Trikke is propelled using a motion that moves the vehicle along a curved, S-shaped path (called "carving"). The rider moves the vehicle from side to side, turning the handlebars and leaning the front structure while moving one's body weight toward the side one is turning into. The weight of the rider during a turn (or "carve") is placed mainly on the foot at the outside of the turn. The resulting motion is similar to slalom skiing, a tic-tac move on a skateboard, or one's leg movements during roller skating.
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