75040 LEGO Star Wars General Grievous' Wheel Bike

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75040 LEGO Star Wars General Grievous' Wheel Bike is rated 4.3243 out of 5 by 37.
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Beneath the planet surface of Utapau™, Obi-Wan Kenobi™ is in hot pursuit of General Grievous™ on his all-terrain Wheel Bike™ with cool details like a real turning wheel, double laser cannons and flick missile. When the terrain gets tough, extend the fold-out clawed legs and ride the steepest slopes. Can Obi-Wan catch his Separatist rival and bring him to justice? Includes Obi-Wan Kenobi minifigure and General Grievous figure with assorted weapons.

Dimensions: 7.52000" H × 1.81000" W × 10.31000" L

Shipping weight: 0.65 lbs.

UPC: 673419209380

Sub-brand: LEGO® Star Wars
Found in: Construction Toys
Appropriate for ages: 7 - 12

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting pieces The center wheel and surrounding detail is pretty cool and unique to this model. This is the 2nd generation of this model and in my opinion it surpasses the original by far. I bought 2 just for the pieces. Enjoy
Date published: 2015-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Utapau Chase This set contained so many great things, I don't know where to start! A movie accurate General Grievous, Obi-Wan, a new Wheel Bike, and TONS of functions! This is BY FAR the best set released in 2014. Minifigures: Grievous is one of the main reasons I bought this set; I originally hadn't thought of getting it, until my Clone Wars Grievous broke. Then I saw this set: $25, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and a movie accurate Grievous! He his basically exactly the same as the Clone Wars version, just some printing differences, and the color. I defiantly prefer this one to the Clone Wars one. Obi-Wan always is a great Minifig, but this is the best Episode III depiction yet! Complete with a new torso, and accurate Jedi Robe printing on the legs, this Obi-Wan is the best yet. The one thing I don't like about this set, though, is the lack of Lightsaber. But, after finally realizing that this was taken from the scene in the movie when Obi jumps off the Boga, I guess it makes sense that he doesn't have his Saber. (But why did Grievous have his?) Main Build: This set is 100 times better than the original 2005 Wheel Bike Chase. Even though it's lacking the Boga, I think it's much better. The bike itself looks much more movie accurate, and the legs are very articulated. The only problem with that, though, is the fact that it sometimes has a hard time standing up. That's only a minor problem, it only happens occasionally. I loved the fact that they used a clear version of a center of a wheel (I don't exactly know how to describe it) to make the middle of the bike, and covered the outside with the grey, black, light grey and silver pieces. My absolute favorite part of this set is the trans-purple pieces. This depicts my favorite scene from the movie: when Grievous types in his password to start the bike. I don't know exactly why, but that made me laugh since the first time I saw the movie. That was a great little addition. This, again, is my favorite set released in 2014. Because it's been on the shelves for over a year, I would recommend getting this before it retires!
Date published: 2015-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it My son loved this set. He built it pretty quickly. The set does not have a humongous number of pieces which are easy to lose.
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One word: minifigs Once I saw this set, I automatically set it at the top of my list. From what I can see of the other sets, this is by far the best set of its cost or lower. I have been wanting the Clone Wars Grievous for some time, so when I saw an even better version, I knew it was a must buy. Once I got twenty five bucks, I practically went straight to Walmart and bought it. I didn't think that it looked like a good set until I built it. It's somewhat satisfactory for a $25 build, but it isn't exactly my favorite set..... Anyways, I was kinda disappointed that it didn't include a spring loaded missile. I mean, it appears like they could fit it in there. Instead I got a flick fire which I will never use. Otherwise the set it okay. But the minifigs are what I truly came for. General Grievous is worth the whole $25. The color and printing are awesome and so is everything else on him. Of course, I expected him to be alot taller, and it woulda been nice for there to be a joint in the head so I can replicate him fighting in the clone wars of 2003. I personally would also want a white cape to act that out too, but this is a set based on the movies. The arms have very minimal playability, but its still much better than the oldest version. The set also includes an extra Lightsaber hilt of both the shiny and the light gray color but I guess it kinda expects you to supply the blue blade for Obi Wan. Obi Wan's figure is pretty cool too, but the set didn't include the boga and I didn't exactly get the set for Obi Wan. I would appreciate an extra minifig like a phase 2 Commander Cody or an aiborne trooper, either of those figures would make me scramble for the set. I mean, they coulda at least given us a spring loaded missile, but it's good for how I bought it: A way to get a really cool, new General Grievous.
Date published: 2015-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from General Grievous Wheelbike My son is a pretty big Star Wars fan at 4, so when he saw this as a Lego build he naturally wanted it. Genreal Grievous is pretty cool as a Lego, and we were stoked to get Obi as well. Fun and easy build.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Purchase Ever Finally! One of my most favorite scenes from Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, has been recreated! General Grievous's Wheel Bike comes in extraordinary detail just like in the movie! With two blasters and a flick missile launcher on the side, this all-terrain moving vehicle is a force to be reckoned with! Not to mention the excellent artwork on the characters! General Grievous himself looks amazing! This set also comes with an incredibly large amount of weapons! I truly felt that I got my money's worth on this set!
Date published: 2014-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Hello there!"-Obi-Wan I bought this great set for my birthday, and was very impressed! I first watched Episode 3 when I was ten, and it is probably one of my favorite star wars movies. This scene was a great scene in the movie and I felt that Lego portrayed it well. The Minifigures: Personally, I love the minifigs that come with this set. They are detailed beyond belief. Obi-Wan comes with a double sided face:angry and stern. He also has a nice detailed torso and leg printing to give him a whole jedi tunic. His weapon is a gun. I sorta wish he came with a lightsaber for the lightsaber duel in this scene. He is exclusive to this set. Grievous is AWESOME!!! He has 2 arms that attach to the torso, and two arms that attach to the other two arms. He also has legs that clip onto the torso. One thing about him that I didnt like is that his arms are sorta flimsy. He comes with 4 LIGHTSABERS 2 green and 2 blue, and a magnaguard staff. Also exclusive. Great minifigures. The Set: I really like how this set rolls on the wheel. It can also stand on legs. There is also a missile you can shoot. The only thing I wish was changed about the set was how it is somewhat hard to function the legs up and down. Overall, great set. Very much worth your money. Great minifigs. I recommend.
Date published: 2014-10-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from meh this set was a a pretty big disappointment, I must say. I hate this version of grievous, he is not accurate to the movie and the arms are really weird. the weird staff is way out of proportion and quite ugly. the Obi wan minifig was ok, but I would have liked to get his lightsaber too, instead of the awful staff. I must say, this set also suffers from the lack of boga, because obi wan has no way to chase the bike. I would have been fine with another 15 dollars on the price had they added her. the only reason this set gets a three is because it looks cool, is pretty stable in walker form, and is a whole lot of fun too roll around. all in all, if youj realy want this set you could get worse, but if you are just looking around, you can certainly get better
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much Improved Wheel Bike I had thought about buying this set since it was first released, I didn't because I didn't know if it was worth the price. (the set from 2005 included Boga for $5.00 more) But now that I own it I see that it is well worth the price. The bike itself is AWESOME and the minifigures are even better. the new General Grievous is the same as the Clone Wars version but with an ep 3 color scheme. He is so much better than the 2005 version. My only complaints are that Lego has not created a cape piece for him, and he cannot sit down properly. Obi Wan is much the same as the one from set 9494, Anikin's Jedi Interceptor but is still very cool, I really liked the great leg printing. The only con for him is that he has no lightsaber, I know that Grievous has four but still, Obi Wan is a Jedi and deserves a lightsaber. but I will easily be able to find him one. Back to the bike, it is SO much better than the 2005 version I owned. It's driver's seat is great, the target button on the side is awesome, as is the gun holder in the back. the seat however, does not hold Grievous well with lightsabers in hand. The missile launcher is extremely lame and only shoots about two inches. The bike rolls great with the handle in the back and is great for play. The blasters on the side look pretty cool. I really like the new legs, they make it easy to display the set, and also are good for play. Pros: Minifigs-incredibly detailed, great staff weapon- Roll function. Legs, so cool. No stickers. always a pro since it can be such a hassle to put them on correctly. Cons: No Boga! I had the 2005 set which included Boga but due to my age at the time I let it break and lost most of it's pieces, I would have liked a new one. No lightsaber for Obi Wan. I could have used a few droids to watch the battle but understand why they were left out. Overall a great set that I would recommend to any Lego Star Wars fan. TheGlader
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from wheel bike this is an ok set. i saw it at the store and was like "looks cool" but to be honest the anikans interceptor is a better set. it doesnt have really any functions but the legs and when its on ball mode they scrape the floor . this set could have featured boga the ride of obi wans . overall good for looks not so much for play because the unsturdiness in the legs.
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from General Grievous Back with another review. Obi wan is nice figure and he comes with an electro staff and we should have gotten a magna guard. Grievous is one of my favorite mini figures in the line. The wheel bike is awesome. This is the best set in this wave. There is a major flaw in this set. No BOGA!!! So now onto the final verdict. overall I give this set a B+
Date published: 2014-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wheel bike This set was pretty good, the leg design was not great and mostly got in the way, Obi wan kenobi could have done with a lightsaber as well, characters are great though, including the new Obi Wan Overall a great buy
Date published: 2014-07-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent at Best First off, I will say that the problem with the set is in what is not included. A very integral part of this scene was Boga, the varactyl that Obi-Wan chased Grievous on, and it is not even included in this set. I get that it was done due to price restrictions and for the ability to make Boga another set of its own. However, I would've paid $50 for the varactyl to be included. What we do get is decent; I had been hoping that the new, movie-version Grievous would look like what we got in the Yoda Chronicles series. Nope, just a repaint of Clone Wars, with weird proportions. Obi-Wan is amazing, now with leg print and better details. The electrostaff is bad; I hoped for trans purple lightsaber hilts, not awkward diamonds. The wheel bike itself is pretty good, just small, which is the set's biggest problem: $25 is too much for what you get. I say build your own, and pocket the money for the summer wave.
Date published: 2014-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from best rendition This set is definitely the best rendition of itself. The minifigures are the main reason to get this set. The general Grievous is by far better than the clone wars version and original version. Obi-Wan is also better than most of his predecessors. I think that the set is way over priced, the original one was around the same price, and it included a Boga with it. If we got a Boga with this set it would have made it perfect. All in all it is a great set and I think that every Star Wars fan should get it.
Date published: 2014-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This was bad i got it for my self and it was really bad its only good because of the 2 minifigures it comes with
Date published: 2014-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool wheeler...now if only we could catch it... This is an awesome set. Really, it's pretty cool. LEGO, I'm going to take you back to 2005 using the CUUSOO DeLorean Time Machine. You released a set much like this one. It had Obi-Wan, General Grievous, and a Wheel Bike. You know what else it had? BOGA THE LIZARD!!! I cannot describe how crucial it was for you to include this thing. How IS Obi-Wan supposed to catch up to Grievous, huh? Got me. I'm telling you right now, there are some high priced sets out there, but you could have gotten an extra $10-15 dollars out of me had you included Boga. I'm very disappointed. However, we can focus on the set itself for a moment... THE WHEEL BIKE: This is a very impressive vehicle. It includes a spot for General Grievous to sit (just don't tip it over or he'll fall out), real rotating wheel, and fold out legs. Impressive build, fun build. A very fun escape speeder. MINIFIGURES: -Obi-Wan Kenobi: This new Episode III version of Obi-Wan is probably my favorite. He's got neatly cut red hair, a determined or an angry face (this bearded face is great...I may make a custom Chuck Norris figure with an extra one of those), and great printed legs and torso for tan robes. He comes with a blaster to defeat Grievous but unfortunately no lightsaber. A minor detail, since we've all got an extra one of those somewhere. Great Jedi! -General Grievous: The best Star Wars villain to have an action scene with. Thank goodness he's here again, since my 2010 one broke at the neck clip; hopefully this one will be sturdier. He is the Revenge variant rather than Clone Wars, and comes with four lightsabers, two blue and two green. He's got that nasty cyborg look that really hits home for a great minifigure. Also, there is a Magna Guard electro staff made out of a stick and purple diamonds. Well thought out, actually. Awesome fig! OVERALL: This set is a lot of fun. Really. It goes great with the Utapau Troopers battle pack, or can be a ball on it's own. Each set is a little overpriced, five bucks less would have been better. Could have been thirty-five, if only we'd had that poor, left out giant lizard. I recommend this set, but be prepared for a very large, gaping, black hole in your playtime when you realize that there's no reason for Obi-Wan to be having a close-combat fight with Grievous, anyway...there's no way he could even catch him.
Date published: 2014-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Jedi Scum!" I knew the moment I saw this set I would have to buy it. This small set features General Grievous, Obi Wan, and of course the Wheel Bike itself. The Mini Figures are perfect in my opinion, my favorite being Obi Wan, and their weapons are nice and fitting such as the Magna Guard staff. The Bike has a simple flick fire cannon, a fully spinning wheel, and legs that can be positioned to go into Driving or Walking mode. This set is perfect for any Star Wars fan. My only complaint is that I would of liked another figure like a Magna Guard or even Commander Cody.
Date published: 2014-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Set If your looking for a relatively cheap, but still awesome set this is the one to get. -Minifigures- One of the things I love about this set is the new ep.3 General Grievous...he is very movie accurate and includes four lightsabers. Obi One is good, although I'm not a huge fan of the head, but otherwise serves as a good representation of Obi One. -The Set- In the end, I was actually surprised at how much I liked this set and even the sheer size. It is much bigger than the old one (although I still love the old set) and the coolest part is where Grievous sits, as it fits well and includes a very neat printed purple control piece, which is exactly what you see in the movie. Lastly, the legs can lift up to put the bike in "rolling" mode, and works perfectly. In conclusion, for $25, you really can't go wrong with this set!
Date published: 2014-05-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from So disappointed My son has been begging for this set for weeks. We received it this weekend and put it together. The build was entertaining, but play has been terrible. Pieces fall off of the Wheel Bike every time he tries to play with it. And the General Grievous character (the reason my son wanted the set) falls apart every time he moves him. We have dozens and dozens of LEGO sets and this has been the single most frustrating set my son has ever played with. I'd return it if it were up to me.
Date published: 2014-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes a Wheel Bike that Rolls Well! The pictures do not do it justice. I remember when his wheel bike first came out. It was a good design, but it was difficult for it to actually fold up well and roll. This product here completely solves that issue and is a lot cooler of a design. Awesome product for any fan to have! Pros: Great design of the figure. Actually rolls and legs fold up and out for a lot of play. Cons: Nothing really.
Date published: 2014-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Set! I bought this set the other day. It's really easy to build and comes with great minifigures. I do thinck that they could have put some more figures in though. I think it's wierd that when we buy the really cheap sets (12 to 20) we get more minifigures. If you pay more, shouldn't you get more? Anyway other than the amont of people, I think it's great! I would definately recommend this.
Date published: 2014-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from General Grievous!!!! A great set and villain to add to your Star Wars playtime's! The wheel bike is very unique and interesting by itself. Alot of detail was put into this which adds to the uniqueness of it. The bike can roll quite well and when you want it to be stationary it has legs that pop out and it can stand well enough on its own. There are some nice cannons on it too. The minifigures (if you can call Grievous a minifigure, more like a SUPER minifigure!) are nice. Grievous is rocking with those 4 lightsabers... bring it on jedi!! Obi Wan has nice detail, in particular with his face and hair. Recommended!
Date published: 2014-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set This set is definitely one of the greatest sets I have. It is way better than the older version (Except for the fact that it does not come with Obi-Wan's giant lizard, so it looks like he's trying to run after a giant wheel.) mainly because this one is much more detailed, the minifigures are awesome, and this one rolls. (I'm not sure if the old one does, but I think it doesn't.) Also, General Grievous looks a lot more detailed and better than the last one. There is one thing I don't like, however. This set does not have a lightsaber rack, even though it is very easy to add your own. (You just need 2 black claws and then stick them in a hole for an axle.) But all in all, this set is great!
Date published: 2014-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from General Grievous strikes again! I got a Lego voucher for Christmas and I just couldn't wait to spend it. I had been anticipating these new-wave sets, but this one really stood out. For a start, Grievous ahs only been available in reasonably expensive sets recently, and as this is only £20, it's a welcome change to have Grievous easily accessible.. Pros; Grievous, new Obi Wan and moving leg/ wheel function. Cons; In the film and the previous version of this set, Obi Wan rode a varactyl, but not in this version, and it could have come with a lightsaber for Obi Wan. Overall, I'd give this set an8/10.
Date published: 2014-03-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Set Im not going to say much so ill just do pros/cons Pros: Grevious, New Obi-wan, New Wheel bike Cons: No Obi-Wan lightsaber, wheel bike is hard to spin
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from General Grevious' Wheelbike 2014 Before I start, I would like to note that the last time I had a Grevious figure was the original figure in the early 2000's. This was an amazing purchase. The detail on the wheel bike is movie accurate, and even has a pinkish purple-ish control panel. The legs were a pain to build, because I messed up about 3 times. (That's what happens when you only get 5 hours of sleep!) Annnd I think the fact that I hate building multiples made me hate the leg part even more. The Wheel itself was surprisingly easy and even fun at times to build. The only problem I have is with the legs not standing perfectly straight. Other that that, perfect vehicle! Grevious. The General is one of my favorite baddies in the Clone Wars Era. The new model has WAAAAY more detail than the one that came with his original starfighter. The only thing I can "complain" about is his arms, although even that is hard to complain about. I liked the original figure's arm holders, chiefly because you could have all four arms on at once and it would still look like two, making the "surprise!" arms more surprising. The new arm feature, however ,is also excellent. I can actually make it look like he is doing the spinny blade trick now! Yay! Suburb figure, and the coloring is better than the Clone Wars and original figures. Obi-Wan Kenobi, my favorite Jedi in the Clone Wars era, tailed by Ahsoka. In my honest opinion, this is THE best minifigure of Obi-Wan to date. Past ones had bad hair, bad robes, weird face, etc. But THIS one is amazing. The detail is perfect. I've seen people complaining about him not coming with a lightsaber, or that his electrostaff is too big or too weird, but I'm actually fine with all those things. I have a chrome hilt blue saber as a spare, and this was the perfect set to give it to. Play factor: 4.6/5: Could have used a Boga "figure" or a Cody, but that would bump the price up so it's understandable. Price: 5/5: Total: 5/5: Excellent set. Bravo LEGO, Bravo!
Date published: 2014-03-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but not very good The set is nice but Grievous is dissapointing his new look is not accurate to the movie! In the movie Grievous isnt white! The wheel bike is good but its hard to play with and it gets destroyed easily. Kenobi was good but it was bad that we didnt get the lightsaber! Instead we got a ridicioulus looking staff that i didnt even want to use! The only thing that wasnt bad was the look of the wheelbike and Kenobi. This set is not a very good play set and it can be hard for smaller kids to build it.
Date published: 2014-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So Close. . . First of all, this set is GREAT! The bike has a flick missile and rolls really well. The legs are built with a ball-and-socket, so they are really moveable but hard to place. Obi-Wan and General Grievous are both really well detailed. The only problem is that the set should've had Commander Cody. Pros: Flick Missile Rolling Wheel Obi-Wan: 10/10 Gen. Grievous: 9/10 Cons: Lack of Commander Cody Hard to pose legs This set is definitely worth the buy!
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great set!! General Grievous' Wheel Bike™ Was great set!! Wheel bike 10 The wheel bike was great it look more realistic than the 2005 version.But you should replace the flick fire missile into spring missile. General Grievous 9 This version of General Grievous was awesome but you could have added a cape and a container for the lighsabers of Grievous.It could be awesome if the armor could be opened and revealed its organs. Obi-wan 9.5 Obi-wan has two faces one is in a serious expression one is an angry expression which is great.You could added a lightsaber for obi-wan.Great detaling on obi-wan.You could have added a boga because in the 2005 version it has an boga. Could have added some utatapu troopers Overall a great set 9.5/10
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Wow! This is an amazing set. The new Grievous is amazing and much more accurate in white instead of tan, and I love the Obi Wan figure (with an awesome double sided head). the bike itself it superb. The wheel works on every surface and the legs look really good (of course they work well too). Some people have been bothered by the fact that Obi Wan doesn't have a lightsaber, but in the movie it fell out of his hand and dropped really far down. I mean it is movie accurate, which is nice, but I would have liked one anyway. Thankfully, I had an extra one, so I gave him that. I think it would have been nice to get Boga with this set, but that would have raised the price quite a bit, so I think I can live without her (yes Boga is a girl). Pros: Great figures Sweet bike Very movie accurate Lots of detail Good price Cons: Maybe could have used a lightsaber Would have been cool to get another figure, maybe Commander Cody or one of the Utapau Troopers, but they weren't really in this exact scene. Still would have been cool though
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best grievous yet!!!! this set has great mini figure and are cool but really i bought this set for greivous. we have never gotten a grievous this cheap in a set. obi-wan 9/10 i wish he came with a light saber greivous 9/10 do not like the side arms staff 4/10 weres the magna guard and way to big know the set pros awesome extra pink control disk the wheel in the middle the missile and the feet control cons the legs the orange side lights don't stay on the one note i have is that the flick missile isn't movie accurate
Date published: 2014-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Wheel Bike Rolls Again 9 years, ago, in 2005, Lego came put with the first General Grievous Wheelbike. Now, Lego has come out with an awesome improvement! The mini figure choice is pretty good. General Grievous' new version looks cool, and so does Ob-Wan's. However, Obi-wan doesn't come with his lightsaber, and there's no where to put Grievous' four lightsabers. :( Another con is that the set doesn't include Boga, the reptile creature that Obi-Wan rides to pursue Grievous. He was included in the 2005 version, but wasn't included in this version. Oh well... at least they kept the price down in the process. The set itself looks very good, however. It can roll fairly well on any surface, and looks awesome. Its also cool how it can convert between walker mode and wheel mode. In the end, this is the best set out of this wave, because of its uniqueness. Anyway, its not every day when you get something that looks like a killer unicycle! :)
Date published: 2014-02-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disconnected Moving Parts Overall product is well designed. The design appears to have good play ability, thought I don't really 'play' with Legos any more. Its display ability is low due to the four moving arms that don't remain consistent across its plane. the Claw Legs add to the disconnectedness and simply make it cumbersome to work with. The central body build, especially the wheel, are great, and it is quite simple to put together. There is one lack of symmetry, which would have required one additional piece (and should have been included) but this is nick-picky. Lack of light saber for Obi-Wan is disappointing, but on the other side, General Grievous is fantastic.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Bad Droid and his hot rod are back!:P:P When this set first came out in 2005, I missed out and didn't buy it, but when I heard about this set I knew I was going to buy it. Now, this set is quite sturdy and is very detailed. I also like the new staff design. I love the new General Grievous, he is very well detailed and epic!:D Pros: Grievous Wheel bike Obi-Wan Low price Staff Cons: None!:D This is an awsome set! Good job Lego!:D:D
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Looking Set This set looks as good as it does in the pictures, if not better. Not to mention, the mini figures are awesome and limited
Date published: 2014-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great new set Managed to pick this up early at my local Lego store. Perfect Valentine's gift for my 4-year-old Lego Wunderkind. The build was fairly straightforward. Really enjoyed the track technique on the wheel, and the giant clear wheel will come in handy in countless other builds. There are a few pretty rare pieces and lots of Technic pieces as well. The value is also great. Really happy to see the 2014 Star Wars sets are all below $70 USD. I used some VIP points on this, so at $15 total it was a no brainer. But I would have easily paid the full price. My son loves it and it has already (in the span of hours) become a central part of his Lego collection. The fact that he's a General Grievous fanatic didn't hurt either. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2014-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No decision, just buy it :) One of my easiest reviews in a long time: Pros: Everything (Brilliant exclusive figs -especialy grievous- and super ultra nice wheelbike which can be transformed in a walker) Cons: Nothing (Maybe only the staff for obiwan, seems kinda not SW like for me) All in all, it is an 10 of 10.. So just go and buy it! See ya next time :)
Date published: 2014-02-02

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75040 LEGO Star Wars General Grievous' Wheel Bike

75040 LEGO Star Wars General Grievous' Wheel Bike

by LEGO®

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 12

Dimensions: 7.52000" H × 1.81000" W × 10.31000" L

Shipping weight: 0.65 lbs.

UPC: 673419209380