Although Trial Bike Basic wins our praise for being a realistic motocross simulation, the lack of features and demo restrictions prevent it from being a more solid option. After downloading the program, we found ourselves seated on a motorcycle at the beginning of a course filled with ramps and other obstacles. To successfully navigate the course, you must accelerate, lean, and brake at the right times, similar to how you'd operate a real-life motorcycle. The graphics weren't amazing, but they didn't ruin the game for us. Although the demo version restricted us to one course, we found riding without incurring grievous bodily harm a tricky task. The trial version also won't allow you to change bikes, and you can play for only half an hour. We wished for some level of user customization, such as the ability to silence the commentator mode or change the keyboard controls. Still, if you're looking for a quick motorcycle fix, Trial Bike Basic might be worth the time.