There's a great riding place I found a couple miles from my house. I've been there a few times. This time I took my wife along. We just putted along in first and second gear and took lots of breaks since it's not very comfortable riding on the back with no passenger pegs. The pics were taken when my wife was resting and I was zipping around having fun. We just rode around a tiny section of the entire area - the trails and roads just seem to go on and on and on. Here, I wanted to get to the other road in the distance and didn't want to take the time to find which trails went there. So I rode down and checked that it wasn't too rough and then came back for the wife and took her across... The little bike pulled both of us up hills like this without too much strain. No great feat but still much more than the poor thing was designed to do: I like all the hills - flat terrain can get boring fast: You can see the roads just go for miles: Sometimes it's more fun to come up the hillside instead of the road: I weigh enough that I really have to take a run at hills and keep the rpm's up: Hope I'm not boring you guys with my photos. I know my little "clown bike" (that's what my coworkers call it) isn't exactly exciting but I'm having fun with it anyways. If anyone around here wants directions just let me know. There's a ton more trails and much more challenging terrain than what is in the photos.