Description

The 4 Stroke Champions and Events DLC adds a new category and 18 new challenge events!

Ride the 1.000cc MotoGP™ bikes that competed between 2004 and 2006, with their powerful engines, and less electronics than today’s bikes. Choose from 20 riders across 13 teams, for a total of 7 different manufacturers.

The 4-Stroke challenges take their inspiration from some of the real events that took place in those years, such as the Jerez Grand Prix in 2005 with its epic struggle at the last corner between Rossi and Gibernau, the unforgettable battles between Biaggi and Rossi, and Stoner making his MotoGP™ debut.

Rider and Team

  • Loris Capirossi – 65 – Ducati Team – 2004 Ducati Desmosedici
  • Troy Bayliss- 12 – Ducati Team – 2004 Ducati Desmosedici
  • Neil Hodgson – 50 – D’Antin MotoGP – 2004 Ducati Desmosedici
  • Valentino Rossi – 46 – Yamaha Team – 2005 Yamaha M1
  • Colin Edwards – 5 – Yamaha Team – 2005 Yamaha M1
  • Kenny Roberts – 10 – Team Suzuki MotoGP – 2004 Suzuki GSV-R
  • John Hopkins – 21 – Team Suzuki MotoGP – 2004 Suzuki GSV-R
  • Sete Gibernau – 15 – Movistar Honda MotoGp – 2005 Honda RCV 211v
  • Marco Melandri – 33 – Movistar Honda MotoGp – 2005 Honda RCV 211v
  • Max Biaggi – 3 – Team Honda – 2004 Honda RCV 211v
  • Nicky Hayden – 69 – Repsol Honda Team – 2006 Honda RCV 211v
  • Makoto Tamada – 6 – JIR Konica Minolta Honda – 2005 Honda RCV 211v
  • Alex Barros – 4 – Team Honda – 2005 Honda RCV 211v
  • Shinya Nakano – 56 – Kawasaki Racing Team – 2005 Kawasaki – ZX-RR
  • Alex Hofmann – 66 – Kawasaki Racing Team – 2005 Kawasaki – ZX-RR
  • Casey Stoner – 27 – Honda LCR – 2006 Honda RCV 211v
  • Ruben Xaus – 11 – Yamaha – 2005 Yamaha M1
  • Toni Elías – 24 – Yamaha – 2005 Yamaha M1
  • Jeremy McWilliams – 99 – Aprilia Racing – 2004 Aprilia RS Cube
  • Shane Byrne – 67 – Aprilia Racing – 2004 Aprilia RS Cube

Bikes and riders from the DLC can be used in offline and online Grand Prix, Championship, Time Attack, and Split Times modes.