v. rolked, rolk·ing, rolks
To travel on whegs (wheel-leg), i.e. to roll/walk
Put whegs on that 4WD and let's rock & rolk
a hybrid of rock and folk. (it used to be fock but then that turned out to mean something entirely different according to this site, so now it's rolk.)
Tegan and Sara are the coolest rolk group ever.