The Redbird was a custom motorcycle that was owned by Robin.
After Mr. Freeze stole a diamond necklace from a charity ball, Batman and Robin chased after him with Batman in the Batmobile and Robin on the Redbird. They chased Freeze down a giant statue's arm, and with the fingers at the end, Freeze used those fingers as a jump. Batman realised that Robin couldn't make the jump, so he insisted Robin stand down, but Robin repeatedly refused. When they got closer to the jump, Batman shut down the Redbird from the Batmobile using the remote engine deactivation feature. Batman safely made the jump, but while the Batmobile didn't survive, the capred crusader ejected to a high enough place to reach Freeze. Robin, at the fingertips, screamed at Batman for shutting down the Redbird and not trusting him.
As with the Batmobile, that particular Redbird was a ground-up build, that utilized fiberglass and carbon fiber. The company TFX developed the Redbird on a Honda off-road motorcycle.
The Redbird had two drive nozzles, which allowed the vehicle to rise. That was dependent on the speed when it took off, which made the Rebird airborne for 20 seconds or longer. There's a central computer on the tank that supplied an LCD announcement that contained additional information for the driver. Additionally, the Redbird had small burls to the tire, which could be driven out very fast, in order to increase the road grip. Also, it still came with a grappling hook, which was attached in the front fender over the tire.
- Size: 10.5 feet (3.2 m) long
- Drive: Honda prototype with 95 hp (71 kW)
- Maximum speed: Of 0 to 180 mph (290 km/h) in 6.9 seconds
- Feature: Fluorescent paper on the tires beleutet Robin's logo, has a single 600 cc Honda prototype with 95 horsepower (71 kW)
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