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Trikke 8

by Randy Policar

Jamie on the Trikke

I use the Trikke 8 at work. Getting around the warehouse has never been so much fun. If I had to describe what it is like to ride the Trikke, I would say that it’s like roller blading, skiing, and riding a bike all at the same time. Everyone at the shop has had a turn or two with the Trikke around the warehouse. Above is a picture of Jamie on the Trikke 8 with some of the warehousemen.

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6 Responses to “Trikke 8”

  1. RL Policar says:

    I’m surprised you guys are allowed to do that at work…but that’s pretty cool!

  2. jamie says:

    This trikke is awsome, I am always stealing it out of Randy’s office for a quick ride, it is really addicting.

  3. Eri says:

    You have to ride it to really understand how much fun it is. I steal it from Randy from time to time. I bet its just a matter of time before riders start doing tricks with it.

  4. Jeff says:

    Actually people do already do tricks on the smaller versions like the T7. The trikke is an AWSOME machine. Just wait till you get to try the T12 Roadster!!

  5. I have rode my T12 so much that now I need an overhaul! It is VERY addicting! I earned mney for both of them with a shopping club that I belong to and wanted to treat myself! Now, I use them like the family vehicle!

  6. Every time I ride the Trikke, people would always ask what it was and if was battery operated. I get both kids and adults asking if they could try it. I’ve gotten a lot better but still need to work on going up hills.

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