"I have had the opportunity to be able to use my independent time and to construct my brand new and incredible LEGO Harley Davidson motorcycle at home today - 1st August 2019.
I also found my experience of it challenging and the play of it is excellent.
My timing of completing the item was in four hours and 25 minutes.
In other words, I started the task at 2:50pm and I ended it at 7:15pm.
A big booklet of instructions was provided with the product.
This is helping you to look and to understand of what you go to do in order to build the whole model.
Completing each layer is displayed in four different parts - see attached photograph.
I appreciate the features of the product so there are many sections and they include solid-disc Lakester wheels with strong tyres to its teardrop fuel tank with printed logos, an inbuilt speedometer, an engine with two moving pistons, dual exhaust pipes, handlebar steering, a moveable gearshift pedal, brake levers, kickstand and a sturdy display stand.
This is finished with a dark red and black colour scheme to show it has an authentic touch rather than it being boring and left alone elsewhere.
On the other hand, if you find it difficult to identify what are the sizes or the dimensions of this product the measurements of them are 34 centimetres (13 inches) horizontally and 21 centimetres (8 inches) vertically - see attached photograph.
Alternatively, I admire the item and I purchased it as a special reward for doing a total of seven months hard work this year from January until July 2019.
Lastly, I thought I would share my positive comments in my new review by saying I'd recommend the LEGO Harley Davidson motorcycle to any fan who is interested in LEGO, anyone where may be starting to be novice LEGO builders and then gradually progressing their dreams to become LEGO Expert builders, some people could imagine about what they like of their interest of LEGO for example, inspiring others to join in with them in the LEGO community and how to enjoy building their creations they wish or want to achieve in the future."