Standard Bike

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Standard Bike
StandardBikeBodyMK8.png
Size Class Light, Medium, Heavy
Strong stats MK8: Handling, Acceleration
Weak stats MK8: Traction, Weight
Appearances Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 8
This article is about Standard Bike. For information about other articles that use the name Standard, see Standard.

The Standard Bike is a type of bike introduced in Mario Kart Wii. The Standard Bike is seen as a counterpart to the Standard Kart as it is balanced in stats. It resembles a dirtbike.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

The Standard Bike made its first appearance in Mario Kart Wii, due to the introduction of bikes. It is based on the bikes seen on the NES game Excitebike. Much like the Standard Kart, each size class has its own Standard Bike, being named Standard Bike S for the small size, Standard Bike M for the medium size, and Standard Bike L for the large size. Standard Bikes perform similar to Standard Karts stat wise as small characters have better handling and acceleration, while large characters have higher top speed and weight. All Standard Bikes have outside drifting properties, unlike most other bikes, and their appearances are different between size classes. They are equipped with single cylinder four-stroke engines.

Mario's Standard Bike M makes a cameo appearance as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Stats[edit]

Standard Bike S

Speed
39/80
Weight
21/80
Acceleration
51/80
Handling
51/80
Drift
54/80
Off-Road
43/80
Mini-Turbo
48/80
Drift-Type Out

Standard Bike M

Speed
43/80
Weight
37/80
Acceleration
43/80
Handling
45/80
Drift
48/80
Off-Road
37/80
Mini-Turbo
43/80
Drift-Type Out

Standard Bike L

Speed
46/80
Weight
54/80
Acceleration
40/80
Handling
43/80
Drift
43/80
Off-Road
37/80
Mini-Turbo
37/80
Drift-Type Out

Mario Kart 8[edit]

The Standard Bike returns in Mario Kart 8 and is redesigned to look like a generic street dirtbike rather than a motocross racing bike. In this game, the Standard Bike appears as one of the selectable vehicle parts for customization, they also can have custom tires and gliders. Unlike the Standard Kart, the Standard Bike alters stats slightly, raising the acceleration and handling stats, while lowering weight and traction. It shares its stats with Pipe Frame, Wild Wiggler, Flame Rider, Varmint, W 25 Silver Arrow, and City Tripper.

This is the only bike body used by CPU-players other than Mario, Link, Female Villager, and Isabelle. Mario might use the Comet, while Link might use the Master Cycle. As for the Female Villager and Isabelle, they might use the City Tripper bike. Different from its predecessor, it has a two-stroke engine and shares its sound with the Mr. Scooty.

CPU players who use the Standard Bike will pair it with either the Standard tires, the Slim tires, or the Monster tires, with the latter more likely to be seen with the heavyweight characters (excluding Link).

Stats[edit]

  • Ground Speed: 0
  • Water Speed: +0.25
  • Air Speed: +0.25
  • Anti-Gravity Speed: -0.25
  • Acceleration: +0.25
  • Weight: -0.25
  • Ground Handling: +0.5
  • Water Handling: +0.5
  • Air Handling: +0.5
  • Anti-Gravity Handling: +0.25
  • Traction: -0.5
  • Mini-Turbo: +0.25

Gallery[edit]

Color Schemes[edit]

  • Mario - Red, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Luigi - Dark green, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Princess Peach - Pink, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Toad - Dark blue, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Yoshi - Light green, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Donkey Kong - Yellow, white frame and red engine cover
  • Wario - Yellow, white frame and purple engine cover
  • Bowser - Orange, white frame and green engine cover
  • Princess Daisy - Yellow-Orange, white frame and orange engine cover
  • Waluigi - Dark purple, white frame and purple engine cover
  • Koopa Troopa - Green, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Baby Mario - Red, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Baby Luigi - Dark green, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Baby Peach - Pink, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Baby Daisy - Yellow-Orange, white frame and orange engine cover
  • Shy Guy - Black, white frame and brown engine cover
  • Baby Rosalina - Blue, white frame and turquoise engine cover
  • Toadette - Magenta, white frame and red engine cover
  • Lakitu - Sky blue, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Rosalina - Blue, white frame and turquoise engine cover
  • Metal Mario - Silver, silver frame and black engine cover
  • Pink Gold Peach - Metallic pink, metallic pink frame and dark pink engine cover
  • Larry Koopa - Blue, black frame and yellow engine cover
  • Morton Koopa Jr. - Grey, black frame and green engine cover
  • Wendy O. Koopa - Magenta, black frame and cyan engine cover
  • Iggy Koopa - Mint green, black frame and purple engine cover
  • Roy Koopa - Purple, black frame and reddish-pink engine cover
  • Lemmy Koopa - Cyan, black frame and orange engine cover
  • Ludwig Von Koopa - Dark blue, black frame and green engine cover
  • Mii - Depending on the Mii
  • Red Mii - Red, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Orange Mii - Orange, white frame and dark orange engine cover
  • Yellow Mii - Yellow top, white frame and purple engine cover
  • Light Green Mii - Light green, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Green Mii - Green top, white frame and blue engine cover
  • Blue Mii - Dark Blue, white frame and green engine cover
  • Light Blue Mii - Light Blue, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Purple Mii - Purple, white frame and red engine cover
  • Pink Mii - Pink, white frame and yellow engine cover
  • Brown Mii - Brown white frame and green engine cover
  • White Mii - White, black frame and red engine cover
  • Black Mii - Black, white frame and light blue engine cover
  • Link - Dark blue, gold frame and booster caps, black engine cover and blue exhaust pipes
  • Tanooki Mario - Dark brown, tan frame, orange engine cover and Tanooki tail-colored exhaust pipes
  • Cat Peach - Yellow, light pink frame and pink engine cover and exhaust pipes
  • Female Villager - Pink with white flowers, pink exhaust pipes and handlebars, and magenta engine cover.
  • Male Villager - Orange body and booster caps and yellow engine cover.
  • Isabelle - Light green with plaid pattern, white frame, yellow handlebars and engine cover.
  • Dry Bowser - Black, reddish-orange frame and booster caps and dark tan engine cover

Trophy description from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Name Image Appears in Description
Mario + Standard Bike SSB4TrophyMarioStandardBike.png Wii Mario Kart Wii 04/2008 In Mario Kart Wii, bikes were the big, new thing. This Standard Bike M is, as you'd expect, a very standard bike–its speed, weight, acceleration, handling, off-road, drift, and mini-turbo stats are all decidedly middle of the road. This makes it a great choice for Mario Kart beginners or for series veterans trying out bikes for the first time.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Estándar
Moto estándar
Standard
Standard bike
French Standard
Moto standard
Standard
Standard bike

Trivia[edit]

  • In Mario Kart 8, the standard bike features a part of the engine that looks like a ? Block, with another engine part that resembles a Mushroom above it.
    • The Mushroom part resembles the Mushroom Piston, which appears in advertisements within the courses and on the loading screen of the game.