The Wario Bike is a heavyweight Bike in Mario Kart Wii. The Wario Bike did appear in the Mario spin-off series known as the WarioWare series. The vehicle is designed for Wario and looks like Wario's official bike used in other games in their respective series.
The Wario Bike is beginner-friendly, having the best acceleration and weight of all heavyweight bikes, good mini-turbo, as well as above-average offroad. In this regard, the bike is great for players who want a heavy bike that isn't harsh on players that have trouble maintaining top speed. However, the Wario Bike is the slowest large vehicle in the game, has a poor drift stat, and has an outside drift, making it a very unfriendly bike for more advanced players of Mario Kart Wii that rely more on speed and fast cornering than acceleration, weight, and offroad performance. For some reason, this bike didn't return for Mario Kart 8.
Staff Ghosts using this bike
- Wario's Gold Mine (Nin*morimo, Wario)
- DS Delfino Square (Nin*iwaco, Wario)
- GCN DK Mountain (Nin*msk, Funky Kong)
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- The kart-counterpart for this bike is the Offroader.
- The Wario Bike is one of the seven vehicles to go through a design change rather than a palette swap. For example, when Bowser or Dry Bowser are riding this bike, the handlebars positioned lower. More specifically, Rosalina and the female Mii's Wario Bikes are slightly thinner in their appearances and the exhaust pipes are positioned a little bit lower.
- It is one of the few Crossover vehicles. Others being the Blue Falcon, and Tiny Titan.
- This, Shooting Star, and Phantom are the only bikes in Mario Kart Wii where characters don't flail their legs when going through a cannon.