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MS-1 Streak Speeder Bike, MS-2 Shocker Speeder Bike, and MS-3 Vector Speeder Bike
You thought that these things were fictional, did you not? Well, think again, bub.
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Inspired by the classic 20th and 21st Century Star Wars movies and plethora of movies, video games, toys (which also included a LEGO theme), comics, anime, manga, cartoons, and television shows, the Gaea Federation decided to go forward with its own variant of the classic Speeder Bike. Rather than just be content with one model, they have so far produced three of them for usage in a variety of fields ranging from police duties to reconnaissance duties.

The MS-1 Streak was essentially modeled after the Speeder Bikes of the pre-Galactic Empire stories of the Star Wars saga as opposed to the smaller and more streamlined Speeder Bikes of the Galactic Empire and post-Galactic Empire stories of the Star Wars saga. Containing no guns, the bike was solely designed for spy duty. Despite its somewhat more nimble nature than its later incarnations, the people that had used such a Speeder Bike complained that they were without guns or enough speed, so the MS-2 Shocker Speeder Bike was created.

The MS-2 alleviated the problems of the gunless Streak Speeder Bike and it was also somewhat faster than it, too. However, it was also a bit of a 22nd Century version of a gashog and its range was somewhat limited and some riders had also complained that it still did not have enough speed, so the MS-3 Vector was created.

The MS-3 Vector is also more widely referred to as the Mohawk for obvious reasons. However, the official designation is known as the Vector because certain members in the ruling council of the Gaea Federation felt like it was an affront to certain groups of people that were in North and South American nations, in particular, in the United States of America. However, despite being the fastest Speeder Bike around, the big fin that helped give it a bit more power than the previous models of Speeder Bikes also had hindered its rearview capabilities for its riders, even with having holomirror sensors being installed in the back of the Speeder Bike like the other two models.

(Editor's Notes: These are my first attempts ever at making some speeder bikes and they are also my first entries in the contest that Dali Zheng has for the Speeder Bike Contest. I may not win the contest but, like any other true LEGO builder, I had some fun in building my designs for the contest anyway.)



Comments

 I made it 
  September 12, 2014
Quoting A M Nice color scheme and great design!
Thanks, A M!
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  March 2, 2013
Nice color scheme and great design!
 I made it 
  December 31, 2012
Quoting Kayla Rhodes Cool! Nice design! I like the color!
Thanks, Kayla. Keep up your good work, too.
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  August 12, 2012
Cool! Nice design! I like the color!
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  June 9, 2012
Quoting JWG 258 For some reason, it reminds me more of F-Zero X than star wars.
Well, there's a few reasons on why it looks more like F-Zero X than Star Wars. The first reason was that I've never owned very many Star Wars LEGO sets, so I had to make do with what I owned. The second reason is that I didn't have the little handlebar piece that LEGO Star Wars speeder bikes (not to mention other LEGO sets) use, so I had to use that specialty 1x2 piece for its handlebars. The third and final reason is that I think that the other piece is a bit more flimsy in comparison to the one that I used and I can also say this from a real-world perspective. The reason that I'm saying this is because three wheelers, four wheelers, and jet skis all have this annoying and potentially dangerous steering system which tend to snap off of those vehicles and do cause many wrecks. I figured that the ficticious guys that had made this speeder also had those thoughts in mind when they were building this speeder bike (and the same goes for that guy in Australia who is building that real-life speeder bike, too).
 I made it 
  June 9, 2012
Quoting Matthew Oh Not bad! I made a speeder too, although it is not as good as yours! My skills lie in other directions than making speeders. Great moc, and keep up the good work!
Thanks, Matthew, but don't be so hard on yourself when it comes to building speeders. Even though this was my first rodeo on this particular build, it doesn't mean that you're going to always be awful when you build speeders. What you need to do is to give yourself some positive thinking and then keep building and also keep improving on what you build, too. Remember, Thomas Edison worked on the light bulb around 1,000 times or so, yet when he felt like that he was going to give up, another part of him thought that it could be done because the science was there and that the materials were right, so all that he had to do was to believe in himself and the end result was the light bulb that we still use to this day.
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  June 5, 2012
For some reason, it reminds me more of F-Zero X than star wars.
 I like it 
  May 25, 2012
Great stuff!
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  May 24, 2012
Not bad! I made a speeder too, although it is not as good as yours! My skills lie in other directions than making speeders. Great moc, and keep up the good work!
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  June 8, 2011
An M:Tron bike! What a great idea! Maybe it's time to re-visit my M:Tron sets. Thanks for the really encouraging comment on my MOC too - I hope you get your Lego sent to you soon and can do some more building, but in the meantime, hope the new home & work continue to treat you well.
  May 12, 2011
Re-ally nice bike dude. Really,how often do you see an M-tron bike? Anyway, I've come here about your tremendous kindness to others. What you said to Sayomi was the nicest thing anyone has said to anybody. You're probably thinking,"He isn't serious,is he?"I am dead serious. That was really nice. Great job,man.-RJ.
 I like it 
  May 3, 2011
Glad to hear that you are back, man! I'd been wondering what you were up to...
 I made it 
  April 26, 2011
Quoting crash 703 It looks cool. Although I can't really make out the details because they picture is so fuzzy. Also using a white background helps too.
Well, crash, at the time, I only had a normal camera as opposed to a digital camera (it came a few weeks later), so I had to make do with a nice summer day, and my normal, non-digital camera, and take the pictures outside. As for your creations, well, obviously, I have a little more training to do with making better LEGO MOCs but that won't happen for a while, certainly not at least until I move back to California...:(
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  April 19, 2011
It looks cool. Although I can't really make out the details because they picture is so fuzzy. Also using a white background helps too.
 I made it 
  April 8, 2011
Quoting Seth Doroshuk Dude, This thing is so good that I'd like to have this as a lego set!!! Good work!!! :D
Thanks for the compliment, Seth.
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  June 8, 2010
Dude, This thing is so good that I'd like to have this as a lego set!!! Good work!!! :D
 I made it 
  May 23, 2010
Quoting Parrington Levens Neat!
Thanks, Parrington.
 I like it 
  May 12, 2010
Neat!
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  September 3, 2009
Quoting Alan Crisp HA! An M-Tron bike. Nice. I like the fan tail, never seen one before on any hover bike.
Thanks, Alan (coincidentially, that is not only my middle name but how you also spell it, too). While it looks nice aesthetically, it is actually kind of restrictive and bulky, which kind of goes against the grain for a speeder bike. In short, it makes for one big blind spot for the driver of the speeder bike, even with holomirrors on the speeder bike. I am glad that you like it, though, but I guess that it was nice to try something that was different and new on a speeder bike. It just is not very safety conscious, though.
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  September 3, 2009
HA! An M-Tron bike. Nice. I like the fan tail, never seen one before on any hover bike.
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  September 3, 2009
HA! An M-Tron bike. Nice. I like the fan tail, never seen one before on any hover bike.
 I made it 
  August 16, 2009
Quoting paul lefevre Sorry but my HIND is destroy but thank's for the advice.
Okay, but that is for future reference, Paul. At any rate, the DinoForce/Dino 2010 helicopter set (the Typhoon, I believe it is called) would be another set that you could use for those kinds of windows as well as get some additional parts for a Mi-25 Hind helicopter in LEGO form. At any rate, what is your opinion about my speeder bike?
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  August 16, 2009
Sorry but my HIND is destroy but thank's for the advice.
 I made it 
  August 15, 2009
Quoting Crimso Giger What Cody said - Nice speeder ! I'm not very good with speeder bikes : you've done a nice one really, too bad for the blurry pics, maybe you could try new shots ? :-)
I guess my first mistake was taking them in the evening but then again, it was hot that day, and I had never tried it outside before, Crismo. As I said earlier, this was also my first attempt at making a speeder bike, so I was rather inexperienced at making them myself.
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
Loving the M:Tron vibe! Great work on it! I've recently got into M:Tron again as well on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/phoenixknighttemplar/3796138331/
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
Great job, speeder bikes are a cool concept and your is brilliant.
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
What Cody said - Nice speeder ! I'm not very good with speeder bikes : you've done a nice one really, too bad for the blurry pics, maybe you could try new shots ? :-)
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
nice one! the main pic is a tiny bit blurry, but the moc itself is great. 5/5
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
nice one! the main pic is a tiny bit blurry, but the moc itself is great. 5/5
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
nice one! the main pic is a tiny bit blurry, but the moc itself is great. 5/5
  August 10, 2009
very nice design. simple but effective. thanks for adding me to ur favs. I hope my mocs can inspire u on future mocs. :)
 I made it 
  August 8, 2009
Quoting paul lefevre Nice speeder-bike and cool design.nice job!!
Thanks. These were my first ever attempts at speeder bikes, so if they look a bit primitive, then that is because I truly do not have a lot of experience building them. Then again, California has lots of Craigslist LEGO sales and I will also be living like two or three miles down the road from LEGOLAND in the future, so I guess life has its nice little ways of balancing itself out, hmm?
 I like it 
  August 7, 2009
Nice speeder-bike and cool design.nice job!!
 
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