Ride 4: These are the top five bikes to race on

Ride 4: These are the top five bikes to race on

Discover the five best bikes in Milestone’s Ride 4 with us and Riotbox!

Photo credit: Ride 4 on Steam

In our latest video, content creator Riotbox helps us take a look at the best bikes in Milestone’s sim racing title Ride 4! The game has already been available since October 8 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and can be played by up to twelve people at the same time – meaning that it is about time to figure out the best ride to get to pole position. We present to you: the five best bikes in the game!

Three World Superbikes

On place five is the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100. It is one of the three World Superbikes featured on this list. Originally crafted as a streetbike, its exterior has a quite aggressive look, but it is actually the slowest bike out of the five. This brings it down to 931 Performance Points in the game and a prize of 841,000 credits which sounds like a lot but is the cheapest relative to the other four bikes.

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR is the next Superbike on our list. At 934 Performance Points, it is only slighty ahead of the Aprilia and also in terms of its accelaration stat below ten, the bike seems a little underwhelming at first. However, maybe due to better traction on the asphalt, it achieves better results on track and definitely earns to be mentioned here.

Our last member of the World Superbike Series is the Ducati Panigale V4 R. It costs players 875,000 credits, but surely delivers for that amount of money: 234 horsepower will take the player through career mode in the blink of an eye. Besides that, the bike has a stunningly aggressive look to it while it’s still as smooth to handle as the two previous bikes on this list.

Two high-end machines for real champions

The Tamburini T12 Massimo can only be yours for a proud sum of 4.3 million credits. However, if you are able to assemble that much money, you receive a machine designed to be the lightest bike in its category, bringing along numerous benefits to acceleration and brake stats. But being the last racer to step on the brakes and the first one to reach maximum velocity has its peculiarities: The handling of the bike is really special and requires some getting used to. With that being said, if mastered this bike will surely take you places.

The most superior and special bike concludes this list: the Kawasaki Ninja H2R is the fastest machine in the entirety of Ride 4 and truly a beast on the track. Going circa 30 kmh (some 20 mph) faster than the other competitors can be the ultimate advantage, but only a real champion can tame it. This bike is definitely the most difficult to handle – but this also makes it the most rewarding to race with.

Which of these bikes is your absolute favorite? Tell us on Twitter at @OverTake_gg or in the comments down below!

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