Another new wheel size(!)

Mountain biking in Legoland seems like a pretty awesome deal – the jumps are sweet, the dirt is perfect, it never rains and your bike is always clean.

>>> No-risk gift ideas for mountain bikers

Collectible Minifigures Series 19 released in September.

16 figures from the set 71025

Gamer with gamepad, headset and computer game
From the bathroom with squeaky duck and brush
Black Knight with Shining Sword and Shield with Bat Emblem
Red priest with scepter
Photographer
Mummy with Scorpion
Jungle explorer with Charmelion
Fireman with megaphone
Dog sitter with 2 dogs, shovel and dog pile
Man in pizza costume
Interstellar bounty hunter with “Wanted” poster
Woman with floral clothes with flamingo and scion
Green rugby player
Man in fox costume, bag and chicken
Man in bear costume with heart and rainbow fan

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Mountain biker with helmet and mountain bike.

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Check out some other Lego-tastic mountain bike stories…

The all new LEGO mountain bike is here!

Oxburger Studios: “The ALL NEW LEGO Mountain Bike is here! It’s the perfect new bike for anyone looking to hit the trails in the LEGO universe. Check it out!”

Here’s the original Lego mountain biking video…

One of the most creative mountain bike videos we’ve ever seen.

Lego is one of the classic Christmas presents that every kid should receive at some point in their life but this video shows that us adults can have some fun with plastic bricks too.

The quality on this video would mean you could genuinely mistake it for an out take from the Lego Movie and the attention to detail is great – it must have taken so much time to make. We love the little references to mountain bike culture such as Norbs getting robbed and the title “Brown Pow Absolute Annihilation Shred Volume VI”.

The guys behind this video, Oxburger Studios, have also done a load of other Lego stop motion films that you should definitely check out on their YouTube channel if you get the time.