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  1. Hola. Como veo que cada vez somos más y creo que a todos nos gustaría quedar para compartir truquetes y rutas anuncio que tenemos un foro para descentralizar de WhatsApp nuestras comunicaciones, fotos y vídeos http://monocicloselectricos.com/ también están los canales de Telegram 🍩 Chat E-Unicycle / Ruedas 🍩 https://t.me/eunicycle EUC Madrid https://t.me/EUCMadrid
  2. EUC Footwear?

    those are more comfortable for euc riding than walking
  3. Braking/Stopping Practice

    Charged eucs have the same power to climb as they have to break. The engine push with the same power in boot directions. Overpass the engine torque breaking doesn't mean a cut-off, sometimes allows to ride the lapse with loose feel and recover successfully if the slope don't comes bigger
  4. What are the laws of riding?

    Respect the beep! Jokes out, you have to know the traffic regulation of your country. Read it and learn how unicycles are faced. Most probably they aren't in it and you are in a gray zone. Then obey the rules as the surrounding traffic, walk speed in sidewalk and respectful with your traffic regulation. Good luck and have fun
  5. EUC Footwear?

    Same as I with my gore-tex Clark's
  6. EUC Footwear?

    The correct shoes improve a lot the comfort but didn't exclude the need of bending the knees for bumps absortion. I use skaters for freestyle or commute in summer and leather boots in winter, cushioned soles for urban and hard for offroad (because the extra thick and cushioned soles have loose feel) The motorbike shoes are too uncomfortable when standing and too hard for ride with finesse. Only wear it for really dangerous stuff and ever with full protective gear
  7. New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    batteries cooler also add significant weight, dual CPU maybe is imperceptible but, who knows? and surely the most of the extra weight comes from the shell design, due his wider surface and the high resistance standards
  8. The mixture of wet, dust, mud and the smooth surface of the very used grip must be the cause of the slip. But the difficult of the path, my stunned reflexes and the distraction of a runner sharing path added all the elements needed for the fall. Yea, I looking in my closet for the motorbike wear with the buy of a faster wheel in mind, the protective gear is very useful: gloves, glasses, long pants and shirt and some padding for head, knees and elbows. Ideally this https://www.amazon.es/dp/B07BBR9HRN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_xBZ1AbPFBG4M2 and this https://www.amazon.es/dp/B07BMQMHWM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_AFZ1AbEX693B9
  9. Yesterday route comes with a little fall. Riding really slow between rocks, slipped from the pedal results hitting my hip with the rocks. I was very careful because didn't wear protective gear. My question is, if I was wearing standard protection, would be less or more hurting from that falling? I mean protective gear didn't prevent many of the worst hurts from falling (luxations, dislocations, knee twist, hip hitting rocks...) but give extra confidence to take more risks. What's the point in prevent some scratches if you keep (or rise) the danger of having worst injuries? I always advice to wear the appropriate protective gear. Riding at 10km/h average for a experienced rider isn't the same as trying reach top speed in a monster wheel for firs time. But. Take the caution as your first injuries prevention
  10. New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    prices in Spain remain quite acceptable until the promo ends
  11. THE VIDEO THREAD!

    High pass between mountains, probably worst path for euc
  12. Ask Me Any Inmotion V10F Questions

    Thanks Marty. Many question the grip of the rubber pedals. Please try it dry, wet, dirt, dust and maybe compare it with other euc. Other questionable decision is the handle. Is also lose like in v5? Mine have lot of gap in the hinge, making lot of noise when I'm off-road and losing control when I use for carry it. If you can do a comparative I suggest a a time race between v10, one 16" euc and other 18" euc in a short 8 shaped circuit
  13. New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    I get the reply from the shop telling me about the weight of v10 is approximate. They have to correct it in his web with the correct information
  14. New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    Yea, I know but is one seller who have a v10 for test. Maybe he used a scale and find the weight is different from the official information
  15. New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    Looking shops for but a v10 I found the weight of it is 18kg, and 20kg for the v10f. Is that correct?
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