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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 Tidbits from Louis

Seven Tips to stay comfortable while triking during the fall and early winter

Tidbits from Louis for Trikers   Fall and early winter is an absolute wonderful time of the year to go triking. The temperature is cool. The skies are brilliantly clear. And, the colors are astounding. Everyone should get out experience God’s wonderful creation as much as possible! It is absolutely rapturous.   How do you do this while staying comfortable and most importantly preventing sickness? Some of these fall days and especially those early winter days can get a bit…

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Martini Style with Cindy

75 Minutes BIONX Woman … A Powerful Triking Experience

Have you ever made plans for a great afternoon with friends and been surprised by something that made it the best it could possibly be. Maybe a good friend dropped in that you haven’t seen in a long time or maybe the weather was forecast to be bad but it turned out to be absolutely perfect. On Sunday Oct 18, 2015, I got to experience one of those absolutely pleasant surprises. I had made arrangements for a Sunday afternoon ride…

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Martini Style with Cindy

Cindy’s Beginning Recumbent Triking Journey

In the “Our Story“, we give a brief description of our story in how we began riding together on recumbent trikes.  This blog may be an interesting story to some who especially struggle with in the word “exercise”. Ever since I can remember right after college, when I would go out and “play” outdoors doing stuff like canoeing, skiing, playing basketball, playing volleyball, hiking, and even walking I would eventually sprang one of my ankles. I am not kidding, I…

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