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Cyberpunk 2077: Top 10 Best Bikes Ranked

Traverse the Night City in style using our list of the Top 10 best bikes ranked in Cyberpunk 2077.

Motorbikes are often speedier, more agile option than cars or other larger option. Although there aren’t that many bikes in the game, our guide will provide you with a list of the top 10 best bikes ranked in Cyberpunk 2077, including tips on how to get them.

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Top 10 Best Bikes Ranked in Cyberpunk 2077

Here’s a quick breakdown of our Top 10 best bikes ranked in Cyberpunk 2077:

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Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X

The most recognizable bike in Cyberpunk 2077 is the Akira-inspired Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X, which is the fastest and most expensive motorcycle in the game. It can reach 189 MPH with its massive 183 HP engine, and you definitely will need Reflex Boosters to be able to control it properly.

How to Get the Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X

Purchase it from the Autofixer for 66,000 eddies after reaching Street Cred 12 and completing the “Automatic Love” main mission.

ARCH Nazare Itsumade

The closest you can get to a Neokitsch-style bike in Cyberpunk 2077 is the Nazare Itsumade model. It’s not as fast as Kusanagi, but it’s still very powerful. Although the handling and brakes could be better, you can actually get a modified version of it while playing as a Nomad with Technical Rank 6.

How to get ARCH Nazare Itsumade:

Complete the following steps and this bike will be yours:

  1. Complete “The Highwayman” side job at Rancho Coronado.
  2. Travel to garage at Nothside, Watson, next to All Foods Factory.
  3. Enter the following code at the entrance: 0214
  4. Enter the garage and pick up the bike.

Jackie’s ARCH

This is the bike that once belonged to Jackie Welles, but now you can get one for yourself. It’s a slightly updated version of the standard ARCH Nazare model with 185 HP. There’s also a modification of this bike, known as “Jackie’s Tuned ARCH,” which is available only in the Nomad life path.

How to Get Jackie’s ARCH:

To get this one, you need to complete “The Heist” main job, and then choose one of two:

  • Rewarded at the end of the “Heroes” side job if Jackie’s body was sent to his family or left in the car.
  • Rewarded at the end of the alternative “Heroes” side job if Jackie’s body was sent to Viktor Vektor.

ARCH Nazare

The standard ARCH Nazare bike combines the elements of both a cruiser and a racing bike. Due to its unusual design, it costs more than the Kusanagi CT-3X, although it’s not nearly as fast. It’s still one of the best bikes you’ll ever be able to purchase in Cyberpunk 2077, unless you want a pure racing bike.

How to Get ARCH Nazare

You can buy this bike from the Autofixer for 71,000 eddies after reaching Street Cred 40.

Yaiba Kusanagi Mizuchi

Here’s a modified version of the Kusanagi bike with a prominent backrest saddle. It’s as powerful as the Kusanagi CT-3X model, but the design may not be to everybody’s liking. From a lore perspective, this version of the bike originally belonged to the Tyger Claws gang. You can often see it in front of the Deravajo Dojo in Little China.

How to Get the Yaiba Kusanagi Mizuchi

This one is only available only via a console command using the Cyber Engine Tweaks mod using the following command line:

  • Game.GetVehicleSystem():EnablePlayerVehicle(‘Vehicle.v_sportbike1_yaiba_kusanagi_tyger_player’, true, false)
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Brennan Apollo 650-S

The standard Brennan Apollo bike is designed by default for off-road driving. But this modified 650-S version is made for highway but it preserves the main features of the Apollo design. However, the engine has been restructured to make it sound more like a sports bike.

How to Get the Brennan Apollo 650-S

You can only get this one with Phantom Liberty, during the “Just Another Story” side job.

Brennan Apollo

Apollo may not have the sleekest of designs, but it’s a real working horse, and it’s made for off-road driving. You can also attach containers to both of its sides, turning it into a cargo bike. I was thoroughly impressed with its ability to traverse desert landscapes like no other bike in the game.

How to Get the Brennan Apollo:

You can get this one from the Autofixer for 30,000 eddies after reaching Street Cred 30.

Scorpion’s Apollo

If you have no need to carry extra weight, then I highly recommend getting the Scorpion’s Apollo instead of the standard model with compartments. It once belonged to Driss Meriana, a nomad known as “Scorpion,” but after his demise, this bike went straight to V.

How to Get Scorpion’s Apollo

This one is awarded at the end of the “Life During Wartime” main job.

ARCH Nazare Racer

The original ARCH Nazare is a hybrid bike, and if you like its design but wish it was faster, then the Nazare Racer modification would be an excellent choice. This model has a slightly elongated tail for better aerodynamics and extra plates for better protection.

How to Get the ARCH Nazare Racer:

This bike is only available from the street scavengers that hang around an abandoned construction site, which is found southwest of the clothing shop in Pacifica.

Brennan Apollo Cicada

Lastly, if you need even more carry capacity on your Brennan Apollo cargo bike, then the Cicada modification that belongs to the Aldecaldos will definitely fit the bill with its extra compartments. Everything else is a carbon copy of the original Apollo model.

How to Get Brennan Apollo Cicada

Available from the same street scavengers, as in the case with ARCH Nazare Racer listed above.

That’s it for our list of the Top 10 best bikes ranked in Cyberpunk 2077. Stay tuned for more CP2077 tips and tricks right here.

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