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Hot Wheels® Track Builder ™ Stunt Bridge Kit.


With Track Builder, there's no limit to what can be created, especially now that it's fully brick compatible! 
YOU are in the driver's seat!
Create your own outrageous stunts, experiment with speed and keep challenging yourself to Make it EPIC!

Build and stunt your way through the motorized bridge. 
The Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge is the ultimate piece in your Hot Wheels world of stunting.


Launch your cars when the motorized bridge arm is mid-way up! 
Complete an epic jump across the dangerously large gap (and evade whoever is on your tail!)

You can launch 2 Hot Wheels cars through the motorised bridge and see which one conquers one of the 3 suggested challenges. 
Then move around the bricks and bridge and try to tackle the next challenge.
 The Stunt Bridge Kit has three sets in one, with multiple configurations!


Key Features

  • Test your skills and creativity by making your own track experience!
  • The addition of bricks to the system give kids even more tools to unlock their creativit
  • The Hot Wheels Track Builder Stunt Bridge is the ultimate piece in your Hot Wheels world of stunting
  • Launch your cars when the motorized bridge arm is mid-way up! Complete an epic jump across the dangerously large gap (and evade whoever is on your tail!)
  • Launch 2 Hot Wheels cars through the motorized bridge and see which one conquers one of the 3 suggested challenges
  • Three sets in one with multiple configurations!
  • Batteries required: 2 x D (not included)

What’s In The Box?

The Hot Wheels® Stunt Bridge includes 50+ Mega Bloks™, 
1 Slam Launcher, 
1 Motorized Stunt Bridge with track and a Hot Wheels® vehicle, too!

Ru loves anything car related so when offered to review this amazing track I knew I had to say yes!
He's always watching Hot Wheel Track videos on KidsTube, and hasn't actually got one himself, so I knew he would love it straight away.

Not only would Ru love it, the other 3 would as well.
A toy that they can all play together without too many fights!

A big mum win!!

Our first configuration.
Monsters!!


It didn't take long to assemble, the longest part was deciding which configuration to go for.
Ru decided we would try the first on in the book.

It seemed nice and simple and Ru helped me find the right bricks.

Once build, we set up the car monsters and took the track out into the hall way, as there wasn't anywhere for it in the kitchen.



As you can see it's rather long!
Perfect for getting that run up it needs to shoot across the bridge.


Ru loves it, and has been playing on it ever since it was placed down on the floor.
He's gone round the whole house collecting all the Hot Wheel cars to see which one is the fastest!

As I write this, he's sat in the hallway playing nicely with Oscar!
Which never happens
Trying to knock down the monsters and seeing who can zoom through the hole to the other side.

The blurry shadow in the air is the Hot Wheel car!
This would make a fab Christmas present!
Lots of fun competitions could be had on Christmas Day, seeing who is the fastest and who is the most awesomest stunt car!























Combine with other track and bricks for even more fun!

RRP £49.99

Suitable for ages 4+

Available from Smyths Toys 

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