Lego shares content to mark launch of Lego City Stuntz

Published on: 26th October 2021

As the Lego City Stuntz range launches at retail, Lego has partnered with Bold Dog FMX to produce an exciting freestyle motocross video.

The video, which can be viewed on YouTube and on Facebook, shows the daredevil athletes from Bold Dog FMX build stunt courses with the new Lego City Stuntz sets and then take the creative ideas of the kids to real courses to replicate them in real life.

The Lego City Stuntz sets, first unveiled at the end of August, offer a new play experience which allow kids to create their own adrenalin-fuelled stunts.

The range includes six new products, each enabling kids to play out real-world scenarios and decide what their heroes will do, giving them control of their own stories and adventures. The collection comprises the Lego City Stunt Park, Lego City Stunt Show Truck. Lego City Stunt Show Arena, Lego City Demolition Stunt Bike, Lego City Rocket Stunt Bike and Lego City Stunt Competition.

New features include launch ramps, flywheel stunt bikes, obstacles, building Lego flames and endless challenges, competitions and performances. Those looking for even greater thrills can combine sets from Lego City Stuntz for even more show stopping performances and possibilities.

The new Lego City Stuntz sets are suitable for builders aged five and up and are available now.



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