Characters / Biker Mice from Mars

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    The Biker Mice 


Voiced by: Rob Paulsen (English), Toshihiko Seki (Japanese), Saul Alvar (Mexican Spanish)

"In this wild and wooly universe, there's only three things you can count on- your brains, your bros and your bikes!"

Throttle is the tan one, a quiet and decisive natural leader who cares deeply for those under (and over) his command- even though he may be too manly (or mousely) to show it. He was groomed by Stoker, the creator and former leader of the Freedom Fighters, to take command- but something interrupted it, and he ended up in space with Vinnie and Modo. Curiously enough, he's the only one who's displayed the Martian skill of telepathy, and telepathic trickery as well. He was blinded in the Mars-Plutark war, and courtesy of Dr. Karbunkle now has semi-working replacement eyes that he needs his signature pair of sunglasses to see with.
Tropes associated with Throttle:
  • Cool Shades: He wears a pair of shades straight out of the 90s fashion mags.
  • Deadpan Snarker: For example:
    Vinnie: Yeah! Some pretty studly moves there!
    Modo: Well, that's pretty nice of you to say, Vinnie.
    Vinnie: Not you, bro. I was talking about me!
    Throttle: What a surprise.
  • Handicapped Badass: His vision is severely impaired without his sunglasses, thanks to Dr. Karbunkle.
  • The Leader: He tends to call the shots.


Voiced by: Ian Ziering (English), Shigeru Nakahara (Japanese), Jesús Barrero (Mexican Spanish)


He's the self-proclaimed baddest biker this side of ten solar systems, and he's almost right. Vinnie has a huge ego that was only outdone once in the whole series, but underneath his bluster lies a sweet, caring individual who would sacrifice anything for his bros and Charley. He gained his mask in the Mars-Plutark war, either by being blasted at or by a sadistic experiment by Dr. Karbunkle. Either way, his first love Harley (no relation to Charley) gave him a mask made out of flex-plate metal, which allows his face to move while still covering up his scars.
Tropes associated with Vinnie:
  • Badass Bandolier: Wears two green bandoliers, crossed over his chest in an X.
  • Big Eater: One View-Master frame Limburger looks at has Vinnie stuffing his face with hot dogs.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Vinnie's major defining trait, after his massive ego.
    Vinnie: Yep, that's me! I'm the baddest motorcycle mamma-jamma in the universe!
    Throttle: Modest, too.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Vinnie can hardly keep his mouth shut around a pretty woman, but he's also protective over the women in his life (Harley and Charley being the main examples).
  • Expressive Mask: The metal plate over his face doesn't keep him from having a decent range of facial expressions.
  • Handsome Lech: Despite the flex-steel, he's quite handsome and doesn't mind taking advantage of it.
  • Heartbroken Badass: In the 2006 revival, his girlfriend Harley went through a Face–Heel Turn since the last time they met and she appears to get killed shortly after she comes to her senses.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Egotisical, boastful, and mildly perverted, but deep down he's a sweet-natured guy.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Well, all three mice fit, but he's the worst of them.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: While he is commonly referred to as "Vinnie", his real name is Vincent.


Voiced by: Dorian Harewood (English), Daiki Nakamura (Japanese), Herman Lopez (Mexican Spanish)

"Like my grey-furred momma always used to say..."

Modo is a Gentle Giant through and through, until you anger him- in which case he will bring the Unstoppable Rage like a fuzzy grey tornado. His mother imbued him with a philosophy about children, women and life in general that still guides him today, and he quotes her often. Out of the three Biker Mice, he sustained the most severe injuries- losing his right arm and left eye. Again, "courtesy" of Karbunkle he now has a mechanical arm to replace his blown-to-bits one. Unfortunately for him, the arm wasn't really wanted, and Modo still has self-doubts about it to this day.
Tropes associated with Modo:
  • Arm Cannon: Modo has a retractable one on his mechanical arm.
  • Berserk Button: Don't hit the ladies, the children, or God help you, his beloved bike. Or you will perish painfully.
    • And don't even think about hurting his friends, or calling them (or him, for that matter) rats.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He may have a soft heart, but pissing him off can still be hazardous for your health.
  • The Big Guy: He is the toughest of the group, and the tallest at a staggering six feet nine inches.
  • Eyepatch of Power: He wears an eyepatch to cover the eye he lost to Karbunkle experimenting on him.
  • Friend to All Children: Modo is extremely fond of children, especially his nephew Rimfire and niece Primer. This trait is used against him once by Limburger to break his self-esteem.
  • Handicapped Badass: He is missing an eye and has a robotic arm.
  • Heroic B.S.O.D.: "Modo Hangs It Up" has him visit a hospital where a boy is hurt as a result of a battle against Limburger. It takes a lot of fight out of Modo. The boy, however, reveals he's really Marshall, Limburger's nephew, and really not hurt at all. In the follow-up fight, Marshall's got a Biker Mice pennant to cheer them on with.
  • Momma's Boy: He loves his mother very much and frequently quotes her advice.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: In "Modo Hangs It Up". He gets better though.
  • Unstoppable Rage:
    • You know how Modo's eye glows red when he's pissed off? Well, when you threaten his bike, or his bros, or, God help you, both, his entire body glows red (actually, that only happened once, but whatever) and he'll sucker-punch you into freakin' Lake Michigan.
    • He and his bros are mice. Not rats. Run away fast if you hear anyone calling them rats when Modo's around.
    • Once in a Christmas Episode, given Limburger sunk to a new low by targeting the orphans the Biker Mice were with earlier (and taking out their orphanage), Modo's not pulling punches.

    Friends of the Biker Mice 

Charlene "Charley" Davidson

Voiced by: Leeza Miller-McGee (1993 series, 2006 video game)/Lisa Zane (2006 series) (English), Rihoko Yoshida (Japanese), Patricia Acevedo (Mexican Spanish)

"Maybe you could stop by the parts store?"

Charlene is a long-suffering woman, considering who she has daily upon her doorstep- either three rambunctious bikers who are experts at accidentally wrecking everything around them, or money-hungry Plutarkians who would like her to be out of their way permanently. Despite both of these, however, she's still alive and kicking, partially due to her own mechanical genius. She's responsible for fixing the Biker Mice's bikes, installing upgrades and treating their wounds. There is no overstating her value to the Biker Mice's cause; if she was not there to make an emergency fix or fashion a new weapon, the Biker Mice would be long dead by now. They know it too, which is why every time Charley declares that she's going along, she's vetoed by all three of the Mice. She still gets her shots in every once in a while, but not by the Biker Mice's choice.
Tropes associated with Charley:
  • Action Girl: While the Biker Mice often forbid her from doing so, she's kicked her fair share of butt.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Her hair is a lot shorter in the 2006 series.
  • Brainy Brunette: She has brown hair and at least has more common sense than the Biker Mice.
  • Damsel in Distress: The second thing Charley does is get captured and then put in a giant trap so Grease Pit can blackmail the mice into going away. She then yells out "NO DON'T IT'S A TRAAAAAAP!" To her credit, she is painfully aware of this, and tries to avoid it while still being a useful friend to the Mice.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Most frequently makes remarks about the Biker Mice not being responsible and rushing into battle without a strategy.
  • Only Sane Woman: The Mice have hilariously huge egos. She doesn't.
  • Punny Name: Her name is a play on the Harley Davidson motorcycle brand.
  • Spy Catsuit: Sort of, in "The Masked Motorcyclist", the episode where Charley is testing out an experimental bike while wearing a really sexy catsuit and a helmet that completely obscures her face. The Biker Mice have zero idea it's her until almost the end, when the bad guys shoot at her bike, and it crashes, with her subsequently removing her helmet to check for damage and revealing the sexy mechanic, much to the Mice's total surprise...and PLEASURE.
  • Tomboyish Name: Her name sounds like "Charlie", which is usually a masculine name.
  • Women Are Wiser: Considering the mice, that's not hard.
  • Wrench Wench: She repairs the mice's bikes.

The Martian Freedom Fighters


Voiced by: Peter Strauss (1993 series, 2006 seriesnote )/Jim Ward (2006 seriesnote )

"Thanks for the wheels, beautiful!"

Stoker is the creator and main force behind the might of the Freedom Fighters. He is a legend amongst all Martians, and maybe even beyond that planet itself. However, age and a hard lifestyle forced him to slow down, although he resisted toning down his signature style of tail-whipping for a while. He is Throttle's mentor, Vinnie's idol (and occasional foil) and a dear friend to many Freedom Fighters.

In the 2006 revival, he attempts to retrieve his invention the Regenerator from Ronaldo Rump and the Catatonians so that he can build a new one and use it to end the drought on Mars.
Tropes associated with Stoker:
  • Ascended Extra: He only appeared a handful of times in the original series, but is a major character in the revival.
  • Brainwashed: Karbunkle hypnotizes him into serving the Plutarkians, but he ends up coming to his senses.
  • Cool Old Guy: He is implied to be older than Vinnie, Modo, and Throttle.
  • Jekyll & Hyde/Hulking Out: In the 2006 series, exposure to sunlight causes him to transform into a rat-like monster.
  • The Kirk: Balances the differing personalities of Rimfire and Carbine.
  • La Résistance: He is a member of the freedom fighters battling against the invading Plutarkian troops.
  • Long-Lost Relative: The 2006 series reveals that he has a daughter named Spitfire, who was separated from him between the events of the 1993 series and the revival.
  • Mind-Control Eyes: What a pretty shade of green!
  • Papa Wolf: In the 2006 series episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth", his rat form attacks Cataclysm when he sees him threaten his daughter Spitfire.


Voiced by: Brian Austin-Green (1993 series)/Leeza Miller-McGee (1993 series, as a child)/Jess Harnell (2006 series)

"Sorry to drop in on you like this, Uncle Modo."

Rimfire is a sprightly, athletic young mouse—as said above, Modo's sister's child. Along with his sister Primer, Rimfire has fought in the Mars-Plutark war despite being only around 16 or 17 years old in human years. Like Modo, Rimfire is polite and gentle, as well as having a ninja-like talent for getting out of tight scrapes (and into tight scrapes: only one episode has him not being held captive by a Big Bad).
Tropes associated with Rimfire:

Carbine Cannonblade

Voiced by: Leah Remini (1993 series)/Dina Sherman (2006 series)

"I'm joining the real fight, with the real fighters."

Carbine is the new leader of the Freedom Fighters, a former Army General. Unlike Stoker, she prefers a set of rules and disciplines, instead of the camraderie and mild chaos of Stoker's FF. Despite this, she is still a very competent leader, although her desire to stay on Mars has driven a wedge between her and her boyfriend Throttle. She nearly had him executed after he returned to Mars just after the Plutarkians seeded a tape of him and his bros supposedly aiding them in destroying Chicago, but they managed to hash it out before the Biker Mice were thrown into the Pit of Everlasting Doom (otherwise known as Spiky Pit of Spikes). She may come as a bit touchy at times, but it's only because she cares most about her planet's survival.

In the 2006 revival, she is revealed to be Stoker's niece.
Tropes associated with Carbine:
  • Alliterative Name: Although her surname is rarely used.
  • Action Girl: Accomplishes quite a lot of victories as a member of the freedom fighters.
  • Ascended Extra: She only appears in a few episodes of the original series, but has a more important role in the 2006 revival.
  • Badass Longcoat: In the 2006 series, she wears a long red coat.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: She got a scar on her face shortly after the Biker Mice originally left Mars, but she is still on their side for the most part.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She made it difficult for Throttle and the others to clear their names when she was convinced that they helped Limburger, but she and Throttle ended up patching things up and parted on better terms by the end of the episode featuring her. She also accepts that the Biker Mice like staying on Earth in the 2006 series.
  • Mission Control: In the 2006 series, she gives Throttle, Vinnie, and Modo the orders they need to follow in their mission to find Stoker, retrieve the regenerator, and defeat the Catatonians.
  • La Résistance: As noted, she runs it.
  • Rugged Scar: She has a scar to show that she suffered while trying to survive the war against the Plutarkians.
  • The Spock: The most logical of the freedom fighters.


Voiced by: Kath Soucie (1993 series)/Jennifer Hale (2006 series)

"That's right. I'm back. And here's the facts!"

Vinnie's old girlfriend on Mars. She was the one who patched up his face by giving him the metal plate he wears. In the finale of the 2006 revival series, it turns out that she ended up disfigured while trying to evade the Plutarkian soldiers and sided with the Rats because she believed the Biker Mice abandoned her.
Tropes associated with Harley:
  • Back for the Finale: In the original 1993 series, she only appeared in the three-part finale "Once Upon a Time on Mars". The 2006 revival has her return in the final episode "Turf Wars".
  • Face–Heel Turn: In the 2006 series, it is reveald that she sided with the Nomad Rats when she believed that the Biker Mice abandoned her.
  • Heel Realization: While she intended to use the regenerator to make Olympus Mons erupt in "Turf Wars", she eventually sees the error of her ways after realizing how devastating that course of action really is.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: When the regenerator was in danger of going critical, she risked her life to get close enough to turn the device off and shortly after that was supposedly killed by some lava.
  • Never Found the Body: Even though she is supposedly killed after she stops the regenerator from going critical, her body is never seen and Charley and Modo even try to cheer up Vinnie by telling him it's possible she survived somehow.
  • Please Keep Your Hat On: In the 2006 series, she wears a purple mask. The flashbacks that play during her Villain Song reveal that the mask is to hide the scars she sustained during the Plutarkian invasion.
  • Redemption Equals Death: She eventually comes to her senses and rejoins the Biker Mice, but she supposedly sacrifices her life to prevent her plan from causing irreparable damage to the already drought-ridden Mars.
  • Tragic Villain: She was once Vinnie's love interest, was disfigured while trying to flee from the Plutarkians, she sided with the Rats because she was convinced that the Biker Mice gave up on her, and she supposedly dies after she sets things right. Sounds about right.
  • Villain Song: "Hard to be Harley" in the 2006 series episode "Turf Wars", where she sings about what happened to her after Mace kidnapped her and why she's betrayed the Biker Mice.

    Villains from the 1993 Series 

Lawrence Lactavius Limburger
Voiced by: William Morgan Sheppard (1993 series, 2006 series)/Jim Ward (2006 series, "Once Upon a Time on Earth, Part Three") (English), Kiyoyuki Yanada (Japanese), Esteban Siller (Mexican Spanish)

"It's so hard to find good help these days."

Lawrence Limburger, otherwise known as "Boss", "Mister Limboiger" and "Stinkface", is a well-spoken denizen of destruction and disaster. He is the epitomy of greed, with a hunger for power that would outdo most dictators. His most fervent want is to become the High Poobah of not only Earth, but Plutark as well, and if it weren't for those stupid gerbils on bikes he'd have his wish by now. It's not for lack of trying that he's still a much-maligned minnow in the pool of power- it's that through a combination of incompetent goons, bad luck and not crossing one T that has him pulling his fins in frustration.

The 2006 series has the Catatonians and Ronaldo Rump replace him as the main antagonist, but he eventually makes an appearance where it is revealed that he was banished to Earth after the Plutarkians were defeated and that he and Karbunkle had become lackeys to the Pit Boss all this time. He ends up suffering another humiliating defeat at the Biker Mice's hands, but he does get one more chance to get even with the mice near the end of the series.
Tropes associated with Limburger:
  • Added Alliterative Appeal: Lends a lovely layer to Limburger's loquacious lambasting of his lackeys.
  • Alliterative Name: His first, middle, and last names all begin with the letter L.
  • Bad Boss: Limburger has no respect for his underlings—consequently, they only serve him because he's rich.
  • Baleful Polymorph: In the 2006 revival, his final fate is to be turned into a non-anthropomorphic fish while still capable of speech.
  • Big Bad: He is the main antagonist of the original 1993 series.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: He's demoted to this in the 2006 revival, as while he is still a threat to the Biker Mice, he appears in only a few episodes and his plans to overthrow the Pitt Boss and upstage Ronaldo Rump and the Catatonians fail miserably.
  • Card-Carrying Villain:
    Limburger: "If my word was worth anything, I wouldn't be much of a villain, now would I?"
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He is the CEO of Limburger Corporation, although by the looks of things, he's a low-level manager in the grand scheme of the Plutarkian society (perhaps because Earth's really not that important). He still has quotas to fill and expectations to meet, however. Wants to buy and then strip-mine the entire planet (except Detroit). He doesn't seem to be limited to just buying up real estate however—he sometimes will just waltz in and take the generic resources he wants.
    • The Mega Corp. gives him the backing to do so. Offworld resources are barely if ever used.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Frequently makes cutting remarks about his minions' incompetence as well as his disdain for them.
  • Demoted to Extra: The Catatonians and Ronaldo Rump replace him as the main villain in the 2006 revival. As a result, he only appears in a handful of episodes and fails miserably in his attempts to upstage the Catatonians.
  • Determinator: Limburger is very determined to get rid of the Biker Mice and he has no intention of giving up.
  • Evil Laugh: Limburger has an especially ominous laugh.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Limburger is put off by Brie's crassness and Grease Pit's, well, greasiness.
    • He's also embarrassed by the infamous traditional greeting of his people, for good reasons.
    • Subverted with the Loogie Brothers. They are two Plutarkians so smelly that even other Plutarkians (infamous for their smell of fish) can't take them... So he grabbed a gas mask and made them stink even worse to try and get the people of Chicago to run away.
  • Fat Bastard: He is rather obese and is not a nice person at all.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He acts polite and sophisticated, but he still had a hand in bringing Mars to near devastation and shows absolutely no guilt whatsoever for all the lives he's ruined and the planets he's destroyed by stealing resources for Plutark.
  • Fish Person: Like all Plutarkians, he is a fish alien.
  • Large and in Charge: He is very big and calls the shots.
  • Latex Perfection: Like all Plutarkians stationed on Earth, he wears a realistic mask to appear human. In fact, he wears it so often that one is likely to forget that he's really a fish alien disguised as a human.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Quite a lot of his dialogue consists of delivering wordy insults to the Biker Mice, his minions, or anyone else that has severely irked him.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: A major source of humour. It even gets Lampshaded by the Biker Mice in the very first episode...
  • The Starscream: Limburger does not like taking orders from other people, so generally he will plot to overthrow his superiours such as Lord Camebert and Dominic T. Stilton, or The Pitt Boss and Ronaldo Rump in the 2006 series.
  • You Fool!
    Limburger: You fools! You've doomed us all!

Dr. Boris Karbunkle
Voiced by: Susan Silo (English), Toshiya Ueda (Japanese), Ricardo Hill (Mexican Spanish)

"Excuse me, I have a few lobotomies to perform!"

Karbunkle is a god-only-knows-what from nobody-knows-where, and he's almost completely nuts to boot. Word of God has it that Karbunkle's origins may be rooted in World War II, perhaps as a German scientist gone mad. As noted, Karbunkle experimented on the Biker Mice when they were captured, and he's responsible for their Cursed with Awesome cybernetic implants.

He returns in the revival, again serving Limburger, though he much later ends up assisting Ronaldo Rump and the Catatonians.
Tropes associated with Karbunkle:
  • Ambiguously Human: He doesn't look any different from a normal human being other than his large head and the black tube connected to it, but he's shown on Mars with Limburger and another Plutarkian named Dominic T. Stilton in the flashbacks of "Once Upon a Time on Mars". This is lampshaded in the 2006 episode "Once Upon a Time on Earth" when Dr. Catorkian asks Karbunkle if he is human and he replies with "Of course I am....I think."
  • Baleful Polymorph: He ends up being turned into a turtle by the end of the 2006 revival.
  • Combat Stilettos: A very Rare Male Example.
  • Demoted to Extra: With the Catatonians introduced as the new antagonists of the 2006 revival, Karbunkle and his boss are reduced to becoming minor villains who only appear in a handful of episodes.
  • Evil Genius: He is the brains of Limburger's minions.
  • Evil Redhead: He has red hair and is definitely evil.
  • For Science!: He loves his experiments.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: At least, not that we know of. And yet, he's never seen without them.
    • At least he wears them down over his eyes instead of eternally up on his forehead, like most characters.
  • Lean and Mean: He is very skinny and also completely depraved.
  • Mad Scientist: Dr. Karbunkle is distilled batshit insane scientist.
  • Mysterious Past: Nothing is known about where he comes from and why he serves Lawrence Limburger.
  • Villainous Crossdresser: The aforementioned Combat Stilettos.


Voiced by: Brad Garrett (1993 series)/Jess Harnell (2006 series) (English), Koichi Nagano (Japanese), Javier Rivero (Mexican Spanish)

"Duh, sure, Boss."

Limburger's rather dim-witted henchman who drips grease everywhere (hence the name). Limburger found him while searching for some big muscle to help him take over Mars... needless to say, Greasepit's resume was a little beefed up.
Tropes associated with Greasepit:
  • Ambiguously Human: He may appear to be your standard human thug at first glance, but "Once Upon a Time on Mars" reveals that the first time Limburger hired him was on Mars, which suggests that he may be a Human Alien.
  • Bald of Evil: He has no hair.
  • Demoted to Extra: As with Limburger and Karbunkle, the Catatonians becoming the main villains of the 2006 series left him becoming a minor character who only appears a handful of times.
  • Dumb Muscle: Not very bright and serves as the brawn of Limburger's team.
  • Mook Lieutenant: He's apparently the field commander of the biker gangs that Limburger often sends after the Biker Mice— but he really, really shouldn't be.
  • Number Two for Brains: He usually makes a mess out of his boss' carefully laid plans, yet he is still employed by him.
  • The Pig Pen: As noted, his body literally oozes oil.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In the 2006 revival, he ends up somehow becoming the new CEO of Rump Industries. It's a far better ending then what happend to Limburger, Karbunkle and Brie.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Very rarely does his greasiness ever help him out.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: 99% of the time. The one time he does wear a shirt is in the episode "Hit the Road, Jack".

Napoleon Brie

Voiced by: Luke Perry (1993 series, 2006 seriesnote ), Ian Ziering (2006 series, "Once Upon a Time on Earth, Part Three")

''"I love the smell of fried fish flesh in the morning. Reminds me of the school cafetewia!"

Another Plutarkian and a rival of Lawrence Limburger who is stationed in Detroit.

Tropes associated with Napoleon Brie:
  • Ax-Crazy: To the extent that at one point, he even plays with a grenade after removing the pin.
  • Baleful Polymorph: At the end of "Once Upon a Time on Earth", the regenerator is used to turn him into a non-anthropomorphic fish that can still talk.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Subverted in the 1993 series, where he's actually quite competent at his schemes and is arguably more of a threat then Limburger, with his plans usually only failing because of outside factors. It's played straight in the 2006 sequel series though: His one and only appearance in the series has him try to get Limburger arrested while Brie gets a reward from Lord Camenbert in exchange for Limburger and the regenerator, except Camenbert turns out to be a Catatonian Shapeshifter who ends up causing both Limburger and Brie to be captured and finally taken out for good. Even Limburger calls Brie out on his huge failure.
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Aside from his short stature, another way he differs from most Plutarkians is that he always pronounces his R's and L's as W's.
  • Fish Person: As with all Plutarkians, he is a fish alien.
  • Mad Eye: His right eye is yellow with a green swirl.
  • Latex Perfection: Like Limburger and the other Plutarkians based on Earth, he wears a mask to appear human.
  • The Napoleon: Appropriately enough, Napoleon Brie is short and also has big ambitions, considering he intends to take over Limburger's operations in Chicago.
  • Punny Name: His surname is Brie, a kind of cheese that is popular in France, while his first name refers to French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.

Number One

Napeleon Brie's right-hand man.
Tropes associated with Number One
  • Badass Normal: He appears to be just a normal human unlike the majority of villains in the series, but he's still very capable of holding his own against the Biker Mice.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Despite his boss returning in the 2006 revival, Number One is completly absent in it.
  • The Dragon: Serves as Napoleon Brie's right-hand man and is almost always at his side and leading Brie's goons whenever he shows up.
  • Foil: Number One is pretty much everything that Grease Pitt isn't: Competant, smart, and treated with respect by his boss {And he's also actually paid for his work, unlike Grease Pitt}.
  • Psycho for Hire: Is under Brie's employment and has a bit too much fun doing his job, though he's more professional then most examples of this trope, and only turned against Brie when Limburger tricked him into thinking he was getting demoted.

Lord Camembert

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett (1993 series)/Jess Harnell (2006 series) (English), Ryuzaburo Otomo (Japanese)

"So where is the traditional Plutarkian greeting?"

The leader of the Plutarkian race and the person that Limburger answers to.

Tropes associated with Lord Camembert:
  • Bad Boss: He frequently yells at Limburger and forces him to do the traditional Plutarkian greeting even though Limburger doesn't like it.
  • Demoted to Extra: While he wasn't exactly a main character in the 1993 series, he was a reoccurring minor antagonist who appeared in a decent amount of episodes and had plenty of screentime and interactions with Limburger. In the 2006 series he only shows up in 3 episodes, two of which are just voiceless cameos in flashbacks, and the one time he actually does get a speaking role, it turns out to not actually be him but instead a Catatonian Shapeshifter disguised as him.
  • Fat Bastard: Like most Plutarkians, he is overweight and not a nice person at all.
  • Fish Person: Like all other Plutarkians, he is a fish alien.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Being the leader of the Plutarkian race and Lawrence Limburger's superior, he's technically the most important threat to the Biker Mice, but he only appears in a few episodes.
  • Obnoxious In-Laws: He had a mother-in-law until she was indirectly killed by Limburger in "Stone Broke". Camembert rewarded Limburger by giving him his funding back.

Evil Eye Weevil

Voiced by: Jess Harnell

"How's my hair? Perfect! And I'm still in one piece... sorta."

Evil Eye Weevil, a former stuntman who claims to be Elvis Presley's alien twin brother is one of the recurring villains on Biker Mice. He's very egocentric, snobbish and abusive. He possesses a special weapon called the hostility ray; when a person gets struck by its red beam, he or she becomes hostile toward other people - hence the name. When several people get hit by it, things can get quite nasty. Once, the hostility ray even made the Biker mice, normally close friends, yell at each other and almost start a fist fight. Luckily, the ray's effects wear off with time.

Evil Eye has two minions who are known as the Pukes of Hazzard, a pair of purple skinned muscular dwarves. They admire their master and do nothing but bask in his magnificence despite they often get abused by him. They do any menial task Evil Eye sets before them just for the privilege, including preparing his stunt bike to fixing his limbs when he breaks them - which happens so often that it's become a Running Gag.

Tropes associated with Evil Eye Weevil:

The Pulverizer

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett (English), Jose Arenas (Mexican Spanish)

"'Biker Mice,' eh? Look like sloppy soldiers to me! It'll be my pleasure to pulverize 'em!"

The Pulverizer is an evil cyborg (or robot) with a militaristic theme both in his appearance and speech. He frequently uses military jargon in his speech. It is implied that he was once in the armed forces but became a criminal. When he was summoned, Karbunkle mentioned that the Pulverizer had just completed his six year stinct. The Pulverizer has an over sized right hand which is also his power fist. This very powerful weapon allows him to punch with outstanding power along with firing small bursts of energy.

The Pulverizer is a merciless, power-hungry and cruel bully and also a very competent leader. He's very cunning, not to mention fearless in front of his enemies. He is almost unstoppable when he has competent troops - this was seen in Cheese Cadets, when Limburger hired him Elite Mooks after his own goons went on strike.

Tropes associated with the Pulverizer:

  • Ax-Crazy: Aggressive and unstable villain who's not afraid to use physical violence.
  • Megaton Punch: What he did to Greasepit after he was summoned.
  • Oh, Crap!: Gets this after he pushes Throttle's Berserk Button. Doesn't exactly say 'oh crap' but has a very terrified expression on his face.
  • Power Fist: He has an oversized hand that gives him power.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are colored red.

The Pit Boss

Voiced by: Stu Rosen (1993 series)/Jess Harnell (2006 series)

"'You get those bikes to work for me, and maybe...just maybe...I'll let you go!'"

A criminal who lives deep within the pits of Chi-town. He runs his own gang and kidnaps people to make his slaves.
Tropes associated with the Pit Boss:

  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His only good trait is that he sincerly cares about his daughter in the 2006 series, to the point that he's unwilling to kill the Biker Mice when she runs right in his crossfire to save Modo.
  • Karma Houdini: He never had any real punishment in the original series and the same applies for his single appearance in the revival.
  • Large and in Charge: He's pretty tall when compared to his lackeys.
  • Shock and Awe: His whip is electrified.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: His daughter basically looks like a female version of him.
  • Whip It Good: His usual weapon is a whip.

    Villains from the 2006 Series 


Voiced by: Clancy Brown (most episodes)/Dorian Harewood ("Once Upon a Time on Earth, Part One")/James Avery (video game)

"They sent shapeshifters to do a soldier's job?"

Cataclysm is the absolute definition of Big Bad, both in role and size, although officially he is the second-in-command to Assistant Supreme Commander Hairball. He's larger than Modo, by several boot sizes, and his stooped-over stature and portruding fangs just add to the terrifying (but not truly ugly) exterior. Despite his alignment, Cataclysm isn't all bad - he still has a little inkling of love for his runt brother Hairball.

Tropes associated with Cataclysm:

  • Baleful Polymorph: In "Once Upon a Time on Earth", he ends up turned into a white non-anthropomorphic mouse.
  • Beard of Evil: He has a goatee.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: With Ronaldo Rump. While he is technically the second-in-command to Commander Hairball, he's far more competant and is a much bigger threat then his idiotic brother could ever hope to be.
  • Cats Are Mean: He is a member of a race of cat-like aliens and is one of the major villains of the 2006 series.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: He is technically Hannibal T. Hairball's second-in-command, but is obviously far more competent than him.
  • Evil Redhead: He has red hair.
  • Genius Bruiser: He is very strong and is at least smarter than his brother Hairball.
  • Large and in Charge: He towers over the Biker Mice and tends to call the shots.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He is often bare-chested.

Hannibal T. Hairball

Voiced by: Rob Paulsen

"I vill be telling Mommy!"

Cataclysm's runt brother, and emphasis on "runt". Hairball is Assistant Supreme Commander of Catatonia's invasion forces, and how he got there is a true mystery considering that he's missing a few brain cells.
Tropes associated with Hairball:

  • Aliens Of Russia: He speaks English with a Russian accent.
  • Alliterative Name: His first and last names begin with H.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: He is technically leader of the Catatonian invasion forces, but he's far too incompetent and dim-witted to get anything done without his brother's help.
  • Butt-Monkey: Often gets humiliated and comically injured.
  • Cats Are Mean: He is a member of a cat-like alien race and is one of the bad guys.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: In "Driver's Ed", he reveals to know how the clutch works when the Biker Mice struggle to figure out how to drive a minivan. When asked how he knew, he simply states that he once oversaw the construction of a Catatonian vehicle that featured the use of a clutch.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: If the one time he threatens to tell his brother on her for destroying his parachute is anything to go by.
  • Meaningful Name: Fittingly enough for his surname, Hannibal T. Hairball often coughs up hairballs.
  • The Napoleon: He is very short, but has big ambitions.
  • Villain Song: He performs a duet with Dr. Catorkian called "Dig Deep" in "Turf Wars".

Ronaldo Rump

Voiced by: Jess Harnell

"You're fired!"

A greedy billionaire who teams up with the Catatonians to fight the Biker Mice.
Tropes associated with Ronaldo Rump:

Dr. Catorkian

Voiced by: Jess Harnell

"It's ALIVE! It's ALIVE! And it has teeth!"

A Catatonian scientist who follows the orders of Ronaldo Rump and Cataclysm.
Tropes associated with Dr. Catorkian:

  • Cats Are Mean: Like Cataclysm and Hairball, he is a member of a race of cat-like aliens and is a villain.
  • Large Ham: He tends to speak in a loud and melodramatic way, especially when he boasts about his inventions.
  • Lean and Mean: He is extremely skinny and is one of the bad guys.
  • Mad Scientist: Specializes in unorthodox experiments and creating weapons to fight the Biker Mice.
  • Negative Continuity: He gives his first name as "Cantankerous" in "Manchurian Charley", while "Bringing Up Vinnie" has him give his full name as "Phineas P. Catorkian".
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His voice is modeled after that of Boris Karloff.
  • Villain Song: Performs a duet with Hairball called "Dig Deep" in "Turf Wars".

Sir Richard Brand-Something

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett

"Where is dear Cousin Rumpy? Tsk, tsk, tsk. Late again, as usual!"

Ronaldo Rump's British cousin who appears in two episodes.
Tropes associated with Sir Richard Brand-Something: