the Dreadnok Tri-Cycle
Custom built choppers, each Dreadnok Tri-Cycle is manufactured from scratch by hand, using various motorcycle and pilfered Cobra parts. Unusually long trikes, the better to allow its rear occupant to operate a specially mounted turret, Dreadnok Tri-Cycles function as follows:
Blazing Rifle : this shock-dampened, 106mm recoilless weapon is mounted on an omnidirectional turret behind the Tri-Cycle's driver. It inflicts one's Agility +6 damage when used to fire a short burst, or their Agility +7 in damage when fired continuously.
Layered-Composite Shell (s): featuring rugged construction despite its ramshackle appearance, the Tri-Cycle has an effective m.s. of 12. It is particularly durable, being heavily armored, having self-sealing tires, and a poly-sac fuel cell.
Passengers: strictly speaking, the Dreadnoks' Tri-Cycle has room for a crew of two: the driver and the gunner. However, Dreadnoks aren't so easily defeated by technical specs, and as such, up to two at a time have taken to clinging to the rear of the bike for a free ride.
Propulsion (a): thanks to its liquid-cooled, 16-valve DOHC engine, the Dreadnoks' Tri-Cycle can move when it needs to - or simply because. Its speed can max out at intensity 5, moving somewhere between 120 and 150 miles per hour.
Puncture Proof Tires (s): both its Super Slick rear tires and its V-Rated, 48-Series front wheel are puncture-resistant and self-sealing. This allows them to withstand up to twelve points damage before they are ultimately disabled, 16 where piercing damage is concerned.
WAAMs (i): mounted over each of the Tri-Cycle's rear tires, its Wide Area Anti-Armor, Laser-Guided Missiles give the Dreadnoks operating this vehicle more punch than they're typically accustomed to. They inflict intensity 10 damage, raised by +1 if both hit something at once.
About fifteen years after their initial creation, the Dreadnoks slightly modified their Tri-Cycle design. Though changed from black, dark blue, and red in hue to black, cyan, and neon purple, and featuring adjusted the WAAM mounting points, the new Tri-Cycles function the same.
Cobra directories featuring a version of the Dreadnok Tri-Cycle: