If February is for lovers, March is for Trikke lovers, especially if they happen to love Las Vegas. The reason: the Trikke Academy — the institution that schools the world on all things Trikke — is set to carve up Sin City with major events over successive weekends next month.
First up: the 4th National Riding Skkool, March 16th and 17th (with an optional Skki day on the 15th). The annual event could be likened to a series of gym classes, all of which revolved around honing one’s Trikke riding skills. Like last October’s All Riding Clinikks weekend, students will be able to pick and choose which classes they’d like to attend and a Saturday Trikke rink party is planned (think skating rink with Trikkes). In addition, the inventor of Trikke carving vehicles, Gildo Beleski, will be on hand.
The following weekend, the year’s first Academy — or seminar for trainers and dealers— is set to take place from March 22nd through the 24th with an optional Skki day on the March 21st, and an optional Elekktrics day on the 25th. At Trikke Academy Academies, attendees learn how to become better riders, how to teach people how to ride, and how to demo and service Trikkes. They also become educated on the full product line and are given marketing and sales tips.
Both the Riding Skkool and Academy will be held at the Aliante Hotel in North Las Vegas, offering visitors 70,000 square feet of riding space with views of the mountains and the famous Vegas strip. For those wishing to attend both events, a special discount is available and the hotel is offering a $59 room rate for weekdays.
For more information or questions, contact the Trikke Academy.