BackgroundSomewhere in cyberspace, there lived an un-named, advanced species, on a world divided into six regions: Dust, Ice, Lava, Stone, Power, and Swamp. A mysterious enemy arrived on their world and unleashed a virus, which spread across their world.
To counter the virus, the species created wheel-shaped armour for themselves, and six motorcycle-like machines, called RoboRiders, to travel in. The RoboRiders could fire elemental blasts by launching their rider. Eventually, the RoboRiders vanquished the virus and saved their world.
It was never revealed who the Boss RoboRider was. It has been speculated that he was either the one who unleashed the virus, or that he was the leader of the RoboRiders. The promotional sets never appeared in the storyline but it has been speculated they were created to help the Roboriders.
Power's City-Realm is not a safe place to be. This world is a huge city with acid rain, toxic fumes, and several highways with broken paths that are hard to cross. Power has giant cranes for his enemies. Power is armed with two plasma cannons and a wheel launcher. He has the element of metal-poison. His colour is yellow.
Frost's Ice-Realm is known for temperatures far below frost temperatures; almost reaching -50 degrees Celsius (-58oF). It also has dangerous wind-icestorms and is filled with frozen obstacles. Ice caves, thorns, and monsters are everywhere, but there are also ice monsters. The colour of Frost RoboRider is white. He can can shoot ice-spears and also has a wheel launcher. His element is ice, and he is also coloured gray and Transparent Blue.
Lava's Magma-Realm is filled with extreme heat, molten lava spewing out of volcanoes as well as constant rains of fire. Lava monsters are his main enemy. He is capable of swinging his flameaxes, and is armed with a wheel launcher as well. He has the element of fire/lava. He is red and orange.
Swamp searches for the virus in the murky Swamp-Realm that is filled with deep holes, slippery pathways, and a jungle full of entangled vines. Swamp's enemies are large blue blobs that emerge out of the water. He is armed with twin Katanas to cut through thick vegetation, and is additionally armed with a wheel launcher. He has the element of flora/water, his colour is lime green.
Onyx stays firmly in his Rock-Realm where he searches in the large mountain caverns and caves, but this is not truly a safe place since there is almost total darkness and Onyx is the only one known to be able to see perfectly well in this realm. His adversaries are giant rock monsters. His weapons are twin laserbeams, and he is armed with a wheel launcher as well. He has the element of earth. Onyx is coloured black.
Dust searches for the enemies in the much-dreaded Desert-Realm. There are howling sandstorms that are very difficult to navigate through, the terrain is very tough to drive in, and there is always a danger of drowning in quicksand or monster sandstorms. Dust's main enemies are the sand pits. Dust is armed with two spears, and is also armed with a wheel launcher. He has the element of sand/wind. Dust is tan-coloured. he also fights large hands that have glowing palms and large worms that live in the sand pits.
The Boss was the last set ever released in the theme. No official description has been given so it will remain unknown if he is the evil RoboRider that launched the virus or if he is the commander of the other RoboRiders; however, an issue of the LEGO Shop At Home catalog refers to The Boss as "The new generation of RoboRiders". He apparently likes to lurk in the Desert-Realm and the Ice-Realm (as seen on box). His elements are unknown, his colour is orange.
The wheels were included with the RoboRider sets. There were sixteen different types of Wheels who were characters before they changed into the Wheels. They were available in every RoboRiders set in different colours. Special golden wheels were released in combo packs.
|Image||Item number||Set||Number of pieces||Minifigures||Price||Release|
|78675||Original RoboRiders Pack||221||2000|
- Combination Packs
- Combination models
Each RoboRider had instructions for a combination model in the back of the instruction manual. The pairs were as follows:
Additionally, instructions for the following combinations were available on the RoboRiders website: