Bike VM-02 Model Kit
Feeling like you’ve been a couch potato lately? Get up and create the spirit of the road when you assemble this UGears Bike VM-02 Model. Driven by a powerful rubber band motor, the motorcycle will ride as far as 10 feet in one winding, using energy produced by the motor and transmitted...
Detailed realistic design ensures that the Bike will be a popular addition to any home or office décor.
- Perfect STEM activity
- Contains 189 parts
- Assembly Time 2-4 hours
- Includes step-by-step instructions
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Exercise Your Mind, Use Your Hands, and Have Fun Building UGears Kits Available at Woodcraft – Great Gifts!
Woodcraft has added several unique and beautiful UGears model kits to its product line that are educational and fun to assemble. They also fit into the company’s mission to offer educational opportunities to its customers. In this case, the education is actually the assembly of precut high grade wood pieces to build carefully engineered boxes, vehicles, aircraft and more without glue or tools. Each creation features mechanical movement, and assembly is like putting together the pieces of a puzzle.
Took my time to assemble, about 4 hrs. Used paste wax instead of candle wax which made things smoother to put together.The rubber bands are a little challenge but they do work and its fun to use the "kick starter" to make it all work. Thanks Ugears and Woodcraft for a neat kit.
Great looking bike - very poor instructions
Once completed this motorcycle looks great. The instructions leave a lot to be desired. At crucial points, there is a lack of needed detail. There is a video - IN RUSSIAN. Some parts simply do not work. I guarantee that not one person in 20 gets the bike assembled And working. If you give up on the rubber band propulsion and just accept it as a model - it is Then doable. And it looks good. I'm surprised a fine company like WoodCraft is selling this Russian junk.