Motorcycles are often treated as the modern day equivalent of horses.
Some works take this an extra step and have the protagonist engage in jousting from the back of a motorbike.
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- In keeping with their theme, the Knight and the Squire (England's equivalent of Batman and Robin) have lances they use from the back of their motorcycle steeds.
- A one-sided version occurs in Fall Of Liberty. The Lost MC ride their bikes into zombies hordes while taking them down with baseball bats.
Manga and Anime
- Doctor Who: The Doctor has a motorcycle jousting match against one of the Bannermen in "Delta and the Bannermen".
- Disney's JESSIE did this as well.
- Happens in the Wizards of Waverly Place episode "Graphic Novel".
- One American Chopper episode had them doing this in pairs, though one was on a scooter.
- An episode of Sliders features this as part of a parallel universe that seems heavily inspired by Mad Max.
- Jackass did it with bicycles. Close enough to fit.
- Get Smart: In "The Mild Ones", Max has to infiltrate a biker gang called the Purple Knights. The initiation test is jousting on motorcycles.
- In the "Camelot Capers" episode The Goodies had to joust a horseback knight while mounted on their iconic three-seater bicycle. It doesn't go well for them.
- This is the theme of Daft Punk's music video for "Derezzed"; a fictional videogame of this nature.
- In the music video for "Team", Lorde heads up a secret society as two guys participate in motorcycle jousting as part of the initiation process.
- Shadowrun 1st edition supplement Shadowbeat. In the Combat Biker game the Lancebiker player carries a 2 meter long lance that he can use against other players.
- The Simpsons did this once, in an episode where Homer won a motorcycle in a steak-eating contest.
- There's a pair of Star Wars: Clone Wars episodes (Chapter 4 and Chapter 8) in which Obi-wan Kenobi and a platoon of clone lancers do this against IG lancer droids and the bounty hunter Durge, on speeder bikes.
- Hal Jordan does this (on a flying motorbike) as part of a tournament in the Green Lantern: The Animated Series episode "Heir Apparent".