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* In the [[Generation I]] games and their [[remake]]s, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, [[Miracle Cycle]] in [[Cerulean City]] sells Bicycles for {{pdollar}}1,000,000, which is {{PDollar}}1 more than it is possible for the player to obtain in these games. Instead, the player must use a [[Bike Voucher]] to buy one.
The Bicycle allows for faster traveling than walking, [[Running Shoes|running]], or [[Roller Skates|skating]]. It also allows the player to pass the [[Cycling Road]]s on {{rt|16|Kanto}} to {{rtn|18|Kanto}} in [[Kanto]] and {{rt|206|Sinnoh}} in [[Sinnoh]].
The Bicycle cannot be ridden inside of buildings or if the player is accompanied by a person. In {{game|Yellow}} and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, the [[walking Pokémon]] returns to its [[Poké Ball]] while the player is cycling. Prior to Generation V, bikes could notcannot be ridden in [[Snow tile|snow]].
In {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}} and their [[remake|remade]] counterparts, {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}, the player has a choice of two bike models, the [[Mach Bike]] and the [[Acro Bike]]. Both bicycles have different properties that allow the player to reach places they otherwise could not, but they typically cannot have both at the same time. They can switch models at [[Rydel's Cycles]].