Ninja Vehicles are used by the Ninja to counter the forces of evil.
Dragons ridden by the Ninja include:
- "Rocky," the Earth Dragon (first seen in "The Golden Weapon")
- "Flame," the Fire Dragon (first seen in "King of Shadows")
- "Shard," the Ice Dragon (first seen in "King of Shadows")
- "Wisp," the Lightning Dragon (first seen in "King of Shadows")
- The Ultra Dragon (combined form of the above four dragons; first seen in "Day of The Great Devourer")
- The Golden Dragon (Summoned by Lloyd in "Rise of the Spinjitzu Master")
- The Titanium Dragon (Used by Zane; first seen in "Versus")
- The Energy Dragon (Used by Lloyd; first seen in "Spellbound")
- The Elemental Fire Dragon (Used by Kai; first seen in "The Day of the Dragon")
- The Elemental Lightning Dragon (Used by Jay; first seen in "The Day of the Dragon")
- The Elemental Earth Dragon (Used by Cole; first seen in "The Day of the Dragon")
- Master Wu Dragon (Used by Sensei Wu; first seen in "Stiix and Stones")
- The Elemental Water Dragon (Used by Nya; first seen in "Infamous")
- The Hydro-Electric Hybrid Dragon (Used by Nya and Jay: first seen in "Wishmasters")
Master Wu Dragon
Elemental Lightning Dragon
Elemental Earth Dragon
Elemental Energy Dragon
The Destiny's Bounty is a large ship initially owned by pirates. It served as the Ninjas' headquarters for a time, and eventually gained flight capabilities. It was destroyed by the Great Devourer and recreated as the Black Bounty by Lord Garmadon, but the Ninja reclaimed it and restored its original form.
First seen in "Home;" took flight in "Snakebit;" destroyed in "Day of The Great Devourer;" remade as the Black Bounty in "Darkness Shall Rise;" reclaimed and restored in "Ninjaball Run;" upgraded in "The Last Voyage;" destroyed again in "Return of the Overlord," rebuilt as Destiny's Bounty 2.0.
A red-and-gold motorcycle that Kai can transform the Sword of Fire into. It engulfs itself in flames when moving, and is equipped with hidden blade missiles. It requires focus to maintain its form - if its pilot's focus is lost, it will transform back into its weapon form.
It was first seen in "Snakebit," when the Ninja needed to pursue the Fangpyre to retrieve their staff. It was later seen in "Can of Worms," being used by Kai to reach the Toxic Bogs. In "The Snake King," Kai used it during his hunt for Samurai X; he also used it to drop Lloyd off at the Kiddie Arcade. Later, in "The Rise of The Great Devourer," Kai used his Blade Cycle to pursue the Serpentine after Pythor stole the Fangblades.
A blue, white, and gold motorcycle-like vehicle with large skis instead of wheels and parts resembling solid ice. Zane transformed it from the Shurikens of Ice. Extremely fast and maneuverable, even in snow or when weighed down with three other passengers, but reverts to weapon form if its rider loses concentration.
It was first seen in "Snakebit," used to pursue the fleeing Fangpyre. Zane later used it to reach the Toxic Bogs and to escape from the Serpentine through a frozen tunnel in "Can of Worms," during the hunt for Samurai X in "The Snake King," during his battle with the Juggernaut in "Tick Tock," and when he was chasing the Serpentine Train in "The Rise of The Great Devourer."
A black-and-gold all-terrain land vehicle, transformed from the Scythe of Quakes. It is armed with a powerful cannon in its front and can camouflage itself as a Serpentine vehicle by flipping over, but it will revert to weapon form if its user loses focus.
First seen in "Snakebit," being used to pursue the Fangpyre and claim their staff. Later used to follow the Serpentine Train in "The Rise of The Great Devourer," where it flicked a Hypnobrai Soldier off of its cockpit, fended off a few Bite Cycles, and drew the massive mobile fortress' fire. It was briefly summoned again when Cole was confronted by Serpentine in the second-to-last car - in response to the advancing snakes, he summoned the Tread Assault in the car and blasted Skales with its cannon.
First used in "Snakebit" to chase the Fangpyre and retrieve their staff. Later used in "The Rise of The Great Devourer" to pursue the Serpentine Train, drawing the latter's fire to give Zane a chance to disable the heavily-armed rear section.
The Ultra Sonic Raider is a massive white, black, and gold tank which can seat all four Ninja, armed with grappling hooks and sonic cannons. Summoned by the Tornado of Creation for use against the Great Devourer in "Day of The Great Devourer." Later equipped with a flight mode in "Ninjaball Run."
The Fire Mech is a red and gold mech designed by Nya and Dr. Julien for Kai's use on the Island of Darkness. Can be stored aboard the Earth Driller, and seems to be used primarily for scaling the mountains to reach the Temple of Light. First seen in "Island of Darkness."
The Golden Mech is a powerful fighting mech used by the First Spinjitzu Master against the Overlord. Later used by Lloyd in "Rise of the Spinjitzu Master" after being discovered in the Temple of Light.
A black and gold burrowing vehicle used to travel covertly on the Island of Darkness. The Fire Mech is stored in a compartment on the back. It was first seen in "Island of Darkness."
A red and gold jet that was first seen in "The Surge."
A white, blue, and gold hovercopter that was first seen in "The Surge."
A black and gold mech that was first seen in "The Surge."
A blue and gold tank that was first seen in the "The Surge." Originally one of Cyrus Borg's surveillance drones, Jay used his Techno Blade to modify the vehicle into a more advanced version.
A green and white vehicle that was first seen in the "The Art of the Silent Fist."
A red, black, and gold vehicle that doubles as a mobile base. The Ninja use it during the battle with the Anacondrai Cultists. It belongs to Nya.
A black and gold motorcycle made entirely out of Deepstone. Created by Cyrus Borg for Cole, it comes equipped with has twin carbine blasters, auto-evasive handling and a radio set to soft rock. Used to battle the Preeminent, it first appeared in "Curseworld, Part I."