Art of Rally’s “Bicycle Race” feat is particularly complicated, but it’s actually incredibly simple, thanks to a nifty trick. The achievement requires you to drive on two wheels for three seconds straight, which would require immense balance and precision if done as intended. Completing this will give you a solid player score of 25 and should only take a few minutes. This guide will cover everything you need to do to remove this easy achievement in the new Game Pass addition.
How to unlock the “bike race” achievement in Art of Rally
To win a “bike race”, you will need to set up a custom rally from the Art of Rallying main menu, with Norway as the location.
Choose to play a single stage, then select Kvannkjosen as the track. As for damage and difficulty, they don’t matter at all, so leave them.
On the next screen you will have to select a car and you will want to select the Das Whip, which is in Group 4. Then the rally begins.
At the start of the race, take off and continue along the planned path to the first obstacle: a small blue ice ramp that goes up and down again.
Between the ascending and descending ramps there is a small gap. Come to a complete stop before going up the ramp, then back slowly down the ramp, dropping both front wheels. inside the hole. If done correctly, your front bumper should rest on the edge of the downhill ramp.
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Believe it or not, that’s all you need to do to unlock this achievement, and after three seconds it should appear. This is because its two front wheels are not grounded, while its two rear wheels are on the ramp. Even if you don’t actually drive, the game still sees you performing the two-wheel spin and rewards you accordingly. Sure, it’s a cheesy method, but the pursuit of achievement is about working smarter, not harder, and it’s definitely a huge weight on your shoulders.
Because you are stuck, Art of Rally will automatically restart your vehicle after a few seconds, but there is plenty of time left to assign you a “bike race” before that happens.
With that achievement out of the way, you’re one step closer to perfection in this game (and 25G richer), and while the endgame achievements will turn out to be much more difficult and moody, it’s always good to remove those various easy ones. . things at the beginning.