On Star Wars Day, you can ride around Manhattan in the Millennium Falcon.

To celebrate May the Fourth and the anticipated film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, the master builders—and true heroes—at LEGO built the first-ever rideable LEGO Millennium Falcon, and it’s ready to hits the streets of Manhattan. Measuring 9 feet long and 6 feet wide, the rideable LEGO Millennium Falcon pedicab will give fans a chance to hop on board the roving starship in celebration of Star Wars Day and meet Han Solo’s co-pilot and Wookiee BFF Chewbacca, who will be available for selfies.

The Falcon pedicab took a whopping 396 hours to design and build, and is composed of 20,300 LEGO bricks—can you imagine how long that instruction book would be?

Want to take a ride? It’ll be the most glorious 10 minutes of your life. First come-first served rides will pick up and drop off on 6th Avenue between 40th Street and 41st Street between from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on May 4. Rides are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fans who spot the pedicab or hitch a ride through the galaxy should use #LEGOStarWars and #RoarForChange in their social media posts to drive charitable donations. Roar for Change is a global challenge from Lucasfilm and Star Wars: Force for Change that supports UNICEF’s lifesaving work for children around the world. From May 3 through 25, Star Wars: Force for Chance will donation $1 to UNICEF for each public post, like, or share on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter that includes #RoarForChange.

May the Fourth be with you, especially as you wait in long lines for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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Marissa Silva

Marissa Silva

Marissa Silva is editor-in-chief of the Pop Insider and the Toy Insider, the leading consumer holiday gift guide and toy review and news website. As a professional toy reviewer and an industry expert, she consistently reports on toy, entertainment, and pop culture trends and hot products. In addition to digital content management, Marissa contributes feature-length articles to the Pop Insider and leading toy industry trade magazine The Toy Book, providing retailers, manufacturers, and licensors with information on the latest in toy news. Marissa has been featured on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, ABC World News Now, MSNBC, CBS, NY1, WPIX, and more. A board game fanatic and professional toy reviewer, she spends most of her free time shopping for superhero T-shirts, crushing at Mario Kart, and anxiously awaiting her Hogwarts acceptance letter. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @thattoygirl.