The Bikee is designed as a starting bicycle for toddlers to learn balance and increase confidence. Airless tires and adjustable seat provide ease of use and requires less maintenance. Available in pink and blue.
A blend between the T8-08 and the T78 air, it features the T8 style handlebars, black painted machined rims, animal free leather hand grips, upgraded brake cables, aluminum brake levers, bolted aluminum stem, and black foot decks. Available in two colors (green and pink).
Best for heights up to 4’10" suitable for ages 5-8. Awarded both the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award 2004 and The National Parenting Center 2004 Seal of Approval, The Trikke T5 features durable steel construction, color options and encourage fitness disguised as fun for smaller children. 3 wheel contact and no foot pushing provide excellent stability.
T78cs is the base model for ages 13 and up and accommodates heights of 5’ to 6’3”. The steel T78cs Convertible carving vehicle comes with two rear polyurethane wheels that can be replaced with air tires. Designed to be a good starting vehicle for beginners.
The Trikke T67 Three-Wheeled Carving Scooter lets the rider "surf the street" and exercises the whole body as a side-to-side motion propels it forward. This model is adjustable for anyone 4'6" to 5'4" and up to 200 lbs. "There is a trick to making them go, which must be learned, but children seem to have an easier time than adults. Though it is not necessary, Trikke can provide an instructional DVD to loop in the store," a company representative told TDmonthly. Launch date: January 1, 2003.
The Skki, a cambering snow vehicle designed for fun, fitness and sports/recreation, is enjoyed by people of all ages. The apparatus is equipped with three short carving skis — two at the back under each foot, and one at the front — connected to the handlebars. The steering design allows riders to turn and lean simultaneously, naturally and gracefully leading the rider across the slope. Because the direction and angles of all three skis are fluidly engineered by the Skki’s three-point cambering system, everything is kept in line as the machine tracks effortlessly across the snow. Skki makes carving like a professional made easy. Launch date: 2006. — According to John Simpson and the folks at Trikke Tech, “The Trikke Skki is most of all a fun product. Riding the Skki brings a smile to your face, because you are in control, feeling free and enjoying the ride.”
The Trikke 5 vehicle is scaled down for riders ages 7 and up. Small enough for kids to enjoy around the neighborhood, the 100-percent-aluminum Trikke 5 is durable enough to handle the demands of freestyle riding teens. Collapsible and compact, the Trikke 5 is an excellent way to get kids out of the house and into an exciting activity that´s as much fitness as it is fun.