The TRX-9 TriQuad Patrol Bike is used by officers on the look out for criminals in the dark city streets. Its small size allows for a wide range of mobility, which can come in handy when maneuvering cluttered alleyways. The bikes are armed with a minigun, for when the going gets tough. The gun can be removed, if necessary, or it can be modulated with another weapon. Its chassis is unique in that it has four individual wheels, but the front two often act as one, dubbing the patrol bike its name, the "TriQuad." When the bike turns, one of the two front wheels will adjust itself so that there is an even plane between the two wheels.
The RX-9 in its entirety.
Left side of the RX-9. The right side is identical, save for the minigun.
RX-9's have a very complex suspension system in their trunk.
Though the engineers all believed the minigun to be a bit large for the bike, most of the officers agree that the gun suits them quite well; it settles any disputes rather quickly (and effectively).
As previously mentioned, the two front wheels have a unique interdependence on each other.
The right turn illustrates the previously mentioned statement more effectively than the left turn.
The officer, with standard issue uniform.
Looks like he'll have his hands full for today.
"Now, where do I put him? There's only room for one..."
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Sorry about all the blurry pictures, not really sure what all that was about. *derp*
I was largely inspired by ironsniper's work over on Flickr. I thought it'd be kinda neat to try out a new subgenre of science fiction, and here we are. I'm probably going to do a lot of work in the Cyberpunk theme; it looks really cool and I'm very excited to explore the realm a little more.