Find out how to ride Pokemon & which Pokemon can be ridden in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee in this comprehensive guide! All included are a full list of Rideable Pokemon.
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How Do You Ride Pokemons
Ride Pokemon By Taking Them Out of Pokeballs
Your player character will immediately move to get on the Rideable Pokemon when it is brought out of its Pokeball. To get off, you'll have to return the Pokemon to its Pokeball.
Rideable Pokemon List (On Ground)
Movement Speed Differs Between Pokemon
Fast moving Pokemon like Arkanine and Rapidash will allow players to move extremely faster compared to Pokemon like Snorlax. This is great when you're in a rush to go from one place to another!
Replacement to Bicycle
Unlike in Pokemon Yellow, there won't be any Bicycles in Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee. To move faster on land, you can ride your Pokemon instead!
Get Arcanine or Persian Gifted in Vermilion City
By talking to the NPC on the bench outside of the Pokemon Fan Club in Vermillion City, you will be able to receive an Arcanine or Persian depending on your game version. This Pokemon may serve as your replacement to Bicycle, which was available during a similar timing in previous title.
Get Arcanine in Let's Go Eevee & Persian in Let's Go Pikachu
In Let's Go Pikachu, you can get a Persian after catching 5 Growlithes, whereas you can get an Arcanine after catching 5 Meowths in Let's Go Eevee.
Rideable Pokemon List - Ground
|Rideable Pokemen With Fastest Speed
|Rideable Pokemen With Moderate Speed
|Rideable Pokemen With Slowest Speed
Rideable Pokemon List (On Water)
Gyarados and Lapras will allow you to ride on them to get across bodies of water! Just bring them out of their Pokeball and you'll be good to go.
Surfing on Pokemon Will Not Have Special Benefits
Riding on Pokemon's back across water will have the same effect as your Partner Pokemon's Secret Technique, Sea Skim. The Secret Technique can be acquired in Fuchsia City.Check Out All Secret Techniques
Rideable Pokemon List - Water▼ Trainer Riding on Pokemon (Water)
Rideable Pokemon List (Flying)
Flying Pokemon that you can ride can only hover above ground at the earlier parts of the game. They won't be able to pass above rocks and other obstacles.
Able to Fly Higher After Beating Elite 4
Once you beat the Elite 4, your Flying Pokemon will be able to fly higher than before! With them, you can even go over fences and even buildings.Check Out the Elite Four Guide & Tips
Fly Over Obstacles & Buildings When Flying
Upon unlocking higher flight, you will be able to fly over buildings and obstacles which you wouldn't normally be able to cross.
Wild Pokemon Will Appear in Sky
You will still have a chance to encounter wild Pokemon while flying.
Flight Speed is Same for All Pokemon
All rideable flying Pokemon will have the same cruising speed while flying.
Rideable Pokemon List - Flying▼ Trainer Riding on Pokemon (Air)
Image of Trainer Riding on Pokemon
Trainer Riding Pokemon on Ground
Rideable Pokemon - Arcanine
Rideable Pokemon - Dodrio
Rideable Pokemon - Haunter
Rideable Pokemon - Kangaskhan
Rideable Pokemon - Machamp
Rideable Pokemon - Onix
Rideable Pokemon - Persian
Rideable Pokemon - Rhydon
Rideable Pokemon - Rhyhorn
Rideable Pokemon - Rapidash
Rideable Pokemon - Snorlax
Rideable Pokemon - Starmie
Rideable Pokemon - Tauros
Trainer Riding Pokemon on Water
Rideable Pokemon - Gyarados
Rideable Pokemon - Lapras
Trainer Riding Pokemon on Air
Rideable Pokemon - Aerodactyl
Rideable Pokemon - Charizard
Rideable Pokemon - Dragonite
Travel Across the World with Your Pokemon
Travel in style and with friends by riding on your Pokemon! There are a number of Pokemon in the game that will allow players to mount them to move across the world.
Only Select Large Pokemon can be Ridden
Players can't ride on just any Pokemon! Only large Pokemon, such as Arkanine and Onyx, will be able to pick up and carry their trainers around.