This is for our good Liberty Triker friend, Jenn. Due to cancer (and needing hospice care), she decided it would be best to give up her beloved red Liberty Trike. Only, she didn't sell it, she decided to pass it along to an organization in SD that will find a disabled child in need of an electric trike.
We love when Liberty Trikers keep track of their miles on their LCD Display. Having an odometer will push you to be better than yourself in every way you can be, which is why you should consider getting one even if you feel like you don’t need it. Check out what some Liberty Trikers had to say when we asked them to tell us how many miles they've rolled into.
Many associate biking with being young, but more and more seniors are heading out on bike paths, too.
Almost 40% of all older adults have balance issues. This is one reason older individuals are at risk for falls. That inability to maintain proper balance can limit their mobility. A three-wheel adult trike takes the balance issue out of the equation, and many other physical and mobility, too. Learn why Liberty Trike is a senior or retiree's best friend.
Liberty Trike donates two etrikes to Camp Twin Lakes, an organization that focuses on helping kids and young adults with special needs.
Liberty Trikes donates a Kid's Liberty Trike to Addison through the Preston's March organization.
You've made the decision to purchase a Liberty Trike - congrats! We know you'll absolutely love it. Now that you have your trike in your possession, here are a few tips to follow to ensure your experience is off to a great start!
Micah is a 12 year old boy that faces the challenges of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. His gifted Liberty Trike has given him ability to get out and enjoy riding wheels all over again!
While facing mobility issues, Bruce knew he wouldn't be able to walk his daughter down the isle on her big day. His liberty trike turned all of that around!
Six months ago, we created a Liberty Trike Owner’s group on Facebook for riders to post about the...
EBT people,Today I took the first extended test drive on my new “Big Orange” Liberty Trike of ab...