Serpentine Vehicles appeared numerous times throughout the first season of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu. Most of these vehicles were created by the Fangpyre tribe and their poisonous bite, turning ordinary machines into bio-mechanical monstrosities for the Serpentine's use.
Unless otherwise noted, all of these vehicles were first seen in "Snakebit."
The most snake-like vehicle in appearance, this single-person motorcycle is fast and agile on the road. Its main weapon is a whipping tail, but it can also fire missiles or carry a few Serpentine into battle.
Bite Cycles were one of the most numerous Serpentine vehicles in the show. Several were deployed from the Serpentine Train in "The Rise of the Great Devourer."
A larger Fangpyre vehicle, equipped with heavy-duty tires that allow it to conquer rough terrain with ease. It was briefly seen in "Wrong Place, Wrong Time," being modified for extra firepower.
One of the bigger Serpentine machines, a large crane with a semi-sentient wrecking ball. Jay boarded it and discovered that its control console is a smaller snake head - nonetheless, he managed to commandeer the crane against a robot infected with Fangpyre venom.
The Fangpyre Wrecking Ball's deviations from its corresponding set are somewhat more extreme than those of other Serpentine vehicles; notable alterations from vehicle to set are the removal of the face on the ball and a much more snakelike design to the main hull.
A snake-themed helicopter that is one of the Serpentine's more recurring vehicles and the only one capable of flight. It has a reasonably spacious interior, but can also be fitted with a secondary platform that hangs below the main body of the helicopter.
The Serpentine Train was originally planned to make an appearance in the 2012 wave of Ninjago sets, but never made it past the initial prototype stage.