Zelda Bike Guide - How to get the Master Cycle in Breath of the Wild

Heres's everything you need to get started on The Legend of Zelda's final DLC pack, The Champions' Ballad. We'll show you how to use the One-Hit Obliterator, as well as how to get the Master Cycle Zero for Link.

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In the brand new The Champions' Ballad DLC Pack 2 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, you can get your hands on the Master Cycle Zero, a brand new type of mechanical mount for Link - or a bike. In this Zelda bike guide, we'll be going over how to get the Zelda bike, as well as all the benefits of having the Master Cycle Zero at your disposal.

For anything else on the new Breath of the Wild DLC Pack 2, including how to kick off all the brand new content that comes with the expansion, as well as guides on how to complete brand new story quests within the DLC, head over to our Champions' Ballad DLC guides walkthrough hub.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Bike - How to get the Master Cycle Zero

One of the main draws of the launch trailer for the Breath of the Wild DLC Pack 2 was the fact that Link would be getting his very own motorbike of sorts, as you can see just below in the trailer that announced that immediate release of the Champions' Ballad DLC pack.

However, what the trailer didn't reveal is that Link can only obtain the brand new Master Cycle Zero motorbike after he's first completed all the main story quests for The Champions' Ballad DLC Pack 2. This means that you'll have to take Link all the way through the trials with the One-Hit Obliterator, and then through every Shrine challenge relating to the four Champions of Hyrule, before he can even come close to claiming the motorbike. For a start on taking down these main story quests, head over to our Champion Urbosa's Song quest guide.

But what can you actually do with the Master Cycle Zero, after you've eventually got your hands on it? It turns out that the motorbike basically functions like an automatic horse, except one with far improved controls. After summoning in the Master Cycle Zero to any point in front of him and getting on it, Link can use both ranged and close combat weapons while on the motorbike, hitting enemies from afar with his bow, or taking them down up close.

As it turns out through the tweeted gameplay of Breath of the Wild's new Master Cycle Zero just below, you can jump while mounted on the bike meaning as well as attack a Hinox, you can jump right over some lower obstacles that are in the way of the Master Cycle Zero.

For another gameplay clip below of Link taking on a Guardian while on the Master Cycle Zero, check out the tweet featured just below. It seems as though time slows down for Link while aiming with his bow while the bike is in the air, just as it would normally occur without the bike being there.

Finally, for a tour around the Great Plateau and most of Central Hyrule from the perspective of the Master Cycle Zero, check out the gameplay video just below.

Make sure to keep an eye on this Breath of the Wild Master Cycle Zero guide, as we'll be updating our guide with any additional changes that Nintendo make, to both the new mount itself, as well as The Champions' Ballad DLC as a whole.

Now that we're done with the Master Cycle Zero guide for Breath of the Wild, why not check out our additional guides on the new Champions' Ballad DLC Pack 2, including how to complete the Champions' Ballad quest, as well as how to complete Champion Urbosa's Song quest.

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