RiMS Racing bikes: Aprilia, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki & more

RiMS Racing is roaring towards a platform of your choice very soon.

The new bike game, developed by Nacon and RaceWard Studio, is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on August 19.

The bikes are undoubtedly the stars of the show here, with eight of the fastest bikes in the world available; four from Europe and four from Japan. Let's take a look at the two-wheeled machines you'll be taking control of.

Latest News - RiMS Racing demo on Steam

The most exciting news for fans now is the release of the demo for the title which launches later this year.

This will give players the chance to experience the game for themselves before release, and get some practice in on track.

You can download the demo, and play it, until 22 June, from this link!

Aprilia RSV4

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The RSV4 was the star of the RiMS Racing gameplay trailer that dropped last month, and is Aprilia's most powerful motorbike ever - with 214hp and a 1.1 V4 engine.

World Superbike fans will know the bike from its dominant displays in the championship over the last decade or so, including four manufacturer's titles between 2010 and 2014.


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In the world of BMW cars, 'M' is where the performance is. But there's not been a motorbike from the famous M division of performance vehicles... until the M1000RR came along.

The monstrous M1000RR is based on the legendary S1000RR superbike - but comes with even more power and torque, while also boasting less weight and more powerful brakes.

Ducati Panigale V4R

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Ducati is one of the most iconic motorbike brands in the world and the Italian go-getters are constantly raising the standards of motorcycling.

The Panigale V4R is the brand’s first large-production street bike with a V4 engine, and is seriously cool and seriously fast. It's also a main player in the World Superbike Championships; taking Scott Redding and Chaz Davies to 2nd and 3rd respectively in the 2020 standings.

Honda CBR1000RR-R

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The CBR1000RR-R, or the 'Fireblade', is all about speed.

With decades of racing history and development under its handbars, it's a sweet mixture of power, balance and tech that promises to carve through corners.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX10 RR

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Kawasaki are leading the way in Japan's fight with the big European manufacturers with the Ninja ZX10 RR.

A beast on the World Superbikes scene with six-time World Champion Jonathan Rea, it's characterised by its ultra-narrow chassis, low weight, radial brakes and serious grunt.

MV Agusta F4RC

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A true Italian icon and a motorcycle legend, the F4RC is as rare as it is cool - with only 250 RCs produced in the real world.

Don't let its scarcity put you off though, as this 212bhp beast is made to be raced.

Suzuki GSXR-1000

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Suzuki have dubbed the 1000 their most advanced and exciting GSX-R in history - and it's clear to see why.

Not only does it look the part, but it's also said to be the lightest and the best performing in its class, while also boasting a more compact and aerodynamic frame with improved handling.

Yamaha YZF R1

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Since it first rolled off the production line in 1998, the R1 has been one of the most popular sports bikes on the planet.

Now it's yours to race in RiMS Racing, and while it'll certainly do the job on the roads... it belongs on the track!


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