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|caption = A Scorcher in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]]''.
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|price = $1,000 <small>([[Grand Theft Auto V|Story Mode]])</small><br>$2,000 <small>([[Grand Theft Auto Online|Online]])</small><br><small>([[pandmcycles.com|Pandmcycles.com]])</small>
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'''Scorcher''' is a bike in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
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{{Quote|San Andreas is full of some epic places to take this off-road beast. Comes with a mud flap so your back doesn't look like you've had a train run on you by lumberjacks. High torque cranks sound really impressive if you know what it means, and also ensure it's nimble on a trail but also stable high speed, when you are on the cusp of losing control and flying over the handlebars.|Pandmcycles.com}}
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The '''Scorcher''' is a hardtail mountain bike in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''.
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
It is sold by the [[Pandmcycles.com]] website for [[$]]1,000.
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The Scorcher is designed as a high-performance offroad bicycle, fit with front shocks, disc brakes, and a sturdy frame. It is sold by the [[Pandmcycles.com]] website for [[$]]1,000. It resembles the real-life [[wp:Saracen Zen|Saracen Zen]] but with a slacker head-angle of around 65° and a slightly beefier head tube junction. The forks look very similar to real-life [[wp:Rockshox Domain 180mm|Rockshox Domain 180mm]] with its nickel-plated steel stanchions, albeit with a squared-off bridge similar to that of the Marzocchi 66 and the Fox 36 Float 180. The hydraulic disk brakes are similar to the real life Shimano XTR with their four-spoked disk rotors and the tyres possess a tread pattern and volume similar to the 2.7 inch version of the [[wp:Maxxis High Roller|Maxxis High Roller]]. The drivetrain is likely 1x10 or 1x11 with a thick-thin chainring and clutch derailleur providing reliable chain retention since this bike does not possess a chainguide.
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==Locations==
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*On the trails and roads in the [[Chiliad Mountain State Wilderness]] and [[Paleto Forest]].
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*Sometimes seen in front of [[Michael's mansion]].
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*Next to the [[El Gordo Lighthouse]], in a farm, along with a [[Surfer]] and a [[Tractor]].
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*Near the [[Aerial Tramway|cable car station]] in [[Pala Springs]].
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*Can be kept after the [[Random Events]] mission "Bike Robberies" by not returning the bike to [[Gray Nicholson]].
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*Trevor can keep his bike after completing his part of the [[Strangers and Freaks]] mission [[Exercising Demons]].
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**You still can follow [[Mary-Ann Quinn]] after this mission and steal her own Scorcher. You can't jack it, though, so you must attack her in order to dismount the bike, then Trevor will be able to get it.
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==Trivia==
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*[[Dom Beasley]] claims in the mission [[Risk Assessment]] that the Scorcher is a "five-figure bike" when [[Franklin Clinton|Franklin]] races him. However, it is sold online for only $1,000, implying Dom's bikes may have been extensively modified.
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==Notable Owners==
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*[[Dom Beasley]]
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*[[Gray Nicholson]]
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*[[Mary-Ann Quinn]]
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*[[Michael De Santa]]
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==Gallery==
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Latest revision as of 09:18, October 20, 2014

Scorcher
Scorcher-GTAV
 A Scorcher in GTA V.
(Rear quarter view)
Vehicle class
(GTA V)
Cycles
Vehicle type Bicycle
Capacity 1 (rider)
Appearance(s) Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online
Price $1,000 (Story Mode)
$2,000 (Online)
(Pandmcycles.com)


"San Andreas is full of some epic places to take this off-road beast. Comes with a mud flap so your back doesn't look like you've had a train run on you by lumberjacks. High torque cranks sound really impressive if you know what it means, and also ensure it's nimble on a trail but also stable high speed, when you are on the cusp of losing control and flying over the handlebars."
―Pandmcycles.com

The Scorcher is a hardtail mountain bike in Grand Theft Auto V.

DescriptionEdit

The Scorcher is designed as a high-performance offroad bicycle, fit with front shocks, disc brakes, and a sturdy frame. It is sold by the Pandmcycles.com website for $1,000. It resembles the real-life Saracen Zen but with a slacker head-angle of around 65° and a slightly beefier head tube junction. The forks look very similar to real-life Rockshox Domain 180mm with its nickel-plated steel stanchions, albeit with a squared-off bridge similar to that of the Marzocchi 66 and the Fox 36 Float 180. The hydraulic disk brakes are similar to the real life Shimano XTR with their four-spoked disk rotors and the tyres possess a tread pattern and volume similar to the 2.7 inch version of the Maxxis High Roller. The drivetrain is likely 1x10 or 1x11 with a thick-thin chainring and clutch derailleur providing reliable chain retention since this bike does not possess a chainguide.

LocationsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Dom Beasley claims in the mission Risk Assessment that the Scorcher is a "five-figure bike" when Franklin races him. However, it is sold online for only $1,000, implying Dom's bikes may have been extensively modified.

Notable OwnersEdit

GalleryEdit

NavigationEdit

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