This page contains information about riding the Reverse Trike (Motorcycle) vehicle in Death Stranding. Read on to learn more about the Reverse Trike's capabilities, including its controls, advantages, and disadvantages.
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The Reverse Trike is extremely useful in the world of Death Stranding. It allows Sam to travel quickly, even while carrying heavy cargo.
|Button||Explanation of Function|
|Boost / Wheelspin|
|Switch Between Left and Right Camera|
|Activate the Compass|
|Activate the Sensor|
|Right Hand Action|
|Hang On With Both Hands|
|Use or Switch Out Item|
The Reverse Trike can go through Rivers. Take note that going through rivers consumes more battery.
Sometimes, you will encounter crevasses between two cliffs that can't be crossed on foot. The Reverse Trike's Boost Function will allow Sam to jump across them.
The Motorcycle can allow you to force your way through BT infested areas. However, this is not always possible, such as on rocky terrain which can't be traversed by the Reverse Trike.
The Reverse Trike becomes unusable when its battery is depleted. Head to the nearest Generator or City and charge it there.
An unfortunate fact of life - Motorcycles are not designed to travel vertically.
|How to Stack Your Cargo Like a Pro||Finding Lost Cargo|
|Backpack Customization||How to Increase BB Connection Level|
|How to Ride a Bike (Motorcycle)||How to Place Signs|
|How to Repatriate||Pros and Cons of Using the Delivery Bot|
|How to Comfort Your Baby (BB)||List of Soundtrack|
|How to Pee (and Poo)||How to Build Roads|
|Cast of Celebrity Characters||Easter Eggs & Secrets|
|Multiplayer Feature||Hotspring Effects and Types|
|Different Types of Ammo|
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