"Nagasaki once again proves that four wheels aren't necessary with their all new Stryder... but neither are two. Just give the engine a few powerful revs and you'll soon convince yourself there's no shame in adults riding trikes. No shame. Really. There's nothing weird about it. Not at all. Nada. Stop overthinking and buy it now."
The Stryder was initially featured as a mission-only vehicle in the "Getaway Vehicles" preparation and later used as a possible getaway vehicle in the Casino Heist. However, as of the Stryder Week event, it is available for purchase.
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The Stryder appears to resemble the Lazareth Triazuma, although the proportions are closer to a Honda NeoWing, evident by the smaller front end, stylized headlamps and higher ground clearance.
The vehicle features a black front guard and a small fairing, located between the dual vents. A set of extended bodywork parts can be seen above and behind the front wheels, with the turning signals located on the ones. The rear section is very simplistic and features the standard tail light set, license plate, dual exhausts and a small swingarm holding the rear wheel.
Most of its bodywork and the mudguards are painted with the primary colour, while part of the upper sides and the details on the front guard are painted with the secondary colour. Black trims can be found around the lower sides of the vehicle, along with carbon-fibred panels. The Stryder's digital dials are much smaller than any other motorcycle and it is hard to get a better view of them when in first-person mode.
The Stryder is quick and agile in terms of both speed and maneuverability, being quite precise around corners at relatively high speeds. Unlike the Chimera, the Stryder's weight prevents it from ever pulling off wheelies and it doesn't fare very well on curbs, which can either throw the bike into a spin or cause the biker to fall off from the bike. In addition, it doesn't handle jumps very well and if airborne, it will pitch uncontrollably, often landing badly.
Four pre-modified variants of the Stryder can be chosen as getaway vehicles to steal for The Diamond Casino Heist. They are one of the four sets of vehicles driver Zach Nelson randomly allocates for the player.