The Nazare Itsumade is an amazing bike that can be yours in Cyberpunk 2077. To get it, you’ll need to do a secret quest called “The Highwayman.” Here’s our guide to help you out.
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Cyberpunk 2077: Getting the Nazare Itsumade secret bike
The reason why the Nazare Itsumade is one of the rarest bikes you can find in Cyberpunk 2077 is that it requires you to complete a secret quest, “The Highwayman.” You probably won’t run into it while completing most of the game’s objectives.
Anyway, to start it, go to the Rancho Coronado East fast travel point.
If you look to the east, you’ll see a weapons shop and the Petrochem dam. This spot is close to a legendary armor location, too.
Go to the back of the weapons shop and you’ll spot a garage door. Open it and scan the bike so Johnny Silverhand can add his two cents.
This starts “The Highwayman” secret quest where the end goal is to obtain the Nazare Itsumade.
Go ahead and check the nearby computer. V will pull out a photograph of a couple, Josie and James.
Now, you need to look for the specific spot where the picture was taken.
It’s actually somewhere along the main highway in Japantown.
The closest fast travel points are Japantown West, Sagan & Diamond, and the Cherry Blossom Market.
You’ll find James sitting on a bench. Speak with him and ask him where Josie is. He’ll tell you that she might’ve gone to the Metro: Glen North station.
Oh, and be sure to take note of the graffiti on the bench as well. See that “02-14-77” date?
Anyway, fast travel to Metro: Glen North in Heywood and head east. Follow the street until you see a vending machine next to a drop-off point.
Scan the pavement to see blood spatters. Then, check the alleyway to find Josie’s body.
She’s been dead for weeks, so it’s time to confront James about it.
Once you check the quest’s description, it’ll say that Josie hid the bike somewhere in Northside near the All Foods Plant. Fast travel to that location.
“The Highwayman” quest description says Josie drew a horse as a clue.
Well, once you arrive at the All Foods Plant terminal, look behind you. The clue’s right there on the building’s wall.
Interact with the panel and enter “0214” as the passcode. This opens the garage door to reveal the Nazare Itsumade.
Finally, Cyberpunk 2077‘s sleek, shiny, neon-tinted bike with demon eyes for headlights is yours.
If you need more help, you can watch the video below from YouTuber ZaFrostPet:
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