as it doesn't feel or look that big when building it. The finished build looks great and it's a unique take on the character, but when compared to say Emmet's House, a set with the same price point, this feels has it should be a little cheaper or at least feature a random piece of scenery or more characters. However I still quite like it, in particular how the build maintains similarities with other versions of MetalBeard, making it feel like you've take his original form and transformed him into another. Benny is also a big draw, especially if you want to collect all characters in all their varients. It's a fun build, with limited play features but visually fun, with a great use of parts.
This is a big, fun, chunky motor trike that makes the absolutely bonkers concept work, genuinely looking like something that could have turned up in Mad Max: Fury Road – if George Miller had been even more out there with his designs.