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Two DLC packs have been released for Ride 5 that add two bikes each. Neither pack is included in the Season Pass, so must be purchased separately. You can find their release text and a selection of screenshots below.

The RIDE 5 – Far East Pack includes:

Kawasaki Z900 (2021)
Suzuki TL 1000 R Racing Modified (1998)

Hold on tight to the handlebar because these two Japanese racing bikes will have you hurtling through the air!

Step back in time with the stylish, aerodynamic, full-fairing twin-cylinder Suzuki TL 1000 R, or enjoy riding a modern beast in the Z900 from Kawasaki. Boasting four cylinders of pure power, this supernaked has incredible torque at low rpm, so you can get the best start as you take on over 7000 rpm.

Far East screens:

The RIDE 5 – Rebel Pack includes:

Aprilia Tuono V4 Factory E5 – Racing Modified (2021)
Yamaha YZF-R7 (2022)

Jump in the saddle and leave your mark on the tarmac with the RIDE 5 – Rebel Pack!

Want to stand out from the crowd? The aggressive YZF-R7 is for you! With its twin-cylinder CP2 engine and the ultra-light chassis, it’s ready to take on any mid-size engine Supersports!

689cc not enough for you? How about 1077cc? We’re not talking about any old bike, but a Factory: a name that guarantees great performance from Aprilia. And the Tuono V4 certainly lives up to its lineage. This hypernaked bike takes the racing features of a supersport and turns them up to 11 thanks to its new aluminum swingarm with lower reinforcement trusses.

Discover your rebellious streak to the roar of its 175 hp!

Rebel screens:

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