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2 x SuperBike Simulators For Sale

Started by WolfMcloud, August 01, 2015, 10:52:40 AM

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August 01, 2015, 10:52:40 AM Last Edit: August 24, 2015, 05:23:18 AM by WolfMcloud
2 x Superbike Simulators will be going for sale.... in approximately 28 Days.

This is a one-off opportunity to own one (or two) of the greatest Superbike Simulators on the planet.

The project started off several years ago as a hobby when I temporarily stopped riding my Kawasaki ZX-6R race bike around real circuits. I needed something to satisfy my craving for speed!

Since then, we have built many examples for a well known Simulator company who hire them out for events.  We've also produced several for private owners.

We currently have 2 bikes under construction and these may be the last ones for sale.
Without doubt, the closest thing you will get to ride a real motorcycle around the worlds' circuits...

USB Plug in PC compatibility & Configuration.
10 x Configurable buttons
Analogue Throttle
Analogue Brake
Analogue Lean

Encased in each machine is a Custom fitted Subwoofer/Amplifier and Speakers in the chassis.  These emulate the rumble of the engine perfectly because you can FEEL the bass produced by the Subwoofer as you sit on your bike. They sound & feel AWESOME.

The bikes are fully portable and are currently being stripped /prepared to have the chassis and bodywork re-sprayed.

Attached is a picture of a customer who wanted their Superbike Simulators in Repsol livery, along with a picture of me on my ZX6R and finally a link to the first ever prototype (if you haven't already seen it). In this first video you will see a projector and PC.  These parts are not offered for sale but upgraded computers/projectors can be recommended and supplied separately to suit your application. Or, simply use your own equipment.

AN UP TO DATE, professional video will follow once the bikes are complete and fully operational.
This is a fantastic opportunity to own one of these magnificent machines, so don't miss it.



I stopped the video after the first beat of music?  >:(


August 01, 2015, 11:04:46 AM #2 Last Edit: August 01, 2015, 11:11:12 AM by WolfMcloud
Just turn the volume down! lol

A new video will be posted in due course.... without music

Napalm Nick

Yay looks sweet Wolfy.  8)

We would like to have them both in the 'Owners club' Bar at Mallory Park please for some ale fuelled racing competitions. (Hopefully yan24 is too young to be allowed in  :P)

Ah if only that place wasn't fictitious. I get carried away sometimes.

Seriously, great stuff.  I know I don't have the room for one and I expect neither the cash too but that's not to say I wouldn't love one.

Good luck mate. ;)
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 8) ..... oh feck, ya... i know i'd love one, but i think realistically taking SA import duties into account, it will be well over my budget ....... ???
damn, they look good, me likey  ;D


Thank s for the positive comments.

The transportation and import duty to SA probably costs more than the bikes... They aren't that expensive to buy.


No foot pegs? ... i wouldn't call it ultra realistic then  ;)


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If not you would understand when this thread gets deleted? 
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Quote from: Warlock on August 01, 2015, 01:20:33 PM
No foot pegs? ... i wouldn't call it ultra realistic then  ;)

- How is the bike angle controlled (servomotor ?)
- Is counter streering supported ? ...it seems that the handlebar has no DOF.


August 23, 2015, 10:12:52 AM #9 Last Edit: August 24, 2015, 09:26:36 AM by WolfMcloud
Okay 1st  bike is 99% complete.

Only software set up to complete, then simply plug in to your PC USB port, turn up the built in sub woofer and ride.
Video links to follow soon.

In terms of the realism questions, as I said, I am a superbike rider and have raced most tracks throughout the UK... I challenge anyone to find a more realistic motorcycle simulator for sale at a reasonable price.

Video links to follow soon.


August 23, 2015, 06:57:56 PM #10 Last Edit: August 23, 2015, 07:00:03 PM by Sh@rk
Lol!!!  Regarde le mien http://youtu.be/apXGdEFziCU


An excellent display of engineering, but seriously, is that bike commercially for sale for less than €1500?

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August 24, 2015, 02:51:12 AM #12 Last Edit: August 24, 2015, 04:15:46 AM by BOBR6 84
No offence intended but it looks exactly like the flip flop arcade machines from the 80s..  ;D ;D could you explain a bit more why it is considered to be a ''simulator'' ?

What feedback would it give me?


The bike simulates the sensation of riding a superbike around a circuit using your bodyweight to steer the bike through the corners, a built-in sub woofer for you to feel the engine along with a clutch and gear shifters.

You are correct that they work in a similar way that the arcade machines do, only much more refined with better feel from the throttle, brakes, engine and from the bike itself as you lean. In comparison, those arcade machines cost many, many thousands of pounds new and the games are poor.

The benefit here is that our machines are PC compatible with any motorbike simulator. Recently, we have discovered a way to make them compatible with the PS4 too... although the racing simulators are not as authentic or customisable.mn

These bikes are re-engineered and modernised for hire with all the benefits listed further above.

Thank you for your interest.


I don't think that

Quotethe greatest Superbike Simulators on the planet


Quotefor sale at a reasonable price

are really compatible.