The project stems from a desire to offer a 360° simulation, not limited to riding dynamics like others are, but also involving the preparation and tuning of the bike, guaranteeing a painstaking level of detail as well.
This is the transposition of what happens in real life where the enthusiast, restricted by available budget, decides to replace one or more parts and then has the thrill of testing it on the track or on the street. Sometimes the result is extremely satisfying, but in some cases, the change proves to be counterproductive.
In fact, in RiMS Racing, which stands for Rider Motorbike Simulator, players can entirely disassemble the bikes they have in their garage, which they have earned in the career mode. Specifically, there are 45 components that can be modified, from the tires to the suspension, from the exhaust to the fairings and saddle, and of course, the entire braking system.