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Twin Roader

From Mega Man Wiki
Enemy Info
MM6 - Twin Roader Art.png
Artwork from Mega Man 6.
General information
Name(s):Twin Roader
Appearances:Mega Man 6
Game Info
Other Info
Variations:Mono Roader, Cannon Roader, Turbo Roader, Sepa Roader, Rush Roader, Crash Roader
Similar Enemies:Camon, Kerberos

Twin Roader[1] is an enemy appearing in Mega Man 6. It is a robot based on the Mono Roader, a round robot with a single wheel, but drags a second segment and wheel behind it.

In the Games

Mega Man 6

in-game sprite.

In Mega Man 6, the enemy is encountered in the Mechanical Tower (Wind Man), Restricted Area (Tomahawk Man) and Capital of Science (Knight Man) stages, appearing sporadically and never alongside other enemies, with the latter two of these stages only containing a single one. It continually speeds forward and turns around when it touches a wall. Similarly to Mono Roader and Camon from the previous games (and, to a lesser degree, Peterchy from Mega Man 3), it is typically placed at the top of stairs, making it difficult to jump over before it rams Mega Man. Likewise, its 3 hit points coupled with a relatively fast movement speed make it hard to destroy in time.

The Twin Roader comes in three different colours, the colour depending on the stage it is found in (Mechanical Tower: Blue, Restricted Area: Green, Capital of Science: Yellow), though all of these behave identically.

Other Appearances

In the Robot Museum stage of Mega Man 7, Twin Roaders appear as wall reliefs, though only the front segment is shown, losing the "twin" aspect of the design. This makes it possible that the relief is intended to show the similar-looking Camon enemy, though details such as the ridge on the enemy's head are identical with those in the Twin Roader's Mega Man 6 production art.

Official Data

Twin Roader appears under "Mega Man 6" in the Database in Mega Man Legacy Collection.

MM6 - Twin Roader Art.png Twin Roader
A mecha modified from the original Mono Roader. It's quick, and it will try to slam into you, so attack it with a charge shot.
HP 03 AT 03 MMLC - Icon Weakness.png MMLC - Icon Plant Barrier.png

Related Enemies

Beginning with Mega Man 4, many kinds of Roaders and similar one-wheeled robots have appeared in the Classic era, which variations also being found in some later eras. Typically, these enemies share the ability to move along the ground at comparatively high speeds.

X era

Zero era


  1. Mega Man: Official Complete Works art book, 2009.