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* ''ComicBook/WynonnaEarp'': Outlaws. Mavericks. Werewolves. These are The Banditos, the biker gang Wynonna ran with in her wildest, pre-Black Badge days. And BikerBabe Wynonna herself is tough enough to have ridden alongside them and be considered their equal.


* [[FleetingDemographicRule Chuck Palumbo tried this after the Undertaker]], with less success. This gimmick was also based on the wrestler's real life, as it happens.

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* [[FleetingDemographicRule Chuck Palumbo tried this after the Undertaker]], with less success. This gimmick was also based on the wrestler's real life, as it happens. Oddly enough, Palumbo's BikerBabe was Wrestling/MichelleMcCool, the Undertaker's future wife.


* Mondo Owada of ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc'' got accepted into one of the world's most prestigious high schools on the basis that he's one of the most badass biker gang leaders, leading the biggest Biker Gang in Japan.


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* Mondo Owada of ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc'' got accepted into one of the world's most prestigious high schools on the basis that he's one of the most badass biker gang leaders, leading the biggest Biker Gang in Japan.
* In ''VisualNovel/SpiritHunterNG'', Akira's motorcycle only adds to his image as a tough, capable fighter. Seiji and Kaoru are both impressed by it and demand rides from him on separate occasions.
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto: Motorcycles make a great choice with their superior speed, ability to maneuver through heavy traffic, fit down tight alleyways or through gaps in roadblocks, and pop a wheelie while doing so... though hitting something means flying out straight into the tarmac.

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto: ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'': Motorcycles make a great choice with their superior speed, ability to maneuver through heavy traffic, fit down tight alleyways or through gaps in roadblocks, and pop a wheelie while doing so... though hitting something means flying out straight into the tarmac.


* Batgirl comes close to this in the Adam West ''Series/{{Batman}}'', though it's slightly undercut by the fact that the bike has FrillsOfJustice. Yes, the ''bike.''

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* Batgirl comes close to this in the Adam West ''Series/{{Batman}}'', ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'', though it's slightly undercut by the fact that the bike has FrillsOfJustice. Yes, the ''bike.''

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* ''[[https://archiveofourown.org/works/14997911/chapters/34760702 The Horsewomen Of Las Vegas]]'' features the Wrestling/AcesAndEights, the Disciples Of the Apocalypse and the Ascension motorcycle gangs featured in the Pro Wrestling section.


* This is the only reason [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog]] got a bike in his solo game. He also has the bike in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'', and it's his vehicle in ''VideoGame/SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing''.

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%% * This is the only reason [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog]] got a bike in his solo game. He also has the bike in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'', and it's his vehicle in ''VideoGame/SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing''.


* RealLife example: [[Wrestling/JesseVentura Jesse "The Body" Ventura]] rode with the San Diego chapter of the Mongols before entering the pro wrestling business. Ironically, his tag team partner in the [[Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation East-West Connection]], Adrian Adonis, was the one who actually used a biker persona as part of his gimmick.

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* RealLife example: [[Wrestling/JesseVentura Jesse "The Body" Ventura]] rode with the San Diego chapter of the Mongols before entering the pro wrestling business. Ironically, his tag team partner in the [[Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation East-West Connection]], Adrian Adonis, Wrestling/AdrianAdonis, was the one who actually used a biker persona as part of his gimmick.



* The Disciples of Apocalypse ([[FunWithAcronyms D.O.A.]]), a fairly popular but not very talented stable during the WWF's "Gang Wars" angle. Included TagTeamTwins Ron And Don Harris.

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* [[Wrestling/BrianAdams Crush]] led The Disciples of Apocalypse ([[FunWithAcronyms D.O.A.]]), a fairly popular but not very talented stable during the WWF's "Gang Wars" angle. Included TagTeamTwins Ron And Don Harris.



* Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s Wrestling/AcesAndEights stable, who are based on the preexisting, somewhat notorious club.

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* Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s [[Wrestling/ImpactWrestling TNA]]'s Wrestling/AcesAndEights stable, who are based on the preexisting, somewhat notorious club.SAMCRO from ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy''.


* This is the only reason [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog]] got a bike in his solo game. He also has the bike in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'', and it's his vehicle in ''VideoGame/SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing''.

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* This is the only reason [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog]] got a bike in his solo game. He also has the bike in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'', and it's his vehicle in ''VideoGame/SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing''.


* The ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' features "swoopers" -- [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin people who ride swoops]]. Swoops are civilian models of the speeder bikes from ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', and in the [=EU=], Everyone from Luke Skywalker to Han Solo wannabes like Dash Rendar finds them useful.

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* The ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'' features "swoopers" -- [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin people who ride swoops]]. Swoops are civilian models of the speeder bikes from ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', and in the [=EU=], Everyone from Luke Skywalker to Han Solo wannabes like Dash Rendar finds them useful.


* ''ComicBook/BarbWire is a HellBentForLeather BountyHunter who marks the intersection of this trope with BikerBabe.

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* ''ComicBook/BarbWire ''ComicBook/BarbWire'' is a HellBentForLeather BountyHunter who marks the intersection of this trope with BikerBabe.


* ''ComicBook/BarbWire is a HellBenrForLeather BountyHunter who marks the intersection of this trope with BikerBabe.

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* ''ComicBook/BarbWire is a HellBenrForLeather HellBentForLeather BountyHunter who marks the intersection of this trope with BikerBabe.

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* ''ComicBook/BarbWire is a HellBenrForLeather BountyHunter who marks the intersection of this trope with BikerBabe.


* A staple of the Franchise/{{Tron}} franchise. Lightcycle combat is a popular [[BloodSport blood...er...voxel sport]] in {{Cyberspace}}, and the protagonists all end up having to survive at least one match in their respective appearances. [[VideoGame/TronTwopointOh Tron 2.0's]] Mercury is explicitly coded as a lightcycle jock.

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* A staple of the Franchise/{{Tron}} ''Franchise/{{Tron}}'' franchise. Lightcycle combat is a popular [[BloodSport blood...er...voxel sport]] in {{Cyberspace}}, and the protagonists all end up having to survive at least one match in their respective appearances. [[VideoGame/TronTwopointOh Tron 2.0's]] Mercury is explicitly coded as a lightcycle jock.



* ''Grojband'' has Mina Beff and Nick Mallory, who can ride a motorcycle.

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* ''Grojband'' ''WesternAnimation/GrojBand'''' has Mina Beff and Nick Mallory, who can ride a motorcycle.


* Biker [[TheGimmick gimmicks]] were common in the territorial days. Wrestling/TheRoadWarriors and Magnum TA are couple of the more famous examples.

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* Biker [[TheGimmick gimmicks]] were common in the territorial days. Wrestling/TheRoadWarriors and Magnum TA Wrestling/{{MagnumTA}} are couple of the more famous examples.

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