Sega's Manx TT Super Bike broke the mould back in 1995, redefining the motorcycle racing arcade machine. With realistic bike model controllers, ultra-fast gameplay and booming sound effects, it was a common sight in arcades in the 1990s.
Now you can own this iconic arcade machine as the centrepiece of your games room. Play it, admire it and invite your friends around for an awesome evening in.
Climb aboard the realistic motorcycle controller, which is loosely based on the Honda RC45. It tilts left and right, allowing the rider to lean and steer the bike. When designed, it was carefully balanced so that riders could put their feet up on the footpegs, giving a more realistic feel and allowing racers to weight the pegs to aid control.
The controls will be familiar to any motorcyclist. A quick-action twistgrip throttle gives instant thrust, while a brake lever is a short reach away for when you overcook that bend. Choose Manual mode and use the thumb-operated quickshifter to move through the gearbox.
Race around two circuits; the Laxey Coast, the shorter, easier route that runs from Ramsay via Laxey into Douglas, and the full TT Course, which is modelled on the real thing. Take your time, learn the tracks and you'll be dragging your knee in no time.
With two machines linked together, you can play against the intelligent computer AI or against a friend. Complete stages and pass checkpoints within the time limit to extend your race. Use the Sheep cheat code for a bit of extra fun!
This is an original twin arcade cabinet, fully restored and serviced by our experienced arcade technicians. It's ready to play and supplied with a warranty for your peace of mind.
It's the perfect arcade for motorcyclists, road racing fans and keen motorsport videogamers. Install it at home, in your bike shop or cafe for some real motorcycling nostalgia.
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