Mach Bike

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Mach Bike
MachBike-Peach.png
Peach riding the Mach Bike.
Size Class Medium
Strong stats Speed, Drift, Mini-Turbo
Weak stats Acceleration, Handling, Off-Road
Appearances Mario Kart Wii

The Mach Bike is a medium-sized bike in Mario Kart Wii. The characters' emblems are shown on the front and the sides of the bike with a racing streak. The bike resembles a late-1970s racing bike and its name is a reference to the NES game Mach Rider, which feature racing on a bike while attacking opponents. Its kart counterpart is the Wild Wing.

A similar looking bike appears in Mario Kart 8 called the Sport Bike.

Stats[edit]

Speed: 55/80
Weight: 37/80
Acceleration: 24/80
Handling: 32/80
Drift: 62/80
Off-road: 27/80
Mini-turbo: 62/80
Drift Type:
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The Mach Bike features high speed, drifting, and Mini-Turbo: it is the second fastest medium bike in the game. Its acceleration is the lowest of all the medium bikes in the game. Its speed is tied with the Mini Beast. Its weight is tied with the Standard Bike M. Its drift is tied with the Quacker. Its acceleration is tied with the Spear, a large bike. It is also one of the the lightest medium bikes in the game.

Color schemes[edit]

  • Mario - Black upper-half, red lower-half and windshield
  • Luigi - Green upper-half and windshield, black lower-half
  • Peach - Pink upper-half, hot-pink lower-half and windshield
  • Daisy - Yellow upper-half, orange lower-half and windshield
  • Yoshi - White upper-half, light-green lower-half, blue windshield
  • Birdo - Magenta upper-half, purple lower-half, red windshield
  • Diddy Kong - Orange upper-half, brown lower-half, red windshield
  • Bowser Jr. - Yellow upper-half, green lower-half, blue windshield
  • Male Mii - White upper-half, black lower-half and windshield, the "Mii" emblem is red
  • Female Mii - White upper-half, red lower-half and windshield, the "Mii" emblem is blue

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マッハ・バイク
Mahha Baiku
Mach Bike
Spanish Moto Hipersónica Hypersonic Bike
French Moto Mach Mach Bike
Italian Moto Mach Mach Bike

Trivia[edit]

  • Mach Bike's design appears to be based on a Benelli 350, a classic Italian racing motorcycle from 1969.
  • The bike's engine noise is later recycled for the Birthday Girl in Mario Kart 7.