Finding great places to ride is part of the adventure of Trikking, but certain factors must be considered in selecting a location. Trikkes require dry, smooth pavement or concrete that is free of debris, major cracks, and potholes. Trail width is important too, as the slalom motion requires more width than bicycling. A good rule of thumb is to find a trail at least twice as wide as a typical sidewalk. For climbing hills or negotiating heavy trail traffic, even more width is better.
Trikke Universe maintains a database of rider-submitted trails, parks, and other locations that are known to be good for Trikkes. You can search the database here, and if you have a favorite trail of your own, don’t forget to add it.