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'''Cycling '''is one of the 12 games available for play in [[Wii Sports Resort]]. The main gameplay mechanic is the alternate movement of the [[Wii Remote]] and [[Nunchuk]], up and down to accelerate. There are two variations of the game, Road Race and V.S.[[File:Biking.jpg|thumb]]
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[[File:Biking.jpg|thumb|400px]]'''Cycling '''is one of the 12 games available for play in [[Wii Sports Resort]]. The main gameplay mechanic is the alternate movement of the [[Wii Remote]] and [[Nunchuk]], up and down to accelerate. The announcer giving you advice is [[Vincenzo]], and the person at the countdown is [[James]]. There are two variations of the game, Road Race and VS.
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==Road Race==
 
==Road Race==
Road Race consists of your [[Mii]] racing in a single race, a three stage race, or a six stage race, throughout different parts of the island.
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[[File:20200503 073459.jpg|left|thumb|220x220px|Alisha and Gabriele about to race in the Road Race on a tandem bike.]]
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'''Road Race''' consists of your [[Mii]] racing in a single race, a three-stage race, or a six-stage race, throughout different parts of the island.
   
The single stage race starts off with you at the 30th position(last place), the three stage race with you at the 50th place and the six stage race with you at the 100th place. Your goal is to overtake cyclists in front of you to make it to the first position.
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The single-stage race starts off with you being in 30th place (last place), the three-stage race with you in 50th place, and the six-stage race with you in 100th place. Your goal is to overtake cyclists in front of you to make it to the first position.
   
When playing the three stage race and the six stage race, the position achieved from the previous stage is brought forward. This means that if you finished the previous stage as 15th place, you will start the next stage as the 15th place again.
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When playing the three-stage race and the six-stage race, the position achieved from the previous stage is brought forward. Example: If you finished the previous stage in 17th place, you will start the next stage in 17th place again.
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In the race, [[Vincenzo]] gives you advice, while [[James]] makes sure you set off at the right time. As a result, neither of them are seen Cycling in the race. Instead, they are replaced with the player for 100th place and a Nintendo-generated Mii for 99th place.[[File:Capture d’écran 2018-08-08 à 11.01.15.png|thumb|128x128px|[[James]] as a referee in Cycling.]]You can have two players on the '''Road Race''', but they always share a tandem bike in the course(s). Other than that, nothing changes for two players.
   
 
==VS==
 
==VS==
VS entails two or more players racing each other to the finish line across [[Wuhu Island]].
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[[File:20200503 072352.jpg|left|thumb|220x220px|Stéphanie and Miguel about to go against each other in VS.]]
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'''VS''' entails two players, along with a few random CPU [[Mii]]s, racing each other to the finish line across [[Wuhu Island]].
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There are 6 courses around Wuhu Island in total. When racing, the players are joined by 3 other random CPU Miis. These CPUs tend to be balanced in skill level, E.G. when [[Anna (Wii)|Anna]] is racing alongside the players, she will most likely be joined by [[Pablo]] and [[Naomi]] because they balance out her skill level. While this may not be exactly accurate, it is a rough idea on how the VS system works.
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The race ends in an instant when one of the two human players get to the finish line.
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== Mii Positions ==
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<u>'''Pro Class:'''</u>
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1st-10th
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[[Anna (Wii)|Anna]] ([[Champion]]),
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[[Fritz]],
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[[Alisha]],
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[[Tomoko]],
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[[Steph]],
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[[Ian]],
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[[Pierre]],
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[[Miguel]],
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[[Lucía]],
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[[Martin]]
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11th-20th
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[[Patrick]],
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[[Takumi]],
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[[Julie]],
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[[Sota]],
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[[Mia (Wii Sports Resort)|Mia]],
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[[Keiko]],
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[[Emma]],
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[[Hiroshi]],
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[[Víctor (Wii)|Víctor]],
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[[Eva]]
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21st-30th
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[[Siobhán]],
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[[Susana]],
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[[Abby]],
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[[Giovanna]],
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[[Ashley]],
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[[Steve]],
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[[Daisuke (Wii)|Daisuke]],
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[[Rainer]],
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[[Saburo]],
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[[Asami]]
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31st-34th
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[[Silke]],
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[[George]],
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[[Eddy]],
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[[Sakura]]
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<u>'''Non-Pro Class:'''</u>
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35th-40th
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[[Jackie]],
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[[Emily]],
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[[Tatsuaki]],
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[[Abe]],
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[[Eduardo (Wii)|Eduardo]],
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[[Shouta]]
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41st-50th
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[[Shinta]],
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[[Sarah]],
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[[Gabriele]],
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[[Haru]],
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[[Helen]],
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[[Mike]],
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[[Jessie]],
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[[Theo]],
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[[Barbara (Wii)|Barbara]],
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[[Jake]]
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51st-60th
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[[Hiromi (Wii)|Hiromi]],
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[[Pablo]],
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[[David (Wii)|David]],
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[[Midori]],
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[[Ursula]],
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[[Luca]],
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[[Ren]],
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[[Marisa]],
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[[Elisa]],
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[[Oscar]]
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61st-70th
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[[Ryan]],
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[[Cole]],
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[[Michael]],
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[[Marco]],
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[[Sandra]],
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[[Tyrone]],
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[[Stéphanie]],
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[[Rin]],
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[[Gabi]],
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[[Yoshi]]
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71st-80th
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[[Nelly]],
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[[Holly]],
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[[Miyu]],
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[[Matt (Wii)|Matt]],
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[[Ai]],
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[[Hayley]],
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[[Shohei]],
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[[Chika]],
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[[Yoko]],
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[[Tommy]]
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81st-90th
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[[Akira (Wii)|Akira]],
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[[Andy]],
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[[Chris (Wii)|Chris]],
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[[Takashi]],
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[[Shinnosuke]],
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[[Hiromasa]],
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[[Fumiko]],
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[[Rachel]],
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[[Kathrin]],
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[[Misaki]]
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91st-99th
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[[Megan]],
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[[Maria (Wii)|Maria]],
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[[Gwen]],
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[[Kentaro (Wii)|Kentaro]],
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[[Alex]],
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[[Greg]],
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[[Nick]],
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[[Naomi]],
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A Nintendo-generated Mii
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<u>'''Others:'''</u>
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Not Racing: [[James]], [[Vincenzo]]
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== 1-Stage Races ==
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=== '''Around the Island''' ===
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==== Description ====
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Do a circuit of the island, ending in a long slope down to the finish line.
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==== Key Points ====
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* Start (in-between the right-side of the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Red_Iron_Bridge Red Iron Bridge] and The [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Cocoba_Hotel Cocoba Hotel])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Island_Loop_Tunnel_1 Wuhu Island Loop Tunnel] No. 1
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Mysterious_Ruins Mysterious Ruins] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Cabana_Lagoon Cabana Lagoon] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Island_Loop_Tunnel_2 Wuhu Island Loop Tunnel] No. 2 (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Downhill Stretch (in-between the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Wind_Orchard Wind Orchard] and [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Candle The Candle])
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* Goal (on the left side of the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Wishing_Fountain Wishing Fountain])
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==== How to Unlock ====
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Already Unlocked from the start.
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=== '''To the Beach''' ===
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==== Description ====
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Race on every surface: concrete in town, mud by the river, and sand on the beach.
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==== Key Points ====
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* Start (on the left side of the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Wishing_Fountain Wishing Fountain])
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* The [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Wishing_Fountain Wishing Fountain] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* The [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Footbridge Footbridge] (also known as the Bridge under the Falls)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Sugarsand_Beach Sugarsand Beach]
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* Through the arch in [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Camel_Rock Camel Rock]
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* Goal (a bit south-west of The [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Cocoba_Hotel Cocoba Hotel])
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==== How to Unlock ====
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Already Unlocked from the start
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=== '''Across the Bridge (AKA. Wobbly Bridge)''' ===
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==== Description ====
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Ride a tough circuit up Heartbreak Peak, by the Hilltop Overlook, and across the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Swaying_Bridge Swaying/Wobbly Bridge].
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==== Key Points ====
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* Start (a bit south-west of The [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Cocoba_Hotel Cocoba Hotel])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Heartbreak_Peak Heartbreak Peak]
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Hilltop_Overlook Hilltop Overlook]
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* The [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Swaying_Bridge Swaying/Wobbly Bridge].
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Forest_Monument The Forest Monument] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Evergreen_Grove Evergreen Grove/The Woodland Park] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Goal (in the middle of [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Evergreen_Grove Evergreen Grove/The Woodland Park])
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==== How to Unlock ====
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Already Unlocked from the start
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=== '''Over Talon Rock (AKA. Icarus Bluff)''' ===
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==== Description ====
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Catch air off Talon Rock, then ride through town and up a long hill.
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==== Key Points ====
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* Start (in the middle of [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Evergreen_Grove Evergreen Grove/The Woodland Park])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Talon_Rock Talon Rock]
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* Uphill Stretch (to the southeast of [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Candle The Candle])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Island_Loop_Tunnel_2 Wuhu Island Loop Tunnel] No. 2 (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Cabana_Lagoon Cabana Lagoon] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Mysterious_Ruins Mysterious Ruins] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Island_Loop_Tunnel_1 Wuhu Island Loop Tunnel] No. 1 (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Goal (by the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Cocoba_Hotel Cocoba Hotel])
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==== How to Unlock ====
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Unlocked by playing a 1-Stage Race three times (doesn't matter which race you do, can be one of them all, or all of them.)
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=== '''Up the Volcano ''' ===
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==== Description ====
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Ride from Red Iron Bridge to mountain caverns; tour different sides of the island. Watch out for the edge on the mountain roads!
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==== Key Points ====
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* Start (by the [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/The_Cocoba_Hotel Cocoba Hotel])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Palm_Boulevard Palm Boulevard] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Red_Iron_Bridge Red Iron Bridge]
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Basketball_Court Basketball Court] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Runner's_Circle Runner's Circle] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Weathered_Monument Weathered Monument]
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Heart_of_Maka_Wuhu Heart of Maka Wuhu]
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* Mountain Path (near [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Mountain_Hikers Mountain Hikers])
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* Goal (by [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Summerstone_Castle Summerstone Castle])
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==== How to Unlock ====
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Unlocked by playing a 1-Stage Race five times (like Over Talon Rock, it doesn't matter which race you do).
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=== '''Into Maka Wuhu/Crater Core''' ===
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==== Description ====
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Ride through the center of the Maka Wuhu volcano all the way down the mountain. Don't look down!
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==== Key Points ====
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* Start (by [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Summerstone_Castle Summerstone Castle])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Cedar_Tree_Tunnel Cedar Tree Tunnel] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Volcano ([https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Lava_Monument Lava Monument])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Mountain_Monument Mountain Monument] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Cobbled Bridge (by [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Summerstone_Falls Summerstone Falls])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Duckling_Lake Duckling Lake] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Path by [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Mountain_Hikers Mountain Hikers] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Slippery Bridge (inside [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Heart_of_Maka_Wuhu Heart of Maka Wuhu])
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* [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Weathered_Monument Weathered Monument] (name not shown on the overview Map)
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* Goal (by [https://wiisports.fandom.com/wiki/Wishing_Fountain Wishing Fountain])
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==== How to Unlock ====
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Unlocked by playing a 1-Stage Race seven times (like Over Talon Rock and Up the Volcano, it doesn't matter which race you do).
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== 3-Stage Races ==
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=== '''3-Stage Race A''' ===
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Contains Around the Island, To the Beach, and Over the Bridge
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=== '''3-Stage Race B ''' ===
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Contains Over Talon Rock/Icarus Bluff, Up the Volcano and Into Maka Wuhu/Crater Core
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== 6-Stage Race ==
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=== '''6-Stage Race''' ===
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Contains all the races
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== Quotes (from [[Vincenzo]]) ==
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* You're running out of breath! Don't overdo it!
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* There's a series of small turns up ahead. Steer carefully.
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* That's it! Save energy by drafting behind the cyclist in front of you!
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* Wait for the right time and then sprint for the finish line!
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* Watch out for the strong crosswind as you get out of the tunnel!
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* Try to ride behind the cyclist in front of you to draft them.
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* You're halfway there!
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* There's a strong crosswind blowing out to the sea. Be careful!
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* Almost there!
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* You're almost there!
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* Nice job!
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* There's a sharp turn up ahead. Press B or Z to slow down.
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* The course goes over a small cliff up ahead. Don't worry—keep riding!
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* There's a strong tailwind pushing you along. Nice to have a break, eh?
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* This is Heartbreak Peak! It can live up to its name, so take it easy!
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* Sharp turn to the left! Press B and Z together to hit the brakes!
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* Talon Rock is just around the corner! Don't hesitate—just ride straight off!
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* If you can take this right turn carefully, you can do it without braking.
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* There are more hills ahead. There's a ways to go, so save your energy.
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* Pedal hard! You might get up Red Iron Bridge in one shot.
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* You're entering the town. Is anyone you know cheering for you?
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* Behind the waterfall is a long, uphill tunnel. Save your energy!
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* There are no barriers here, so be careful not to fall off the edge!
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* They're catching up! Stay focused!
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* It's still a little way up the hill.
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* You're inside the volcano! Good thing those barriers are there.
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* It's all downhill from here. Use your brakes to control your speed!
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* There's a sharp turn just after the bridge. Don't be caught off guard!
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* Turn right and cross the small bridge across the river. Don't fall off!
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== Stage overview Maps ==
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[[File:Stage 1.jpg|thumb|220x220px]]
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[[File:Stage 2.jpg|thumb|220x220px]]
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[[File:Stage 3.jpg|thumb|220x220px]]
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== Stamps ==
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=== Breathless ===
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==== '''Description''' ====
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Finish a race when you're out of breath.
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This doesn't really deserve much in the way of congratulations, but oh well...
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=== First of Many ===
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==== '''Description''' ====
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You get this stamp when you finish a race in 1st place for the first time.
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It doesn't matter which race you do it on.
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=== 1-Stage Master ===
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==== '''Description''' ====
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Finish all 1-stage races in first place.
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=== 3-Stage Master ===
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==== '''Description''' ====
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Finish both 3-stage races in first place.
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=== 6-Stage Master ===
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==== '''Description''' ====
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Finish the 6-Stage race in first place.
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You only have to finish first on the last stage, so you can work your way to the front gradually.
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== Trivia ==
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*If you press up, down, left, or right on the d-pad, you can change views.
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*The start of the next race is the end of the one before it. (E.g.: The start of To the Beach is the end of Around the Island). The start of Around the Island is the end of Into Maka Wuhu.
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*When the player has one heart, the background music changes from a smooth (legato) style to a short (staccato) style.
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*The street has the name of the players written on it.[[File:20200503 075845.jpg|centre|thumb|220x220px|VS. (It says Misaki VS. Hiromasa)]][[File:20200503 075427.jpg|centre|thumb|220x220px|Two player Road Race (It says Holly Giovanna)]][[File:20200503 074731.jpg|centre|thumb|220x220px|Single Player Road Race (It says Miyu)]]
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*This is the only sport where Miis may appear in different positions than usual ([[Alisha]] may appear in 1st, [[Midori]] may appear in 49th or [[Anna (Wii)|Anna]] may appear in 5th).
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**This is also the only sport to have a randomly generated AI as an Opponent (Only on the 6-Stage Race).
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*When [[Vincenzo]] says "You're almost there!", the music changes.
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*There are some times that, when the player gets near 1st place, somebody other than [[Anna (Wii)|Anna]] will be in 1st place ([[Ian]], [[Tomoko]], [[Alisha]], [[Fritz]], [[Miguel]], etc.).
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*Sometimes there will be a banana peel, rock, or a small oil spill in the middle of the path.
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*On the 1-Stage Race (30 cyclists), you mostly go against Miis in PRO Class, but there are times when some Miis that aren't marked as PROs will appear ([[Ryan]], [[Midori]], [[Gabriele]], etc.). This could possibly say that they may be sometimes PRO, but there is no actual confirmation to it.
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*The top 9 opponents in this sport all have different favorite colors (light blue, red, black, brown, yellow, light green, blue, white, orange).
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Latest revision as of 17:22, July 24, 2020

Biking
Cycling is one of the 12 games available for play in Wii Sports Resort. The main gameplay mechanic is the alternate movement of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, up and down to accelerate. The announcer giving you advice is Vincenzo, and the person at the countdown is James. There are two variations of the game, Road Race and VS.

Road RaceEdit

20200503 073459

Alisha and Gabriele about to race in the Road Race on a tandem bike.

Road Race consists of your Mii racing in a single race, a three-stage race, or a six-stage race, throughout different parts of the island.

The single-stage race starts off with you being in 30th place (last place), the three-stage race with you in 50th place, and the six-stage race with you in 100th place. Your goal is to overtake cyclists in front of you to make it to the first position.

When playing the three-stage race and the six-stage race, the position achieved from the previous stage is brought forward. Example: If you finished the previous stage in 17th place, you will start the next stage in 17th place again.

In the race, Vincenzo gives you advice, while James makes sure you set off at the right time. As a result, neither of them are seen Cycling in the race. Instead, they are replaced with the player for 100th place and a Nintendo-generated Mii for 99th place.
Capture d’écran 2018-08-08 à 11.01.15

James as a referee in Cycling.

You can have two players on the Road Race, but they always share a tandem bike in the course(s). Other than that, nothing changes for two players.

VSEdit

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Stéphanie and Miguel about to go against each other in VS.

VS entails two players, along with a few random CPU Miis, racing each other to the finish line across Wuhu Island.

There are 6 courses around Wuhu Island in total. When racing, the players are joined by 3 other random CPU Miis. These CPUs tend to be balanced in skill level, E.G. when Anna is racing alongside the players, she will most likely be joined by Pablo and Naomi because they balance out her skill level. While this may not be exactly accurate, it is a rough idea on how the VS system works.

The race ends in an instant when one of the two human players get to the finish line.

Mii Positions Edit

Pro Class:

1st-10th Anna (Champion), Fritz, Alisha, Tomoko, Steph, Ian, Pierre, Miguel, Lucía, Martin

11th-20th Patrick, Takumi, Julie, Sota, Mia, Keiko, Emma, Hiroshi, Víctor, Eva

21st-30th Siobhán, Susana, Abby, Giovanna, Ashley, Steve, Daisuke, Rainer, Saburo, Asami

31st-34th Silke, George, Eddy, Sakura

Non-Pro Class:

35th-40th Jackie, Emily, Tatsuaki, Abe, Eduardo, Shouta

41st-50th Shinta, Sarah, Gabriele, Haru, Helen, Mike, Jessie, Theo, Barbara, Jake

51st-60th Hiromi, Pablo, David, Midori, Ursula, Luca, Ren, Marisa, Elisa, Oscar

61st-70th Ryan, Cole, Michael, Marco, Sandra, Tyrone, Stéphanie, Rin, Gabi, Yoshi

71st-80th Nelly, Holly, Miyu, Matt, Ai, Hayley, Shohei, Chika, Yoko, Tommy

81st-90th Akira, Andy, Chris, Takashi, Shinnosuke, Hiromasa, Fumiko, Rachel, Kathrin, Misaki

91st-99th Megan, Maria, Gwen, Kentaro, Alex, Greg, Nick, Naomi, A Nintendo-generated Mii

Others:

Not Racing: James, Vincenzo

1-Stage Races Edit

Around the Island Edit

Description Edit

Do a circuit of the island, ending in a long slope down to the finish line.

Key Points Edit

How to Unlock Edit

Already Unlocked from the start.

To the Beach Edit

Description Edit

Race on every surface: concrete in town, mud by the river, and sand on the beach.

Key Points Edit

How to Unlock Edit

Already Unlocked from the start

Across the Bridge (AKA. Wobbly Bridge) Edit

Description Edit

Ride a tough circuit up Heartbreak Peak, by the Hilltop Overlook, and across the Swaying/Wobbly Bridge.

Key Points Edit

How to Unlock Edit

Already Unlocked from the start

Over Talon Rock (AKA. Icarus Bluff) Edit

Description Edit

Catch air off Talon Rock, then ride through town and up a long hill.

Key Points Edit

How to Unlock Edit

Unlocked by playing a 1-Stage Race three times (doesn't matter which race you do, can be one of them all, or all of them.)

Up the Volcano Edit

Description Edit

Ride from Red Iron Bridge to mountain caverns; tour different sides of the island. Watch out for the edge on the mountain roads!

Key Points Edit

How to Unlock Edit

Unlocked by playing a 1-Stage Race five times (like Over Talon Rock, it doesn't matter which race you do).

Into Maka Wuhu/Crater Core Edit

Description Edit

Ride through the center of the Maka Wuhu volcano all the way down the mountain. Don't look down!

Key Points Edit

How to Unlock Edit

Unlocked by playing a 1-Stage Race seven times (like Over Talon Rock and Up the Volcano, it doesn't matter which race you do).

3-Stage Races Edit

3-Stage Race A Edit

Contains Around the Island, To the Beach, and Over the Bridge

3-Stage Race B Edit

Contains Over Talon Rock/Icarus Bluff, Up the Volcano and Into Maka Wuhu/Crater Core

6-Stage Race Edit

6-Stage Race Edit

Contains all the races

Quotes (from Vincenzo) Edit

  • You're running out of breath! Don't overdo it!
  • There's a series of small turns up ahead. Steer carefully.
  • That's it! Save energy by drafting behind the cyclist in front of you!
  • Wait for the right time and then sprint for the finish line!
  • Watch out for the strong crosswind as you get out of the tunnel!
  • Try to ride behind the cyclist in front of you to draft them.
  • You're halfway there!
  • There's a strong crosswind blowing out to the sea. Be careful!
  • Almost there!
  • You're almost there!
  • Nice job!
  • There's a sharp turn up ahead. Press B or Z to slow down.
  • The course goes over a small cliff up ahead. Don't worry—keep riding!
  • There's a strong tailwind pushing you along. Nice to have a break, eh?
  • This is Heartbreak Peak! It can live up to its name, so take it easy!
  • Sharp turn to the left! Press B and Z together to hit the brakes!
  • Talon Rock is just around the corner! Don't hesitate—just ride straight off!
  • If you can take this right turn carefully, you can do it without braking.
  • There are more hills ahead. There's a ways to go, so save your energy.
  • Pedal hard! You might get up Red Iron Bridge in one shot.
  • You're entering the town. Is anyone you know cheering for you?
  • Behind the waterfall is a long, uphill tunnel. Save your energy!
  • There are no barriers here, so be careful not to fall off the edge!
  • They're catching up! Stay focused!
  • It's still a little way up the hill.
  • You're inside the volcano! Good thing those barriers are there.
  • It's all downhill from here. Use your brakes to control your speed!
  • There's a sharp turn just after the bridge. Don't be caught off guard!
  • Turn right and cross the small bridge across the river. Don't fall off!


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Stage overview Maps Edit

Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3

Stamps Edit

Breathless Edit

Description Edit

Finish a race when you're out of breath.

This doesn't really deserve much in the way of congratulations, but oh well...

First of Many Edit

Description Edit

You get this stamp when you finish a race in 1st place for the first time.

It doesn't matter which race you do it on.

1-Stage Master Edit

Description Edit

Finish all 1-stage races in first place.

3-Stage Master Edit

Description Edit

Finish both 3-stage races in first place.

6-Stage Master Edit

Description Edit

Finish the 6-Stage race in first place.

You only have to finish first on the last stage, so you can work your way to the front gradually.

Trivia Edit

  • If you press up, down, left, or right on the d-pad, you can change views.
  • The start of the next race is the end of the one before it. (E.g.: The start of To the Beach is the end of Around the Island). The start of Around the Island is the end of Into Maka Wuhu.
  • When the player has one heart, the background music changes from a smooth (legato) style to a short (staccato) style.
  • The street has the name of the players written on it.
    20200503 075845

    VS. (It says Misaki VS. Hiromasa)

    20200503 075427

    Two player Road Race (It says Holly Giovanna)

    20200503 074731

    Single Player Road Race (It says Miyu)

  • This is the only sport where Miis may appear in different positions than usual (Alisha may appear in 1st, Midori may appear in 49th or Anna may appear in 5th).
    • This is also the only sport to have a randomly generated AI as an Opponent (Only on the 6-Stage Race).
  • When Vincenzo says "You're almost there!", the music changes.
  • There are some times that, when the player gets near 1st place, somebody other than Anna will be in 1st place (Ian, Tomoko, Alisha, Fritz, Miguel, etc.).
  • Sometimes there will be a banana peel, rock, or a small oil spill in the middle of the path.
  • On the 1-Stage Race (30 cyclists), you mostly go against Miis in PRO Class, but there are times when some Miis that aren't marked as PROs will appear (Ryan, Midori, Gabriele, etc.). This could possibly say that they may be sometimes PRO, but there is no actual confirmation to it.
  • The top 9 opponents in this sport all have different favorite colors (light blue, red, black, brown, yellow, light green, blue, white, orange).
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