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Master Cycle

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Not to be confused with the Master Cycle Zero.
Master Cycle
ArtworkRenderModelSprite
SSBU Master Cycle Spirit Icon.png
MK8SSBU
Game(s)
Use(s) Racing
Comparable Item(s) Epona
Hylian Kite
Master Cycle Zero
Triforce Tires

The Master Cycle is a recurring item in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2]

Location and Uses

Mario Kart 8

The Master Cycle is Link's signature vehicle in Mario Kart 8. Its shape is based on a Horse, while the colors and design heavily resembles that of the Master Sword's. It draws its watercolor style from Skyward Sword and bears Hylian Shields on its sides. The Master Cycle can be complemented with the Triforce Tires and the Hylian Kite. The Master Cycle is a sport bike, which consequently means that it is capable of inward drifting.

The Master Cycle is available as part of the The Legend of Zelda × Mario Kart 8 DLC pack in Mario Kart 8. In Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, the Master Cycle is randomly unlocked after collecting enough Coins.

Stats

Mario Kart 8Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Drift Type Inside
Ground Speed +0.25
Water Speed -0.25
Air Speed 0
Anti-Gravity Speed 0
Acceleration -0.5
Weight 0
Ground Handling 0
Water Handling 0
Air Handling -0.25
Anti-Gravity Handling 0
Traction -0.75
Mini-Turbo -0.25

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Master Cycle — Spirit Information

SSBU Master Cycle Spirit Icon.png

Master Cycle
No. 93
Lv. 1
Type GRAB Strength 2188
Rank ★★★★ LEGEND Defense 1827
Slot(s) ⎔⎔ Power 4175
Trait Speed 🠅
Slightly increases run speed.

The Master Cycle appears as a Primary Spirit. It can be Summoned for 2,500 SP by burning the Cores of Mach Rider, City Tripper, Excitebike, and an Attack Type Spirit.

Nomenclature

The Master Cycle is named after the Master Sword.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese マスターバイク (Masutā Baiku) (MK8) Master Bike
Netherlands Dutch Triforcer (MK8)
Canada FrenchCA Destrier légendaire (MK8) Legendary steed
French Republic FrenchEU Destrier de légende (MK8) Steed of legend
Federal Republic of Germany German Eponator (MK8 | MK8D) A Reference to Epona
Italian Republic Italian Destriero di Hyrule (MK8) Hyrule's Steed
Russian Federation Russian Трифорсаж (Triforsazh) (MK8) A Portmanteau of Triforce and форсаж (Afterburner)
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Moto Hyliana (MK8) Hylian Bike
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Moto Hyliana (MK8 | MK8D) Hylian Bike

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See Also

References

  1. Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 399
  2. "Master Cycle" — Party (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)