Reader wonders: Is carving just for kids?
We get emails. Recently, a man — who only identified himself as David — wrote to TrikkeWorld with the following query:
“Maybe I am too old for one of these, but where can I buy one? (I’ll be 69 this year.)”
Well, Trikkes are available at Trikke.com, where you can also find out other ways you can buy one. As far as the being too old part, perhaps we could ask the experts, people like Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, who, as seen on 60 Minutes, and as stated in Time Magazine, “Try to ride their Trikkes every day to keep in shape (at ages 87 and 84).”
Or we could ask Larry Mehlmauer, the 70-year-old who’s survived heart disease, a massive heart attack and diabetes, and calls his Trikke a life-saver in his award-winning video testimonial. He also says, “Great exercise. Great fun. A second childhood. I’m having more fun than 70-year-olds should be allowed to have, all because of a little fitness machine.”
Sure, we could ask them — or any of the other countless other seniors who’ve fallen in love with the three-wheel wonder — but there’s a good chance they’ll be hard to reach … because, you see, they just might be out riding their Trikkes.