Roger Wildermuth of Fort Walton Beach, Florida, has been to the Skki Inn nearly every year since it began. He has a thing for zebra prints and has covered his Trikke Skki in a zebra stripe pattern from the steering column to the Skki blades. Each Skki Inn, Roger likes to take out his cape and get some footage of himself “flying” the cape. After this year’s Skki Inn, Roger stayed an extra day and we shot some video.
Roger also encouraged the Skki Inn 2013 group to make a Trikke Skki snake with 14 people. He also put together a couple of spinning head mounts for his helmet, on which to mount a GoPro camera. I tried them out, was able to get some fun test video and look forward to doing some more with an improved version.
Helping folks enjoy the Skki Inn experience is one of Roger’s favorite things to do. At Skki Inn 2010, Roger helped me and my wife, Sally get our bearings on the Skki, so we could carve down the hill. I always look forward to seeing Roger at the Skki Inn, to see what new thing he has in mind to spice things up.