Take to the road in the Isle of Man TT circuit, the world's most notorious real road racing event. The Isle of Man TT circuit is synonymous all over the world with racing at its most exciting and competitive best. Physically punishing and technically demanding; exhilarating and unforgiving, it's the ultimate challenge for man and machine. Prepare for a roller coaster of a ride with Suzuki TT Superbikes.
Suzuki TT Superbikes features licensed motorcycle manufacturer support, such as Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Aprilia and Triumph, for an authentic feel. Related motorcycle product manufacturers also provide additional licensed support with major brands, Castrol, Dunlop, Avon and Bridgestone Tires, Alpinestars Leathers, Arai and Shoei Helmets, Dymag and Marchesini Wheels along with Ohlins suspension and Arrow Exhausts. Containing more than 40 miles of beautifully re-created, true-to-life real road racing circuits with data from the Isle of Man Government means you get to experience every vital bump, wall, tree and house just like you were racing the circuit in real life. This authentic, physics-bewildering, visually appealing gem of a racing title brings the excitement of the open road right to your PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system.
Ride 40 licensed motorcycles from six classes, including 150, 250 ,400, 600, 750 and 1,000cc
Share the fun with three licensed sidecars
Show off your agility with three handling modes, including Novice mode with automatic braking and additional bike stability
Compete in more than 70 events culminating in the ultimate King of the Mountain challenge
Handle advanced control options allowing for independent use of front and rear brakes and rider weight control
Experience more than 30 minutes of TT and rider video
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