So, what are your thoughts on the LEGO Chima speedorz? Do you like them? Do you have any yet? Which speedor is your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
In the case of the Lego Chima Speedoz sets, you get a motorcycle looking vehicle (speedor) that operates by getting the wheels to spin by inserting and pulling a ripcord through a special hole on either side of the front wheel, each speedorz also come with a minifigure rider and some stabilizing accessories to add to the vehicle. In addition to the game parts, you also each Lego Legends of Chima Game set come with Lego pieces to build the obstacle course for the specified challenges to collect as many CHI as you can and five playing cards.
LEGO Chima Speedorz are kind of like my specialty, and here is my LEGO Speedorz / Legends of Chima collection of ALL Speedorz up to Summer 2014! These kind of show the variety of LEGO Chima minifigures as well! As of August 1st, 2014, I currently own all thirty-three of the Speedorz from the twenty-seven Speedor sets out right now. This does include the LEGO Chima Fire VS Ice Speedorz, and they've appeared in various Chima episodes, from LEGO Chima episode 1 to LEGO Chima episode 27!
You can see all my LEGO Legends of Chima Speedorz reviews here:
I review 70140 Stinger Duel, one of the LEGO Legends of Chima 2014 sets from the Speedorz line! Shadowind is in this one, and it's surprisingly good, but still somewhat disappointing. LEGO Chima Speedorz sets always have nice minifigures, though!
Reviews of all LEGO Chima Speedorz sets!
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