Road Trip: The Arcade Edition (known in Japan as Choro-Q! and in Europe as Gadget Racers) is a racing game developed by Takara and published for the GameCube in Japan (by Takara on December 19, 2002), in Europe (by ZOO on December 5, 2003), and in North America (by Conspiracy Entertainment on May 15, 2004).
It is the only GC entry in the Choro-Q series of racing games (based on the miniature toy car line of the same name) and the titular sequel to the 2002 game Road Trip.
The European version was released in-tandem with the PS2 game of the same name, despite being different games. All versions were released close to the release of the GBA game Road Trip: Shifting Gears (which features Game Boy Advance connectivity with the game, unlocking special circuits and car parts with both games).