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A Motorcycle (バイク Baiku) is a vehicle commonly driven by the people of Earth.



Launch on her S-Cargo one-wheeled motorcycle

A motorcycle is first seen in Dragon Ball being used by Bulma, who drives Goku and herself around on it whilst searching for the Dragon Balls. Bulma owns at least three motorcycles: a white motorcycle Goku borrowed to save her from a pterodactyl, a red one she used to go on the sea with Goku and the Turtle (which based on Kawasaki KR250), and a yellow motorcycle she used to go at Aru Village. Launch is seen riding a one-wheeled motorcycle on occasion, during her days as a bandit.

Dr. Flappe owns a snowmobile, Ninja Murasaki stole it when he thought he had the Dragon Balls, instead being Goku's lunch. Although General Blue is never seen riding a motorcycle in the General Blue Saga proper, the cover for chapter 80, "The Three Stolen Dragon Balls", depicts him riding one.


A West City policeman and his airbike

The policeman in West City who helped Goku find Bulma's house uses an airbike that he got fixed by Dr. Brief.


The announcer's airbike

World Tournament Announcer uses a capsule airbike during the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament to follow Tien Shinhan and Goku at the end of their battle in the tournament.

The Toad Warriors, a gang of street thugs, also drive one wheeled motorcycles. Mr. Satan uses an airbike during the time he is at Majin Buu's house.

Goku is often shown on a bike on the covers of Dragon Ball manga chapters.

Krillin stops robber in Resurrection 'F' manga chapter 1

Krillin's High-Performance Motorbike parked in the Resurrection ‘F’ manga

In the Resurrection ‘F’ manga adaption, Krillin uses a High-Performance Motorbike used by police to chase down robbers who utilize traditional motorcycles. He can also be seen using it in Dragon Ball Super.

In Dragon Ball GT, Goku, Pan, and Trunks uses space scooters to go into a ship about to fall into a sun and searches it for a Black Star Dragon Ball. With less than a minute until the ship is destroyed, the gang rushes and gets on their scooters after finding the Dragon Ball and rescuing a green boy. They get off the ship before it melts in the sun, but when their scooters get caught up in the gravity pull, they abandon them while Giru launches a grappling hook at their ship.

Film Appearances[]

In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, a motorcycle policewoman appears during Bulma's birthday party, observing the battle against the God of Destruction Beerus from afar.

In Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, Krillin uses a High-Performance Motorbike used by police to chase down robbers who use airbikes.

Video Game Appearances[]

The World Tournament Announcer's airbike is an item in Dragon Ball RPG: Shōnen-hen.

In Dragon Ball: Origins 2, the soldiers near Muscle Tower also use snowmobiles.

In Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans, the first floor of the Muscle Tower is a garage full of snowmobiles.

In Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai, which takes place in Age 776, two years after the defeat of Kid Buu, Yamcha mentions that Goku recently got a bike. Goku says that the bike is broken right now, and Gohan mentions that no matter how many times his father tries to fix it, it falls apart again. Yamcha then suggests he should talk to Bulma about it.

Dokkan Battle Dual Personality Launch card

Dual Personality Launch card featuring Bad Launch riding her S-Cargo from Dokkan Battle

In Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, Launch is featured riding on her S-Cargo on her character card. She can also be seen riding it when encountered as an enemy in certain quests in the main story. However, she uses a jetpack to fly in battle.

In Jump Force, there is a motorbike based on Launch's motorcycle the S-Cargo which can be used by the player's avatar as a vehicle to ride around the Jump Force base to more around more quickly. It is one of two Dragon Ball series vehicles in Jump Force the other being the Hover Pod.

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, a Capsule #9 Motorcycle of the same model as the one used by the teenage Bulma and Goku can be seen parked on the road of the main street of Hero Town near Rill's Item Shop. The Capsule #9 Motorcycle is always parked there and though it survives the second attack on Hero Town by the Organization of Babidi, it becomes covered in the ash and dirt that covers the town as a result of the attack. It is the only vehicle that appears in Hero Town and ironically there is a sign near where it is parked that features a statue of Teen Bulma.


Promotional artwork depicting Bulma riding an S-Cargo from The Breakers

In promotional artwork for Dragon Ball: The Breakers, Bulma wearing her Arabian Costume can be seen riding an S-Cargo as she and Oolong flee for their lives. In-game it appears as one of Bulma's Active Skills, Capsule (Single-Wheel Motorbike) which can be equipped by Survivors using Bulma's Character Skin. The Single-Wheel Motorbike will automatically go back into its capsule the moment the user dismounts. Additionally, Krillin's Police airbike is named High-Performance Motorbike which can be used as a vehicle by Survivors, though unlike Bulma's Single-Wheel Motorbike, it isn't a Capsule vehicle.



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