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Martini Style with Cindy Triking on the Razorback Trails

2018 LaidBackTrikers Update

Summer is upon us and I confess I haven’t even thought about blogging about triking our story on this website.  Sad to say, I am not much of a blogger but I do love sharing what triking means to me and Louis. We are hoping we will do better this year but no promises … lol  All I can say is I love riding with Penny the doxie, Louis, our friends, being outdoors and that’s our first priority.  Blogging about…

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Triking on the Razorback Trails

This is How We Roll @ LaidbackTrikers.com

“This is how we roll” has been true for almost a year and half.  A lot has happened during this time related to triking and I have not written enough about what we have done. I have upgraded my trike with the Bionx electric assist.  This has made a 25 mile ride through the hilly countryside of Northwest Arkansas a piece of cake -for me. Louis gets a great work out and he doesn’t have to wait around anymore for me…

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Triking on the Razorback Trails

A Road Not Traveled

Have you ever been triking or even driving in your car and traveled past a trail or road and asked yourself “I wonder where that goes?” or “What’s at the end of that street?” That is exactly what happened to the Laid Back Triking Martinis on Saturday August 7. We were scheduled to do a meet up with other trikers at 7:00 AM and ride to Lake Fayetteville and back. (If you have read any of our other entries in…

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Triking on the Razorback Trails

Celebrating the 4th of July

Tri-cycling the Razorback Greenway to Lake Fayetteville What did you do on the 4th of July?  Did you go swimming?  Did you watch a parade? Did you go to the lake?  Did you have a cook out and enjoy some fireworks? Cindy and Louis (occasionally he is called Louie from Cindy) did something really different.  We cycled (triked)!  It was an awesome 6 mile trek from our apartment north up the Razorback Greenway to Lake Fayetteville. Louie rode his heavily…

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