LEGO partners with Harley-Davidson for a toy version of the American motorcycle manufacturer’s Fat Boy motorcycle. Featuring over 1,000 pieces, the model replicates the full-size Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, coming with solid-disc wheels, a teardrop fuel tank, an integrated speedometer, and dual exhaust pipes.
The LEGO Fat Boy measures seven inches high, seven inches wide, and 12 inches long. The toy features a number of moveable parts, including a rear tire that spins to show the Milwaukee-Eight engine with moving pistons and dual exhaust pipes. You can also turn the handlebar, move the gear shift and brake levers, and flip down the kickstand to display the bike. The LEGO Fat Boy is branded with Harley-Davidson logos on each side, while showcasing an authentic dark red and black color scheme mimicking the 2019 Fat Boy motorcycle’s Wicked Red paint job.
In celebration of the launch of the LEGO Fat Boy, a life-size model of the motorcycle — featuring silver coated parts, Wi-Fi animation control, sound and light effects that imitate a real Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, and 6,000 special LEGO elements — will be on display at select LEGO stores and Harley-Davidson events. The figure is made up of 69,569 pieces and took 865 hours to build.
LEGO’s 1,023-piece Harley-Davidson Fat Boy model ($100) releases August 1 at LEGO stores and online.