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Pokemon Let’s Go: All Rideable Pokemon

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Pokemon Let’s Go: All Rideable Pokemon

All 18 Rideable Pokemon in Pokemon Let’s Go

Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee have added a number of changes with their release on the Nintendo Switch. The biggest change comes in the form of catching Pokemon, and some of them are rideable!

No longer do you need to whittle their health down or even battle them at all.

With the implementation of the catching mechanics from Pokemon Go, now it is simply about feeding these Pocket Monsters berries and hurling the Poke Ball at them with motion controls.

Of course, this is not the only change to the game, but definitely the most notable. Another change veteran players of Red, Blue, and Yellow may notice is the absence of the bicycle.

The bike has been a big part of the franchise and its omission would be sorely missed if it wasn’t for the new addition of being able to ride select Pokemon.

In order to ride one you’ll need to own one of the 18 listed below.

You can obtain them by either catching them or evolving their lower evolution. Next you’ll need to go into your menu with the X button, select the party icon, and then highlight the one you want to ride.

Click on the Pokemon in the menu and select “take out of Poke Ball.” You’ll immediately be riding that Pokemon in any space it can fit so don’t be afraid if it doesn’t show up while you’re indoors, as soon as you exit the building you’ll hop right back on it.

All 18 Rideable Pokemon

  1. Aerodactyl
  2. Arcanine
  3. Charizard
  4. Dodrio
  5. Dragonite
  6. Gyrados
  7. Haunter
  8. Kangaskhan
  9. Lapras
  10. Machamp
  11. Onix
  12. Persian
  13. Rapidash
  14. Rhydon
  15. Rhyhorn
  16. Snorlax
  17. Starmie
  18. Tauros

It is important to note that Gyrados and Lapras can only be ridden in while in water. Just take them out of the Poke Ball and use your Sea Skim Secret Technique. Instead of riding the surfboard with Eevee or Pikachu you’ll be on Lapras or Gyrados.

That’s all you need to know for all the rideable Pokemon. For more tips, tricks, and guides on Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee be sure to check out our Wiki.

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