Batman JUSTICE LEAGUE Transforming Batcycle
Join Batman and The Atom on a grand cycling adventure! Batman's state of the art batcycle is speedy and always ready for action, especially considering it can transform into a fully articulated robot that The Atom slots into on the top.
In 1966, the Batcycle made its first appearance on the Batman TV show, and it was a big hit. They took it on loan and only used it in the first season episode, "Not Yet, He Ain't."
It was later in the year that a new Batcycle came out. It was made by Kustomotive, designed by Tom Daniel, and built by Dan and Korky Korkes with a Yamaha Catalina 250. It was made by Dan and Korky Korkes. In 1966, it was rented to 20th Century Fox for $50 a week with an extra $350 paid up front. It was rented for 50 weeks. When Batman came out in 1966, he used a new Batcycle. It was used in all of the TV shows that came after that. It was mostly Victor Paul and Hubie Kerns who did the stunt work with the motorcycle in the show. To Kustomotive, we paid them $2,500. During the end of the show, Kustomotive used the Batcycle at car shows and paid Greenway, 20th Century Fox, and National Periodical Publications for the rights. A company called Kustomotive made four replicas of the Batcycle so that they could show them off on tours.
Authenticated by Burt Ward on the show Hollywood Treasure, Robin's sidecar (a self-propelled vehicle that can be taken apart) sold at auction for $30,000.
- Ages: 4+
- Size: 30.0 x 30.0 x 6.0 cm
- MPN: DXX16
- Batteries: N/A
- Weight: 650 g
- EAN: 887961405279