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Trikes aren't just for kids!

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  September 13, 2010 09:45 AM

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manontrike2010.jpg It's one of those sports where specific training may not be required. The world of tricycle racing has come along way this decade, and the Red Parka Pub World Championship Tricycle Grand Prix this Saturday, Sept. 18, celebrates the sport with gusto.

The 2nd Annual World Championship Tricycle Grand Prix takes place at Black Mountain in Jackson, N.H. and comes with a guaranteed load of thrills, chills and laughter. Come just to watch or muster up the courage, or the shamelessness, to take part in lots of downhill fun on championship trike-bikes. No worries, there are race categories and events for all ages. It’s fun for the whole family, and remember, you’re never too old to ride a trike! Call 603-383-4344 for details or look online - for lodging rates too.

Photo courtesy Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

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