The Motorcycle Mechanic has black legs, a black waist, a sand blue torso, yellow arms, and yellow hands. The printing on his legs depicts a grey chain draping down on the left, and an oil rag on his right. Printing on his torso depicts an unbuttoned, sleeveless, sand blue vest with pockets, and a white tank top underneath. Small sections of his arms and hairy chest are visible on the sides and top of the torso respectively. He has a printing depicting a red flame tattoo covering his left arm. The Motorcycle Mechanic has a yellow-coloured face, and printing depicts light-grey sunglasses with dark-grey frames that his eyes are not visible through, a brown mustache, and sideburns. He also has a red bandana covering his head.
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“Clunking sound? Yeah, that’s supposed to be there.”
When you want your ride to really roar, you take it to the Motorcycle Mechanic. He may look scruffy, but this veteran biker knows every inch of a motorcycle inside and out, and there’s no one else around who’s as good at making them perform their best.
Make no mistake: your bike may not look very pretty by the time the Motorcycle Mechanic gets done with it. His method of fixing up a part involves banging on it with his wrench until it works, and he says that any resulting dents, clanks or rattles just give a cycle more personality. But you’ll have to admit that after one of his repair jobs, it definitely runs faster, further, and above all LOUDER than ever before!
- In preliminary images, he had a Mohawk hair piece that was used by the Punk Rocker and Drummer, but in Black. This piece actually belonged to the Tomahawk Warrior.
- His tattoo arm printing is similar to Rex Fury's.
- The tattoo is on the left arm.
- He appears in Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu Episode 55 as a citizen of Stiix who chases the ninja. In the series, he has tattoos on both arms.