The beta version of it exists in the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV. It is based on an Orange County Choppers Pro Street, having an oval headlight and an edge-like rear end. The bike has "Lycan" badges and an emblem on both sides, near the engine and on the fuel tank. However, these textures are slighty undetailed, as well as the transmission chain.
The Lycan is officially featured in The Lost and Damned, with their textures fixed and the exhaust are made with a blue-ish finish.
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The general performance of the Lycan can be considered good, having average top speed, acceleration, handling and braking power. While it's not as fast as the Angel or the Daemon, the Lycan is still a good choice, especially for cruising around Liberty City. However, like most choppers in the game, is rather difficult to perform wheelies and stunts with this bike.
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The Lost and Damned
- It is easily found outside The Lost MC Clubhouse in traffic.
- If activities are arranged by Johnny with Jim, Terry or Clay, and he arrives without a motorcycle, a Lycan will often be found parked on a nearby street.
- The Lycan plays Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 by default when entered.
- In The Ballad of Gay Tony, Yusuf Amir owns a flame vinyl, black Lycan in his apartment. Unfortunately, it's unusable. Also, the Lycan badges on this prop are missing.