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I'm having trouble finding any limitations on bikes going up elevations, such as 6" or even 12". As far as I can see there are no more limitations than the normal movement ones (except for dangerous terrain tests).
Is this just a case of GW rules defying common sense as they often do? Or is there some errata? This has been the subject of many jokes at our table as we find it odd that a biker either drives up a wall or uses one hand to climb and the other to carry his bike.
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Bikes have the same movement restictions as infantry (i.e. can't move through impassible terrain) and only roll a dangerous terrain test when going through difficult terrain. There is nothing in the BBB that says that bikes can climb walls. Infantry can climb walls, but only when there is a ladder or stairs. A flat wall without a ladder or steps is impassible terrain.
I must say use common sense. If your opponent gives you a hard time about it then just agree before hand which terrain features can be traversed by bikes. But I don't think there is a ruling about it in the big book of miss interpretations...