GTA Online adds 2 more motorcycle-ish things and a multi-week Bikers event

The brand new world of Bikers in GTA Online just got chopper-ier. Rockstar added in two new less-than-four-wheeled vehicles to the game today along with a long-awaited real estate tweak, not to mention a two-week special event to make your motorcycle adventures that much more rewarding.

First up is the Western Daemon Custom (below), a motorcycle that oozes old school, stripped-down style. Then comes the BF Raptor (above), which is a sporty two-in-front tricycle. They bring the new vehicle count for the Bikers update up to 15. If you really want to show your support for a fictional motorcycle manufacturer, you can log in anytime from now through October 24 to get a free black Western Logo Hoodie. Don't have enough garage space to fit all these new rides? Rockstar's finally bumped up the player property limit to six locations, so get shopping.

A special double GTA$ and Reputation Point playlist for the new Road-Rash-ian Slipstream Adversary mode is also live throughout the event, as is another double-rewards playlist for Stunt Races. As for discounts, both Lester's phone services (like becoming invisible on the minimap or losing your wanted level) and Merryweather Security's services (like calling for ammo or helicopter pickup) are available for half off. Los Santos Customs and Ammu-Nation have 25 percent off on selected upgrades and inventory as well.

And if you prefer a quick cash injection over hard-fought winnings, Rockstar's doing extra GTA$ for select Shark Cards through October 21. Here are the bonuses:

  • Bull Shark - 15% bonus (GTA$500,000 + GTA$75,000)
  • Great White Shark - 30% bonus (GTA$1,250,000 + GTA$375,000)
  • Whale Shark - 35% bonus (GTA$3,500,000 + GTA$1,225,000)
  • Megalodon Shark - 50% bonus (GTA$8,000,000 + GTA$4,000,000)

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Connor Sheridan

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