Pure PS3 and 360 demos on Thursday

Quad-bikes in the sky with riders.

Disney Interactive will be popping Pure demos on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network this Thursday.

These offer the chance to hop on a quad-bike and soar off picturesque horizons while frantically producing death-defying stunts in order to build boost and best 15 other riders. Simple, sort of; there's a tutorial level included in the demo just in case.

The track on offer is Mount Garda in Italy, although this will be just one of 36 in the full game. Pure will also allow quad-bike customisation and online races, plus plenty of varying race types to hold interest.

Developed by Black Rock, formerly Climax of ATV Off-Road Fury and MotoGP acclaim, Pure has impressed us on multiple occasions.

Definitely one to keep a goggled-eye on, as our recent hands-on impressions of Pure will tell you.

Pure is due out for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on 25th September.

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