Moto Rider GO supercharged with KTM and Husqvarna Motorcycles coming to Android October 2020


a new update is coming to one of T-Bull’s most popular mobile F2P racing games - Moto Rider GO! Following the partnership between T-Bull, KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH, and Husqvarna Motorcycles, along with months of fruitful development work, the update for the game is now ready. From today’s licensed, fully reproduced, and realistic motorcycles from each brand are available in the game.

Full list of motorbikes:

Husqvarna Motorcycles:

  • FE 501 2020
  • Vitpilen 701 2019
  • 701 Supermoto 2017


  • KTM 690 SMC R 2019
  • KTM 790 DUKE 2019
  • KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE R 2019

Moto Rider GO was released in 2017 and has since been breaking popularity records in the category of racing games involving motorcycles. Moto-enthusiasts can go head-to-head with their biggest rivals in multiplayer mode. The game features a variety of tracks, atmospheric changes, and a multitude of challenges. From now players can unlock licensed KTM and Husqvarna Motorcycles. 

“This is the next very important milestone after Moto Rider GO reached 100 million downloads. We believe that thanks to this cooperation, we will be able to attract new players. We want to constantly develop the game and add new solutions, so this is not the end, but only the beginning of major changes." - commented Damian Fijałkowski, CTO of T-Bull S.A.

“Offering digital brand and product experiences, especially in the form of mobile games and applications has become increasingly relevant for companies across all industries. KTM and Husqvarna Motorcycles have teamed up with T-Bull S.A. to offer mobile gamers, as well as future and current motorcyclists a realistic and thrilling virtual ride.” – Hannes Tribelnig, Licensing Manager KTM & Husqvarna Motorcycles

The update is available for Android devices and can be downloaded from Google Play.

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