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Trikke Tech T12 Roadster Carving Scooter

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  • 12" wheels separate the T12 from the rest of the pack
  • Great for distance riding, downhill carving and harder driving
  • The larger wheel base allows you to maintain speed with fewer turns
  • The larger wheel base allows you to maintain speed with fewer turns. 
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The Trikke 12 Roadster with its customized, high-pressure pneumatic tires and disc brakes pushes the edge of the carving envelope. Carve deeper and ride harder with confidence and control, and tackle hills like a giant slalom skier tackles the mountain. Perfect for athletes wanting to combine a fast and exhilarating ride with excellent cross-training for endurance, balance, agility and strength. Because of its larger wheels and longer frame, you'll find that it takes less turns to keep your speed & essential for anyone interested in long distance carving.

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  • Shipping Weight: 45 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006ZAXTWA
  • Item model number: T12R
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,610 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Brock on March 11, 2015
Color Name: Blue
Trikking is by far the most fun form of aerobic exercise I have discovered. The movement is smooth and gentle, even though it takes some solid pushing to get up hills. It is downright whimsical. Trikking makes me smile and usually makes others smile too, unless they're trying to pass you on a narrow bike path.

Warning: I've tried to convert many people to become trikkers. Most remain unconverted. It takes some persistence to get good enough to even go up slight inclines. Many people give up too soon. This is probably not a great impulse purchase. Be sure that you're excited enough to practice for the weeks or months to get good at it. I kept learning better techniques even in my second year of trikking. And when I rode different models in following years, I learned even more. If you've got a friend with one, try theirs, and get some instruction from them. You might even consider finding a local dealer who can let you try different models, and help you with adjustments and maintenance.

Also, the energy input to forward momentum conversion is fairly indirect, you can't just stand up on the pedals and power forward like you can on a bike. This means you put in twice the effort to go only 2/3 the speed as a bike. But as another reviewer mentioned, since that effort is spread so evenly across different muscle groups in your body, you don't get sore muscles (or a sore butt from a bike seat).

The T12 is solid, high off the ground, and has disc brakes that are almost dangerously effective. It's easy to lurch forward into the handlebars if you brake too hard. Also Important: The handlebars want to pivot 180 degrees from their normal position. It's supposed to be this way.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery L. Barbour on June 29, 2014
Color Name: Blue
I bought a T 12 several years ago. I too had a little learning curve riding it at first. That took one week. Others get the hang of it quicker than I did. You have to rock the handlebars back and forth and TRUST the lean. It is the leaning form side to side that really gets thing moving. I've done 15 - 20 miles on it. I'm in my 50s and not a fitness nut.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blondie 0625 on November 24, 2014
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
Great ride, smooth and easy to adjust to. Takes a little time, but once you understand the lean and how to maximize the power, it is truly addicting and provides a super workout.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patricya Habib on December 1, 2014
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I bought the T12 trikke in September 2014, not written before because I had no time.

So, arrived on time, the assembly was easy, because I watch one video on youtube of a retailer in Tampa/FL and that helped a lot.

To walk thought it would be easier because I'm realtivamente well with sports and their equipment.

At first it was a bit difficult, but soon got the hang. Not used to anyone who has not way with sports. Many people who have tried have failed to walk, so is realtivamente difficult, but nothing is impossible with training.

We have to put a bit of gallows and hang in the arms and legs combine at the same time, to get out of the place and the place is flat it is easier, but if tilted things get difficult.

I do not I give 5 stars because it is very difficult to walk on slopes and where I live, despite appearing to be plain, there are many inclinations. And it's very tiring make tracks with this device.

I plan to put a motor on it. Then yes, I think it will be perfect for use by all the city and its inclinations.

PS: (Sorry for the translation - I do not speak English very well, so I used the google translator.)
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By vaughn Z. McLeod on April 5, 2014
Color Name: Graphite Verified Purchase
I saw the trike on an ad on TV a long time ago. This is a great Scooter, toy, what ever and as soon as I figure out how to ride the thing I'm not going to get off of it. There's nothing about it that I don't like except that I don't know how to ride it yet but that will come.
I'm a trucker and I work all night and sleep all day so I don't really have the time I want to put towards this. And I tell everybody about
stuff I like. I'm like a stuff evangelist. I get overly excited about things I like and want everyone else to have one or at least try one out and then they will like it. Maybe. One mans happiness and all that.
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