The Bourne Identity

The Bourne Identity poster
Director Doug Liman
Actors Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Chris Cooper, Clive Owen
IMDB IMDB IMDB
MetaScore 68
Year 2002
Minutes 119
Category Movie
Genres Action Mystery Thriller
Awards 3 wins & 5 nominations.

A man is picked up by a fishing boat, bullet-riddled and suffering from amnesia, before racing to elude assassins and attempting to regain his memory.

Yamaha Cygnus

Yamaha Cygnus 00:56:16 background vehicle

Deux scooters pour le prix d'un: Un qui roule et un à l'arrêt sur le trottoir

Celui qui roule : YAMAHA CYGNUS aussi badgé MBK FLAME chez MBK

Piaggio Free

Piaggio Free 01:50:31 minor vehicle

All of them look like Piaggio to me. The white one in the right foreground is a Piaggio Liberty. The one the two are riding on: ?! Allons-y pour le blanc! Isn't the still unknown green one the one with a role?

That would be a Piaggio Free.

Piaggio Hexagon

Piaggio Hexagon 01:08:09 background vehicle

In the background a Honda CB Seven Fifty motorcycle?

Piaggio Hexagon

BMW K75RT

BMW K75RT 00:53:43 chase BMW K75RT wiki

Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) escapes from two french motorcycle cops riding BMW K75RTs. The cops go down the stairs that the police cars can't make it down, but still as always motorcycle cops never fare well in chase scenes.

a classic and well-known Bmw K75 of French police

Piaggio Vespa PX

Piaggio Vespa PX 00:28:44 minor vehicle

PX Series,colloquially known in Italy also as "Vespone"(=big wasp),started in production year 1977 the model shown must be or of '80s or of '90s(unrecognizable cyl.capacity,but was available in 3 different displacements:125,150 and 200cc.;the model shown could be this late,if was requested at scooter a noticeable top speed for scenes,being the P200X the more powerful of the bunch)

Yamaha Virago 250

Yamaha Virago 250 01:36:30 background vehicle

H-D Sportster. It sounds more like a Yamaha Virago (or Suzuki Intruder)?? sure! it's not a Harley XV 535?

With the air boxes forward and the pull-back handlebars, definately a Virago. It must be a 250 or 535 because the 700cc (an later 750cc) and larger came with a speedometer AND tachometer, so we would see two chrome "bubbles" between the handlebars, instead of the single one shown here.