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All versions of this Type bear a Shift Tire across Drive's torso. While changing Shift Cars, upbeat jazz music plays.

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Type Speed kamen rider drive single Pre-Tire

This version of Type Speed is briefly seen during both Drive's transformation and Tire Exchange, the kamen rider drive single latter specifically after the previous Shift Tire is ejected and before the new Shift Tire gets attached in its place. When robbed the Max Flare Tire in , the real Drive was left stuck in this state until Mach mistakingly struck him with his Kick Macher attack.

In the case of an incompatible user, such as Kiriko, attempting to access the Drive System, a transformation into single horned roe deer the tire-less Kamen Rider Drive is briefly achieved. However, once the Type Speed Tire (タイプスピードタイヤ, Taipu Supīdo Taiya) attempts to combine with the Type Speed body, the transformation is immediately rejected. This prompted Kiriko and Mr. Belt to find a candidate who could successfully handle Drive's power and maintain the transformation.

Type Speed

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Type Speed

"Drive: Type Speed! (Upbeat jazz music)"
―Transformation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 102 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6 t.
  • Kicking power: 10.4 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 32 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.7 sec. (1.8 sec. at full speed) [35.89 mph by default and 113.6 mph at full speed]

(タイプスピード, Taipu Supīdo) is Drive's default sports car-based form. Accessed through the Shift Speed Car, this form bears the Type Speed Tire (タイプスピードタイヤ, Taipu Supīdo Taiya).

Out of Drive's Types, this form has the most balance in terms of strength and agility, which also makes it his most frequently used form.

Drive's special ability in this form is, as the name implies, speed. When he lifts the Shift Speed Car three times, Drive is able to move incredibly fast and perform high velocity attacks. He can also perform the (ターボスマッシュ, Tābo Sumasshu) attack, where Drive makes the Type Speed Tire rotate rapidly as he drifts towards the enemy and trips them up into the air. Afterwards, he unleashes a barrage of rapid punches onto the falling target, making an image of a speedometer appear from the resulting series of punches. Alternatively, Drive can skip the tripping portion of his attack and go immediately to its punching portion.

This Type's Full Throttle finisher is the (スピードロップ, Supīdoroppu), where Drive focuses power into his right leg, making it glow red as he slams into the enemy with a flying kick.

  • A variation of this finisher has four spinning tires manifest to surround the enemy while Drive turns his back to the target as Tridoron races around him, focusing his power. The tires then fully close in on the target, making the target shoot forwards towards Drive, who instead jumps at Tridoron and kicks at it, making him bounce off of it and kick the target. Drive then keeps bouncing off Tridoron and kicking the target in a pinball-like manner until he comes in with the final kick, skidding to a stop.

Appearances: Drive Episodes 1-4, Secret Mission Type TV-KUN, 5, 7-9, Movie War Full Throttle, 10-13, Type HIGH SPEED, 14-16, 18-22, Ninninger Vs. Drive, Super Hero Taisen GP, Kamen Rider 4: Episodes 1-3, Drive 23, Secret Mission Type TOKUJO, 25, 27-35, 38, 40, Surprise Future, Drive Saga: Chaser, 42, Type LUPIN, 45, 48, Super Movie War Genesis, Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider

Type Speed Flare

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Type Speed Flare

"Tire Koukan: Max Flare! (Electric guitar squeal)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 103.8 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.1 t.
  • Kicking power: 10.6 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.9 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.8 sec. (35.27 mph)

The flaming hotrod-based Shift Max Flare Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Flare (タイプスピードフレア, Taipu Supīdo Furea), which bears the fire-themed Max Flare Tire (マックスフレアタイヤ, Makkusu Furea Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Flare's punching and kicking power is slightly more powerful than Type Speed. However, its jumping height decreases slightly and the maximum running speed is much slower in comparison.

In this mode, Drive is empowered with fire-enhanced abilities, covering his hands and legs in flames with every attack, as well as allowing him to manifest a fiery construct of the Max Flare Tire for him to kick at the enemy where it produces a flaming cyclone that shoots the target skyward.

Type Speed Flare's Full Throttle finisher is the (フレアストリーム, Furea Sutorīmu), where Drive launches a barrage of fireballs from the Max Flare Tire towards the enemy.

  • During the fight against, Drive finishes the Rider off by using an alternative of the (スピードロップ, Supīdoroppu) Tridoron variation. Four spinning tires manifest to surround the enemy and bombarded Lupin with his while Drive turns his back to the target as Tridoron races around him, focusing his power. The tires then fully close in on the target, making the target shoot forwards towards Drive, who instead jumps at Tridoron and kicks at it, making him bounce off of it and kick the target. Drive then keeps bouncing off Tridoron and kicking the target in a pinball-like manner with flaming strikes, though this is notably slower compared with Type Speed's version until he comes in with the final kick, skidding to a stop.

Appearances: Drive Episodes 1, 5, Movie War Full Throttle, 30, 32

Type Speed Spike

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Type Speed Spike

"Tire Koukan: Funky Spike! (Dubstep music warble)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 105 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.2 t.
  • Kicking power: 10.7 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.8 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.9 sec. (34.67 mph)

The spiky hotrod-based Shift Funky Spike Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Spike (タイプスピードスパイク, Taipu Supīdo Supaiku), which bears the spike strip-themed Funky Spike Tire (ファンキースパイクタイヤ, Fankī Supaiku Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Spike's punching and kicking power is more powerful than Type Speed. However, its jumping height and speed is lower and slightly slower than Type Speed Flare.

In this mode, Drive can attack with the Funky Spike Tire by having it either shoot off spike projectiles or rotate so rapidly that it shreds any enemy he comes within range of.

Type Speed Spike's Full Throttle finisher is the Spike Tornado (スパイクトルネード, Supaiku Torunēdo).

This form is exclusive to.

Type Speed Shadow

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Type Speed Shadow

"Tire Koukan: Midnight Shadow! (Shamisen strum, followed by slicing sounds)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 103 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6 t.
  • Kicking power: 10.4 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 33 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.6 sec. (36.53 mph)

The ninja hotrod-based Shift Midnight Shadow Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Shadow (タイプスピードシャドー, Taipu Supīdo Shadō), which bears the shuriken-themed Midnight Shadow Tire (ミッドナイトシャドータイヤ, Middonaito Shadō Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Shadow's punching and kicking power retain the same force as Type Speed. However, its jumping height increases very slightly compared to Type Speed and, while still very much slower than Type Speed, it can still run faster than both Type Speed Flare and Type Speed Spike.

In this mode, Drive is empowered with enhanced stealth capabilities which allow him to duplicate himself and can manifest energy constructs of the Midnight Shadow Tire to throw at the enemy.

Type Speed Shadow's Full Throttle finisher is the Shadow Shuriken (シャドーシュリケン, Shadō Shuriken).

  • During the fight against, Drive finishes the Roidmude off by using an alternative of the (スピードロップ, Supīdoroppu) Tridoron variation. Four spinning tires manifest to surround the enemy and bombarded Roidmude 102 with his while Drive turns his back to the target as Tridoron races around him, focusing his power. The tires then fully close in on the target, making the target shoot forwards towards Drive, who instead jumps at Tridoron and kicks at it, making him bounce off of it and kick the target. Drive then keeps bouncing off Tridoron and kicking the target in a pinball-like manner with cloning shurikens skidding to a stop.

Appearances: Drive Episodes 1, 2, 5, 6, 10, Type HIGH SPEED, Ninninger Vs. Drive, Super Hero Taisen GP, 30

Type Speed Hunter

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Type Speed Hunter

"Tire Koukan: Justice Hunter! (Police siren wail, followed by a metallic clang)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 110 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.5 t.
  • Kicking power: 11.2 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.4 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 6.2 sec. (32.99 mph)

The police car-based Shift Justice Hunter Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Hunter (タイプスピードハンター, Taipu Supīdo Hantā), which bears the jail cell-themed Justice Hunter Tire (ジャスティスハンタータイヤ, Jasutisu Hantā Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Hunter can throw more powerful kicks and punches than the first three Tire Exchange modes and Type Speed. However, it has a slightly decreased jumping height compared to Type Speed, and is among the slowest of the Tire Exchange modes.

In this mode, Drive is armed with the.

Type Speed Hunter's Full Throttle finisher is the (ジャスティスマッシュ, Jasutisumasshu), where after trapping the enemy in his weapon's Energy Prison, Drive uses projections of Tridoron's tires to launch himself at the cage, then upwards and back, making a loop before sliding at the cage with a punch, the cage lifting seconds before Drive can smash into it, destroying the enemy.

Appearances: Drive Episodes 2, Secret Mission Type TV-KUN, Movie War Full Throttle, 11, 29

Type Speed Vegas

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Type Speed Vegas

"Tire Koukan: Dream Vegas! (Slot machine noises)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 108 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.4 t.
  • Kicking power: 10.8 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.5 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 6 sec. (34.09 mph)

The limousine-based Shift Dream Vegas Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Vegas (タイプスピードベガス, Taipu Supīdo Begasu), which bears the slot machine wheel-themed Dream Vegas Tire (ドリーベガスタイヤ, Dorīmu Begasu Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Vegas is slightly faster than Type Speed Hunter, and can also jump higher than it as well. However, it has slightly weaker punching and kicking power.

In this mode, Drive is armed with the.

Type Speed Vegas' Full Throttle finisher is the (ミリオンアタック, Mirion Atakku), where the Drum Shields combine with the Dream Vegas Tire, causing the three wheels to spin around like a slot machine. Whatever the three icons land on determines the action.

  • Tire: Drive shoots one gold coin pathetically at the enemy, which doesn't even reach it.
  • Seven: Drive shoots a barrage of gold coins at the enemy. They can also explode for a smokescreen effect.

Appearances: Drive Episodes 3, 4, 6, Type HIGH SPEED, 16, 25

Type Speed Mixer

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Type Speed Mixer

"Tire Koukan: Spin Mixer! (Concrete mixer noises, followed by a conga)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 109 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.3 t.
  • Kicking power: 11 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 30.8 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 6.3 sec. (32.47 mph)

The concrete mixer-based Shift Spin Mixer Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Mixer (タイプスピードミキサー, Taipu Supīdo Mikisā), which bears the cement-themed Spin Mixer Tire (スピンミキサータイヤ, Supin Mikisā Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Mixer has slightly weaker punching power than Type Speed Vegas, but it also has slightly stronger kicking power than the aforementioned Type. However, it has the worst jumping height and running speed among the Tire Exchange modes.

In this mode, Drive can fire a salvo of quick-drying cement from the Spin Mixer Tire at the enemy to bind them in place.

Type Speed Mixer's Full Throttle finisher is the (キャノンクリート, Kyanonkurīto).

Appearances: Drive Episodes 3, 10, Type HIGH SPEED

Type Speed Monster

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Type Speed Monster

"Tire Koukan: Massive Monster! (Monstrous growl, followed by multiple chomps)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 107 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.6 t.
  • Kicking power: 11.2 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.5 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 6.1 sec. (33.53 mph)

The monster truck-based Shift Massive Monster Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Monster (タイプスピードモンスター, Taipu Supīdo Monsutā), which bears the car boot-themed Massive Monster Tire (マッシブモンスタータイヤ, Mashibu Monsutā Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Monster has a very strong attack power, throwing more powerful kicks and punches than even Type Speed Hunter. However, it has about the same jumping height as the aforementioned Type, making it among the slowest of the Tire Exchange modes.

In this mode, Drive is armed with the and can make the Massive Monster Tire emit its tongue to lash at the enemy.

Type Speed Monster's Full Throttle finisher is the (モンスクランチ, Monsukuranchi), where Drive has the Massive Monster Tire's tongue shoot out and bind the enemy in place before dragging them in to be crushed in-between energy constructs of the Monster.

Appearances: Drive Episodes 3, 4, Secret Mission Type TV-KUN, 30

Type Speed Cab

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Type Speed Cab

"Tire Koukan: Dimension Cab! (Whoosh sound, followed by beeps and a ding)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 103 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6 t.
  • Kicking power: 10.4 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.9 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.8 sec. (35.27 mph)

The taxicab-based Shift Dimension Cab Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Cab (タイプスピードキャブ, Taipu Supīdo Kyabu), which bears the teleportation-themed Dimension Cab Tire (ディメンションキャブタイヤ, Dimenshon Kyabu Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Cab has the same offensive power as Type Speed, while also possessing the same agility stats as Type Speed Flare.

In this mode, Drive can generate a teleporting portal from the Dimension Cab Tire that separates a portion of his body from the rest of himself to use for multiple tasks.

Type Speed Cab's Full Throttle finisher is the Dimension Branch (ディメンションブランチ, Dimenshon Buranchi).

Appearances: Drive Episodes 4, 21

Type Speed Dump

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Type Speed Dump

"Tire Koukan: Rumble Dump! (Spinning drill sound, followed by a blaring horn)"
―Activation announcement

The dump truck-based Shift Rumble Dump Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Dump (タイプスピードダンプ, Taipu Supīdo Danpu), which bears the drill-themed Rumble Dump Tire (ランブルダンプタイヤ, Ranburu Danpu Taiya).

In this mode, Drive is armed with the. However, in Type Speed Dump's first (and only) usage, Drive was unable to control the Rumble Smasher, which resulted in him being dragged along for the ride as the out-of-control weapon lifted him off of his feet and all over the place.

In , when Drive uses Rumble Dump, instead of changing into Type Speed Dump, he immediately transforms into Type Wild Dump.

This form is exclusive to.

Type Speed Doctor

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Type Speed Doctor

"Tire Koukan: Mad Doctor! (Ambulance siren wail)"
―Activation announcement
  • Height: 199 cm.
  • Weight: 106.5 kg.

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 5.6 t.
  • Kicking power: 9.8 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 31.1 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 6.3 sec. (32.47 mph)

The ambulance-based Shift Mad Doctor Car allows Drive to upgrade Type Speed into Type Speed Doctor (タイプスピードドクター, Taipu Supīdo Dokutā), which bears the first aid-themed Mad Doctor Tire (マッドドクタータイヤ, Maddo Dokutā Taiya).

Stat-wise, Type Speed Doctor has the weakest offensive stats, weaker than even Type Speed, has one of the worst jumping heights, and is among the slowest of the usable Tire Exchange modes for Type Speed, making it overall one of Type Speed's worse Tire Exchange modes to be in an active fight.

In this mode, Drive is armed with the.

Type Speed Doctor's Full Throttle "finisher" makes Drive hover in the air as medical equipment from the Cure Quicker appears around him, which is then used to remove whatever ailment is affecting him, such as poison. The downside is that, true to its name, Mad Doctor's healing is excruciatingly painful.

This form is exclusive to.

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From left to right: Tomomi Jiena Sumi, Hitomi Isaka, Chisato Akita, and Ayako Kuroda

Kamen Rider Girls (仮面ライダーGIRLS, Kamen Raidā Gāruzu) is an idol group developed by Avex Trax and Ishimori Productions to commemorate the Kamen Rider Series' 40th anniversary in 2011. Each of the group's current members represent one of the protagonists of the Kamen Rider Series. The group made their premiere at an event featuring members of Columbia Music Entertainment's Project.R group, the musical collaboration who provides music for the Super Sentai series. The group's debut single was "" (恋のライダーキック, Koi no Raidā Kikku, "Love's Rider Kick"), which will be accompanied by the song "" (♡(ハート)の変身ベルト, Hāto no Henshin Beruto, "The Heart's Transformation Belt"). The group's debut songs were played on the DJ HURRY KENN Ride the Groove Internet radio program, the successor to the Wind Wave radio programs from the series.

The Kamen Rider Girls, along with Rider Chips, performed the ending themes for .

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Members

Kamen Rider Girls

Kamen Rider Girls during their debut

Each of the Kamen Rider Girls had wore the transformation belt used by the Rider they represented until November of 2016. It was announced in January 2016 that they would no longer wear the belts of individual season as for to better support the entire Kamen Rider series as a whole.

A new member did not join during the run of Drive, Ex-Aid, and Build.

Current Members

  • (井坂 仁美, )
    • Birthdate: 27 February 1992
    • Birthplace: Kanagawa Prefecture
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2010-present
    • Special skill: smile, eating lemons
    • Hobby: badminton, swimming
  • (秋田 知里, )
    • Birthdate: 31 January 1994
    • Birthplace: Tokyo
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2012-present
    • Special skill: Piano
    • Hobby: Playing games
  • (鷲見 友美ジェナ, )
    • Birthdate: 5 September 1994
    • Birthplace: Kyoto
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2013-present
    • Special skill: English conversation
    • Hobby: Watching movies
  • (黒田絢子, )
    • Birthdate: 7 November 1991
    • Birthplace: Hyogo
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2015-present
    • Special skill: Dance, choreography, baseball
    • Hobby: Fashion, dance

Former Members

  • (廣川 由里香, )
    • Birthdate: 22 January 1990
    • Birthplace: Hiroshima
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2010-2011
    • Special skill: singing, can sleep anywhere
    • Hobby: nails, bowling
  • (名倉 かおり, )
    • Birthdate: 17 December 1990
    • Birthplace: Aichi Prefecture
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2010-2015
    • Special skill: computers, composing music
    • Hobby: surfing the net
  • (吉住 絵里加, )
    • Birthdate: 5 February 1992
    • Birthplace: Shiga Prefecture
    • Represents: Kamen Rider Den-O
    • Membership: 2010-2016
    • Special skill: speed reading, diet
    • Hobby: improving herself
  • (安田 奈央, )
    • Birthdate: 26 April 1990
    • Birthplace: Okayama Prefecture
    • Represents: Kamen Rider Blade
    • Membership: 2010-2016
    • Special skill: writing characters
    • Hobby: kickboxing
  • (遠藤 三貴, )
    • Birthdate: 21 November 1992
    • Birthplace: Oita, Oita Prefecture
    • Represents:
    • Membership: 2011-2017
    • Special skill: Basketball
    • Hobby: Make friends

Appearances in series

Team Pop Up

The Kamen Rider Girls as Team Pop Up in The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle.

  • Three members of the group appeared in a crowd during .
  • Kamen Rider Girls,,,, and appeared as (軽音部員, Keionbuin) in of .
  • The Kamen Rider Girls appeared as the  (若者, Wakamono)  attacked in .
  • The Kamen Rider Girls appeared as in both the portion of  and in the series' .
  • and appear in as and respectively.
  • appeared on the drama CD, Kamen Rider Mach's Dream.

Shocker Girls

Shocker Girls

The Shocker Girls with.

The Kamen Rider Girls became the Girls (ショッカーGIRLS, Shokkā Gāruzu)) for their single "".

Discography

  • - April 20, 2011
  • - August 3, 2011
  • "" (咲いて, "" "Blooming") - March 14, 2012
  • - November 21, 2012
  • - November 21, 2012
  • - February 27, 2013
  • - March 20, 2013
  • - May 22, 2013
  • - July 24, 2013
  • - September 4, 2013
  • - December 25, 2013
  • - March 8, 2014
  • - March 19, 2014
  • - June 25, 2014
  • SUPER BEST - April 1, 2015
  • - September 9, 2015
  • Next stage - January 13, 2016
  • Rush N' Crash/Movin'on - August 17, 2016
  • Just You & Me - July, 2016
  • B.A.T.T.L.E G.A.M.E - March 15, 2017
  • invincible - August 23, 2017
  • EX-AID - October 17, 2017
  • proud of you - January 24, 2018

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Kamen Rider Drive (仮面ライダードライブ, Kamen Raidā Doraibu) is a Japanese television series serving as the 16th, and 25th series over all. returns to the Kamen Rider Series to serve as Drive's lead screenwriter, with as director. It premiered on and affiliate stations throughout Japan on October 5, 2014, the week following the finale of its preceding series , and joining then in the programming block, until Drive concluded on September 27, 2015. Drive is peculiar among the heroes in the Kamen Rider franchise, as his motif and main mode of transportation is a car, rather than the signature motorcycles used by his predecessors.

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Shinnosuke Tomari is a former elite police officer in the Metropolitan Police, who, after an event that traumatized one of his colleagues, has been "demoted" into the Special Investigations Division. This division looks into the stranger happenings in the city, particularly the recent "Heavy Acceleration" events. These events, termed "Heaviness" by the public, leave people unable to move. When he is chosen by the Drive Driver and Tridoron, Shinnosuke transforms into Kamen Rider Drive and is tasked with battling the Roidmudes who plan to rise against humanity and take over the world. He is aided by Kiriko Shijima and her brother Go, who transforms into Kamen Rider Mach. Chase, a special Roidmude with a strange past who then known as Proto Drive and later became an evil warrior known as Mashin Chaser, also reassumes his Rider identity and reclaims his 'justice' to protect humanity as he transforms into Kamen Rider Chaser. However, a greater threat later appears in the form of Kiriko and Go's father, the scientist who created the Roidmudes, who despite having long lost his human body, revives in the form of the evil Gord Drive, intending to make use of the remaining Roidmudes in his own plan to bring down the whole world at his mercy.

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Kamen Rider Drive, in his default Type Speed form, and his car Tridoron.

The series marks the first time that a Kamen Rider's main vehicle is a car rather than a motorcycle, which has been remarked upon by entertainment news as a shock and a major change from previous Kamen Rider television series.

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No. Title Writer Original air date
1 kamen rider drive single class="summary c9"> "Why Has My Time Stopped?"
"Ore no Jikan wa Naze Tomatta no ka" (俺の時間はなぜ止まったのか) 
October 5, 2014
2 "What Is a Kamen Rider?"
"Kamen Raidā to wa Nani ka" (仮面ライダーとはなにか) 
Riku Sanjo October 12, 2014
3 "Who Stole Her Smile?"
"Dare ga Kanojo no Egao o Ubatta no ka" (だれが彼女の笑顔を奪ったのか) 
Riku Sanjo October 19, 2014
4 "What Is the Proud Chaser Thinking About?"
"Hokoritakaki Tsuisekisha wa Nani o Omou no ka" (誇り高き追跡者はなにを思うのか) 
Riku Sanjo October 26, 2014
5 "What Are the Steel Robbers After?"
"Hagane no Gōtōdan wa Nani o Nerau no ka" (鋼の強盗団はなにを狙うのか) 
Riku Sanjo November 9, 2014
6 "Who Does the Warrior Fight For?"
"Senshi wa Dare no Tame ni Tatakau no ka" (戦士はだれのために戦うのか) 
Riku Sanjo November 16, 2014
7 "How Was That Decisive Moment Captured?"
"Ketteiteki Shunkan wa Ika ni Satsuei-sareta no ka" (決定的瞬間はいかに撮影されたのか) 
November 23, 2014
8 "What Is the Secret That Dwells in the Heart?"
"Sono Mune ni Yadoru Himitsu to wa Nani ka" (その胸に宿る秘密とはなにか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa November 30, 2014
9 "How Can I Get Used to the Cool Body?"
"Dō Sureba Kūru Bodi ni Nareru no ka" (どうすればクールボディになれるのか) 
Riku Sanjo December 7, 2014
10 "What Is in the Belt's Past?"
"Beruto no Kako ni Nani ga Atta no ka" (ベルトの過去になにがあったのか) 
Riku Sanjo December 14, 2014
11 "Who Can Prevent the Dark Eve?"
"Ankoku no Ibu o Fusegu no wa Dare ka" (暗黒の聖夜を防ぐのはだれか) 
Riku Sanjo December 21, 2014
12 "Where Did the White Kamen Rider Come From?"
"Shiroi Kamen Raidā wa Doko kara Kita no ka" (白い仮面ライダーはどこから来たのか) 
Riku Sanjo December 28, 2014
13 "Why Won't My Little Brother Put On the Brakes?"
"Watashi no Otōto ni wa Naze Burēki ga Nai no ka" (私の弟にはなぜブレーキがないのか) 
Riku Sanjo January 11, 2015
14 "Who Is the Black Shadow Chasing Her?"
"Kanojo o Nerau Kuroi Kage wa Dare ka" (彼女を狙う黒い影はだれか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa January 18, 2015
15 "When Will These Feelings Reach You?"
"Sono Omoi ga Todoku no wa Itsu ka" (その想いが届くのはいつか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa January 25, 2015
16 "Why Is Rinna Sawagami Fidgeting?"
"Sawagami Rinna wa Naze Sowasowa-shiteita no ka" (沢神りんなはなぜソワソワしていたのか) 
Riku Sanjo February 1, 2015
17 "Who Will Control the Dead Heat?"
"Deddo Hīto o Seisuru no wa Dare ka" (デッドヒートを制するのはだれか) 
Riku Sanjo February 8, 2015
18 "Why Is Lieutenant Otta Following That Guy?"
"Naze Otta Keibuho wa Soitsu o Otta no ka" (なぜ追田警部補はそいつを追ったのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa February 15, 2015
19 "What Can Judge a Detective?"
"Nani ga Keiji o Sabaku no ka" (なにが刑事を裁くのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa February 22, 2015
20 "When Did Kyu Saijo Become a Roidmude?"
"Saijō Kyū wa Itsu kara Roimyūdo Datta no ka" (西城究はいつからロイミュードだったのか) 
Riku Sanjo March 1, 2015
21 "What Do the Unusual Dead Speak About?"
"Fuzoroi no Shisha-tachi wa Nani o Kataru no ka" (不揃いの死者たちはなにを語るのか) 
Riku Sanjo March 8, 2015
22 "How Do I Fight With the F1 Body?"
"Efu Wan Bodi de Dō Yatte Tatakaeba Ii no ka" (F1ボディでどうやって戦えばいいのか) 
Riku Sanjo March 15, 2015
23 "Who Can Stop the Mischievous Smile?"
"Itazura na Emi o Tomeru no wa Dare ka" (悪戯な笑みを止めるのはだれか) 
Junko Komura March 22, 2015
SP "Shuriken Sentai Ninninger vs. Kamen Rider Drive: Spring Break Combined 1 Hour Special"
"Shuriken Sentai Ninninjā Tai Kamen Raidā Doraibu Haruyasumi Gattai Ichijikan Supesharu" (手裏剣戦隊ニンニンジャーvs仮面ライダードライブ 春休み合体1時間スペシャル) 
Riku Sanjo March 29, 2015
24 "What Is Making Mach Run?"
"Nani ga Mahha o Hashiraseru no ka" (なにがマッハを走らせるのか) 
Junko Kōmura April 5, 2015
25 "Why Has a New Battle Begun?"
"Aratanaru Tatakai wa Naze Hajimatta no ka" (新たなる闘いはなぜ始まったのか) 
Riku Sanjo April 12, 2015
26 "Where Will Chaser Proceed?"
"Cheisā wa Doko e Mukau no ka" (チェイサーはどこへ向かうのか) 
Riku Sanjo April 19, 2015
27 "What Is Go Shijima's Reason to Fight?"
"Shijima Gō ga Tatakau Riyū wa Nani ka" (詩島剛が戦う理由はなにか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa April 26, 2015
28 "Why Were the Families Targeted?"
"Naze Kazoku wa Nerawareta no ka" (なぜ家族は狙われたのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa May 3, 2015
29 "What Really Happened During the Robbery?"
"Gōtō Jiken de Hontō wa Nani ga Atta no ka" (強盜事件で本当はなにがあったのか) 
Junko Kōmura May 10, 2015
30 "Who will Reveal the True Culprit?"
"Shin Hannin o Kataru no wa Dare ka" (真犯人を語るのは誰か) 
Junko Kōmura May 17, 2015
31 "Why Did the Important Memories Disappear?"
"Taisetsu na Kioku wa Dōshite Kesareta no ka" (大切な記憶はどうして消されたのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa May 24, 2015
32 "What Is Waiting at the End of Evolution?"
"Shinka no Hate ni Matsumono wa Nani ka" (進化の果てに待つものはなにか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa May 31, 2015
33 "Who Claimed the Life of Shinnosuke Tomari?"
"Dare ga Tomari Shinnosuke no Inochi o Ubatta no ka" (だれが泊進ノ介の命を奪ったのか) 
Riku Sanjo June 7, 2015
34 "Who Claimed the Life of Eisuke Tomari?"
"Dare ga Tomari Eisuke no Inochi o Ubatta no ka" (だれが泊英介の命を奪ったのか) 
Riku Sanjo June 14, 2015
35 "Why Did the Besiege Incident Happen?"
"Rōjō Jiken wa Naze Okita no ka" (ろう城事件はなぜ起きたのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa June 28, 2015
36 "Where Will the Bullet Guide Justice?"
"Jūdan wa doko ni Seigi o Michibiku no ka" (銃弾はどこに正義を導くのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa July 5, 2015
37 "Who Is Searching for the Ultimate Flavor?"
"Kyūkyoku no Mikaku o Nerau no wa Dare ka" (究極の味覚を狙うのはだれか) 
Riku Sanjo July 12, 2015
38 "Why Does the Devil Still Want to Evolve?"
"Akuma wa Naze Shinka o Motometsuzukeru no ka" (悪魔はなぜ進化を求め続けるのか) 
Riku Sanjo July 19, 2015
39 "Where Will the Whirlwind Kidnappers Strike Next?"
"Senpū no Yūkaihan wa Itsu Osottekuru no ka" (旋風の誘拐犯はいつ襲って来るのか) 
Riku Sanjo July 26, 2015
40 "Why Did the Two Genius Researchers Clash?"
"Futari no Tensai Kagakusha wa Naze Shōtotsu-shita no ka" (2人の天才科学者はなぜ衝突したのか) 
Riku Sanjo August 2, 2015
41 "How Was the Golden Drive Born?"
"Ōgon no Doraibu wa Dōyatte Umareta no ka" (黄金のドライブはどうやって生まれたのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa August 9, 2015
42 "Where is the Goddess' Truth?"
"Megami no Shinjitsu wa Doko ni Aru no ka" (女神の真実はどこにあるのか) 
Keiichi Hasegawa August 16, 2015
43 "When Will the Second Global Freeze Start?"
"Dai-Ni no Gurōbaru Furīzu wa Itsu Okiru no ka" (第二のグローバルフリーズはいつ起きるのか) 
Riku Sanjo August 23, 2015
44 "Who Had Loved Heart the Most?"
"Dare ga Hāto o Ichiban Aishiteita ka" (だれがハートを一番愛していたか) 
Riku Sanjo August 30, 2015
45 "What Is the Roidmudes' Final Dream?"
"Roimyūdo no Saigo no Yume to wa Nani ka" (ロイミュードの最後の夢とはなにか) 
Riku Sanjo September 6, 2015
46 "Why Did They Have to Fight?"
"Karera wa Naze Tatakawanakereba Naranakatta no ka" (彼らはなぜ戦わなければならなかったのか) 
Riku Sanjo September 13, 2015
47 "Who Will You Entrust the Future to, My Friend?"
"Tomo yo, Kimi wa Dare ni Mirai o Takusu no ka" (友よ、君はだれに未来を託すのか) 
Riku Sanjo September 20, 2015
48 "The Case of Ghost"
"Gōsuto no Jiken" (ゴーストの事件) 
Nobuhiro Mouri September 27, 2015

Movie War Full Throttle[]

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The Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Drive & Gaim: Movie War Full Throttle (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダードライブ&鎧武 MOVIE大戦フルスロットル, Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Doraibu Ando Gaimu Mūbī Taisen Furu Surottoru) was released in Japanese theaters on December 13, 2014. It features a crossover with the previously aired Kamen Rider series . The Kamen Rider Drive portion of the film guest stars of the duo as the antagonist Kamen Rider Lupin (仮面ライダールパン, Kamen Raidā Rupan). The events of the movie take place between episodes 9 and 10.

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Super Hero Taisen GP[]

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Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3 (スーパーヒーロー大戦GP 仮面ライダー3号, Supā Hīrō Taisen Guranpuri Kamen Raidā Sangō) is the 2015 entry of the "Super Hero Taisen" film series, featuring the cast of Kamen Rider Drive and the appearance of Kamen Rider 3, which was originally created by Shotaro Ishinomori for the one-shot 1972 manga Rider #3 VS. General Black (3ごうライダーたい ブラックしょうぐんのまき, Sangō Raidā Tai Burakku Shōgun no Maki)., (, ), (),,, and (), and () reprise their roles in the film, which is scheduled to open in theaters on March 21, 2015. A new actor, confirmed to perform his role as Kamen Rider 3, as well as cast will also appear. The events of the movie take place between Episode 22 and 23.

Surprise Future[]

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Kamen Rider Drive the Movie: Surprise Future (劇場版 仮面ライダードライブ サプライズ・フューチャー, Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Doraibu Sapuraizu Fyūchā)) is the upcoming Summer Movie for Kamen Rider Drive. It was released in Japanese theaters on August 8, 2015, double-billed with the film for and featuring a new enemy Rider known as Kamen Rider Dark Drive, driving a Rider Machine labeled the "NEXTridoron", based on a real life car. It will also feature the first on-screen appearance of the 17th Heisei Kamen Rider:, whom later reappeared in two last episodes of this TV series, followed by the appearance of some Ganma Foot Soldier and Yurusen in final/special episode. The events of the movie take place between episodes 40 and 41, with the flashback scene on final/special episode was after this movie event is over and before episode 41 starts.

Super Movie War Genesis[]

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Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Ghost & Drive: Super Movie War Genesis (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー ゴースト&ドライブ 超MOVIE大戦ジェネシス, Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Gōsuto Ando Doraibu Chō Mūbī Taisen Jeneshisu) was released in Japanese theaters on December 12, 2015. It will feature a crossover between Kamen Rider Drive and .

Heisei Generations[]

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A Movie War film, titled Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider (仮面ライダー平成ジェネレーションズ Dr.パックマン対エグゼイド&ゴーストwithレジェンドライダー, Kamen Raidā Heisei Jenerēshonzu Dokutā Pakkuman Tai Eguzeido Ando Gōsuto Wizu Rejendo Raidā), was released in Japan on December 10, 2016. The film features Kamen Rider Drive teaming up with,,, and as they battle against a virus based on 's video game character,. The professional wrestler was announced to be one of the main antagonists of the movie.

Secret Missions[]

The Secret Missions (シークレット・ミッション, Shīkuretto Misshon) are a series of special episodes.

  • Type TV-Kun Hunter & Monster! Chase the Mystery of the Super Thief! (type TV-KUN ハンター&モンスター! 超怪盗の謎を追え!, Taipu Terebi-kun Hantā Ando Monsutā! Chō Kaitō no Nazo o Oe!) is a special DVD packaged with the January 2015 issue of the magazine. It is connected to the Kamen Rider Drive portion of Movie War Full Throttle and Type Zero and features Roidmude 005. The events of the episode take place between episodes 4 and 5.
  • Type Zero Episode 0: Countdown to Global Freeze (type ZERO 第0話 カウントダウン to グローバルフリーズ, Taipu Zero Dai-zero-wa Kauntodaun to Gurōbaru Furīzu) is a special DVD given to the first million ticket buyers for Movie War Full Throttle. It serves as a prequel episode to the Kamen Rider Drive series and features Kamen Rider Proto Drive.
  • Type Tokujo (type TOKUJO) is included as part of the Blu-ray releases. It comprises four episodes and features the origin of the Special Investigations Division. The events of the episode take place between episodes 22 and 23.
  1. How Were the Members of the Special Investigations Division Selected? (特状課はどうやって集められたのか, Toku-jō-ka wa Dō Yatte Atsumerareta no ka)
  2. Just What Is the Anima System? (アニマシステムとは一体なにか, Anima Shisutemu to wa Ittai Nani ka)
  3. Who Killed Professor Odagiri? (だれが小田桐教授を殺したのか, Dare ga Odagari-kyōju o Koroshita no ka)
  4. Why Did Professor Banno Aim for Global Freeze? (なぜ蛮野博士はグローバルフリーズを狙ったのか, Naze Banno-hakase wa Gurōbaru Furīzu o Neratta no ka)
  • Type High Speed! The True Power! Type High Speed Is Born! (type HIGH SPEED! ホンモノの力! タイプハイスピード誕生!, Taipu Hai Supīdo! Honmono no Chikara! Taipu Hai Supīdo Tanjō!) is a "Hyper Battle DVD" ((ハイパー)バトルDVD, Haipā Batoru Dī Bui Dī) special. While investigating reports of counterfeit Televi-Kun magazines, Shinnosukes finds himself outmatched by a Roidmude that replicates his Kamen Rider Drive Type Speed form and overpowers him. To counter the fraud Kamen Rider, Shinnosuke has the Speed Shift Car remodeled to fight back as Kamen Rider Drive Type High Speed.
  • Type Lupin! ~Lupin, the Last Challenge~ (type LUPIN! ~ルパン、最後の挑戦状~, Taipu Rupan! Rupan, Saigo no Chōsenjō) is a "Hyper Battle DVD" special. It features the return of Kamen Rider Lupin, since his last appearance in Movie War Full Throttle.

Drive Saga[]

Drive Saga (ドライブサーガ, Doraibu Sāga) is a set of releases and a CD audio drama release that serve as spin-offs of characters from the Kamen Rider Drive series.

  • Kamen Rider Chaser (仮面ライダーチェイサー, Kamen Raidā Cheisā) focuses on a side story of Chase as Kamen Rider Chaser. The V-Cinema was released on April 20, 2016. The events of the episode take place between Kamen Rider Drive: Surprise Future and episode 41. In addition, reprised his role as from in a crossover with Drive. The theme song is "good bye little moon" performed by Mitsuru Matsuoka EARNEST DRIVE. It is written by Riku Sanjo, with Hidenori Ishida directed the film.
  • Kamen Rider Mach/Kamen Rider Heart (仮面ライダーマッハ/仮面ライダーハート, Kamen Raidā Cheisā/Kamen Raidā Hāto) focus on side stories of Go Shijima as Kamen Rider Mach and the Heart Roidmude, fighting as Kamen Rider Heart against a new enemy that is threatening individuals who served as models for the other Roidmudes. The V-Cinemas were released on November 16, 2016. The events of the episodes take place after the events of Kamen Rider Drive: Mach Saga. The theme song is "eternity (~from SURPRISE-DRIVE)" performed by Mitsuru Matsuoka EARNEST DRIVE. It is written by Sanjo (Heart) and Keiichi Hasegawa (Mach), while Ishida directed both films.
  • The Story of Kamen Rider Mach's Dream (仮面ライダーマッハ夢想伝, Kamen Raidā Mahha Musōden) focuses on a side story of Go Shijima as Kamen Rider Mach. The CD audio drama was released on November 25, 2016. The events of the episode take place between Mach Saga and Kamen Rider Heart.

Kamen Rider Drive: Mach Saga (仮面ライダードライブ マッハサーガ, Kamen Raidā Doraibu Mahha Sāga), written by Takahito Ōmori and Keiichi Hasegawa, is part of a series of spin-off novel adaptions of the Heisei Era Kamen Riders. The events of the episode take place two years after the final episode, Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Ghost & Drive: Super Movie War Genesis, along with the final episode of in 2018. The novel was released on April 20, 2016.

Video game[]

Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis (仮面ライダー バトライド・ウォー 創生, Kamen Raidā Batoraido Wō Sōsei), a third installment of the series, will be released in 2016 for the consoles (,, and ). It will feature characters from Kamen Rider Drive, , characters in previous versions of the game that were included as NPCs or assistants, as well as the Shōwa era Kamen Riders.

  • Shinnosuke Tomari (泊 進ノ介, Tomari Shinnosuke): (竹内 涼真, Takeuchi Ryōma)
  • Kiriko Shijima (詩島 霧子, Shijima Kiriko): (内田 理央, Uchida Rio)
  • Chase (チェイス, Cheisu), Koichi Kano (狩野 洸一, Kano Kōichi, 47): (上遠野 太洸, Katōno Taikō)
  • Go Shijima (詩島 剛, Shijima Gō): (稲葉 友, Inaba Yū)
  • Rinna Sawagami (沢神 りんな, Sawagami Rinna): (吉井 怜, Yoshii Rei)
  • Kyu Saijo (西城 究, Saijō Kyū), Roidmude 072 (ロイミュード072, Roimyūdo Zero Nana Ni, 20): (浜野 謙太, Hamano Kenta)
  • Genpachiro Otta (追田 現八郎, Otta Genpachirō): (井俣 太良, Imata Taira)
  • Krim Steinbelt (クリム・スタインベルト, Kurimu Sutainberuto), Mr. Belt (ベルトさん, Beruto-san, Voice), Roidmude 004 (ロイミュード004, Roimyūdo Zero Zero Yon), Drive Driver Equipment Voice, Narration: (クリス・ペプラー, Kurisu Pepurā)
  • Heart (ハート, Hāto), Businessman (40): (蕨野 友也, Warabino Tomoya)
  • Brain (ブレン, Buren), Mitsuharu Kineta (杵田 光晴, Kineta Mitsuharu, 43): (松島 庄汰, Matsushima Shōta)
  • Medic (メディック, Medikku), Misuzu Hatori (羽鳥 美鈴, Hatori Misuzu, 41, 42): (馬場 ふみか, Baba Fumika)
  • Akira Hayase (早瀬 明, Hayase Akira): (滝口 幸広, Takiguchi Yukihiro)
  • Harley Hendrickson (ハーレー・ヘンドリクソン, Hārē Hendorikuson): (大月 ウルフ, Ōtsuki Urufu)
  • Eisuke Tomari (泊 英介, Tomari Eisuke): (たれやなぎ)
  • Mitsuhide Nira (仁良 光秀, Nira Mitsuhide): (飯田 基祐, Iida Kisuke)
  • Soichi Makage (真影 壮一, Makage Sōichi): (堀内 正美, Horiuchi Masami)
  • Tenjuro Banno (蛮野 天十郎, Banno Tenjūrō), Sigma Circular (シグマサーキュラー, Shiguma Sākyurā, Voice; 46, 47): (森田 成一, Morita Masakazu)
  • Jun Honganji (本願寺 純, Honganji Jun): (片岡 鶴太郎, Kataoka Tsurutarō)

Guest cast[]

  • Niina Kisaragi (如月 仁奈, Kisaragi Niina, 2, 13, 14): Hitomi Isaka (井坂 仁美, Isaka Hitomi, of )
  • Satsuki Yamabuki (山吹 沙月, Yamabuki Satsuki, 2, 13, 14): Mitsuki Endo (遠藤 三貴, Endō Mitsuki, of Kamen Rider Girls)
  • Kazuhiro Asaya (浅矢 一広, Asaya Kazuhiro, 3, 4): (ルー大柴, Rū Ōshiba)
  • Crush (クラッシュ, Kurasshu, 4-6): HIRO (of )
  • Roidmude 060 (ロイミュード060, Roimyūdo Zero Roku Zero, 5): Danchō Yasuda (団長安田, of Yasuda Dai Circus)
  • Roidmude 074 (ロイミュード074, Roimyūdo Zero Nana Yon, 5, 6): Kuro-chan (クロちゃん, of Yasuda Dai Circus)
  • Mitsuru Kuramochi (倉持 満, Kuramochi Mitsuru, 5, 6): (水野 智則, Mizuno Tomonori)
  • Yuzo Ichikawa (市川 勇蔵, Ichikawa Yūzō, 5, 6): (山本 康平, Yamamoto Kōhei)
  • Kenta Takasugi (高杉 憲太, Takasugi Kenta, 6-8): (内野 謙太, Uchino Kenta)
  • Shunsuke Kusaka (久坂 俊介, Kusaka Shunsuke, 6-8): (永岡 卓也, Nagaoka Takuya)
  • Koya Nishihori (西堀 光也, Nishihori Kōya, 11): (野間口 徹, Nomaguchi Tōru)
  • Gunman (ガンマン, Ganman, 12, 13): (ベルナール・アッカ, Berunāru Akka)
  • Rira Nanao (七尾 リラ, Nanao Rira, 14, 15): (末永 遥, Suenaga Haruka)
  • Hiroki Nikaido (二階堂 弘樹, Nikaidō Hiroki, 15): (三上 真史, Mikami Masashi)
  • Shu Amagi (甘城 秀, Amagi Shū, 16): (松永 博史, Matsunaga Hiroshi)
  • Takuro Mogi (茂木 拓郎, Mogi Takurō, 23, 24): (武子 直輝, Takeshi Naoki)
  • Kamen Rider Ghost (仮面ライダーゴースト, Kamen Raidā Gōsuto, Voice; 47, 48): (西銘 駿, Nishime Shun)
  • Yurusen (ユルセン, Voice; 48): (悠木 碧, Yūki Aoi)
  • Keisuke Okamura (岡村 敬助, Okamura Keisuke, 48): (高野 八誠, Takano Hassei)

Theme songs[]

Opening theme
  • SURPRISE-DRIVE
    's vocalist Mitsuru Matsuoka performs the series' theme song "SURPRISE-DRIVE" under the name "Mitsuru Matsuoka EARNEST DRIVE". This is his third song performed for the, following his song "W" for the theme song of the film and performing vocals in SOPHIA on "cod-E ~E no Angō~" for . The other members of the Mitsuru Matsuoka EARNEST DRIVE band are everset's guitarist tatsuo, session bassist IKUO, and drummer Jun-ji (IKUO and Jun-ji are also members of BULL ZEICHEN 88).
Ending themes
  • "Full throttle"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: tatsuo (of everset)
    • Artist: S.S.P.D. ~Steel Sound Police Dept~
    • Episodes: 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 24, 46
    "Full throttle" is the theme for Kamen Rider Mach.
  • "Don't lose your mind"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: tatsuo (of everset)
    • Artist: S.S.P.D. ~Steel Sound Police Dept~
    • Episodes: 15, 16, 18, 30
    "Don't lose your mind" is the theme for Kamen Rider Drive Type Speed.
  • "UNLIMITED DRIVE"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: DJ Hurrykenn
    • Arrangement: Ryo (of )
    • Artist:
    • Episodes: 33, 34
    "UNLIMITED DRIVE" is the theme for Kamen Rider Drive Type Tridoron.
  • "Spinning Wheel"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement:
    • Artist: Shinnosuke Tomari, Go Shijima, & Chase (Ryoma Takeuchi, Yu Inaba, & Taiko Katono)
    • Episodes: 36, 38, 40, 45

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