Cloud-Rider Swoop Bikes is LEGO set 75215-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 8 scored reviews and 11 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 41.47% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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We purchased this set just for the minifigures initially, but once we built the speeder bikes, the kids had a lot of fun with them. The two minifigures aren't like what you'll find anywhere else in a Lego series, and they complement so many imaginative worlds of play. Our kids have used these minifigures along with Nexo Knights and Ninjago among others, and they fit right in. The bikes are fun, but the minifigures are where the real play value is in this set.
This is the exact type of Star Wars set I love getting from Lego. While there are some fantastic sets available, a lot of them are pretty expensive. It's great to see a fun set that won't break the bank. Pros: * Great minifigures! Aside from Beckett, the other two are completely unique to this set, and they're great characters from the movie. * Two fun vehicles. The speeder builds are similar, but different enough that you don't feel like you built the same thing twice. * Good accessories. Those who have seen the movie will love getting another canister of coaxium. Nest's weapon is also fun! Cons? None in my opinion. Lego should make a lot more sets along these lines.
I do wish we could see can see the Cloud Rider's faces under their helmets - at this point, I don't think we'd be spoiling Enfys' identity reveal, and we already know what Weazel looks like - remember him from the Phantom Menace? But otherwise, the swoop bikes look great and Star Wars fans are sure to have a blast.
All in all, this is a good set – probably one of the best ones out of this new LEGO Star Wars summer wave. The three minifigures are great and the two speeder bikes are quite good – not the most important, must-have vehicles but they are nonetheless done very well. Playability is alright but I do feel it is slightly limited since Beckett doesn't have a vehicle, though the price of the set is good.
The Swoop Bikes' design are sleek and the minifigures are excellent designs especially for those highly detailed Cloud Riders' members. The price tag is not entirely attractive based on the price count and I don't quite understand why there's a slight premium for this set as compared to similar sets based on this price range/piece count. Despite of the pricing, it is a set which I will consider favourably for these minifigures and the nice speeder bikes' designs for playing and worthy to add into your growing Star Wars play collection.
Solo: A Star Wars Story may not have blasted into hyperspace at the box-office but it has provided a lot of fresh material for LEGO designers. 75215 Cloud-Rider Swoop Bikes is a very successful little set that packs a coaxium-boosted punch and should be on the radar of any LEGO Star Wars fan.
Disappointments about certain aspects of the minifigures as well as criticisms of the overly large size of the swoop bikes aside, this is a lovely LEGO set, with fun vehicles and otherwise fantastic minifigures. Enfys Nest is my absolute favorite character in Solo (despite Han Solo being my favorite Star Wars character overall), and it's great to see her in minifigure form, accompanied by another intriguing character from her crew.
75215 Cloud-Rider Swoop Bikes is among my favourite Star Wars sets released in 2018. Not only does it contain a marvellous selection of exclusive minifigures but the swoop bikes compare favourably with the source material. Their large size beside the figures may bother some people but that decision has allowed the designer to include far more detail than would have been possible at a smaller scale.