Motorcycle enthusiasts rejoice: RIDE 5 is out now. With hundreds of bikes, improved physics, and a deep career mode, the long-awaited sequel to RIDE 4 is the best bike game in years. RIDE 5 also has an extensive track list, featuring fictional and real circuits in locations around the world.
Here’s every track you can race on in RIDE 5.
Which tracks are new in RIDE 5?
RIDE 5 includes 36 tracks with a mix of real and fictional circuits set in America, Europe, and Asia.
Most of RIDE 5’s tracks carry over from RIDE 4, with real-world circuits such as Daytona, Imola, and Laguna SECA returning. First introduced in the original RIDE, fictional courses like the Kanto course that has you riding past Japanese temples and the idyllic French Riveria also make a return.
While returning players will be familiar with most circuits, RIDE 5 introduces five new locations. One of the best new tracks is Blue Wave. Set in US with tropical scenery, this new fictional circuit sees you speed through a winding tunnel and tackle demanding corners.
It’s visually stunning, showcasing RIDE 5’s improved lighting effects and environmental details. This is the only new fictional circuit in RIDE 5, however. It’s a shame because RIDE 5 aims to be the Gran Turismo of bike games, but Milestone is prioritising real circuits over original ones.
The iconic Circuit des 24 Heures de Mans also makes its RIDE debut along with the California-based Sonoma Raceway, Africa’s Autopolis, and Spain’s Circuito Costa de Almeria. Some tracks also have multiple variants, bringing the total number of tracks to 44.
RIDE 5 track list
You can find the full RIDE 5 track list below:
- Autodromo Internacional do Algarve
- Blue Wave
- Brands Hatch
- Cadwell Par
- Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
- Circuito Costa de Almeria
- Circuit des 24 Heures de Mans
- Circuit Ricardo Tormo
- Daytona International Circuit
- Donington Park
- French Riviera
- Kyalami Racing Circuit
- Laguna Sega
- North West 200
- Nurburgring Nordschleife
- Nurburgring Grand Prix
- Okayama International Circuit
- Oulton Park – Europe
- Road America
- Road Atlanta
- Sonoma Raceway
- Southern 100
- Sportsland Sugo
- Suzuka Circuit
- Tsukuba Circuit
- Ulster GP
- Utah Motorsports Campus
- Virginia International Raceway
More tracks may also be added to RIDE 5 in future updates.
Review and beginner’s guide
For more on RIDE 5 check out our full review and beginner’s guide packed with tips and tricks to help you get to grips with Milestone’s latest bike game. You can also view the full RIDE 5 bike list here.
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