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|Game name||No Fear Downhill Mountain Biking|
|Age ratings||ESRB E|
|Game modes||Single player, Multiplayer, Split screen|
|Developer(s)||Unique Development Studios|
|Rating||5/10 (1 votes)|
No Fear Downhill Mountain Biking Summary
No Fear Downhill Mountain Biking is a mountain bike video game released in 1999 on PlayStation and 2001 on the Game Boy Color, Dreamcast version been planned but never released. The game was developed and published by Codemasters. An extreme sports game, the mountain bike consists of mountain tracks from circuits around the world of varying difficulty. The game was inspired by tracks including San Francisco's Telegraph Hill and New Zealand's Matukituki Rapids. The game has eight different riders and a number of tracks for the bikes to descend.