Ride Reveals Three New Bikes

By Ashley Woodcock, 1 year ago
Milestone's upcoming racer RIDE will offer players a selection of over 100 bikes to choose from in four different categories - Superbikes, Supersports, Naked, and Historical Bikes. The team have revealed three new bikes all from the 'Naked' category, starting with the MV Agusta Brutale 1090 R.

The Brutale packs sheer power and the ultimate joy of riding, so long as the rider can handle its nippy 158 horses. Check out the juicy details on the upcoming bike followed by the reveal trailer:

A perfect synthesis of design, engineering and performance, the Brutale 1090 R is the essence of a model with roots deep in motorcycle history that looks to the future with cutting-edge technological solutions. With its racing ABS and advanced four-cylinder in-line engine, this bike combines total control with thrills, and safety with exhilaration. 144 hp, ABS with two operating modes, and innovative design featuring a composite frame and fully adjustable suspension: the Brutale 1090 R has got what it takes to face off against sportbikes of all classes and displacements

Next up is the Aprilia RSV4 R ABS. Details cover some of the bikes championship winning history, the Ride-by-Wire system, and plenty more. Read, enjoy and then check out the bike's reveal trailer:

The Aprilia RSV4 R ABS is the street version of the bike that dominated the 2014 WSBK season, winning both the Riders' Championship with Sylvain Guintoli and the Manufacturers' Championship. Incomparable both in the clarity of its design and in terms of motorcycle technology, the Aprilia RSV4 was conceived around a 1,000 cc, 65°, V4 engine and an exquisite frame. It is the heir to a dynasty that has won 54 championship titles (38 World Championship titles, 7 Superbike titles, and 9 Off-Road titles) and 294 Grands Prix in the Motorcycle World Championships. Its features are enhanced by advanced electronic systems for managing the engine and bike dynamics. Aprilia demonstrated the depth of its commitment when it became the first manufacturer to adopt Ride-by-Wire as standard. Ride-by-Wire is an electronic throttle control system that allows the rider to make the most of the engine's potential: it reduces fuel consumption and eliminates the classic problems of normal throttle control, such as a lack of smoothness when opening or closing the throttle, and with multiple engine mappings available the rider can choose from a variety of power delivery settings. Aprilia also uses its own patented a PRC, a cutting-edge dynamic control system that is still the only one offering Aprilia's exclusive self-calibration and wheelie control features.

Finally, the Triumph Speed Triple is the third bike to be revealed. Packing less weight, more power, more precision, and a menacing look, the Triple fits very well into a city of attitude and its aggressive presence doesn't go unnoticed. With a "true sportbike performance" to be had, check out the details followed by the last reveal trailer:

A unique combination of high-quality suspension, powerful brakes, light weight, exceptional handling, and plenty of power right where you need it for a perfect sportbike riding experience on the streets. The power of the Speed Triple comes from its muscular three-cylinder 1050 cc engine, capable of unleashing 135 hp and a maximum torque of 111 Nm, with excellent acceleration even at low revs.The thrust is instantaneous, whatever the revs or gear. Furthermore, thanks to Triumph's advanced fuel injection, all this incredible power is delivered smoothly and continuously, just when you need it

Ride motors onto the Xbox 360 and Xbox One in Spring 2015.
Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, NBA, and my Scooby. Finding it hard to pull myself away from The Division and its dangerous Dark Zone.