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Posted: Jul 22, 2021 @ 07:35 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:41 pm GMT-0600
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MadCow deployed a new update last night, adding a brand-new 300cc Superbike and totally revamped rider models and animations. The 300cc bike allows you to basically train without having to worry too much about throttle.

NEW CONTENT
300cc SUPERBIKE
NEW RIDER MODEL
**Template will be released soon and all the old suits design have to be re-created**

HotFix
hotfix 10″ tires compound
hotfix leaning controll on wheelie
hotfix ycf handling
hotfix very low speed crash
hotfix trouble raise bikes
Fix Polini Handles
bugfix camera

Physics
Side and Forward force computation for rear wheel
Front Wobble
Engine shift foot and hand
Front transfer load on leaning
Direct Leaning fixed
Front Load stabilization
Centrifugal Force distribution to suspension fix
rear springs inclination
Fix EB 1000pro

Gameplay
Add Big Twin category
Add Polini 135
avatar crash system

Animations
throotle on animation fix
avatar skin
avatar animations
avatar gimoto skin
new animation system

We will evaluate in the next days if to clear leaderboards (maybe partially)

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