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Lego Bike Shop Coming August 6

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Lego, the ultimate toy in this guy’s opinion, is releasing a bike shop as part of their City Collection.  The kit itself is called City Corner, and includes a bus and bus stop (public transportation…yay!), a Pizzeria and a Bicycle Shop, complete with mechanic, sign and…wait for it…security camera!  (Maybe Bart at Southpark Cycles had some input on the design)

Hit more to see other photos of/from the kit.  It’s expected to start shipping on August 6th for $59.99 USD from the Lego Store online.

I guess I know what my son is getting for Christmas this year…

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What, no spandex-clad lego people?  Here’s hoping for the Tour de France kit with team cars and bikes!  OMG, that would be awesome!

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That punk skateboarder’s totally going to steal that pizza.  The Lego City Corner bike shop kit comes with all these goodies, put together with only 483 pieces.  I say ‘only’ because the Millenium Falcon kit has 5,195 pieces ($499.99).

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Travis
Travis
14 years ago

This article kicked off a round of research for me that took me to Peeron.com and a list of all LEGO kits that have had bicycles in them. One of them, from 1987, is set 6699-1: Cycle Fix-It Shop.

Times were simpler then, apparently. No need for a security camera.

http://www.peeron.com/inv/sets/6699-1

Mikael
14 years ago

Lego actually made a set for Team Telekom with racing cyclists, a car and a podium for the winners.
You can see it over at Copenhagenize.com together with a host of other bicycle related Lego sets.

Cool bike shop, above.

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