• Cyrax

    • Weight: 100kg
    • Height: 100cm
    • Length: 135cm
    • Width: 75cm
    • Speed: 12.5mph
    • Year built: 2002
    • Status: Retired
    • Weight class: Heavyweight
    • Location: North Pickenham, Lincoln, England

    Steel & Polycarbonate, pyramid-shaped so that crushers should slide off.
    4 x Motors each running on 800 watts, powering its four-wheel drive.
    Front flipper and rear pick-axe.
    Dual weaponry
    Hard to self-right
    Team Cyrax
    Paul Wilcox and Ryan Pettefer
    Cyrax was built in Lincolnshire by Paul Wilcox and Ryan Pettefer in 2002, it first competed in Robot Wars Series 6 where it got to round 2 of its heat losing to defending champion Razer. Cyrax was also one of the first robots to compete at Roaming Robots when their hexagonal arena debuted in 2002 at the Newark Kit Car festival. Team Cyrax is designed as a pyramid which makes it an awkward shape for most vertical crusher to get a hold of and the flipper and axe at the front and rear means it can attack in any direction. Team Cyrax also competed in Robot Wars series 3 in 1999 with Wild Willy which lost the first round of its heat.
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    Team Pushover: Build Log

    Hey Lucy! No, being honest, I walked away, so I’m happy at that. Bike was written off, and I was supposed to get my new one on Tuesday just gone, but

    Retroman Yesterday, 01:04 Go to last post

    Team Pushover: Build Log

    Hey Paul!

    Ouch, hope your accident didn't result in anything too severe?

    Updates look good, getting something to work reliably

    Ocracoke Yesterday, 00:45 Go to last post

    Team Pushover: Build Log

    Hi everybody, long time no see! What a few months, new workshop , busy at work, new kitchen, motorbike accident, and now a pandemic. Wow.

    Retroman Yesterday, 00:42 Go to last post

    Team Bitza - Hippobotamus

    Hello all, I could use some help with the design of this robot.

    I was just about to cut the side panels and thought that the beater may

    Dan-27 26th March 2020, 21:36 Go to last post

    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

    Hi Colin. The exhaust silencer sounds like a great idea When we were kids we used to put 'Cherry Bombs' on our Mini's, a robot themed one of those

    Diddlydodger 26th March 2020, 11:03 Go to last post

    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

    Hi Sam, we sat down and brainstormed last night, Andy has given me some good ideas and he listened to some of mine too. We have done a couple of sketches

    Diddlydodger 26th March 2020, 10:54 Go to last post
    team death

    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

    I also like this idea and as I said to Andrew during his Bread dead toaster build-More like this please!

    I found myself eyeing up a exhaust

    team death 25th March 2020, 17:26 Go to last post

    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

    Sounds great! Is going to be very distinctive to look at but you've also got a nice big box shape to fit everything in. Look forward to seeing it take

    McMullet 25th March 2020, 08:31 Go to last post