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GP Bikes Beta 7b Released

GP Bikes Beta 7b Released

Piboso, the one man Simulator factory, released Beta 7b of his GP-Bikes Simulator.

This new update is bringing a large selection of fixes and improvements to the simulator, but also contains some brand new features. Owners of an Oculus Rift DK2 headset will be pleased to hear that Piboso took the first step in implementing support for the popular virtual Reality goggles. ( Preview video below)


Beta 7b Changelog:

  • fix: brakes mass simulation
  • fix: drafting
  • fix: wet simulation
  • fix: pit board during practice
  • fix: warmup free join
  • fix: reconnection during warmup and race
  • fix: data mismatch info
  • fix: dynamic track surface optimizations
  • fix: whitelist and blacklist update
  • fix: improved alpha mipmapping
  • fix: improved 3D grass rendering
  • new: engine torque reaction
  • new: event name
  • new: dedicated server save option
  • new: improved replay helmet cam
  • new: replay laps list
  • new: exhaust smoke
  • new: output plugins race data
  • new: possibility to disable a joystick input
  • new: replay orbit camera speed
  • new: knee collision
  • new: knee sliders sound
  • new: EdTracker support
  • new: Oculus Rift DK2 support


Anyone interested can download the Bike simulator. This download will work as a demo until it is unlocked entering a license key. With the license you get, No time limit, support, software updates and additional content.  A GP-Bikes license will cost you 26 Euro. As a bonus, it will also unlock the World Racing Series simulator.




GP Bikes is a realistic motorcycle simulator, based on a scratch built physics engine that accurately simulates motorcycle dynamics and setup options. GP Bikes also allows to host and join online races, with an integrated matchmaking server. During events, data is collected, to provide statistics for riders’ comparison.


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