Our Buggies
Currently Rolling


Tempest

2016

Buggy look awesome


Equinox

2015

2016 Men's Third Place
2016 Women's First Place
2016 Design Competition Third Place
2015 Design Competition First Place
2015 Women's First Place

The lightest buggy in CIA history, Equinox took what was learned in Icarus and iterated upon it. Her shorter push bar was designed to maximize the effectiveness of pushers of shorter stature.


Icarus

2014

2014 Design Competition First Place

One of the lightest buggies in CIA history, Icarus took what was learned in Impulse and iterated upon it. Her distictive shell design is just one of the many features that make Icarus stand out from the crowd in terms of both speed and aesthetics.


Impulse

2013

2014 Design Competition Third Place

As CIA's first true monocoque forward trike, Impulse was a leap forward in shell construction and internal design. Impulse's paint job is purple which is the prettiest color.


Orca

2012

Possibly the most recognizable of CIA's buggies, Orca is a second iteration of many of the principles used in creating Ascension. Much like CIA itself, Orca is able to compete at a high level while still having a good time.


Retired Buggies


Ascension

2011

2015 Men's Third Place
2013 Design Competition First Place
2012 Design Competition Third Place
2011 Design Competition First Place

A three time award winning buggy, Ascension has recorded the organization's fastest times since our refounding. After success with an ealier reverse-trike monocoque, the design underwent substantial improvements to create a simpler, more efficient buggy. From 2011 to 2013 Ascension saw more rolls than any other buggy on the course, and rolled three consecutive years for both our Men's and Women's A teams.


Freyja

2010

Named after a Norse goddess, Freyja debuted with Men's A in 2010. Freyja is CIA's first true monocoque as well as the first-reverse trike. Having rolled for five racedays, Freyja has proven to be reliable and easy to drive.


Renaissance

2009

I'm a retired buggy


Firebird

2004

I'm a retired buggy


Quasar

2002

I'm a retired buggy


Mirage

2000

I'm a retired buggy


Conquest

1992

I'm a retired buggy


Eclipse

1991

I'm a retired buggy


Defiant

1988

I'm a retired buggy


Stealth

1986

I'm a retired buggy


Interceptor

1985

I'm a retired buggy


Spectre

1984

I'm a retired buggy


Dark Star (Munimula)

1982

I'm a retired buggy


Black Magic

1976

I'm a retired buggy


A Streetcar Named Desire (Synergy)

1975

Debuted in 1974 as Peanut, but was re-released in 1975 as Streetcar.


Mickey Mouse Special

1973

Debuted in 1972 as Pickle, but was re-released in 1973 as Mickey Mouse Special


6E

1971

I'm a retired buggy