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These Are The Fastest Bikes You Can Get In GTA Online

Grand Theft Auto Online is a gamer's sandbox paradise. You can complete missions with your friends, blow up your enemies, and compete against both in races. No matter what you do in GTA Online, though, you will have a need for speed. You can't exactly win a race — or outrun the police — if your vehicle is as slow as a moped. While you could cruise around in a stylish car, you are better off in a motorcycle.


Cars are heavy, chunky vehicles weighed down by their powerful engines. Motorcycles, meanwhile, are thin, svelte machines. They're lightweight, able to squeeze into areas that would demolish cars, and shift into overdrive whenever they wheelie. Since motorcycles are your best option, you probably want to know which will give you the most speed. If so, look no further for all your "fastest bikes in GTA Online" needs.

Western Deathbike

If you want the fastest motorcycle bar none, your best bet is the Deathbike. It comes in three flavors — Nightmare, Future Shock, and Apocalypse — and is only supposed to have a top speed of 91.34 mph. However, in practice, the Deathbike clocks in at a whopping 150 mph, the fastest of any GTA bike. This speed, however, only applies to a fully upgraded Deathbike.


Now, Deathbikes aren't sold at any old store (the legal ramifications of selling something called the "Deathbike" would be deadly). You can only purchase them through the Arena War store, but that is technically a half truth. First, you have to buy a Gargoyle for $120,000 and then customize it into a Deathbike through the Arena workshop. Each style of Deathbike costs $1,269,000 on top of the $120,000 you already spent on the Gargoyle, and you can't just pick a color then change your mind later. If you have buyers remorse and want a different Deathbike, you need to sell the bike, buy another Gargoyle, and start the process over again.

Once you fully upgrade your Deathbike, you will have the fastest motorcycle in GTA Online.


Pegassi Oppressor

The Oppressor is essentially a literal rocket customized to look like a motorcycle. It has wheels, retractable wings, and all the elegance of a guided missile. When fully upgraded, the Oppressor's top speed reaches 140 mph. Confusingly enough, GTA Online also includes the Oppressor Mk II, which isn't the upgrade it is cracked up to be. At a max speed of 127.75 mph, the Oppressor Mk II doesn't even make the game's top five fastest bikes.


If you want GTA Online's second fastest bike — and one of the few capable of flight — prepare to shell out a whopping $3,524,500. You can only purchase the Oppressor from Warstock Cache & Carry. But, if you complete the Mobile Operations mission, you can buy the rocket bike for the discounted price of $2,650,000.

The Oppressor might be expensive, but you get what you pay for, and what you get is a rocket on wheels that laughs in gravity's face. If anything, $3.5 million is a steal.

Nagasaki BF400

Some bikes drive up their prices with bells and whistles. The Deathbike, for instance, includes enough circular saws, miniguns, and wheel spikes to cameo in a Mad Max film, while the Oppressor can fly. If you want an inexpensive, vanilla bike with speed as its only selling point, you should get the Nagasaki BF400. At only $95,000, it costs a fraction of GTA Online's other speed demoncycles. Moreover, all of the purchase price goes into its horsepower, as the BF400 achieves a max speed of 137 mph when fully upgraded.


Out of all the game's speedster motorcycles, the BF400 is one of the easiest to acquire, and not just because of its price. You only need to visit any Southern S.A. Super Autos store and you're set.

With the Nagasaki BF400 in hand, you will leave virtually all your opponents in the dust. Just hang on tight and don't let go.

Pegassi Bati 801/801RR

The Grand Theft Auto franchise revolves around money. The more money you have, the more you can buy. The more you spend on an item, the better it is. It's traditional video game logic. However, thrifty real-world shoppers will tell you price isn't everything. Budget products can surpass high ticket items, and the same is true in GTA Online, as demonstrated by the Pegassi Bati 801 and Pegassi Bati 801RR. These motorcycles are tied for a fully upgraded top speed of 135 mph, and all the differences between them are purely cosmetic.


You could probably buy a Bati 801 or 801RR right out of the gate since they are so common and so inexpensive. At only $15,000 a bike, you can pick one up at your local Southern S.A. Super Autos store any time you like.

Granted, the Pegassi Bati 801 and 801RR are only speed freaks when they are fully upgraded, but if you put enough elbow grease into them, you will have a nitro-fueled beast of a motorcycle without breaking the bank.