Fastest motorcycles in GTA Online

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GTA Online features an extensive inventory of vehicles, including over fifty motorcycles, thanks to frequent DLC updates the game has enjoyed over the years. If you’re interested in knowing the fastest motorcycles from the game, we have you covered. This guide features the top 10 fastest motorcycles in GTA Online, listed from descending to ascending order, in terms of top speed. Additionally, overall performance is established.

Pegassi Ruffian

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The Pegassi Ruffian is based on a Ducati Monster. It’s a common bike, easily found on the streets of GTA. Or, you can buy it for $10,000 — a steal compared to most of the bikes on this list. The Acceleration on the Ruffian is excellent, and the speed and handling aren’t too shabby as well.

Top Speed: 86.99 mph (140.00 km/h)

Nagasaki BF400

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Here’s the byproduct of a bike that’s half dirtbike and half-speed bike, drawing inspiration from a KTM adventure. For off-road enthusiasts, this bike is a must-try. You can pick it up from Southern S.A. Super Autos for $95,000. Speed, acceleration, and handling are equally as good between each other.

Top Speed: 90.10 mph (145.00 km/h)

Western Deathbike

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Enter the Western Deathbike, an apocalypse-styled bike that looks like something straight out of hell. You can pick it up from ArenaWar.tv for $1,269,000. It’s fast and looks badass, ready for any potential zombie apocalypse.

Top Speed: 91.34 mph (147.00 km/h)

Western Gargoyle

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Here’s a bike for players looking for a ride that draws similarities to a vintage chopper. The Western Gargoyle is purchasable from Southern S.A. Super Autos or ArenaWar.tv for $120,000. Like most vintage-style motorbikes, the Gargoyle has mediocre handling and braking. However, the acceleration and speed are top-notch.

Top Speed: 91.34 mph (147.00 km/h)

Pegassi Oppressor

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The Pegassi Oppressor is essentially a rocket on wheels. Available for a whopping $3,524,500 price tag at Warstock Cache & Carry, it features wings that allow you to glide and maintain altitude for a short amount of time after a jump. The acceleration and speed are out of this world — literally.

Top Speed: 91.96 mph (148.00 km/h)

Pegassi Oppressor Mk II

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Here’s one that looks like something from Cyberpunk 2077. The Pegassi Oppressor MK II hoverbike can be all yours for a steep price of $3,890,250, sold at the Warstock Cache & Carry. If you’re interested in trading in your wheels for something that can fly, you’ve found your bike.

Top Speed 91.96 mph (148.00 km/h)

Pegassi Bati 801RR

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The Pegassi Bati 801RR is your classic-looking speed bike, drawing inspiration from the Ducati 1199. It’s available from Southern S.A. Super Autos for $15,000. The speed, acceleration, and handling are excellent all across the board. At this price point, you can’t go wrong.

Top Speed 93.21 mph (150.00 km/h)

Pegassi Bati 801

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Here’s the base model version of the Bati 801RR. It’s pretty much identical to the 801RR, except for some cosmetic differences. You can get this bike from Southern S.A. Super Autos for $15,000, as well.

Top Speed  93.21 mph (150.00 km/h)

Shitzu Hakuchou

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Here’s another bike that draws parallels to Suzuki. You can purchase the Shitzu Hakucho from Southern S.A. Super Autos for $82,000. It’s an all-around super-fast sportbike, getting you from A to B in no time.

Top Speed: 94.45 mph (152.00 km/h)

Shitzu Hakuchou Drag Bike

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Any Suzuki lovers out there? Because the Shitzu Hakuchou Drag Bike is poised to fill your void. This Drag Bike is purchasable from Legendary Motorsport at a modest $976,000. The acceleration is unmatched, with speed and handling proving strong, while the braking is a bit lackluster.

Top Speed: 98.80 mph (159.00 km/h)