Released by Chicago Coin in 1970, the driving game Motorcycle featured a small seat, two handlebars for steering, and "authentic" motorcycle sounds. The marquee included a small blower that activated when the player accelerated, sending a wave of air toward the player's face. During the race, players could increase their scores if they kept their motorcycle on the road and didn't crash into other bikes. Extra points were also awarded the faster the player drove. If a player exceeded a pre-programmed score, the game awarded extra time.