Controls
Normal race
button : Turn
button : Pedal. The longer the button is held, the stronger the cyclist pedals and the more the force gauge increases, which in turn decreases the energy gauge (blue) faster.
button : Brake. The longer the button is held, the harder the braking is. Remember to balance the braking downhill to save time and avoid crashing.
button : Attack: Press repeatedly to stand the rider up whilst pedalling, ready for an attack or sprint. The faster the presses, the more powerful the attack and the faster the attack gauge (red) empties.
button : Follow another rider. Press and hold the button to keep a rider close. Attention! You can let go if he decides to attack.
button : Feeds. Pressing and holding the button allows the rider to consume the selected feed. One press allows you to select the feed to consume. The blue gel allows recovery of energy (blue gauge). The red gel allows refill of the attack gauge (red gauge). Feeds are refilled when passing through the feed zone.
button : Team Comm. Opens the menu for giving orders to riders, to take control of another rider or to move faster (see section Team Comm).
button : Aerodynamic position or bike launch. When going downhill, holding down the button allows your rider to enter the aerodynamic position. This allows for energy recovery and, if the slope is more than 6%, no loss of speed. If your rider is 100 meters in front of an intermediate sprint or the finish line, hold down the "bike launch" button which will allow the rider to gain a few centimeters to try and win the sprint.
button : Force regulator. Pressing the button activates the force regulator. In this mode, you can control the force precisely with button (decrease of force) and button (increase of force).
button : Race info. Pressing repeatedly allows you to view the standings of the various riders.
button : Camera. Choose between near camera and aerial camera.
You can celebrate your victory in the last kilometre by pressing button + button / button / button / button / button / button / button or button
Time trial
button : Turn
button : Pedal. The longer the button is held, the stronger the cyclist pedals and the more the force gauge increases, which in turn decreases the energy gauge (blue) faster.
button : Brake. The longer the button is held, the harder the braking is. Remember to balance the braking downhill to save time and avoid crashing.
button : Step on the pedal. Press repeatedly to stand the rider up whilst pedalling, ready for an attack or sprint. The faster the presses, the more powerful the attack and the faster the attack gauge (red) empties.
button : Intermediate times. Pressing repeatedly allows you to view the various intermediate standings.