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Tron Zero G Light Cycle

Movie tie-in that’ll drive you up the wall!

Tron Zero G Light Cycle

Movie tie-in that’ll drive you up the wall!

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Tron Zero G Light Cycle

Get ready to de-rez your opponents

If you’re familiar with ENCOM, Yori and Sark you’re obviously a hardcore Tron nerd. But even if you haven’t seen the original 1982 movie you probably know all about the dazzling CGI world of Tron thanks to the gobsmacking new 3D sequel. And that, dear sci-fi fan, is why we’re leaping aboard the unstoppable Tron bandwagon with these amazing Tron Legacy Zero G Light Cycles.

Based on the awesomely cool vehicles ridden by a slew of actors in funny neon bodysuits, these gravity-defying machines are capable of zooming up walls and even across ceilings. Yes, really! Apparently it’s down to advanced vacuum technology and massive downforce. Whatever. All we know is these babies suck – in a good way.

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(L-R): Clu (Orange) and Sam (Blue)

Race each other up the wall...

If the light beams cross,
one of you is a goner!

Tron Zero G Light Cycle

Small but mighty powerful

Better still, just like the bikes in the movie, Zero G Light Cycles emit trails of light (or ‘jetwalls’) that will cause your opponent’s vehicle to fall off the wall or ceiling if crossed. Incredible! Okay, it’s not as satisfying as watching them ‘de-rez’ into oblivion, but until we find a way of zapping ourselves into our computers it’ll have to do. Besides, it takes considerable skill to avoid a jetwall when you’re driving upside down.

You control the high-tech action via a stylish twin toggle infra-red transmitter that doubles up as a charging unit for your Light Cycle’s rechargeable battery. It’s even badged up with the iconic Tron logo. Talk about movie tie-in-tastic.

Tron Zero G Light Cycle

Charge up with the IR remote

The only downer is the inevitable neck ache. But who cares about that when you’re performing spins on the ceiling as your enemy eats jetwall and tumbles off the game grid. Making a complete Clu of yourself has never been easier. All you need now is a silly fluorescent helmet and you’re good to go. End of line!
Tron Zero G Light Cycle


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Tron Zero G Light Cycle
Product Features:
  • Tron Zero Gravity will climb your walls and ceilings
  • The bike charges directly from the IR remote control
Please Note:
  • Suitable for ages 8 years+
  • Approximately 12cm (L) x 5.5cm (W) x 4cm (H)
Battery requirements:
  • 6x AA batteries – not included

Customer Reviews

Will it damage the car if it falls from the ceiling/walls? I really want to get some for my partner and brother but I don't want it cracking or breaking after the first 'battle'!
Kirsty R - 17th May 2011
Firebox says: They're pretty sturdy Kirsty, and should stand up to plenty of 'battles'.
Really Really annoyed that these are not available in Australia...saw the original movie and the second and wanted these for my geek man ...BLAH.
1uP - 22nd January 2011
Firebox says: Sorry, but we do have an EU restriction on this product.
You should make a double pack!!!
Lloyd Evan Davies - 9th January 2011
Firebox says: If it was to be made,we would be interested.
Might be a strange question, but can you control them from floor, to wall to ceiling, or do they not do the '90 degree' change necessary? In other words is the surface they start on the one they have to stay on for that particular run?
Geoff Gibson - 4th January 2011
Firebox says: It's a good question Geoff! Unfortunately they can't go over the '90 degree' change, so they have to stay on the surface they are put on.
A fantastic product! Bought one for my boyfriend and he absolutely loves it, got a second one for my brother for Xmas and can't wait till he opens it! Would recommend this for boys of all ages - even my dad was impressed and wanted a go!
Melanie - 20th December 2010
Will the cycles work on embossed wallpaper and tiled walls?
Peter S - 9th December 2010
Firebox says: Unfortunately not, they only work on smooth surfaces.