Bit Bike

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Bit Bike
Nanobike
BitBike-KoopaTroopa.png
Koopa Troopa on his Bit Bike
Size Class Small
Strong stats Acceleration, Handling, Off-Road, Mini-Turbo
Weak stats Speed, Weight
Appearances Mario Kart Wii

The Bit Bike (known as the Nanobike in Europe and Oceania) is a small-sized bike in the game Mario Kart Wii. It resembles a chopper with a pair of vented exhaust pipes. The emblem is located on the sides of the bike. Its kart counterpart is the Booster Seat. The Bit Bike is one of the few vehicles to exhibit a slight model difference between characters. In this case, Male and Female Mii's Bit Bike have their exhaust pipes positioned lower than the others.

Stats[edit]

Speed: 25/80
Weight: 18/80
Acceleration: 59/80
Handling: 67/80
Drift: 40/80
Off-road: 56/80
Mini-turbo: 62/80
Vehicle type:
Drift

The Bit Bike has the best handling in the game. It also features great acceleration, off-road, and Mini-Turbo stats (the same Mini-Turbo stat as the Mach Bike). Its drifting is average. However, it's the slowest vehicle in the game, so it struggles to keep up with other vehicles. Additionally, it's very light, making it easy for heavy vehicles to push it around.

When compared to the Quacker, the Bit Bike has a tad worse acceleration, but slightly better off-road. On the other hand, the Bit Bike is slightly heavier than the Quacker, but lighter than the Cheep Charger. Baby Mario's Bit Bike has the best Handling in the game. Its off-road is tied with the Dolphin Dasher and the Phantom.

Color Schemes[edit]

Baby Daisy driving her Bit Bike in Mushroom Gorge
Character Color scheme Image
Baby Mario Red and black body, yellow headlights BitBike-BabyMario.png
Baby Luigi Green and blue body, pale yellow headlights BitBike-BabyLuigi.png
Baby Peach Pink and white body, white headlights BitBike-BabyPeach.png
Baby Daisy Orange and light orange body, yellow headlights BitBike-BabyDaisy.png
Toad Blue and red body, orange headlights BitBike-Toad.png
Toadette Purple and tangerine body, light orange headlights BitBike-Toadette.png
Koopa Troopa Green and blue body, orange headlights BitBike-KoopaTroopa.png
Dry Bones Black and brown body, pale yellow headlights BitBike-DryBones.png
Male Mii Blue and red body, yellow headlights BitBike-MiiM.png
Female Mii Yellow and red body, white headlights BitBike-MiiF.png

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ポケモーター
Pokemōtā
Pokemotor, meaning pocket motor
Spanish (NOA) Minimoto From mini (mini) and moto (motorcycle)
Spanish (NOE) Pequeciclo Pun on pequeño (small) and triciclo (tricyle)
French (NOA) Mini-cyclo Mini Moped. Cyclo is the apocopation of cyclomoteur (moped).
French (NOE) Mini-mob Mini Moped. Mob is the apocopation of mobylette (moped).
German Blitzer
Italian Moto Bit Bit Bike
Korean 비트바이크
Biteu Baikeu
Bit Bike