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11th Feb '16 3:01:43 PM TheBBTG
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', but it goes a step further by giving him at least one accessory traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his belt and to the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves absolutely no purpose other than to illustrate that he's a tough guy because ClothingReflectsPersonality.
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', but it goes a step further by giving him at least one accessory traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his the belt around his waist and to the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves absolutely no purpose other than to illustrate that he's a big, bad tough guy because ClothingReflectsPersonality.
9th Feb '16 5:55:47 AM StFan
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* Natsuki in ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}''. ** And her NamesTheSame {{Expy}} in ''Anime/GaReiZero''.
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* Natsuki in ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}''. ** ''Anime/MaiHime''. * And her NamesTheSame {{Expy}} in ''Anime/GaReiZero''.
8th Feb '16 4:12:06 PM TheBBTG
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', but it goes a step further by giving him at least one accessory traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his belt and to the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves no purpose than to show that he's a tough guy because ClothingReflectsPersonality.
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', but it goes a step further by giving him at least one accessory traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his belt and to the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves absolutely no purpose other than to show illustrate that he's a tough guy because ClothingReflectsPersonality.
8th Feb '16 4:10:33 PM TheBBTG
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in '[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl]], but it goes a step further by giving him several accessories traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his belt and the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves no purpose than ClothingReflectsPersonality by showing that he's a tough guy.
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in '[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl]], ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', but it goes a step further by giving him several accessories at least one accessory traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his belt and to the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves no purpose than ClothingReflectsPersonality by showing to show that he's a tough guy.guy because ClothingReflectsPersonality.
8th Feb '16 4:08:32 PM TheBBTG
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* ''VideoGame/StarFox''. Wolf O'Donnell. While he doesn't actually own a bike—he pilots a Wolfen—he does fit the trope in terms of his design and personality. The former because he wears the black leather attire that is standard for the trope in '[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Star Fox Assault]]''. His design is still based on this in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl]], but it goes a step further by giving him several accessories traditionally associated with the biker motif, including a chain that connects to his belt and the holster for his blaster which, other than making a clanking noise when he lands on a platform, serves no purpose than ClothingReflectsPersonality by showing that he's a tough guy.
7th Feb '16 12:17:52 AM Alia_of
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* Literature/{{Kane}} and his sidekick Blacklight in "Deep in the Depths of Acme Warehouse", in which Kane appears in present-day New Orleans. Most probably because Harleys are the closest equivalent of a horse.
2nd Feb '16 9:54:49 PM DarkMask
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* The ''{{VideoGame/Bayonetta}}'' series has no shortage of badass biker chicks. Jeanne uses her magic to drive vertically across a cliff face in the first game, and in ''{{VideoGame/Bayonetta 2}}'' she drives recklessly into oncoming traffic, just because she can! Bayonetta herself is no slouch either, in the first game she steals a motorcycle so she can shoot up some [[OurAngelsAreDifferent car-shapped angels]] on the highway, hot-wiring it by ramming her middle finger into the ignition to magically jump-start it!
31st Jan '16 5:42:13 PM MyFinalEdits
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** In ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'', Yugo comes from the Synchro Dimension, which resembles the world of 5D's, where several duelists, including him, ride motorcycles.
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** In ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'', ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'': *** Yugo comes from the Synchro Dimension, which resembles the world of 5D's, where several duelists, including him, ride motorcycles.

** Its SpiritualSequel, ''VideoGame/DriveClub Bikes'' also allows you to perform this to collect [[ScoreScreen Fame]].
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** Its SpiritualSequel, * ''VideoGame/DriveClub Bikes'' also allows you to perform this to collect [[ScoreScreen Fame]].
31st Jan '16 1:17:56 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* Definitely a parody: Travis Touchdown from ''NoMoreHeroes'' rides a ''huge'' motorcycle that looks like an [[Franchise/StarWars X-Wing]].
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* Definitely a parody: Travis Touchdown from ''NoMoreHeroes'' ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' rides a ''huge'' motorcycle that looks like an [[Franchise/StarWars X-Wing]].
27th Jan '16 6:26:51 PM 4444jdm
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* ''Tourist Trophy'', a spinoff of ''VideoGame/GranTurismo'', allows you to compete head-to-head with other bikers on tracks. ** Its SpiritualSequel, ''VideoGame/DriveClub Bikes'' also allows you to perform this to collect [[ScoreScreen Fame]].
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