GP Bikes is a realistic motorcycle simulator, based on a scratch built physics engine that accurately simulates motorcycle dynamics and setup options. GP Bikes also allows to host and join online races, with an integrated matchmaking server. During events data is collected, to provide statistics for riders' comparison.
- automotive industry-standard tyre model
- dynamic track surface groove buildup
- wet track simulation and dynamic drying
- dynamic marbles generation
- tyres pickup of marbles, grass and dirt, affecting grip
- output of CSV files with telemetry data to analyze riding sessions
- a plugins interface allows external programs to receive realtime data from the simulated bike
- LAN and online racing. Dedicated server available
- advanced users can build new tracks and integrate them with the provided tools
If you are interested in GP Bikes, you can download the demo.
The project is constantly evolving, so join the community to orient future development.
To unlock the full version and to support development purchase a license.
fix: rear suspension simulation
fix: throttle mapping
fix: rider - terrain collision
fix: automatic rider F/B lean
fix: bike reset
fix: suspensions length in replays
fix: remote bikes throttle, front brake lever and gear
fix: setup html export
fix: race gap calculation
fix: mirrors support
fix: track animations timer
fix: tearoff delay
fix: screen resolution setting
fix: allow for a separate track layout image
fix: dedicated server replay save split by session
fix: plugins sprites color
fix: plugins calls when loading a replay
fix: input plugins POV support
fix: updated to Oculus SDK 1.3.x
fix: user interface background
fix: rider model
new: bikes' default setups support
new: compare setups option
new: water temperature analog gauge support
new: rear suspension geometry in physics debug mode
new: shared skies support
new: random skies support
new: vsync option in the settings
new: modern riding style
new: HTC Vive support
To enable Vive support, download the file openvr.zip and unpack it in the GP Bikes installation folder.
While on track, press Left Ctrl + R to reset the camera tracking position.
HTC Vive support should work with the demo version, too.
- no mirror
- transparent asphalt in the user interface
- lists in the user interface
New rider's "Modern" riding style. The "Classic" style is still available for selection