There are pre-defined keys for driving your motorbike along the track, other keys for showing off and performing some spectacular stunts, for changing the direction and so on.
Soon, you’ll notice that keeping your bike steady is not enough for scoring enough points to complete all those levels. You need to learn the right combinations of keys in order to perform some amazing stunts, too.
They’re by far the best alternative to all those adrenaline motor ridings you’ve taken on real life, rugged tracks or that only you’ve dreamed to take.
Therefore, get ready to orchestrate some amazing two wheel performances playing motorbike games whenever you want.
You may pick your on-screen rider and even the track you’d like to work your skills on (go for a wet, track in the woods for example, and make your motorbike race around the clock even more challenging).
Also, you might encounter all sorts of obstacles on your way, so you’ll need to prove great reaction times and overcome them in a sec using the right combination of keys.
About the circuit
Assen is the only venue to have held a round of the Motorcycle World Championship every year since its creation in 1949. The circuit was purpose built for the Dutch TT in 1955, with previous events having been held on public roads. The track is narrow, with rapid changes in direction, and is fully surrounded by grass banks and grandstands, providing excellent viewing for the hundreds of thousands of fanatical spectators who are drawn to the most prestigious event in Dutch motorsport every year. A huge favourite with riders, Assen is well known for its festive and extravagant atmosphere.
In 1999 the circuit was modified with a new grandstand, control tower, press centre and renovated boxes. Modifications to the Assen circuit over the winter of 2005/6 saw the length of the championship’s longest serving track cut from over 6km down to 4.555km/2.83miles.