Who’s Your Pass!? ;)

Wow! Long time between posts, eh? When we began planning this journey, I was able to do a fair amount of reading. Much of what I read were blog posts from people who were able to post their experiences on nearly a daily basis. I particularly enjoyed a book by David Freeze, called, “Lord, Ride Read More…

Memory Lane?

Today is Thursday, June 16, 2016. I got a quick, solo ride in today. The ride was just about 23 miles and a few hours before going to work, so it was a great way to wake up and prepare for the day. This was my last ride before we fly off to Seattle to Read More…

Going on Safari

Every year the largest biking group in Central Florida, the Florida Freewheelers, puts on a springtime bike festival in Live Oak, FL, called the Florida Bicycle Safari with hundreds of attendees. This year, the Bike Safari took place from April 16 – 21. The Two Traveling Trikes were there for only two of the six days – but, Read More…

Happy Campers, Part Deux

As our regular readers know, most of our nights on our cross-country tour will likely be spent … in a tent, … next to, a ‘bent (or two). To prepare, we are looking for camping opportunities so we may simulate the camp, ride, camp, ride, camp, ride experience. Our first trip was close to home – detailed Read More…

Happy Campers, Part 1

Hidden between the lines of our first post, A New Year – A New Adventure, and behind the “one pedal stroke at a time” tagline, is what the heck are we going to do when it’s time to stop pedaling for the day and rest our tired heads and sleepy legs? We plan on camping most nights. Some of those Read More…

Aren’t you worried about … ?

As alluded to in my last post, there are two commonly asked questions whenever we discuss riding our recumbent trikes … well, anywhere, not just cross-country. The first, as you have already seen is, “Why not a bike?” The second question usually looks like this, “Wow, that looks comfortable, but dangerous. I could never ride Read More…

Why not a bike?

  For our two-wheeled upright (diamond frame) biking friends, there are usually two questions that are asked of us. The first is the title of today’s post – “Why not a bike?” It’s comfy! The short answer is pretty simple. Riding a recumbent tricycle is just more comfortable. Imagine sitting in a recliner with your feet Read More…

A New Year – A New Adventure

  Hello and welcome to the first posting on TwoTravelingTrikes.com. It’s a new year, and with the new year comes a focus on our new adventure! Pedaling across the USA! Here are the basics of our 4-part plan: Fly with our ICE Sprint 26 recumbent trikes to Portland, Oregon (mid-June). Ride to the Pacific Coast (dipping a Read More…