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Trikke Uk

What's a Cambering Vehicle? Trikke (pronounced trike) Trikke three-wheeled cambering vehicles are human powered machines that utilise Trikke Tech?s patented 3CV technology to allow a rider to propel a chainless, pedal-less device forward without ever touching foot to ground. This elegantly simple construct provides a stable 3-point platform that leans into the turn with the rider while all three wheels remain in contact with the ground. A rider may reach speeds of up to 18 mph on flat ground, ride 50 miles in one day, and climb the steepest of hills (with practice!). Trikke?s design allows the rider to naturally engage his entire body throughout the ride. Legs are active for balancing and shock-absorption and arms punch for power-thrusts and hold on for stability and control. The Trikke 3-wheeler allows you, the rider, to feel the miracle of your own body and mind working in graceful unison. The bi-products of the ride are joy, health, fitness and a renewed appreciation for yourself and your life. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How it works Trikke cambering vehicles allow a rider to utilise a fundamental physics principle known as the Conservation of Angular Momentum. While travelling on a slalom-like path, a rider moves his centre of gravity (his mass), from left to right (for example) while leaning the vehicle into a right turn; this movement of the rider?s mass is towards the centre of the turn, thus decreasing the radius of an imaginary circle which is formed around the centre point of the rider?s turn. This movement of mass to the centre of the circle acts in the same way that an ice-skater increases his/her velocity if he/she pulls in his/her arms (decreasing his/her radius) while he/she is spinning on the ice. Because of the vehicle?s design, a rider can learn to maximise the velocity generated from making each turn and then transfer that momentum into the next turn, and so on and so on. P...

9,10 THE WARREN
EAST GOSCOTE
Leicestershire
LE7 3XA
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What's a Cambering Vehicle? Trikke (pronounced trike) Trikke three-wheeled cambering vehicles are human powered machines that utilise Trikke Tech?s patented 3CV technology to allow a rider to propel a chainless, pedal-less device forward without ever touching foot to ground. This elegantly simple construct provides a stable 3-point platform that leans into the turn with the rider while all three wheels remain in contact with the ground. A rider may reach speeds of up to 18 mph on flat ground, ride 50 miles in one day, and climb the steepest of hills (with practice!). Trikke?s design allows the rider to naturally engage his entire body throughout the ride. Legs are active for balancing and shock-absorption and arms punch for power-thrusts and hold on for stability and control. The Trikke 3-wheeler allows you, the rider, to feel the miracle of your own body and mind working in graceful unison. The bi-products of the ride are joy, health, fitness and a renewed appreciation for yourself and your life. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How it works Trikke cambering vehicles allow a rider to utilise a fundamental physics principle known as the Conservation of Angular Momentum. While travelling on a slalom-like path, a rider moves his centre of gravity (his mass), from left to right (for example) while leaning the vehicle into a right turn; this movement of the rider?s mass is towards the centre of the turn, thus decreasing the radius of an imaginary circle which is formed around the centre point of the rider?s turn. This movement of mass to the centre of the circle acts in the same way that an ice-skater increases his/her velocity if he/she pulls in his/her arms (decreasing his/her radius) while he/she is spinning on the ice. Because of the vehicle?s design, a rider can learn to maximise the velocity generated from making each turn and then transfer that momentum into the next turn, and so on and so on. P...