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1 hour ago, RooMiniPro said:

Yes companionship is wonderful too.  I ride once or twice with my partner.  She takes the MiniPro and I take the EUC.  I wish we had two MiniPros instead of the EUC.  EUCs can't stop, and I'm finding that to be more and more of a problem as time goes on.  The MiniPro is back to being my favourite of the two.  It's just so much more versatile and useable.

I immediately bought two MiniPros and subsequently another MiniPro just to ride with others.

This is an ideal way to city transport for me and my wife.

Future decisions may be either MiniPlus or Z10 (EUC).

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On 9/17/2017 at 10:08 AM, caelus said:


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The traffic is quite easygoing though. So cycling works quite well in Berlin, just be prepared for a lot of chaotic lane shape. 
The cycling infrastructure is budgeted for huge overhaul, as Berlin has approved a new cycling law - but that can take a while (see Berlin Airport).

I'm completing vacationing in Italy, specifically Sorrento near Naples.

Yesterday, we could have used the MiniPros.  Many times over, in a hilly town.

We walked the hills and many stairs here.

Mostly cars, trucks, and lots of scooters. Very European.

Some ebikes.  

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On 9/16/2017 at 10:45 AM, caelus said:

It's a mixed bag. I think from EUC you get quite some impulses for equilibrioception. But not much physical exercise. On the other hand, it is so much fun, that I spend more time outdoors. And just going somewhere, where I didn't need to go. 

On the cons side, you mostly doing that allone. As I am just so much quicker than anyone else.

 

Ok.

Sitting, right now, after riding for 13 miles and standing for 1.5 hours, is better than riding.

It also helps that I can eat breakfast while sitting.

While riding, I discovered areas that I have never been to in decades.  Viewing a documentary on the Chicago World's fair of 1893 inspired me to ride in that area.  There is a museum there from the buildings of that time and visited the Japanese pavilion also.  Such great history.

Thank you MiniPro.

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On 9/16/2017 at 10:45 AM, caelus said:

It's a mixed bag. I think from EUC you get quite some impulses for equilibrioception. But not much physical exercise. On the other hand, it is so much fun, that I spend more time outdoors. And just going somewhere, where I didn't need to go. 

 

I feel fatigued after a long ride and sore in my muscles the next day.

I’m not sure if I can attribute it to riding.

My fitness apps do not register any activity when riding either.

There are developments for sensors in the future while working out.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/18/health/fitness-technology-future-explainer/index.html

 

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12 hours ago, Rocky Romero said:

 

My fitness apps do not register any activity when riding either.

 

The iPhone activity app does track my movements on the MiniPro.

Not sure what it means yet or how it could be useful.

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On 10/18/2017 at 8:16 PM, Rocky Romero said:

The iPhone activity app does track my movements on the MiniPro.

Not sure what it means yet or how it could be useful.

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Further checking into the standing measurements of the blue ring in the activity app requires movement other than just standing.

https://www.imore.com/five-ways-master-stand-ring-apple-watch-and-have-fun-doing-it

Arm movements qualify to register while riding.

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