Special thanks to Ashbo for the graphics

 
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (personal estimate) [Platinum Difficulty Rating]
  • Offline trophies: 46 (34trophy_bronze.png, 10trophy_silver.png, 2trophy_gold.png)
  • Online trophies: 5 ( 4trophy_bronze.png, 1trophy_platinum.png)
  • Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 25 - 30hrs (personal estimate) [Estimated Time to Platinum]
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, you can lower the AI difficulty and adjust race and bike settings to your preference
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, there are PS4 and PS5 versions




Ride is the jewel in Milestone's crown and it seems to get bigger and better with every iteration. Ride 4 is no different with over 170 painstakingly recreated bikes including everything from old favourites like the CB 600 F Hornet to the latest and greatest GSX-R, this is definitely a game for the enthusiasts. The game also features 30 tracks including some well known favourites such as Suzuka and the Nürburgring. With an in-depth career mode, a brand new dynamic weather and lighting system, the all new endurance mode and a new AI system, Ride is truly better than ever. 

PS5 Details:

Ride 4 released for PS5 on January 21st, 2021 as a next-gen upgrade which is free for owners of the PS4 version. If you have purchased the season pass or any DLC individually for the PS4 version then these will also transfer over to the PS5 version. However, in a rather bizarre move, Milestone is making the free upgrade time-limited. Owners of the PS4 version only have until April 30th, 2021 to grab the PS5 version. If you own the PS4 version but you don’t currently own or plan to buy a PS5 any time soon then you should look into adding the PS5 version to your library so you have it if or when you do get a PS5.

In terms of gameplay differences, the PS5 version runs at a smooth 60 FPS and up to 4K resolution. It also makes great use of the adaptive triggers and haptic feedback found in the DualSense, making it one of the very first racers to do so and it really gives a glimpse of what's to come in future racers on the platform. Activity cards are also supported here including the ability to jump straight into multiplayer, as too are accolades which means you can send them to and receive them from other players at the end of online races. Overall there is fantastic support for the PS5 here so you won’t be disappointed.

Trophies don't auto-pop. There is no way to import your PS4 save file or data. If you want to stack the game then you must earn the trophies legit.




If you have played any of the previous Ride games then you should know what to expect here as the core gameplay experience is much the same. The game uses a brand new AI system based on machine learning which Milestone has coined A.N.N.A. - Artificial Neural Network Agent. That’s quite the mouthful but it basically means that AI riders are smarter and more aggressive. In theory it sounds good but in practice it’s a rather mixed bag. While the AI does provide a greater challenge, even on easier settings, I found them to be too aggressive which would often lead to collisions. You do learn to compensate for this as you play and I do think that overall they did a decent job with the AI but it isn’t perfect. 

Driving lines are another thing to be aware of. I found them to be inaccurate quite a lot of the time. On certain tracks they work fine but on others they are off by a wide margin. This isn’t necessarily a huge issue because not everyone chooses to use driving lines in racing games and you do get a feel for how to enter corners and how fast you should be going once you get stuck into the game but if you are the type who depends on them almost religiously then it can be an annoyance, especially in the time attack events. There isn’t much you can do except take mental notes and add a 10% margin of error as you race. Go faster than the lines suggest on straights and slow down a bit earlier when approaching corners. As you will be racing on the same group of tracks over and over again you should eventually get used to this and come up with a technique which works for you.

The statistics menu can be difficult to spot. To bring it up you need to press the options button while on the main menu. Here you can not only find game statistics but also rider titles and manufacturer affinity information, all of which is useful for keeping track of progress towards other trophies.

Step 1: Play through the career mode

During this step you should focus on the career mode. You need to win quite a few cups on your way to the Final Leagues. Many career groups will be locked until you earn enough points or cups to unlock them. When you begin the career mode you will get the choice to start in either the European, Asian or American league. You can choose whichever one you like as there isn't any major difference between them and this choice doesn't affect trophies. Later on you will be able to play in the other leagues anyway. You will earn the majority of trophies during this step. If you happen to miss anything here then you can clean it up later during the third step.

At the end of this step, you will earn:

First Love trophy_bronze.png
Budding Mechanic trophy_bronze.png
Young Gun trophy_bronze.png
Broken-In Rider trophy_silver.png
Investment Capital trophy_bronze.png
Spared no expense! trophy_bronze.png
Beginner Collector trophy_bronze.png
Endurance test trophy_bronze.png
Endurance Victory trophy_silver.png
Quick break trophy_bronze.png
In the Land of the Samurai trophy_bronze.png
Bikes, pizza and mandolin trophy_bronze.png
A stroll in the parks trophy_bronze.png
Stars and stripes roads trophy_bronze.png
From North to South trophy_bronze.png
Road Rider trophy_bronze.png
Restless trophy_silver.png
I love this bike! trophy_silver.png
Devoted to the brand trophy_silver.png
True traveller trophy_bronze.png
First title trophy_bronze.png
Fame is never enough trophy_bronze.png
What a start! trophy_bronze.png
Unbeatable! trophy_silver.png
Perfection doesn't exist trophy_bronze.png

Unstoppable trophy_silver.png 
Learner trophy_bronze.png 
Regional Champion trophy_silver.png 
Honorary Member trophy_bronze.png 
By request only trophy_bronze.png 
Show-off! trophy_bronze.png 
Official Tester trophy_bronze.png 
The first of a long series trophy_bronze.png 
Stock Licence trophy_bronze.png 
You belong to the elite trophy_silver.png 
Superbikes Licence trophy_bronze.png 
Endurance Licence trophy_bronze.png 
Superbikes Champion trophy_gold.png 
Endurance Champion trophy_gold.png 
I Am Legend trophy_bronze.png 


Step 2: Multiplayer

During this step you should focus on getting the 2 multiplayer trophies out of the way. You need to complete 10 online races to earn both of the multiplayer trophies. You don’t need to win any of them, you simply need to ensure that you complete each race. Players will only have a limited time to finish a race once the first player finishes. The time is quite generous at around 40 seconds but you should still try your best to keep up during races, just in case something happens which prevents you from finishing on time. If you don’t finish a race then it will not count towards the 10 races you need to complete. 

At the end of this step, you will earn:

Hello everyone! trophy_bronze.png 
No longer a rookie trophy_bronze.png 


Step 3: Clean up

During this step you should focus on cleaning up the miscellaneous trophies and anything else you may have missed along the way. You probably won't have much to do during this step so this will be a quick and easy process.

At the end of this step, you will earn:

Born to race trophy_bronze.png
From dusk to dawn trophy_bronze.png
Sweet smell of paint trophy_bronze.png
Colours in my head trophy_bronze.png
I like your style trophy_bronze.png
Nice helmet! trophy_bronze.png
Expert Collector trophy_silver.png
Perseverance test trophy_bronze.png
RIDE 4 Champion trophy_platinum.png

RIDE 4 (PS4) Trophy Guide

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98 trophies ( 10  85  )

  • Unlock all trophies

    You wheelie deserve this. Congratulations on your new Platinum!
  • Purchase your first bike

    This will probably be the first trophy you earn. Go to bike and rider from the main menu and then select the dealership. From here you can select all bikes and filter using different options. You won't have a lot of credits at the start of the game so go for something cheap to get you started. The cheapest bike in the game is the Yamaha MT-125 which costs 10,500 credits, which will do just nicely for this trophy. 
  • Purchase your first bike modification component

    Go to bike and rider from the main menu and then select personal garage. Select the bike you wish to modify, then press square.png and select the customise option. You will have a wide range of options to choose from. Everything from the engine to the wheels can be upgraded or changed. Simply purchase any modification to earn this easy trophy. The chain is the cheapest modification you can make at a cost of 500 credits.
  • Win or purchase your first Racing Modified bike

    There are 2 categories of racing modified bikes; naked and sport. There are 11 naked RM bikes available to purchase from the dealership, the cheapest of which is the Kawasaki ZRX1200 R which costs 94,000 credits. There are also 40 sport RM bikes available to purchase from the dealership, the cheapest of which is the Honda NSR 250R which costs 51,200 credits. You can purchase from either category and still earn this trophy as they are all RM models. 

    You can also win a racing modified bike from a few different career groups. The World Superbikes Licence group will reward you with a KTM 390 R if you earn maximum points. The 600 Pro Cup group rewards you with a Kawasaki ZX-R 750 if you earn maximum points. Winning one of these will also earn you this trophy.
  • Win or purchase your first Endurance Modified bike

    There are 21 endurance modified bikes available to purchase from the dealership, the cheapest of which is the Kawasaki ZX-R 750 which costs 129,000 credits. 

    You can also win an endurance modified bike from a few different career groups. The World Endurance Licence group will reward you with a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R if you earn maximum points. The World Modern 1,000 Cup group rewards you with a MV Agusta F4 if you earn maximum points. Winning one of these will also earn you this trophy.
  • Reach Experience level 20

    This should come early on in the game. I reached level 20 by the time I had completed the European League. This will come naturally so don't even worry about it.
  • Reach Experience level 50

    You will be well over level 100 by the time you finish the game so you don't need to worry about this. It will come naturally long before you finish the game so there is no grind involved. 
  • Earn a total of 500,000 Credits

    500,000 credits might sound like a lot but it really isn't. A lot of races reward you with 25,000 credits for a win while a championship series will reward a lot more than that. You will earn this naturally so don't even worry about it. This is cumulative so you don't need to have 500,000 credits at once so feel free to spend as you earn.
  • Spend a total of 500,000 Credits

    This will also come naturally as you work your way through career mode because you will have to buy a number of bikes to be eligible for certain events. Bikes can also get very expensive and there are some which cost millions of credits so it's easy to end up spending a lot. This is also cumulative so you don't need to spend 500,000 credits at once.
  • Create your first livery in the Livery Editor

    Select the editor from the main menu. From here you can choose to create liveries for bikes, helmets and suits. Select any one of them and you will be brought to the editing screen. This is where you can create your masterpiece. If you don't want to invest much time in this then simply select new project, choose the bike, helmet or suit you wish to customise and select add layer, then choose any random shape or object to apply. Save the project and the trophy will pop shortly after.
  • Create your first helmet in the Helmets Editor

    Select the editor from the main menu. From here you can choose to create liveries for bikes, helmets and suits. For this trophy you will need to select the helmets category. If you don't want to invest much time in this then simply select new project, choose the helmet you wish to customise and select add layer, then choose any random shape or object to apply. Save the project and the trophy will pop shortly after.
  • Download your first bike Livery created by another player

    (Online Required)

    Select the editor from the main menu, then select search online content and pick bike liveries. You will have a lot of different designs to choose from. Simply select any design you like and then press cross.png to download it. The trophy will pop shortly after.
  • Download your first helmet created by another player

    (Online Required)

    Select the editor from the main menu, then select search online content and pick helemts. You will have a lot of different designs to choose from. Simply select any design you like and then press cross.png to download it. The trophy will pop shortly after.
  • Win or purchase a total of 10 bikes

    You can win bikes during your career but to do so usually means earning maximum points in a career group and that isn't always easy to do. Therefore it's unlikely that you will win many bikes throughout your career, though it's entirely skill dependent. If that's the case then you will have to buy your way towards this trophy. You will have to buy a number of different bikes anyway in order to be eligible for certain events so you will probably earn this naturally as you progress through your career. If not you can purchase 10 of the cheapest bikes from the dealership. The cheapest bike in the game is the Yamaha MT-125 which costs 10,500 credits. You can purchase the same bike over and over if you wish. Assuming that you are only purchasing bikes and not winning them, this trophy will take a minimum of 105,000 credits to earn. The trophy will pop as soon as you have bought or won your 10th bike. 
  • Win or purchase a total of 40 bikes

    You can win bikes during your career but to do so usually means earning maximum points in a career group and that isn't always easy to do. Therefore it's unlikely that you will win too many bikes throughout your career, though it's entirely skill dependent. If that's the case then you will have to buy your way towards this trophy. While you will have to buy a number of different bikes in order to be eligible for certain events, it's unlikely you will earn this naturally as 40 bikes is a lot. The cheapest bike in the game is the Yamaha MT-125 which costs 10,500 credits. You can purchase the same bike over and over if you wish. Assuming that you are only purchasing bikes and not winning them, this trophy will take a minimum of 420,000 credits to earn. The trophy will pop as soon as you have bought or won your 40th bike. 
  • Win or purchase your first legendary bike

    There are 16 legendary bikes available to purchase from the dealership. Legendary bikes are all special in one way or another, either due to their rarity or illustrious history. As a result these bikes can fetch a pretty penny, all the way up to well over 4 million credits for the most expensive model. The cheapest legendary bike is the Suzuki GSX1100S Katana which costs 171,000 credits. 

    It's also possible to win a legendary bike. The World Superbikes League will reward you with a Tamburini Massimo T12 if you earn maximum points. You will need to earn maximum points in this group to earn another trophy so it's best to wait until you do this if you don't want to spend credits buying a legendary bike.
  • Complete your first Endurance race in any game mode

    Endurance races don't have a set amount of laps, instead they have a set amount of time in which you complete as many laps as possible. The career mode has endurance events sprinkled throughout but if you want to get this out of the way then you can do a quick endurance race. Select race from the main menu and then select endurance. Now select a track you're comfortable with. It's best to combine this trophy with Endurance Victory trophy_silver.png  and Quick break trophy_bronze.png  If you decide to combine these trophies then you will need to alter a few race settings. Change the duration of the race to 1 hour. You can also lower the number of opponents to 1 and you can lower the AI difficulty to very easy if you wish. You can't use any bike you want for endurance races so you must either buy or loan an endurance model bike to enter the race. Once you're ready you can select go to track to begin the race. Simply win the race to earn both this and Endurance Victory trophy_silver.png  To earn Quick break trophy_bronze.png  just make a pitstop at any point during the race. You will need to anyway as tyres degrade and fuel runs out over the course of endurance races. Simply make a pitstop and win the race to earn all 3 trophies.
  • Win your first Endurance race lasting at least 1 hour in any game mode

    Endurance races don't have a set amount of laps, instead they have a set amount of time in which you complete as many laps as possible. The career mode has endurance events sprinkled throughout but if you want to get this out of the way then you can do a quick endurance race. Select race from the main menu and then select endurance. Now select a track you're comfortable with. Next go to race settings and change the duration of the race to 1 hour. You can also change the AI difficulty and lower the number of opponents to make things easier for yourself. You can't use any bike you want for endurance races so you must either buy or loan an endurance model bike to enter the race. Once you're ready you can select go to track to begin the race. It's best to combine this trophy with Quick break trophy_bronze.png  To do so just make a pitstop at any point during the race. You will need to anyway as tyres degrade and fuel runs out over the course of endurance races. Simply make a pitstop and win the race to earn both trophies. If this is your first endurance race then you will also unlock Endurance test trophy_bronze.png  at the end of the race.
  • Make your first pitstop during an Endurance race in any game mode

    You can combine this trophy with Endurance Victory trophy_silver.png If you aren't combining these trophies then this can be earned very quickly by setting up an endurance race from the main menu and making a pitstop after you complete the first lap. The trophy will pop as soon as you enter the pit area.

    On a sidenote, when you make a pitstop you have a few different options. You can skip refueling and/or tyre changes if you wish and you can also choose the tyre compounds for both wheels. This adds a nice tactical element to long races.
  • Complete 5 laps in Time Trial mode in the same session

    For this trophy you simply need to complete 5 laps in a single time trial session. It doesn't matter what lap times you post. Select race from the main menu and then time trial. Pick any track you like. Personally I picked the Müllenbachschleife variant of the Nürburgring GP track because it's just 1,489m long and mostly contains long straights making it a quick and easy track to get 5 laps done. The track in question is a German track so it can be found under Europe in the track selection screen.

    Pick your bike, preferably something quick to speed up the process and then select go to track to begin the session. It's important to note that invalid laps don't count towards the 5 laps. That means if you cut corners or use the rewind ability then that lap will be invalid and you will get a red notification on screen telling you so. No need to restart if you do get an invalid lap, you just need to complete an additional lap to make up for it. The trophy will pop once you have completed 5 clean laps.
  • Win a Single Race in any game mode on: Okayama, Sugo and Suzuka

    Okayama, Sugo and Suzuka are all Japanese tracks. To earn this trophy you need to win a race on all 3 tracks in any game mode. It's possible to earn this naturally during your career but if you want to quickly earn this trophy then you can select race from the main menu followed by single race and then pick one of the tracks. Some tracks have different variants but it doesn't matter which variant you use. Select race settings and change the number of laps to the minimum of 3. You can also change the difficulty of the AI to very easy if you wish. Win the race and then repeat the process for the other 2 tracks. The trophy will pop once you complete the final race.
  • Win a Single Race in any game mode on: Imola and Mugello

    Imola and Mugello are both Italian tracks. To earn this trophy you need to win a race on both tracks in any game mode. It's possible to earn this naturally during your career but if you want to quickly earn this trophy then you can select race from the main menu followed by single race and then pick one of the tracks. Some tracks have different variants but it doesn't matter which variant you use. Select race settings and change the number of laps to the minimum of 3. You can also change the difficulty of the AI to very easy if you wish. Win the race and then repeat the process for the other track. The trophy will pop once you complete the final race.
  • Win a Single Race in any game mode on: Cadwell, Oulton and Donington

    Cadwell, Oulton and Donington are all British tracks. To earn this trophy you need to win a race on all 3 tracks in any game mode. It's possible to earn this naturally during your career but if you want to quickly earn this trophy then you can select race from the main menu followed by single race and then pick one of the tracks. Some tracks have different variants but it doesn't matter which variant you use. Select race settings and change the number of laps to the minimum of 3. You can also change the difficulty of the AI to very easy if you wish. Win the race and then repeat the process for the other 2 tracks. The trophy will pop once you complete the final race.
  • Win a Single Race in any game mode on: Road America and Virginia

    Road America and Virginia are both American tracks. To earn this trophy you need to win a race on both tracks in any game mode. It's possible to earn this naturally during your career but if you want to quickly earn this trophy then you can select race from the main menu followed by single race and then pick one of the tracks. Some tracks have different variants but it doesn't matter which variant you use. Select race settings and change the number of laps to the minimum of 3. You can also change the difficulty of the AI to very easy if you wish. Win the race and then repeat the process for the other track. The trophy will pop once you complete the final race.
  • Win a Single Race in any game mode on: North West 200 and Southern 100

    North West 200 and Southern 100 are both British tracks. To earn this trophy you need to win a race on both tracks in any game mode. It's possible to earn this naturally during your career but if you want to quickly earn this trophy then you can select race from the main menu followed by single race and then pick one of the tracks. Some tracks have different variants but it doesn't matter which variant you use. Select race settings and change the number of laps to the minimum of 3. You can also change the difficulty of the AI to very easy if you wish. Win the race and then repeat the process for the other track. The trophy will pop once you complete the final race.
  • Win a Single Race in any game mode on: French Riviera, Kanto and Macau

    French Riviera, Kanto and Macau are French, Japanese and Chinese tracks, respectively. To earn this trophy you need to win a race on all 3 tracks in any game mode. It's possible to earn this naturally during your career but if you want to quickly earn this trophy then you can select race from the main menu followed by single race and then pick one of the tracks. Some tracks have different variants but it doesn't matter which variant you use. Select race settings and change the number of laps to the minimum of 3. You can also change the difficulty of the AI to very easy if you wish. Win the race and then repeat the process for the other 2 tracks. The trophy will pop once you complete the final race.
  • Complete 1 online race

    (Online Multiplayer)

    From the main menu select multiplayer. From here you can choose to create or join a lobby. Generally speaking, the multiplayer component of Milestone's games are dead on arrival but you can usually find a handful of players online on any given day. It's best to jump into any active lobby if you just want the trophy as quick as possible. You can also create a private lobby and invite a friend if you wish to boost instead. You only need to complete a race, not win it. Try not to take your time however because it's possible to not finish the race in time once other competitors finish before you. Doing so will not count towards the trophy so just make sure to finish the race before the timer hits zero. The trophy will pop once you have completed your first online race.
  • Complete 10 online races

    (Online Multiplayer)

    From the main menu select multiplayer. From here you can choose to create or join a lobby. Generally speaking, the multiplayer component of Milestone's games are dead on arrival but you can usually find a handful of players online on any given day. It's best to jump into any active lobby if you just want the trophy as quick as possible. You can also create a private lobby and invite a friend if you wish to boost instead. You only need to complete races, not win them. Try not to take your time however because it's possible to not finish a race in time once other competitors finish before you. Doing so will not count towards the trophy so just make sure to finish the race before the timer hits zero. The trophy will pop once you have completed your 10th online race.
  • Ride a total of 24 hours in any game mode

    This isn't the same as spending 24 hours playing the game. You can't idle this trophy while in the menus for example. This is specifically for riding hours or in other words, the amount of time actually spent driving bikes. 24 hours might seem high but it really isn't. By the time you have exhausted the career mode and done all you can do on your way to the platinum you will either have surpassed 24 hours riding time already or you'll be pretty close to it. I was at close to 30 hours as I approached the platinum so this should come naturally.
  • Reach maximum affinity level with a bike model

    Whenever you complete a race or an event you will gain 4 things; credits, rider experience, model affinity and constructor affinity. Affinity levels range from 1-5. The amount of points you receive towards model and constructor affinity will vary from race to race and the better you perform the more you will receive. You will need to reach level 5 with a bike to reach the maximum affinity level. To do so you will need to stick with a particular bike for a while and aim to keep winning events to maximise the amount of affinity points you receive. It will take a while to reach level 5 overall. It's a good idea to switch between bikes whenever you reach maximum affinity level because this will help towards the trophy for unlocking titles. Please see Fame is never enough trophy_bronze.png  for more information regarding this. You can check bike affinity levels from both your personal garage and the dealership.
  • Reach maximum affinity level with a manufacturer

    Whenever you complete a race or an event you will gain 4 things; credits, rider experience, model affinity and constructor affinity. Affinity levels range from 1-5. The amount of points you receive towards model and constructor affinity will vary from race to race and the better you perform the more you will receive. You will need to reach level 5 with a manufacturer to reach the maximum affinity level. To do so you will need to stick with a particular bike manufacturer for a while and aim to keep winning events to maximise the amount of affinity points you receive. It will take a while to reach level 5 overall. It's a good idea to switch between manufacturers whenever you reach maximum affinity level because this will help towards the trophy for unlocking titles. Please see Fame is never enough trophy_bronze.png  for more information regarding this. You can check manufacturer affinity levels from the dealership.
  • Cover a total of 500 km (310 miles) in any game mode

    The total distance you have covered can be found under game statistics which itself can be found by pressing the options button while on the main menu. 500 km will come naturally long before you get the trophy_platinum.png. There is no need to grind for this at all. 
  • Unlock your first title

    To see which titles are available for you to unlock, press the :options: button while on the main menu. This will bring up the Ride ID menu which contains your game statistics, rider titles and manufacturer affinity information. 

    For this trophy you simply need to unlock any rider title. Please see Fame is never enough trophy_bronze.png  for more in-depth information on how to go about this. 
  • Unlock 10 titles

    To see which titles are available for you to unlock, press the :options: button while on the main menu. This will bring up the Ride ID menu which contains your game statistics, rider titles and manufacturer affinity information. 

    For this trophy you need to unlock any 10 rider titles. There are almost 300 titles available in the game so earning 10 won't be too difficult but it will be time consuming. Titles cover everything from career progression to distances covered on specific bikes. Some titles are more difficult and grindy to unlock than others so you should focus on the easier ones. You will likely make good progress towards some of the more basic titles as you play through career mode. There are lots of titles available for reaching maximum affinity with various manufacturers along with specific models and these are good ones to aim for. You may even unlock a few of these naturally. A good tip is to switch between different bikes and manufacturers once you reach maximum affinity with them rather than using the same bike and the same manufacturer for the majority of the game. It should be noted that once you start the game you will unlock the Rookie title but this doesn't count towards this trophy or First title trophy_bronze.png.
  • Collect 10 cups

    There are a total of 128 cups in the game which are spread between the Regional, World and Final Leagues. To earn this trophy you must win 10 cups. You can check how many you've won from the statistics menu where it will show the total amount won and also how many you won by earning maximum points in a group. This will come naturally as you progress through your career.
  • Collect 50 cups

    There are a total of 128 cups in the game which are spread between the Regional, World and Final Leagues. To earn this trophy you must win 50 cups. You can check how many you've won from the statistics menu where it will show the total amount won and also how many you won by earning maximum points in a group. This will come naturally as you progress through your career as you need 40 World League cups to unlock the Final Leagues. There is also a trophy associated with earning every cup in a regional league so that will add another 8 to the total bringing you to 48 overall. You also need to win both Final League groups which will bring you to 50, though it's likely you will also earn some extra cups along the way too. The trophy will pop as soon as you have earned your 50th cup. 
  • Get maximum points in 1 Career group

    For this trophy you need to earn the maximum number of points available in a career group. The amount of events in a career group will vary but generally most groups have between 3 and 6 events. The event types in a group will also vary but generally they will be a mix of single races, time attacks and either a track day or a track test. To make this easier on yourself I suggest you target maximum points in a group with fewer events and preferably a group which only contains single races of which there are a decent amount. This is because a lot of groups contain time attacks and these are typically the most difficult events to get gold on. There is a career group in the European League called the European Naked Trophy. This group only has 3 events and they're all single races which makes this group ideal for this trophy.
  • Get maximum points in 15 Career groups

    For this trophy you need to earn the maximum number of points available in 15 career groups. The amount of events in a career group will vary but generally most groups have between 3 and 6 events. The event types in a group will also vary but generally they will be a mix of single races, time attacks and either a track day or a track test. To make this easier on yourself I suggest you target maximum points in groups with fewer events and preferably groups which only contain single races of which there are a decent amount. This is because a lot of groups contain time attacks and these are typically the most difficult events to get gold on. There are more than 15 career groups which only contain races so there is plenty of leeway for this trophy. The trophy will pop as soon as you have earned maximum points for the 15th time.
  • Get a licence for the Regional Leagues

    There are 3 Regional Leagues in the game; European, Asian and American. When you begin the game you get to choose your Regional League so pick whichever league you prefer. The Regional Licence group contains 6 events and you need to earn 78 points from a possible 120 to earn your licence which equates to earning bronze in every event. The events are a mixture of time attacks, track tests and track days and they are relatively simple events designed to get you into the groove of things. The bronze targets are very lenient so you should have no trouble passing each event in this group. The trophy will pop once you have reached the points target. 
  • Collect all the cups of a Regional League

    There are 8 cups available in each of the Regional Leagues. There are 5 stock groups and 3 exhibition groups and you must earn the cup in each one. Remember, you don't need to earn maximum points in each group, you only need to earn the amount of points required for the cup. The amount of points required for each cup is very lenient. It's usually around 50-70% of the total points available in each group. The trophy will pop as soon as you have earned the final cup in the league.
  • Get maximum points in a Rider Activities group

    Rider Activities groups can be found in the World League in the Rider Activities section. There are 12 groups, though all but 1 will be locked until you have reached affinity level 4 with the corresponding manufacturer. The Official Bridgestone Tester group will be unlocked from the start as soon as you gain access to the World League. This group consists of 5 events; 2 time attacks, a track test, a track day and a single race. You need to earn gold on every event in order to get maximum points in the group. You don't get to choose your bike for these events, instead you will be given a specific bike. As usual, the time attacks will prove the greatest challenge here but it's still very lenient. It might take a few tries but you should be able to finish each time attack with at least a few tenths of a second to spare. The trophy will pop once you have completed the final event.
  • Get maximum points in an invitational group

    Invitational groups can be found in the World League in the Invitational section. There's quite a few groups you can choose from. I used the Sophisticated Italians group for this trophy because it has 4 single races and a track day which makes earning gold on every event fairly easy. If you choose the same group then none of the events will cause any trouble as you simply need to win the 4 races, while the track day is also quite easy to do. The trophy will pop once you have completed the final event.
  • Get maximum points in an Exhibition group

    This doesn't have to be done in the World League. I did it in the European Regional League in the exhibition group named Nakeds on the Track. This group contains 3 single races so earning maximum points is quite easy to do as you only need to win each race. The trophy will pop once you have completed the final event.
  • Unlock your first Rider Activities group

    You don't need to complete a Rider Activities group for this trophy, you only need to unlock them which you will do automatically once you gain access to the World League. You will earn this trophy at the same time as You belong to the elite trophy_silver.png.
  • Get your first Career cup

    Cups work on a points based system in career mode. Gold rewards the most points, followed by silver and lastly bronze. You need to earn a specific amount of points in a career group in order to win the cup for that group. Typically getting bronze on every event in a group will be enough to win the cup. While earning bronze on events will be enough you should still aim to do as well as possible because you will earn more credits and experience that way. Some groups also reward you with bikes if you earn maximum points. The trophy will pop as soon as you have won your first cup.
  • Get a Stock Licence for the World League

    The World Licence group can be found in the World League in the Stock section. The World Licence group contains 7 events and you need to earn 91 points from a possible 140 to earn your licence which equates to earning bronze in every event. The events are a mixture of time attacks, track tests and track days and they are relatively simple events designed to get you into the groove of things. The bronze targets are very lenient so you should have no trouble passing each event in this group. The trophy will pop once you have reached the points target. 
  • Unlock access to the World League

    You need to have 5 cups from the Regional League to unlock access to the World League. There are 8 groups in each Regional League so you simply need to win the cup in 5 of them to earn this trophy.
  • Get a Superbikes Licence for the World League

    The World Superbikes Licence group can be found in the World League in the Superbikes section. Before you can participate in the group you will first need to unlock it which you can do by earning 800 points from groups in the World League. There are a total of 12,550 points available in the World League so simply play through groups until you have accumulated 800 points.

    The World Superbikes Licence group contains 7 events and you need to earn 93 points from a possible 145 to earn your licence which equates to earning bronze in every event. The events are a mixture of time attacks, track tests and track days and they are relatively simple events designed to get you into the groove of things. The bronze targets are very lenient so you should have no trouble passing each event in this group. The trophy will pop once you have reached the points target. 
  • Get an Endurance Licence for the World League

    The World Endurance Licence group can be found in the World League in the Endurance section. Before you can participate in the group you will first need to unlock it which you can do by earning 800 points from groups in the World League. There are a total of 12,550 points available in the World League so simply play through groups until you have accumulated 800 points.

    The World Endurance Licence group contains 7 events and you need to earn 121 points from a possible 180 to earn your licence which equates to earning bronze in every event. The events are a mixture of time attacks, track tests and endurance races and they are relatively simple events designed to get you into the groove of things. The bronze targets are very lenient so you should have no trouble passing each event in this group. The trophy will pop once you have reached the points target. 
  • Get the World Superbikes League cup

    The World Superbikes League is part of the Final Leagues which you need 40 World League cups to unlock access to. The World Superbikes League contains 10 events, all of which are single races. You need 250 points to win the cup which means you need to win every single event in the group. Bronze won't do this time around. There's nothing particularly difficult about these races despite them being among the final events in the game. They are longer than usual as they contain 9-14 laps each rather than the typical 3-5 laps but nothing else is different about them. The trophy will pop as soon as you have won the 10th and final race in the group, earning you both the cup and a very special bike as a reward. 
  • Get the World Endurance League cup

    The World Endurance League is part of the Final Leagues which you need 40 World League cups to unlock access to. The World Endurance League contains 5 events, all of which are endurance races. You need 200 points to win the cup which means you need to win every single event in the group. Bronze won't do this time around. Each endurance race runs for 40 minutes and there isn't anything about them which is different to other endurance races in the game. The trophy will pop as soon as you have won the 5th and final endurance race in the group, earning you both the cup and a very special bike as a reward. 

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