How To Get Free Rider


Welcome to the world of Free Rider! With this blog post, we’ll show you how to play the game on Google Chrome. We’ll explain what Free Rider is, why you should want to play it, and everything else you need to know to get started with this fun adventure game. So sit back and get comfortable! We’re about to demystify the joys of building your own bike tracks and playing them in a virtual reality setting.

STEP 1. Go to

First, go to

Next, enter the code I have provided for you. (Note: If you do not have this code, please refer back to Step 1.) This will unlock a game and allow you to play it for free on your computer.

The next step is going here:

STEP 2. Once loaded, enter the code “showgame” for a one time pass.

To get a free ride in the game, you need to use the code “showgame” on your first load of Free Rider. This is a one time use access code, so it will only work once. Make sure you don’t accidentally hit enter or click somewhere else after entering the code; otherwise, you’ll have to start over again. The letters are case sensitive—meaning, if you capitalize them when typing them out (for example: SHOWGAME), then it won’t work!

STEP 3: Start building your own tracks and riding them!

Once you’ve downloaded the game, it’s time to start building your own tracks. You can build your own tracks in Rider or have other people build them for you.

  • If you don’t know how to use Rider yet, here are some tips:
  • The first thing you need to do is get out of the tutorial mode and into a free ride mode where there is no objective—just pick some music and go!
  • To move around in the Editor window (where you build your track), click on any one of those circles with arrows coming out of them at regular intervals along its border. Each arrow represents a different speed (or “frame rate”) available within that frame rate group (there are five groups). The higher up they’re placed on your canvas, the faster they’re going when you hit that keystroke or button combination. This means if something moves too fast for what feels good for this particular moment in time, try moving it lower down on screen so it appears slower than before when played back later!

If you read this blog post, you should be able to play Free Rider on Chrome!

If you read this blog post, you should be able to play Free Rider on Chrome!

I know that some people have trouble getting Free Rider to work. I’ve had issues with it myself, but I’m hoping that this blog post will help clear things up for you.


You should now be able to play Free Rider on Chrome and Android! We hope you enjoyed this blog post, and that you have fun playing the game. If you’d like to learn more about this website, check out the home page at

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