Riders Republic: How to Change Clothes

Here's how to change clothes in Riders Republic and show your sense of style.

Riders Republic offers many ways for you to customize your character's style, including letting you change clothes. From scrappy, torn jeans and sportswear to ridiculous costumes, there's no reason why you can't look good, or goofy, while you're racing or performing tricks. So, how exactly do you change outfits or clothes in Riders Republic?

The Customize Tab and Riders Republic Outfits

All you need to do to if you're wondering how to change your clothes in Riders Republic is to press the start button to open the menu. Then, take a look at the Customize tab. You'll see additional menus for your Gear, Outfits, Emotes, and Avatar.

In the Outfits menu, you'll notice selections for Bike Race, Bike Tricks, Snow Race, and more. Each tab here lists the outfits and clothes that you have. Remember, different types of activities will have different kinds of clothing assigned. Just pick the clothes that you prefer to show off your sense of fashion. 

How to Get More Clothes

Naturally, you'll acquire more outfits as you progress in Riders Republic. Leveling your rank and winning certain events will net you opportunities to grab new gear and cash.

Perhaps the most important rewards are Republic Bucks (i.e., cash). Republic Bucks are considered the regular currency in the game, easily obtainable as you keep playing. Conversely, there are also Republic Coins, the premium currency/microtransactions.

Both of these currencies are used in the in-game shop, which you can check out by opening the menu or visiting Riders Ridge. There are more clothes and outfits in Riders Republic that you can acquire here, and there's a selection pool that changes daily, too.

Sadly, the costs in cash are significantly higher. For instance, the G-Raf costume costs 42,000 bucks, but only 1,050 coins. Likewise, there are certain legendary outfits like the Love Bites (dinosaur) and Castle Keeper (dragon) that can only be purchased by spending coins.

But that wraps up our guide on how to change clothes and get more outfits in Riders Republic. Now you can ride in style. For more, check out our other Riders Republic guides

Contributor

Jason Rodriguez is a game review and guide writer from the Philippines. He's basically a rare Pokémon.

Published Nov. 4th 2021

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