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It's Pride Month with Fandom, and Overwatch's cast has a bit of representation we'd like to highlight: Tracer and Emily, Soldier 76 and Vincent, and Guillermo Portero and Miguel, and Lynx Seventeen. A big thank you to everyone who has helped make those articles and the whole wiki what they are!

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Ashe on her hovercycle

Hovercycles (a.k.a. hoverbikes) are a form of personal transport. At least some of them possess a reactor that can overload, destroying the bike.[1] They operate via lev rim technology.[2]

Hovercycle racing is carried out in South Korea.[1]

Types[]

  • Ashe's Hovercycle: A chopper-style hovercycle. Activated via an ignition key.[3]
  • Izumi Hovercycle: This bike uses a fuel cell-injected endorphin to increase performance.
  • Orochi Hovercycle: A highly customized variant of the Izumi hovercycle. It once saw use among the Shimada clan elite.[4]
  • OSV-03 Rogue:[5] A hovercycle used by Tracer while in Overwatch. Features a comms. system[6]

Notes[]

  • Similar hovering vehicles have been observed in the Overwatch setting. However, they appear to rely on repulsors, while the hovercycle simply hovers.[7]

Models[]

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