Copyright/Publisher: Accolade/Distinctive Software,
Designed By: Brad Gour & Don Mattrick, Programmed By: Mike Kiernan & Frank Barchard,
Graphics By: Mike Smith, Music By: Kris Hatlelid,
Release Year: 1991, Number Of Players: 1
Race on 15 authentic Grand Prix Courses:
Tracks like Suzuka in Japan put a premium on handling and acceleration. From
Australia to Brazil, you'll file down ther foot pegs on the most gruelling layouts
Choose from 5 different skill levels:
Will the racer in front of you blast into the lead or dump his bike trying? Each skill
level alters the racing ability of the competition. (Nothing quite like wiping out at
90 mph. How do you say "ouch" in Italian?)
Race in 3 different performance classes:
Ride a bullet or a bumble bee. Choose either 500cc, 250cc or 125cc class races. Check
out this baby's specs. It's one road rocket with a license to thrill.
Compete against 9 of the circuit's best Grand Prix riders:
Don't look behind you now, but there's a pack of hungry road warriors right on your tail.
These guys chew asphalt for breakfast and burp exhaust. Better eat your Wheaties.
The Cycles: Internatinoal Grand Prix Racing - Puts You in the saddle - First perspective
for true racing realism.
The Cycles: Internatinoal Grand Prix Racing
wraps you around the chassis of the fastest bikes ever built as you compete in the
International Grand Prix of motorcycle racing.
The only motorcycle game with a first-person perspective. Sense the rush of full
throttle speed. Look over the handlebars to see the pavement disappear under
your wheels. Choose from 5 different skill levels. Each level alters the racing ability
of the competition.
Will the racer in front blast into the lead or dump his bike trying? Do battle with
the world's racers in the sport's premier events. Choosing either 500cc, 250cc or
125cc class races tackle 15 authentic Grand Prix Courses across the world. From
Australia to Brazil file down the foot pegs on the most gruelling circuits in
Who's got the guts? Who wants the glory? Who'll emerge victorious to holst the
trophy as world champion?