Mario Kart Tour ribbon: How to do 20 jump boosts in a single race

Mario Kart Tour How To Do 20 Jump Boosts In A Single Race With A Driver Who Wears A Ribbon

How to easily perform 20 jump boosts in a single race with a driver wearing a ribbon in Mario Kart Tour.

Although some people understandably have their eyes on a Halloween event that will - fingers crossed - finally introduce Luigi, the Mario Kart Tour Tokyo event is still underway with an assortment of new challenges having been released. Below you'll find out how to easily complete the 'perform 20 jump boosts in a single race with a driver wearing a ribbon' challenge.

Mario Kart Tour was released on September 25th and the game's Tokyo Tour event has been a decent grand prix for introducing the likes of Space Princess Rosalina and the notorious Rainbow Road. There's still been some controversy with the game such as a £39 Diddy Kong Pack, but there's nevertheless an addictive element that makes it hard to abandon regardless of morals.

Much of this addiction emits from the weekly challenges of which you must now 'perform 20 jump boosts in a single race with a driver wearing a ribbon.'

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Mario Kart Tour: Driver/Characters with a ribbon

The most obvious characters with a ribbon in Mario Kart Tour are Wendy and Peachette.

Wendy is one of the seven koopalings who could have been used for the 'score 6,000 with a koopaling driver' challenge, whereas Peachette is a variation of the biggest damsel in distress in the history of video games.

Either of them will suffice for the challenge so you needn't threat about which is better or less girly.

Mario Kart Tour: How to perform 20 jump boosts in a single race

Once you've selected either Wendy or Peachette you will then need to pick the appropriate course to complete the 'perform 20 jump boosts in a single race' challenge.

The course you'll definitely want to pick is the Tokyo Blur T in the Rosalina Cup. This race track has more than enough small bumps and ramps to complete the challenge over two laps (despite not being very long).

Again, you don't need to worry about choosing between Wendy or Peachette and which glider to use, you just need to focus on hitting all of the ramps.

Ultimately it's an easy challenge that shouldn't require more than one go around the Tokyo Blur T course to complete.

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Mario Kart Tour is available on iOS and Android.

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