Trikke vs. Segways, T-3’s and bikes: the verdict, according to police and security personnel

Policeman rides Trikke carving vehicle
May 7, 2013

“Bicycles are ho-hum. Segways are nerdy. T-3 vehicles are too expensive and don’t go anywhere.” Those are some of the recent comments relayed to Gerry Baranano, Trikke Tech security relations consultant, when he interviewed a number of police officers and security personnel currently using Trikke’s electric vehicles on patrol. According to the feedback, a major problem with the Segway has been the injury factor. The Las Vegas office of a…

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Green transportation, healthy eating and exercise is gooood living

woman shopping with her Trikke carving vehicle
May 2, 2013

Imagine a world in which the majority of people are favoring the use of light, clean transportation for short trips (instead of 3000+ lb.  gas guzzlers), eating more fresh fruits and veggies (and less packaged  foods), and getting outdoors regularly for exercise (instead of living indoor lives of relative inactivity). The uncluttered, unpolluted city streets would share some of their pavement with the smaller alternative vehicles (safely denoted and protected…

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Trikke Security

April 25, 2013

Trikke is the new kid on the block for police and security mobility. Trikke is getting traction in the fields of security and law enforcement as an alternative vehicle for patrol. This makes me ponder the concept of security and how it resonates thematically for Trikke on various levels. Security isn’t just something officers provide against the bad guys. It’s also (generally speaking) freedom from danger and freedom from anxiety…

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