T7 Carving scooter for kids age 13+. Terrific product for fun and fitness. Many School Physical Education programs around the US use this in their programs, calling it exercise disguised as fun. A very easy way to get your kids moving and having a great time.
Li-ion battery 36v 13.2Ah
The Division BMX and action sports helmet marks the end of an erano more bucket-like, ill-fitting street and dirt helmets. This new design has a lower profile than most skate and BMX style helmets and is curved in more at the back and sides. The result is a head-hugging shape that fits more securely and looks great too.
The Draft road cycling helmet delivers advanced features and design at an incredible value. Its rounded, compact profile is a nod to modern road style. The all-new Ergo Fit system offers a slimmed down, easier-to-use dial for simple, one-handed adjustment. And with 25 large air vents and an extended in-mold polycarbonate shell, its a cool and comfortable choice that easily meets the demands of a wide range of riders. One size fits all 54-61cm
Introducing the Trikke T10 Roadster, a carving vehicle packed with the latest innovations in Trikke engineering. Designed to be a blend of the smaller T8 and the larger T12, the Trikke T10 Roadster replaces both models at the top Trikke Tech’s body-powered, carving vehicle lineup. As such, the T10 is built for long rides and a good workout and will become the largest body-powered frame available from Trikke Tech.
The T10 Roadster was available at $810 via crowd funding campaign. It has ended on October 10th 2017. Pre-orders now are available at regular price $999 for delivery Spring 2018.
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An idea born in Brazil and built in Buellton could become the center of a Chinese theme park next year. Construction on the Trikke Sports Park could begin in May outside Guangzhou if the project wins government approval, said Gildo Beleski, inventor of the Trikke and chairman of research and development for Trikke Tech Inc.