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Miracle Cycle

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The name currently in use is a fan translation of the Japanese name.
Miracle Cycle ミラクルサイクル
Miracle Cycle
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Cerulean City, Goldenrod City
Region: Kanto and Johto
Generations: I, II, III, IV
Kanto Johto Miracle Cycle Map.png
Location of Miracle Cycle in Kanto and Johto.
Pokémon world locations
Inside of the Goldenrod Miracle Cycle shop in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

(Japanese: ミラクルサイクル Miracle Cycle) is the number-one producer of bicycles in Kanto and Johto. Initially beginning business in Cerulean City, Miracle Cycle movedGSC/expandedHGSS to Johto after about three years, with a second shop in Goldenrod City, where they became popular with the help of the player.

Miracle Cycle has no apparent presence in Hoenn, Sinnoh, or Kalos where Rydel's Cycles, Rad Rickshaw's Cycle Shop, and Cycle Shop dominate business, respectively.

The company name was not mentioned in non-Japanese versions of any games it has appeared in for unknown reasons. Instead, it is simply named Bike Shop.

In the games

Cerulean branch

Miracle Cycle's Cerulean branch can be visited in Generations I and III, where a bicycle is on sale for PokémonDollar.png1,000,000. As the player can only carry PokémonDollar.png999,999 at one time, this makes it impossible to buy. However, several vouchers for the expensive bicycle have been given away; the player can obtain one from the Chairman of the Pokémon Fan Club in Vermilion City and trade it in for the bicycle instead.

In Generation II, this branch of Miracle Cycle is shut down. In Generation IV, however, the shop is still open, though nothing is obtainable here.

Signs

Generation I

Grass and caves
handled easily!
BIKE SHOP

Generation II

The sign with the notice about its closure in Generation II reads:

There's a notice
here...
The BIKE SHOP has
moved to GOLDENROD
CITY in JOHTO...

Generation III

Grass and caves handled easily!
BIKE SHOP

Generation IV

Trendsetter of the Bicycle Boom
Cerulean Bike Main Shop

Goldenrod branch

The Goldenrod branch of Miracle Cycle can be visited in Generation II and its remakes, where the owner will give the player a bicycle for free temporarily so that he or she can advertise Miracle Cycle, stuck in an isolated corner of Goldenrod City, to the people of Johto. After a certain amount of time, the owner will call the player via the Pokégear, allowing him or her to keep the item as thanks for bringing in so much business.

In Generation II, it is mentioned that the owner moved shop from Cerulean, shutting down the old shop in the process, while in the remakes, he recommends that the player visit the still-open shop in Cerulean.

Signs

The World is a
Cycle Path!
BIKE SHOP

Generation IV

Bike Shop Goldenrod Branch
The World is a Cycling Path!

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Miracle Cycle also exists in the Pokémon Adventures manga.

It was first mentioned by the Tripokémon Bike race organizer as the sponsor of the race in Wake Up--You're Snorlax!. This mention was not removed from Viz's English translation of the manga.

Whitney owns a Miracle Cycle bike which she used in the Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter in a race against Gold. The race was designed as a promotion for the bikes but Gold adapted his into a scooter.

In the Pocket Monsters HGSS manga

Miracle Cycle had appeared in Pocket Monsters HGSS.

Gallery



Kanto
Miracle Cycle
Johto
Miracle Cycle
Hoenn
Rydel's Cycles
Sinnoh
Rad Rickshaw's Cycle Shop


Kanto and Johto
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Cities and Towns
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
New Bark TownCherrygrove CityViolet CityAzalea TownGoldenrod CityEcruteak City
Olivine CityCianwood CityMahogany TownBlackthorn CitySafari Zone GateFrontier Access
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CaveMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Routes 5-6)Underground Path (Routes 7-8)S.S. AnneS.S. Aqua
Seagallop FerriesCerulean CapeRock TunnelKanto Power PlantCycling RoadRocket Hideout
Silph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerKanto Safari Zone/Pal ParkSeafoam Islands
Pokémon MansionPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Dark CaveSprout TowerRuins of AlphUnion CaveSlowpoke WellIlex Forest
Radio TowerGlobal TerminalGoldenrod TunnelNational Park
Pokéathlon DomeBell TowerBurned TowerMooMoo FarmGlitter Lighthouse
Battle Tower (CrystalHGSS)/FrontierCliff Edge GateCliff CaveEmbedded TowerJohto Safari Zone
Whirl IslandsMt. MortarLake of RageTeam Rocket HQIce PathDragon's DenMt. Silver
Access to
Sevii IslandsSinjoh Ruins

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