Don’t miss the ultimate urban trial freestyle game! After reaching pole position in PlayStation Store Chart, the critically acclaimed Urban Trial Freestyle™ is now revving up for PC. The city is your playground! Nothing will stop you on your freestyle trials bike.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (1,250 reviews) - 79% of the 1,250 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Sep 18, 2013

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"A decent clone of trials franchise.But lacks in challenging gameplay.Great graphics and fun leaderboards.Ends fast but you will have a fun time playing."

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Don’t miss the ultimate urban trial freestyle game!

After reaching pole position in PlayStation Store Chart, the critically acclaimed Urban Trial Freestyle™ is now revving up for PC.

The city is your playground! Nothing will stop you on your freestyle trials bike. Use the urban landscape to pull spectacular tricks - backflips, 360s, wallrides, ollies, and more.
Customize your bike to boost your performance in Time Attack or Stunt mode. Choose between speed and style, developing your own unique riding style.
Challenge the best riders in Ghost Mode.
The variety and elaborate design of the different backdrops will keep you coming back for hours on end, to achieve a perfect run and knock the top riders off the leaderboard.

Urban Trial Freestyle™ has been greatly influenced by the support of Julien Dupont, the “godfather of urban trial freestyle.” Julien Dupont is known around the world for his unique street style and technique, mashing down barriers and setting new records.

Key Features

  • 47 Levels set in 5 Unique Environments
  • 3 Single player modes: Stunt, Time Attack, Challenges
  • Bike and rider customization
  • Advanced Physics & Dynamic Animations
  • Online leaderboards & Ghost mode
  • Optimized and enhanced for PC

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP2, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: Intel Core®2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800 or AMD Radeon HD 4650 with 512 MB video memory
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Windows XP SP2, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: Intel Core®2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 or AMD Radeon HD 5750 with 1024 MB video memory
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 15
A poor man's trials fusion. A decent indie attempt at that type of game but nowhere near as good as the triple a version. The motorcycle never feels "fast" and the sound is more annoying than authentic. Graphics aren't impressive but there are some pretty cool environments. That being said it is sometimes hard to distinguish what is in the foreground and what is in the background. Also some of the jumps and stunts that the game makes you aren't that good and feel awkward. For some reason this game's levels are gated with a mobile game like star unlock system where you must do well on the previous levels to move on. This meant that I couldn't progress after failing to beat one particular level with some pretty bad design. There is only 1 bike with upgrades and some player skins with no actual impact on gameplay.

That being said, I did have fun. For its current asking price of 10 USD I would say that this game is worth it if you are very interested in 2d platforming racing games but only just. I would rather wait for a heavy discount if you are anyone else.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 21

Urban Trial Freestyle won't set the world on fire, but I think you still have to play it. It's certenly draws inspiration from Trials, some may say it's copying it and so what? It's good game.

The game is console port and a great one. I even try playing with the keyboard. It's fine, but the prefered method is a controller. And with him playing is great. If you make mistake, it's entirly your fault.

The game have limited video options – resolution, V-sync, Shadow quality and AA. The game is definitely not ugly, it just good, but not great. But so many things happen on screen and you won't notice textures or other things. You will be concentrated over the gameplay mostly. The game may not be the prettiest, but it have so many details on background and foreground. You see lake, big skyscrapers and so on.

Urban Trial Freestyle is side-scroller racing game with a bike. You hate to get from point A to point B, avoiding tons of obstacles. That's it. The level design is great. You will ride through forest, slums, highway with a lot of crashed cars, on top of buildings, high in the sky, on a train, in a train depot, on a dam, through an office and so on. There are some level that feel like you are in a hollywood movie. Police is chasing you, explosions everywhere, highspeed and dangerous jumps. It's like Michael Bay was directing. The thing what I like a lot here is this – there is always something going on on the foreground and background. Worker doing his thing, exploding helicopter, even a train crash. They may distract you, so bear that in mind. Sometimes those events may cause an obsticale to apper or the ground to rise. What i'm trying to tell you is the developer put a lot of thoughts in the level design.

When you finish a track you will be rated with stars and money. Sometimes only when you get 5 you will get cash. For unlocking new tracks you have to gather certain number of stars. Here there are two type of races – time attack and tricks. Tricks are more interesting. You don't race with a clock, although when you finish the race, the remaining time will count as points. Here you have to do highest jump, precise aim, highest speed or rotating the bike. Bigger the achievment, more points you'll get. There is a green line to show you record for that track, so there is replay value.

You have only one bike, but you can buy upgrades for him. They are pretty straight foreward and all have pluses and minuses. Buy a bigger engine, handling will decrease and so on. You can dress the biker, but i'm not in to this kind of thing.

As far as the sound design, there isn't much to say. The effects are like exploisions, sirens, collapsing road, crashing or crumbling are okay, but I don't like engines. They are weak.

Music is okay. Sometimes it's jazzy, other fast and electronic, but overall you may not notice it that much in the middle of this chaos. I think I won't listening it outside of the game.

When you're done with the main game you can tackle the Challenges. I like the a lot. They are total of 5 and you have to do different things from the main game. Shoot the biker as far as you can, drive as far as possible with limited fuel, platforming with the bike to collect signs for points and my favourite – the track where you can change gravity. There have to be more tracks like this.

The biggest sin here is the lacking of level editor. This is essential for the longevity of the game. It's such a shame. Other small problem is the weird 40-50 fps I get without recording. I have mid-range machine and I think should get more fps. I'm not sure if the problem is on my side or it's the games optimizations. But the fps stay mostly about 50 and they rarely go under 40.

As a whole the game is great. I haven't played Trials and I can't compare them. I supose RedLynx games is superior, but this game is worth playing. If you don't want to deal with Uplay or Trials is pricey for you, jump on here. It took me around 7 h to beat it and here you have enough replay value. If solid controls, good graphics, great level design, and extra challenges sounds good to you, buy it. I definitely recommend it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
25.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 22
First time you will think that this game is good to spent some time, when you tired of Big games, you know... Also you may think that this is easy to get 100% achievement complete. But then you will think "What the hell is this, man? Why did I buy this? Is there any physics laws, besides gravitation?". After all you will pass it for 100% complete and will be happy. Very happy. Have a nice game.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
15.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 18
first fact: it´s not as good as trials (gold).

but it´s a fun game, especially the challenges (farest jump, highest jump, highest speed & accuracy of jump) make the game very entertaining and you always want to go for another try to beat at least your own record. just don´t expect the complexity and the challenge the trials series offers. to make it clear: if you wanna go for a cool motocross game buy trials gold version (haven´t bought fusion yet, so i can´t recommend that version). if you´re looking for another motocross game, you can´t go wrong here, if you don´t expect too much since its rather an arcade game play. if it´s on sale and you like motocross games: go for it! :-)
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 15
While I do recommend this game, be careful when going into new levels for the first time.

I can never tell what is going on as the level in front of you starts exploding and parts of the track you assume you can go on just disappear. This has made me restart every single track a number of times simply out of confusion as to how im supposed to complete it.
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