Ok here is the situation. I have a cyberbike and I enjoy it very much, and I have no problem with the Wii. But as we know the WiiU does NOT have gamecube ports which is how the bike connects to the Wii. I also know of several games that while they are Wii, use the gamecube ports for one thing or another. So here is the idea: would a gamecube to wiimote addapter work in this case? There is one like here: http://www.gummowned.com/?tcp_product=gamecube-to-wiimote-adapter or this one: http://www.raphnet-tech.com/products/gc_to_wiimote/index.php Ok the main question is, since these adapters in general make the gamecube controller into a classic controller do the buttons map exactly? In other words, does the classic controller normally go 1 to 1 as far as the controls? A button on wiimote is A button on classic controller and B is B? Or do they remap in some other fashion? If it keeps all the buttons the same (as much as possible) then devices such as the Cyberbike that plug in via gamecube ports would be plug and play. If they remap, then I am guessing the adapter would need to have a way to custom map depending on the game required. Anyway any input is appreciated.