In Yo-kai Watch
The bicycle is automatically obtained during the story at the start of Chapter 7. It can be mounted and dismounted by pressing down on the D-pad. Some surfaces, such as stairs, will force the player to dismount if ridden into, and the bicycle cannot be ridden inside most buildings, dungeons and alleyways, or during Terror Time. The bicycle has a bell that can be rung by pressing B.
In the sequel, the bicycle becomes available at the end of a certain Key Request. The player is given the choice between 5 bicycle color schemes, and is able to switch between the colors for a fee at the bike shop in Blossom Heights. The player can also pay a fee to change the bell sound. After obtaining the bicycle, bike race quests will become available which unlock new bikes and bells at the bike shop upon completion.
Unlike in the first game, the player can now pedal faster while on the bicycle by holding B. Like running, this will use up stamina. The bell button has been changed to A.
|Cirrus Bicycle||$80.00||Win the C-1 Grand Prix|
|Seaside Bicycle||$60.00||Win the C-1 Grand Prix A|
|Forest Bicycle||$80.00||Win the C-1 Grand Prix S|
|Sinister Bicycle||$80.00||Win the C-1 Grand Prix X (Old Springdale Elementary)|
|Golden Bicycle||$100.00||Complete the quest "Nyada's Trials I"|
The bicycles have no functional difference.
|Classic Bell||1000 yen||N/A|
|Spring Bell||1000 yen||N/A|
|Chime Bell||2000 yen||N/A|
|Siren Bell||2000 yen||N/A|
|Ping-pong Bell||3000 yen||Complete the C-1 Grand Prix in under 0'55'00|
|Wedding Bell||5000 yen||Complete the C-1 Grand Prix A in under 0'50'00|
|Trumpet Bell||4000 yen||Complete the C-1 Grand Prix S in under 0'52'00|
|Jibanyan Bell||10000 yen||Complete the C-1 Grand Prix Z in under 1'10'00|
In Other Languages
- Italian: Bicicletta