- This article is about the fourth-generation Light Cycle. For other uses, see Light Cycle (disambiguation).
|Vehicle Type||High speed personal transport|
|Users||Anon, Quorra, Gibson, Sentry, Tron|
|Behind the scenes|
The 4th Generation light cycle has no canopy, like the upgraded 5th generation light cycle, but is very similar to the 2nd generation light cycle in shape. The front wheel is wider than the rear, which has a sphere-shaped rim with three spokes attaching to the wheel. It also has a small headlight. Because it has no canopy, the rider is able to perform disc attacks while on the light cycle.
In 1989, Tron used his fourth generation light cycle to derez three sentries, who were speeding into the Outlands to derez the beta system monitor Anon. Anon later used a fourth generation light cycle, given to him by Quorra, three times: escaping the End of Line Club, racing to the games to rescue Gibson, and speeding across the bomb bay of the warship Regulator.
After 1989, the fourth generation light cycle was phased out by its successor.
- The 4th Generation light cycle is the default playable light cycle in the game TRON RUN/r and the only light cycle in the game that does not require DLC to use.
- A toy version of the 4th Generation light cycle was featured in the collector's edition of Tron Evolution.