This is a motorbike that I made a while ago. Although it is a small build, it took a long, long time to make. I just had to get every single detail correct with all the small parts. The downside of this model is that the handlebars and the front wheel are separate from the rest of the bike. This means that you have to use a minifigure to hold it together, unless you choose to blu-tack it, which is not one of my preferred methods. I did choose to use the normal Lego City motorbike wheels, which actually fit on quite well and are of the same scale. You might have also noticed that the guy on it is standing up. If you haven't had a lot of experience making motorbikes out of Lego, this is probably not what you should want to achieve (unless you're making a trail bike).
Quoting Wormy McWorm
Love the bike, but I'm with Sam the first on this one, leave the figure out of the pictures!!!
I agree too now that i look at it again. There is only one problem though. the actual bike will fall apart into 2 pieces if you remove the guy. his hands are connecting the handlebars to the main bike and without him, it would be impossible to support the structure unless non-conventional methods are used to attach the sections. Thank you for the advice though.