Hyper Trax indoor electric bike arena | Kilbride Glasgow. Hyper electric dirt bike

Hyper Trax indoor electric bike arena | Kilbride Glasgow

The brand new Hyper-Trax indoor, e-bike arena is the first of its kind in Scotland. With three different tracks to choose from to suit youngsters, beginners and more experienced riders, Hyper Trax delivers the ultimate safe, fun and adrenalin-fueled biking experience which is suitable for all ages from 5 to 85.


Never ridden a bike before? No problem! All our e-bikes at Hyper Trax are easy to operate. No clutch – just twist and enjoy the ride. Hyper Trax delivers the fun of off-road biking without the usual noise and exhaust fumes. You’ll be riding the highest-quality electric bikes tailored to suit your age and riding experience. And, as we place a huge emphasis on safety, you’ll get all the kit you’ll need – helmet, goggles, pads – in fact the whole shebang. No previous experience is required, nor do you need to have a driving licence.


Rugged, stylish, sporty – the real deal for the experienced off-road biker. The Austrian, precision-engineered KTM Freeride E gives you the look and feel of a fuel-driven off-road bike but without the noise and exhaust emissions to go with it. The KTM Freeride E delivers up to one hour’s adrenalin-pumping fun from one charge.

Performance The KTM Freeride E delivers an aggressive performance with three different ride modes – Economy, Standard and Advanced. No gears, clutch or kickstart – just twist the throttle and go.

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Experience needed The KTM Freeride E is for the rider who’s had previous off-road / MX experience, or have cut their teeth on the Hyper Trax Intermediate track.


The Kuberg Freerider is the fun, fast and safe, fully-electric bike at Hyper Trax for teens and beginners. The rugged construction and long travel suspension gives you a smooth ride on the roughest tracks while the sleek design will make sure you look as good as you feel when riding it.

Performance With a twist and go start the Kuberg Freerider delivers fun by the dirt load and the three levels of power output means you will always be in control at Hyper Trax.

Experience needed There’s NO previous experience needed for the Kuberg Freerider but it can help, so if you have some bike experience you will be able to get on and have fun straight away.


Sorry folks, we know you’ll love the Kuberg Cross but this e-bike is strictly for your kids. Designed for 5-12 year olds to deliver heart-pumping fun while giving the safest ride imaginable, the Kuberg Cross, like all other Hyper Trax e-bikes has no gears, no exhaust and a twist and go throttle.

Performance The Kuberg Cross is equipped with speed and torque controls to limit acceleration and top speed of the bike to the abilities of the rider.

Experience needed No experience needed…none, nada. Wish we could tell you more but it really is that simple. Just get their gear on and let them twist and go.


Love dirt-bikes? Enjoy an MTB challenge? Why head for the hills when you can combine the two at Hyper Trax? Scotland’s new, unique indoor expert track and range of e-bikes will give even the most experienced riders the adrenalin rush they need but more safely and without the noise and fumes.

Hyper Trax provides a unique indoor experience and loads of safe but adrenalin-fueled fun for kids from 5 upwards and adults of all ages. That’s why we’ve created three separate dirt tracks – Expert, Intermediate and Kids’ to suit your level of experience. Just pick the one you want. No previous experience is required, nor do you need to have a driving licence.


Features Get on your e-bike, twist, go and experience the challenge of our Expert Track complete with a range of jumps and berms – dirt-loads of fun at Hyper Trax.

Experience needed Although the Hyper Trax Expert Track is the safer alternative to outdoor off-road biking, you’ll still need some previous experience, or have cut your teeth first on our Intermediate Track.


Features Want to give the Expert Track a go but not got the experience yet? Then grab an e-bike and head for our Intermediate Track. Designed for those with little to no off-road bike or MTB experience our Intermediate Track delivers dirt-fun in spades and gets you ready for the next step.

Experience needed There’s NO experience needed for the Intermediate Track, however if you’ve been on a dirt-bike before or an MTB over rough terrain then more power to you.

The Hyper Trax Kids Track is the fun and safe way to introduce them to the world of two wheels. They’ll love getting kitted out and twisting the throttle on their e-bike to give them the thrill of their lives in the safety of an indoor setting. For ages 5-12.

Features The Kids Track is exactly that – for kids only. So, no matter how much you beg or bribe us you’re just not getting to try it – sorry!

Experience needed There’s NO previous experience required and marshals are on hand at all times to make sure your kids will know exactly what to do. Good, safe fun.


Fuel for the body and soul. Put the brakes on, grab a pit-stop, swap one set of forks for another and tuck-in to some top-quality dining. Hyper Trax Café serves refreshing hot cold drinks and mouthwatering meals, freshly prepared for your enjoyment.

Selection of hot cold drinks A selection of hot and cold drinks for the whole family. Frothy cappuccino and silky hot chocolate, or an ice-cold soft drink when the temperature rises?

Delicious food snacks Delicious, freshly-prepared hot cold main meals or just a swift snack to get the engine revved up again. Our menu is updated regularly to match the seasons.


Taster Session 1 x 10 minutes

Adult 1 x 10 minutes Session Price per person £12.50 Safety Gear included

Child 1 x 10 minutes Session Price per person £12.50 Safety Gear included

Session 2 x 10 minutes

Adult 2 x 10 minutes Session Price per person £20.00 Safety Gear £5.00

Child 2 x 10 minutes Session Price per person £20.00 Safety Gear £5.00

Group sessions

0-12 persons (per group) Allocated Track Time: 1 Hour Price per group: £360.00 Deposit Required: £180.00

12-18 persons (per group) Allocated Track Time: 1.5 Hours Price per group: £540.00 Deposit Required: £270.00

18 (per group) Allocated Track Time: 2 Hours Price per group: £720.00 Deposit Required: £360.00

If you own your own moto-x safety clothing, you are more than welcome to wear that on the track, in this instance there will be no £5.00 charge but the equipment must of suitable standard.

Minimum height for a child is 1200mm. Hiring the safety clothing is charged at £5.00 per head if required. Items that included are the following:

Open 10am – 10pm 7 days a week For further information call on 44 1355 225718 or send an e-mail to gem@Hyper-trax.com Find us at: Units A B Arrotshole Road East Kilbride G74 5ET

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For information regarding robbery vehicles, see Moving Heists. For the vehicle that drops Airdrops, see Stealth Jets. For the passenger planes at the two airports, see Private Jet. For the vehicle that dropped off the Sword, see Ship.

Vehicles are a huge part of Jailbreak. Vehicles are used for many purposes, including traveling around the map, chasing players, racing, or making quick getaways from robberies.

There are currently eighty-five vehicles in Jailbreak, or eighty-eight vehicles counting exclusive or removed vehicles.


  • 3.1 Free Vehicles
  • 3.2 Unobtainable Vehicles
  • 4.1 Vehicle Controls
  • 4.2 Vehicle Customization
  • 4.3 Speedometer
  • 4.4 Disabling Vehicles
  • 4.5 Rocket Fuel
  • 4.6 Overdrive
  • 4.7 Special Abilities
  • 6.1 Miscellaneous Trivia


Vehicles in Jailbreak can be purchased with in-game cash, through obtaining gamepasses, or by reaching Level 10 in Seasons. The La Matador is a special case: it can be rented for one real-life day with an optional payment of 99, or can be bought for 100,000.

There are seventy-three vehicles in total, excluding the five moving heists and two undrivable vehicles (the Stealth Jets and the Private Jet). This number is made up of sixty land vehicles, ten aerial vehicles, and three watercrafts.

As of October 20th, 2021, there are forty-six vehicles available for purchase, the other twenty-six being retired or removed. The remaining vehicles are made up of thirty-six land vehicles, seven aerial vehicles, and three boats.

The best vehicle for a player depends on their personal preferences. The most expensive choices all have unique features that suit some players better than others, and every vehicle has its pros and cons.

Free Vehicles

Five vehicles are completely free of cost, two of which were only obtainable for a limited time:

  • The Camaro is an iconic getaway vehicle due to having the most spawn points out of any vehicle in-game. It can be spawned by anyone by using the Mobile Garage.
  • The Helicopter is practical and has many uses, but it is not easily accessible as its spawn points are located in Police-related locations.
  • The Jeep is only found at the Military Base, but can also be spawned by anyone by using the Mobile Garage.
  • The NASCAR Free was a limited-time vehicle found in the NASCAR Skyscraper. It can also be spawned by using Mobile Garage.
  • The NASCAR 75 was also a free limited-time vehicle found in the 2023 NASCAR Skyscraper.
  • The MCL36 was another limited-time vehicle found in the McLaren Skyscraper. It was free for a limited-time and players had to pay 200,000 to keep it when it became unobtainable.
  • Unobtainable Vehicles

    There are thirty-six unobtainable vehicles in total:

    • Seasonal vehicles: The Torpedo, Arachnid, JB8, Raptor, Beam Hybrid, Crew Capsule, Volt 4X4, Rattler, Banana Car, Beignet, Icebreaker, Celsior, Jackrabbit, Macaron, Tiny Toy, Bloxy, Goliath,Bandit and Proto-08.
    • Retired vehicles: The Brulee, Steed, Mighty, Megalodon, SUV, Posh, Classic, and Airtail.
    • Limited-time vehicles: The M12 Molten, The Agent, Torero, NASCAR, NASCAR Free, MCL36, Snake, Javelin, Parisian and NASCAR 75.
    • Lia’s Spaceship was given as a gift from Badimo to L_iiaa for the first player to reach 1,000,000,000. [1]
    • The Blade and the Police Camaro are the only vehicles to be completely removed from the game.

    All of these vehicles, except the Blade and Police Camaro, can only be spawned and driven by owners. Upon attempting to obtain them, non-owners will receive a notification informing them of the vehicle’s unattainability:

    • For seasonal vehicles, a pop-up will appear saying, Vehicle is from another season.
    • For retired and limited-time vehicles, a pop-up will appear saying Vehicle is retired.
    • For the NASCAR (Free) and recent seasonal vehicles, a pop-up will appear saying This vehicle cannot be purchased.

    It has been stated that these unobtainable vehicles will not become obtainable in the future and that Lia’s spaceship will never be obtainable for any other player. [2] However, the M12 Molten may return in the future for a higher price, though it is very unlikely since Trading was released. [3] The Mighty was retired in the Gun Skins Update, but returned as the Level 6 prize in Season 3: Looking Back!. [4]

    Vehicle Features

    Vehicle Controls

    Key Action
    (W) Accelerates the vehicle forward
    (S) Accelerates the vehicle backward
    (A) Steers the vehicle to the left
    (D) Steers the vehicle to the right
    (E) Enter vehicle
    (E/Space) Exit vehicle

    Vehicle Customization

    Vehicles in Jailbreak can be customized in several places.

    Land vehicles can be customized in any of the six garages, which can be found in Crater City, Rising City (the helipad on top too), Crime Port, Military Base, and Mountainside Town.

    The UFO, Stunt, and Jet can only be customized on the helipad on the Rising City Garage and customization hangars at the Bounty Bay Airport and Military Base, while small air vehicles like the Little Bird can be jammed into the garage spaces.

    Water vehicles have the Customization Docks, which is located in the Crime Port, nearby the Rising City Criminal Base.

    If a player does not wish to travel to a vehicle’s specific spawn location or a garage to customize their vehicle, they can buy the Premium Garage Gamepass, also allowing them to spawn any land vehicle and aircraft from seasonal rewards as long as a member of the opposing team is not nearby. The only vehicles that do not need this gamepass to be spawnable anywhere are the Camaro and Jeep, along with several other vehicles.

    Customizing a vehicle is a good way to improve performance or show off a unique design that will stand out from others. Before the Nukes Update, the tips bar above the inventory stated that Criminals could go to a garage to disguise their vehicle from Police. There was also a glitch where a player could obtain a limited-time texture that they did not previously obtain, which was patched in the update of Season 5: Let the Memes Begin on August 7th, 2021.


    The Speedometer is a feature added on the Winter 2021 Update. This feature revamps most of the vehicle GUI (except the controls GUI).

    • Kilometers per hour (to be added)/Miles per hour tracker (added)
    • Vehicle distance traveled
    • License plate editor
    • New Rocket Fuel UI
    • New ejection and lock UI

    Disabling Vehicles

    Vehicles can be disabled and stopped in various ways, allowing players to get close and defeat their enemies.

    For most land vehicles, getting shot by a gun or driving over Road Spikes will cause the tires to burst and will remain popped for ten seconds, after which the tires will regenerate and allow the driver to drive their vehicle again. The same happens to most Criminals’ cars when a Police car rams into them, but the tires will only remain popped for only two-three seconds (excluding the Volt Bike).

    Ground vehicles can get their tires shot down even when there is no driver inside. It is unknown if this is a feature or a bug, but this can be used to an advantage against a person heading for a vehicle nearby. This mysterious feature was added secretly in the 107. Season 15. Update.

    The same applies to most air vehicles, but instead, the air vehicle will start making an alarm noise and fall to the ground. Before the Balance Update, players used to be able to jump out and back in when air vehicles were disabled, and the vehicle would regenerate automatically. This was patched soon later.

    However, even when disabled, vehicles can still roll down hills and (only for land vehicles) use Rocket Fuel as a potential escape.

    Some vehicles are immune to disabling. Water vehicles cannot be sunk, and planes cannot be shot down. But more strangely, all vehicles using the bike chassis (Dirtbike, Patrol, and Dune Buggy) have tires that cannot be popped, despite being able to be popped by using Road Spikes.


    Overdrive is a special feature in Jailbreak that allows a vehicle to increase launch and acceleration once hitting a certain speed. Overdrive is a feature exclusive to cars like the Arachnid, Deja, Delorean and Desert Crawler. Once an overdrive-inclusive vehicle reaches its desired speed, the car will then launch to a much higher speed. Once a vehicle goes into overdrive, it stays in overdrive until the vehicle comes to a full stop or hits an object. Even if the vehicle goes under the speed that triggers overdrive, it can still maintain to accelerate quickly.

    • Once the Arachnid reaches 168 MPH, it will overdrive to 225 MPH, making it the fastest car with overdrive.
    • When the Deja reaches 128 MPH, it overdrives to 140 MPH, giving it the lowest change in speed after overdrive, at a 12 MPH increase, as well as the slowest car with overdrive.
    • When the Delorean reaches 105 MPH, it overdrives to 181 MPH.
    • When the Desert Crawler reaches 145 MPH, it overdrives to 222 MPH, giving it the largest change in speed, with a 77 MPH increase.
    • The Desert Crawler is the only electric vehicle with overdrive in Jailbreak.
    • The Arachnid is the oldest car in Jailbreak with overdrive.
    • The Deja is the cheapest car with overdrive, priced at only 10,000.

    Special Abilities

    A few Jailbreak vehicles have special abilities. These range from passive abilities such as hovering and role-playing capabilities, to more sophisticated ones such as the power to fire missiles.

    • Helicopter-type aircraft (including the UFO) has a rope. Originally, its only use was carrying a player, but now it can pick up many vehicles (excluding vehicles with players inside), along with crates from the Cargo Ship, which can be turned into the Warehouse near the Crime Port to redeem money.
    • For Police, helicopters, the Drone, and previously the Blade, they feature a spotlight that can slow down Criminals on foot. The effect is rather helpful for assisting other Police in catching up to and arresting Criminals but is vastly less effective on its own.
    • The Delorean can drive on water, which no other vehicles can do.
    • The Volt, Volt 4X4, and Banana Car have customizable trails that will appear when being driven.
    • Despite the Concept having a trail and a light strip, only the light strip can be customized.
  • The Black Hawk and Jet both have powerful missiles equipped. The Black Hawk’s does around 20-40 damage each, while the Jet’s does 80 on a direct hit. It costs 5,000 for a pack of ten missiles.
  • The Agent is equipped with a pair of missile launchers on its front fenders, which appear when someone sits in the driver’s seat; each deals a maximum of 25 damage. However, they cannot be aimed, and can only be fired in the direction the car is facing.
  • Bombs are another vehicle weapon, exclusive to helicopters and The Agent. They also cost 5,000 for a pack of 10 (The Black Hawk counts both bombs and missiles under explosives, and not separate weapons). They do around 30 damage and need a very precise aim.
  • The Celestial, SWAT Van, Goliath and Bank Truck have turrets, dealing 4 damage per shot, and need a two-second cooldown after firing continuously. To access these respectively, players need 425 for the BOSS Gamepass, 425 for the SWAT Gamepass, and/or be a Police officer and start the Bank Truck heist.
  • The now-removed Blade could hover off the ground. The Drone that replaced it has this ability too.
  • The Ambulance has a stretcher in the back of it. If players sit in it, they regenerate 10HP per second, similar to how the Forcefield Launcher works. Players are not immune to taking damage while in the Ambulance.
  • The Firetruck’s hose can shoot water out of it. For putting out a fire with it, they are rewarded 100 ( 120 for VIP owners). It also has a retractable ladder that allows players to access higher areas. It also pushes players away if they are standing in front of the Firetruck and the hose is on.
  • Vehicles using the bike chassis, namely the Dirtbike, Patrol, and Dune Buggy, cannot have their tires popped by either using weapons or Road Spikes. Bounties can still be collected by using the Road Spikes.
  • The Jeep and the Boxer have a functional convertible roof, which allows players to use it as a convertible or a soft-top. This can be done by pressing the G key on the keyboard or tapping the exclamation mark icon on mobile.
  • The Deja has a unique drift trail similar to the one seen in Initial D.
  • The Bank Truck is the only drivable heist in the game and can only be driven by Police officers after 20 arrests have been made.
  • Many vehicles, such as the Eclaire, have detailed interiors, which allow for first-person driving. To do so, the player must press the C key or the camera button on mobile devices.
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    The popup that appears when you attempt to enter a vehicle that is too close to a robbery location.


    The popup that appears when you attempt to enter a vehicle that is too close to a robbery location.

    The notification that appears when attempting to buy an unobtainable seasonal vehicle. (Prior to the Nukes Update)

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    The notification that appears when attempting to buy an unobtainable seasonal vehicle. (Prior to the Nukes Update)


    • As of the Garage V1 Update, players can spawn any land vehicle they own at their location and drive it. However, it requires the Premium Garage Gamepass to do so from any location other than a Garage.
    • As of the aforementioned update, players now cannot spawn vehicles if an opposite team is nearby.
    • Players without the Premium Garage Gamepass can only spawn the Camaro, Jeep, Pickup, SWAT Van and the Celestial, with a cooldown of 8 minutes.
  • Prisoners and Criminals need to press/hold E on the cockpit of the Helicopter and Little Bird, and vehicles in the Police Stations to steal it (referred to in-game as Hijacking). This does not apply to any other vehicles outside the Police stations.
  • Cars and helicopters can be used to make players harder to hit when they enter them, making them useful in fights when a player is in low health. Note that players can still be hit unless driving the Patrol, Dirtbike, and Dune Buggy. (this is due to a glitch in the bike chassis that underpins them)
  • A Police officer can eject all Criminals in a car by pressing E on their vehicle with handcuffs equipped. Whomever the driver is can eject individual players from their vehicle by clicking their name in the bottom right corner, next to the lock GUI.
  • Driving a vehicle on an old and/or low-end device may cause lag and may give players a higher chance to glitch out while driving.
  • As of July 6th, 2018, vehicles cannot be locked near another vehicle’s spawn. This is to prevent Police from locking nearby vehicles, making it harder for Criminals to escape.
  • When the game was first released, vehicles were limited to only the Camaro, Police Camaro, and Model 3.
  • Before the Supercar Update, the Model 3 was free.
  • Although the most expensive current vehicle, the Concept, costs 2,500,000, asimo3089 once hinted at adding a hidden vehicle that would cost 100,000,000 and it only appears to those who have enough to buy it. He has never mentioned the idea again. [5]
  • After hitting top speeds, a lot of vehicles’ engine noises seem to get infinitely higher. This is called a Shepard Tone.
  • As of the update of Season 6: Race to the Top on October 1st, 2021, there was a glitch that allowed players to use their weapon while driving a vehicle, which was later patched shortly after.
  • To do the glitch, drop the selected weaponry on the floor, get inside their specified vehicle, and go over the weapon. if they see an E button, do not press E but instead click the button with the mouse. They can then use their weapon while driving a vehicle.
  • Miscellaneous Trivia

    • The most recent vehicles added to Jailbreak is the Proto-08, Parisian and NASCAR 75.
    • The latest vehicles to receive a remodeling is the Camaro, Pickup, Helicopter, SWAT Van, and Celestial.
    • The latest vehicle to receive a nerf was the La Matador, which happened in the Return of 5 Days of Vehicles Update.
    • When in the water, all ground vehicles will slow down slightly.
    • Currently, there are four emergency-based vehicles in the game, the SWAT Van, the Firetruck, the Ambulance, and the Interrogator.
    • As of now, there are thirteen vehicles that are free, of which three are obtainable (the Jeep, Helicopter, and Camaro, one was a limited-time (NASCAR Free) while fourteen were rewards from seasons (the Beam Hybrid, Crew Capsule, Volt 4X4, Rattler, Banana Car, Beignet, Icebreaker, Celsior, Jackrabbit, Macaron, Tiny Toy, Bloxy, Goliath and Bandit)).
    • The Crew Capsule is currently the only aerial vehicle that can be spawned both by using the Premium Garage Gamepass and on the regular garages.
    • However, the Celsior is too.
    • Lia’s Spaceship is another possible aerial vehicle that can be spawned by using the Premium Garage Gamepass or the regular garages, although the details are unknown as only L_iiaa owns it.
  • Stock vehicles come in the colors of grey, green, blue, red and white except for:
  • The Black Hawk, Cybertruck, SWAT Van, SUV, Helicopter, Jet, Stunt, Firetruck, Stallion, and Torero, which spawns in only one color.
  • All vehicles that spawn in the Rising City Police Station and Prison Police Stations spawn in only one color.
  • Non-customized vehicles also come with yellow headlights (blue for the Cybertruck and Concept, and white body color for the UFO) and black Windows and wheels (blue for the Helicopter and UFO), although they can be customized.
  • As of the Winter 2018 Update, with the introduction of Seasons, some vehicles require being a certain level along with the money.
  • Currently, the only vehicles with level requirements are the Arachnid, the Torpedo, the Raptor, JB8, Beam Hybrid, Crew Capsule, Volt 4X4, Rattler, Banana Car, Beignet, Icebreaker, Celsior, Jackrabbit, Macaron, Toy Camaro, Bloxy, Goliath and Bandit.
  • Only the Beam Hybrid, Crew Capsule, Volt 4X4, Rattler, Banana Car, Beignet, Icebreaker, Celsior, Jackrabbit, Macaron, Bloxy, Goliath and Bandit do not require cash to obtain, only needing level 10 in their respective seasons.
  • The slowest vehicle in Jailbreak is the Stunt, while the slowest land vehicle is the Tank.
  • The true fastest vehicle in Jailbreak is the Brulee, while the fastest obtainable vehicle is the Concept.
  • There are three emojis featuring vehicles in the Jailbreak Official Discord Server: including the Camaro, Eclaire, and Volt.
  • Like in real life, the taillights of vehicles in Jailbreak when decelerating, braking, or drifting will turn red.
  • Similar to how an electric car would behave, when slowing down, the Model 3, Cybertruck, and Roadster will slow down greatly without the need for brakes.
  • The Black Hawk, Jeep, Jet and the Tank are the only military-based vehicles in-game.
  • Sometimes, players cannot enter a vehicle due to server lag or internet issues.
  • If the Celestial and the SWAT Van had their Robux translated to the in-game cash system, these vehicles would likely be priced at nearly 25,000.
  • When a player enters a vehicle, the doors will not open, instead, the player teleports inside.
  • The Ambulance has toggleable doors in the back stretcher, however, this can only be toggled by the driver.
  • A vehicle with opening doors, such as the Drone and the Delorean are open by default. They only close and open when the driver gets in or out of it, respectively. Players who enter the passenger seat of a vehicle with opening doors will not trigger the doors to close.
  • For unknown reasons, when a Criminal enters a Police vehicle, the sirens will not disappear, but when a Police officer enters a previously Criminal-driven vehicle, the sirens will appear.
  • The most expensive vehicle is the Concept, which costs 2,500,000.
  • However, it shows that Lia’s Spaceship costs 1,000,000,000, but it is only obtainable for L_iiaa and nobody else. As if a player tries to buy it will give you the Notification Vehicle is retired.
  • The cheapest vehicle in the game is the Pickup, only costing 9,000.
  • However the Camaro was stated by asimo3089 to cost 500. This, however, wasn’t implemented.
  • Planes and water vehicles don’t have vehicle GUIs.
  • Planes and water vehicles are the only vehicles that do not support the Vehicle Stereo Gamepass.
  • The Stunt and the Jet despawn faster than any other vehicle in the game.
  • Vehicles despawn when not being used after a while.
  • As of the February 2020 Update, all vehicles were given the metal material, which slowed them down due to the many reports by players, this was soon compensated for, with all the vehicles buffed. This is what caused the La Matador to be buffed so significantly, as the low profile of the car, when changed to metal, did not affect it too much. The buff increased top speed and acceleration drastically.
  • In the Gun Skins Update, Badimo retired the Steed, Mighty, and Brulee. In July 2020, Badimo retired the SUV and Megalodon. In the Fall 2020 Update, Badimo retired the Posh. In June 2021, Badimo retired the Dune Buggy. In January 2022, Badimo retired the Airtail and the Classic.
  • However the Dune Buggy did return in the Season 4 Mid-Season Update and was patched.
  • The only vehicles to have mirrors are Camper, Icebreaker, and the Tow Truck.
  • The Eclaire, Surus, Model 3, Stallion, Concept, Challenger, Deja, Ray, Boxer, Cybertruck, Delorean, Camper, Bank Truck, Beam Hybrid, Crew Capsule, La Matador, Roadster, Airtail, Volt 4X4, Torero, Ray 9, Rattler, Camaro, Sentinel, Celestial, Pickup, Trailblazer, SWAT Van, Banana Car, Beignet, NASCAR Free, NASCAR, Icebreaker, Badger, Tow Truck, Celsior, MCL36, and the Jackrabbit are the only vehicles to have first-person driving as a feature.
  • Not to also mention, the Jeep, Posh, Dune Buggy, Black Hawk, M12 Molten and Classic have interiors though there is no first-person view mechanic and the interiors are not detailed.
  • For some reason, all cars have the first-person camera GUI, showing an option for first-person driving, but for cars without interior, it doesn’t do anything. This was removed in an update.
  • Also, all retired vehicles (excluding Airtail) and some seasonal vehicles don’t have an interior.
  • Players can spawn and customize cars in the customization dock and on the roof of Garage 1, even though it is supposed to be only for water vehicles and aerial vehicles, respectively.
  • In the June 2020 Update, all vehicles were essentially bulletproof, but once the vehicle was disabled, the player inside the vehicle can get damaged.
  • During September 2021 at the Return of 5 Day of Vehicles Update, players inside a vehicle couldn’t be damaged at all however this was resolved a day later.
  • As of June 7th, 2020, the Black Hawk, Little Bird, a Helicopter, and the UFO (as of July 2nd, 2020) can pick up an empty vehicle (except aerial vehicles) by using its rope, however, it severely slows down the vehicle carrying the vehicle.
  • This is done in the same way as picking up a cargo crate in the Cargo Ship robbery.
  • Despite Lia’s Spaceship costing 1,000,000,000, it doesn’t count since it’s unobtainable, even if a player has enough money, and L_iiaa got the vehicle for free without any deduction of her cash.
  • In the Tow Truck update, players are now able to tow almost any sort of vehicle, along with the ability to tow vehicles with a driver inside.
  • The UFO, Stallion, Model 3, Volt and La Matador are the only vehicles to receive a remodel however the Roadster, Camaro, Pickup, Cybertruck, Helicopter, SWAT Van and the Celestial are the only vehicles to have an interior addition despite not having a major remodel.
  • Helicopters have changed GUI more than other vehicles, more specifically the addition of new features to them.
  • This is due to dropping bombs, the rope, and helicopter spotlights.
  • The Mighty, Steed, Megalodon, Posh, SUV and Brulee used to spawn naturally with stripes, although in the Return of 5 Day of Vehicles update, the stripes were removed and replaced with a Classic plaque.
  • The SWAT Van, ATV, Black Hawk, and Celestial are featured in all of the Jailbreak playsets.
  • However, they have some slight differences compared to the in-game vehicles.
  • The passengers of vehicles used to not take any damage.
  • This was patched in the October 2020 Update.
  • However this seems to still be the case with the Bank Truck.
  • Bank Truck is the only vehicle that doesn’t have the lock GUI and can not be customized.
  • This might be because the Bank Truck has a completely bulletproof body and glass Windows.
  • The only player-exclusive vehicle is Lia’s Spaceship, given to L_iiaa as a congratulatory gift for being the richest player in Jailbreak, with over 1B cash.
  • The Pickup and Deja can be purchased by completing only one heist.
  • The Bank Truck is the only robbery vehicle that can be driven by players, however, it can be only driven by Police officers.
  • The Brulee and Blade are the only vehicles that gave previous owners cash when their spawn points were removed.
  • The Brulee and other retired vehicles except the Police Camaro and the Blade can be driven although you get a refund for Brulee, you can still drive that vehicle like the Brulee can be driven although retired and gave a cash refund.
  • As of February 2021, along with the implementation of Dogs, they can be seen sitting in and out of some vehicles.
  • However, they cannot sit on the bikes, ATV, and Torero, due to lack of space.
  • In Miscellaneous Update 103, many vehicles in the game were renamed, due to possible future copyright strikes.
  • The same thing had also happened to the La Matador in Miscellaneous Update 112.
  • As of the update of Season 5: Let the Memes Begin! on August 7th, 2021, the Camaro, Pickup, Helicopter, SWAT Van, and Celestial got interiors.
  • The Torpedo, M12 Molten, Volt 4X4, Beignet, Jackrabbit, Macaron, Snake, Javelin are some vehicles to have a stock spoiler causing them to not have custom equippable spoilers.
  • However, the Macaron and Snake are only vehicles to have active spoilers.
  • The Fastest Motorcycles In The World

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    Reaching breakneck speeds on two wheels isn’t for the timid. Neither is holding the top title of the world’s fastest motorcycle. The bikes competing for this claim are champions in their own right, pushing the limits of peak performance and receiving immortal status in return.

    While some stick to traditional high-performance gasoline engines, others turn to modern electric motors with instant torque, while one breaks all barriers with a Rolls Royce Allison turbine engine. There’s no lack of creativity behind the fastest motorcycles in the world.

    The bikes on this list didn’t get here by accident. It takes dedication to be anywhere near the top running of the world’s fastest motorcycle or fastest cars. A lucky few nailed their legendary status instantly, but most toiled for years before discovering the secret to top speed.

    One thing is certain: If you want to go for a ride on the fastest motorcycle in the world, you better hold on tight and watch what’s ahead.

    BMW S1000RR: 188 mph

    Since 2009, the BMW S1000RR has been pushing the boundaries of performance. Everything from the lightweight frame to the low-drag design is purpose-built to create the ultimate riding experience.

    The S1000RR’s 205-horsepower inline-4 engine provides exceptional acceleration throughout the entire power curve, allowing it to find a top speed of 188 mph. Fast enough to win multiple Isle of Man TT races and bring bragging rights to any track it graces.

    Manufacturer: BMW
    Top speed: 188 mph / 303 km/h
    Horsepower: 205 HP
    Torque: 83 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.bmwmotorcycles.com

    MV Agusta F4 R 312: 194 mph

    For a company like MV Agusta, there’s no such thing as good enough. Perfection is the goal, and it’s an endless pursuit of an ever-moving target.

    After the unbridled success of the MV Agusta F4 CC and its closely-related F4 1000 R sibling, the brand continued to fine-tune the beastly machine. In late 2007, the MV Agusta F4 R 312 was released, taking its name from the impressive 312 km/h top speed.

    Manufacturer: MV Agusta
    Top speed: 194 mph / 312 km/h
    Horsepower: 183 HP
    Torque: 85 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.mvagusta.com

    Suzuki GSX1300 R Hayabusa: 194 mph

    With abundant power and all-around performance, the Hayabusa’s introduction to the market in 1999 was a monumental occasion with a record-setting top speed of 194 mph.

    Somehow Suzuki managed to control the 197 horsepower engine and make one of the fastest motorcycles in the world enjoyable to ride regularly. Who says you can’t have it all?

    Manufacturer: Suzuki
    Top speed: 194 mph / 312 km/h
    Horsepower: 197 HP
    Torque: 114 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au

    MV Agusta F4CC: 195 mph

    Sparing no expense, the MV Agusta F4CC is an exclusive piece of motorcycle history. Claudio Castiglioni, the Managing Director of MV Agusta, set out to create a hand-built masterpiece to contend for a world no 1 bike. The world’s fastest bike price or investment was of no concern.

    All 100 units produced incorporate carbon fiber fairings, titanium exhaust, and more than 90% tailor-made components. Fine adjustments are scattered throughout the engine, including changes to the geometry of the connecting rods and larger intake valves.

    The MV Agusta F4CC is one of the top 10 fastest bikes in the world. While its 120,000 price tag is not cheap, the Bugatti price list makes it seem tolerable in comparison.

    Manufacturer: MV Agusta
    Top speed: 195 mph / 314 km/h
    Horsepower: 200 HP
    Torque: 92 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.mvagusta.com

    Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory: 199 mph

    Aprilia’s flagship motorcycle is no slouch. As one of the fastest sportbikes in the world, the RSV4 1100 Factory features a powerful V-4 producing 217 horsepower. A dual-beam aluminum chassis connect to Öhlins fork front suspension to provide premium road handling.

    The Aprilia has braking power covered with 4-piston Brembo calipers, floating stainless-steel rotors, and sintered pads. It reached the podium 9 times in its first full season of World Superbike racing.

    Manufacturer: Aprilia
    Top speed: 199 mph / 320 km/h
    Horsepower: 217 HP
    Torque: 90 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.aprilia.com

    Ducati Panigale V4 R: 199 mph

    Ducati’s name is well-known to anyone familiar with the fastest production motorcycles. When the redesigned Ducati Panigale V4R achieved a top speed of 199 mph, Ducati once again showcased its ability to blend style, sophistication, and performance.

    Although the V4R is reserved for track-only use, Ducati also produces a similar street-legal version of the Panigale: the Ducati Superleggera V4. Its claim to fame is an unbeatable power/weight ratio of 1.54 HP/kg. Adhering to the gentlemen’s agreement to limit mass-produced street-legal motorcycles to 300 km/h, the Ducati Superleggera V4 top speed is electronically limited to 186 mph (299 km/h).

    Manufacturer: Ducati
    Top speed: 199 mph / 320 km/h
    Horsepower: 221 HP
    Torque: 83 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.ducati.com

    Damon Hypersport Premier: 200 mph

    The best electric cars and motorcycles are sure to become more popular with their instant torque, ever-increasing ranges, and attractive builds. The Damon Hypersport Premier meets those baseline features with a 0 to 60 mph time of just 3 seconds, a 200-mile range, and bold styling.

    Damon takes the Hypersport Pro a step ahead as one of the fastest bikes in the world, top speed in km/h of 321 (200 mph). This daredevil attitude is balanced with innovative safety including predictive artificial intelligence to help anticipate and avoid trouble.

    Manufacturer: Damon
    Top speed: 200 mph / 321 km/h
    Horsepower: 200 HP
    Torque: 200 ft lbs
    Website: https://damon.com

    Ducati 1199 Panigale R: 202 mph

    While the Panigale name continues on current Ducati models, the Ducati 1199 Panigale R is a different bike from the past. Its two-cylinder engine has titanium rods, finely-tuned engine mapping, and a super-light flywheel, combining to push out 202 horsepower and a top speed of 202 mph.

    High-performance handling is accomplished through an adjustable swingarm and Öhlins suspension. Landing on the list of the world’s fastest bike top 5, it lives up to everything you expect from Ducati.

    Manufacturer: Ducati
    Top speed: 202 mph / 325 km/h
    Horsepower: 202 HP
    Torque: 100 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.ducati.com

    Lightning LS-218: 218 mph

    If any doubts remain about electric motorcycles, the Lightning LS-218 should conquer them, starting with its top speed of 218 mph and 0 to 60 mph in a minuscule 2.2 seconds.

    The LS-218 offers an Öhline fully-adjustable front suspension, Bremo 4-piston calipers, and a Billet aluminum adjustable swingarm. The IPW liquid-cooled 150kw motor recharges in just 30 minutes with a DC fast charger. You can see why it holds a spot on our list of the best electric motorcycles.

    Manufacturer: Lightning
    Top speed: 218 mph / 351 km/h
    Horsepower: 200 HP
    Torque: 105 ft lbs
    Website: https://lightningmotorcycle.com

    Kawasaki Ninja H2R: 240 mph

    The race-only Kawasaki Ninja H2R will catapult you up to 240 mph. Those looking for a street-legal version can purchase the Kawasaki Ninja H2 instead, which has a still-impressive top speed of 209 mph.

    This Ninja motorcycle is a pinnacle engineering achievement with a lightweight trellis frame, fully-adjustable suspension, and a full suite of rider-focused support, including traction control, anti-lock brakes, engine brake control, and launch control.

    Manufacturer: Kawasaki
    Top speed: 240 mph / 386 km/h
    Horsepower: 305 HP
    Torque: 122 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.kawasaki.com

    MTT 420-RR: 273 mph

    Marine Turbine Technologies knows how to achieve top speed on a motorcycle. The 420-RR is their latest design and pushes the top speed to an astonishing 273 mph, overshooting their predecessor MTT Y2K bike’s top speed of 250 mph.

    The MTT 420-RR features a 420-horsepower Rolls Royce Allison turbine engine and aerodynamic carbon-fiber fairings. With production limited to five bikes per year, getting your hands on the fastest bike in the world isn’t easy.

    In response to riding his own MTT superbike, Jay Leno told Popular Mechanics, “It’s like the hand of God pushing you in the back… I’ve ridden a lot of fast bikes but nothing pulls like this.”

    Manufacturer: Marine Turbine Technologies
    Top speed: 273 mph / 439 km/h
    Horsepower: 420 HP
    Torque: ~500 ft lbs
    Website: https://www.marineturbine.com

    Honorable Mention: Dodge Tomahawk: 300 mph (est.)

    In 2003, the world witnessed the unveiling of a concept like no other, the Dodge Tomahawk. By stuffing the Dodge Viper’s 8.3L V10 engine on a platform that rides like a motorcycle, the carmaker might have created one of the fastest motorcycles in the world.

    But there’s more to the story than this. Not only did this monstrosity have four wheels, but its top speed was also never proven. It’s reported that nine Dodge Tomahawk replicas were produced and sold for 555,000 each, likely used more for art decoration than street or track use. It is indeed not a street-legal motorcycle to ride.

    Finding evidence that any Tomahawk has been ridden faster than 100 mph seems to be impossible. Should it be on this list? Can it truly go 300 mph? The world may never know.

    Manufacturer: Dodge
    Top speed: est. 300 mph (483 km/h)
    Horsepower: 500 HP
    Torque: ~525 ft lbs

    The world’s fastest motorcycles summary

    Creating one of the top 10 fastest bikes in the world can be done in a variety of ways. Popular racetrack names like Ducati and Kawasaki stick to their bread and butter, while electric newcomers like Lightning and Damon challenge tradition.

    Grabbing the ultimate spot as the world’s fastest bike, however, takes something special. Marine Turbine Technologies discovered the secret by applying a turbine engine on a two-wheel monster. The result has been nothing short of spectacular.

    The 11 fastest motorcycles in the world are:

    • MTT 420-RR: 273 mph
    • Kawasaki Ninja H2R: 240 mph
    • Lightning LS-218: 218 mph
    • Ducati 1199 Panigale R: 202 mph
    • Damon Hypersport Premier: 200 mph
    • Ducati Panigale V4 R: 199 mph
    • Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory: 199 mph
    • MV Agusta F4CC: 195 mph
    • Suzuki GSX1300 R Hayabusa: 194 mph
    • MV Agusta F4 R 312: 194 mph
    • BMW S1000RR: 188 mph

    Frequently asked questions about the world’s fastest motorcycle

    The turbine-powered MTT 420-RR is currently the fastest bike in the world with a top speed of 273 mph (439 km/h). Check our list of the fastest bikes in the world to see the full ranking.

    Featuring a 449cc 4-stroke engine and a rugged steel frame, the KTM 450 SX-F is the fastest dirt bike in the world with a top speed of 123 mph (198 km/h).

    Rocky Robinson holds the claim to fame as the fastest bike rider in the world, setting a motorcycle land speed record of 376 mph (605 km/h) in 2010.

    The MTT 420-RR is street-legal, allowing it to also claim the fastest street bike in the world title with its top speed of 273 mph (439 km/h).

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    WEPED SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER: A High-Performance Premium Scooter

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    The WEPED SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER is a premium scooter that boasts high-performance capabilities.

    The WEPED SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER has been recently unveiled by WEPED, a distinguished name in the domain of personal mobility. This state-of-the-art electric scooter has been engineered to provide unmatched performance and dependability for individuals seeking transportation or recreational activities. The SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER boasts a plethora of sophisticated functionalities and premium constituents, rendering it capable of captivating even the most meticulous of riders.

    • Powerful Dual Motor: Equipped with a dual BLDC hub motor, the WEPED SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER delivers a remarkable 8KW of power, providing impressive acceleration and thrilling rides.
    • Long Range: With a range of approximately 174 miles (280km), the SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER ensures you can enjoy extended journeys without worrying about running out of battery.
    • High Speed: The scooter offers a safe speed limit of 87 mph (±5) and a maximum speed of about 100 mph (±5), making it a true speed demon on the roads.
    • Premium Build Quality: The frame of the scooter is crafted from high-quality POSCO 6061 aluminum alloy, ensuring exceptional durability, strength, and a smooth ride.
    • Top-of-the-Line Components: The SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER utilizes genuine Samsung SDI 21700 50E lithium-ion cells for its 100.8V 100Ah (10,080Wh) battery pack, guaranteeing reliable performance and long-lasting power.
    • Comfortable Ride: Featuring 20-inch tubeless tires and front and rear oil shock absorbers, the scooter provides a smooth and comfortable ride, even on uneven road surfaces.
    • Advanced Braking System: With Brembo brakes installed on both the front and rear wheels, along with an electronic brake, the SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER ensures reliable and efficient braking power for enhanced safety.
    • Intuitive Display and Lighting: The widescreen display allows riders to easily monitor vital information such as speed, battery level, time, and mileage. Dual headlights with high and low beam functions, along with a tail light and brake light, provide excellent visibility and safety during night rides.

    High-quality components are utilized to ensure uncompromising quality.

    WEPED exhibits a sense of pride in its dedication to utilizing premium-grade constituents in their electric scooters, and the SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER is a manifestation of this principle. The scooter’s frame is composed of POSCO 6061 aluminium alloy, which provides superior durability and strength. In contrast to scooters produced by alternative manufacturers utilizing castings and moulds, WEPED’s frame undergoes precision machining to ensure a seamless surface, superior surface treatment, and elevated surface durability.

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    The meticulous FOCUS on particulars guarantees a seamless and enduring journey, devoid of any concessions on excellence.

    The SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER is powered by a battery pack consisting of Samsung SDI 21700 50E lithium-ion cells, with a total capacity of 100.8V and 100Ah (10,080Wh). Consequently, the riders can relish a battery with a high capacity that guarantees enduring efficiency and dependability.

    The utilization of authentic Samsung battery cells by WEPED, in conjunction with precise manufacturing techniques and KC certification, guarantees a secure and effective energy supply.

    The riding experience is of exceptional quality and the safety features are noteworthy.

    While utilizing the SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER, riders can anticipate a journey that is both comfortable and seamless. The scooter is equipped with 20-inch tubeless tires that operate in conjunction with front and rear oil shock absorbers, resulting in an unmatched riding experience that can be likened to floating on clouds.

    The braking system exhibits superior performance, featuring Brembo brakes equipped on both the anterior and posterior wheels. over, the incorporation of an electronic brake amplifies the collective braking force, guaranteeing dependable and safe deceleration.

    The SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER is outfitted with dual headlights that provide both high and low beam capabilities, ensuring optimal brightness. This characteristic ensures optimal visibility during nocturnal excursions, featuring the capacity to alternate between low-intensity white beams and high-intensity yellow beams. The inclusion of a tail light and brake light serves to augment safety measures by providing unambiguous signals to fellow motorists.

    The display interface exhibits a user-friendly design and supplementary features.

    The utilization of a widescreen display enables riders to seamlessly observe crucial data points, including but not limited to real-time velocity, battery capacity, temporal information, and distance travelled. The ergonomic design of the button interface facilitates ease of use, enabling riders of varying skill levels to navigate the display with ease.

    WEPED provides an extra alternative for chromatic adjustment, enabling consumers to customize their SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER. Through the utilization of the anodization process, individuals operating the vehicle have the ability to select a desired colour from a spectrum of options.

    These options include, but are not limited to, Black, Gold, Silver, Green, Red, Blue, Sky Blue, Charcoal Khaki, Dark Brown, Rose Gold, or Orange. The implementation of this customization feature introduces a degree of individualized expression to the pre-existing, noteworthy scooter.

    Technical Specs

    • Battery:
    • Cell: Samsung SDI 21700 50E
    • Voltage: 100.8V
    • Capacity: 100Ah (10,080Wh)
  • Motor: Dual BLDC hub motor
  • Power: 8KW
  • Range: Approximately 174 miles (280km)
  • Speed:
  • Safe Speed (Speed limit): 87 mph (±5)
  • Maximum Speed: About 100 mph (±5)
  • Tire: 20-inch tubeless tires
  • Braking System:
  • Front Brake: Brembo brake
  • Rear Brake: Brembo brake
  • E-Brake: Included
  • Suspension:
  • Front: Single Oil Shock Absorbers
  • Rear: Dual Oil Shock Absorbers
  • Dimensions:
  • Unfolded: W1998 x D315 x H1436mm
  • Folded: W1998 x D315 x H989mm
  • Weight: 170kg
  • Frame Material: POSCO 6061 aluminum alloy
  • Lighting:
  • Headlights: Dual headlights with high and low beam functions
  • Tail Light: Included
  • Brake Light: Included
  • Display: Widescreen display for speed, battery level, time, and mileage information
  • Additional Option: Color tuning through anodizing process (Colors available: Black, Gold, Silver, Green, Red, Blue, Sky Blue, Charcoal Khaki, Dark Brown, Rose Gold, Orange)
  • Conclusion

    The company WEPED has exhibited its dedication to providing top-quality, high-performance electric scooters by unveiling the SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER. This scooter is a remarkable example of WEPED’s commitment to developing superior personal mobility solutions, characterized by its robust motor, extensive range, high-grade components, and meticulous attention to detail.

    The SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER offers a riding experience that integrates power, comfort, and safety in a seamless manner, ensuring an exceptional ride for both daily commuters and thrill-seeking enthusiasts.

    The scooter offers an approximate range of 174 miles (280km), allowing for extended journeys on a single charge.

    Regulations may vary depending on your location. It’s important to check and comply with local laws and regulations regarding the use of electric scooters on public roads.

    The SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER has a maximum speed of about 100 mph (±5), providing a thrilling and fast-paced riding experience.

    Charging times may vary, but with the included 15A fast charger, the SONIC S DUAL E-SCOOTER can charge efficiently to get you back on the road quickly.

    WEPED provides support and availability of spare parts and accessories for their scooters. You can contact their customer service center for any specific inquiries or needs.

    While the scooter offers powerful performance, it can be ridden by individuals of different skill levels. However, it is important for riders to familiarize themselves with the scooter’s capabilities and exercise caution while riding.


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