Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Vehicles

Intrigued by CJ's new manual two wheeled transport or just interested in what motorbikes will be returning? You've come to the right place.

BMX
The classic mode of transport for any budding Matt Hoffman, and the first vehicle you'll get to use in San Andreas. Players can perform a variety of stunts such as bunnyhops, wheelies and rotation tricks like 360's and 180's. Holding X will move the bike forward, but tapping it will increase speed by improving CJ's pedal rhythm.

 

 

Mountain Bike

The classic mode of transport for any budding Matt Hoffman, and the first vehicle you'll get to use in San Andreas. Players can perform a variety of stunts such as bunnyhops, wheelies and rotation tricks like 360's and 180's. Holding X will move the bike forward, but tapping it will increase speed by improving CJ's pedal rhythm.

 

 

ATV
Tear up the countryside with GTA's first four wheeled motorized bike. With the new vehicle physics included, and each vehicle being built "from the ground up", this sure is going to be a unique form of transport in San Andreas.

 

 

Sanchez
The Sanchez is a vital tool for getting across the countryside terrain. You'll see plenty of people riding around on them, so using the new jacking maneuvers won't be a problem, even miles from home! Look out for the brand new Sanchez races, with plenty on and around Mount Chiliad, San Andreas' very own mountain.



Racing Dirtbike
Seen in Los Santos, the Racing Dirtbike will likely have a more powerful engine than that included with the Sanchez. A great way to escape persuing cops!

 

 

 

Police Bikes
Police Officers are no longer bound to their cars, with officers now having a brand new motorbike to cruise around on. During a chase, they'll fire their weapons from the bike, making them a more formidable opponent than before.

 

 

NRG 500
Similar to the PCJ from Vice City, the NRG 500 is another high speed, sporty superbike. Seen in the Official Trailer released in September 2004 flying over one of San Fierro's many hills with cops in tow, it begins to look like the fun of Driver is recreated in San Andreas. The detail on the bike is astounding, with small decals visible towards the bottom of the chassis. Perhaps we'll be able to customise the look of our bikes aswell?

 

 


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