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  1. Hey guys, just want to share a video I put together. I'm still a newbie to the whole EUC world but in my time of riding I've noticed a few quirks that work against this niche within a niche. Would be great for you to have a look and let me know your thoughts
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  2. CREATE TOURS OFFLINE FROM CSV LOGS A feature that many EUC World users have been waiting for is now available - creating tours from CSV logs, both automatic and/or manual. It's a great alternative to standard, online tour tracking. This way, there is no need to connect to a mobile network or WiFi so you can use phone without SIM card. All you have to do is enable CSV logging and enable sending CSV logs to euc.world. When phone is within WiFi network range, CSV logs will be uploaded tou euc.world user account. If appropriate option in CSV log settings is set, tour will be created automati
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  3. @Marty Backe @pico You guys and your nice warm benches. Toughen up!
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  4. Here are my thoughts on the m super pro
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  5. I create hype videos of our group rides and since people seem to like them, I wanted to create a collection of them here. This is my latest, but I'll go back and add earlier videos as well.
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  6. I promised you a même!
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  7. I'm testing the Skydio 2 to see if it fits with my style/workflow. So far I'm thinking the answer is Yes! I think it'll add another dimension to some of my videos. @maltocs received his on Friday and was kind enough to give it to me for a handful of days of play time There are certainly techniques to use with this drone, and I'm learning that I would need at least 3-batteries for any given session. 2 is barely enough but 3 would give a reasonable cushion to get the needed footage. Oh, and a few extra pair of prop's
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  8. Liking this new video forum. I started a new thread with a collection of my group ride videos. I try to keep them high quality and fast paced to hype people up for electric group rides.
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  9. Here is my condensed video of the Tour de San Diego. https://youtu.be/TSpp7vQSdlY
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  10. Well, let's take a look. Here is a screen shot of the shadow of the drone capturing @Marty Backe from his own video. And here is a screen shot of the Skydio 2 shadow: Uh, yeah. I think Marty's got a Skydio 2. Or maybe he just managed to get someone to send him one as an eval and he'll ship it back when he's done. He's got to do something since he's still waiting to kick the tire of that MSuper Pro, right? I'm waiting for the full review of the Skydio 2. Let's have it.
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  11. Its not just a speed alarm, its based on voltage too. So a heavier rider will create more duress and therefore more battery sag = lower speed when beeps trigger. Its also why the 80% lift speed on my 84v MSX is 36mph but 32/33 is about all I get when riding it. A lighter rider might get 34/35 before beeps. And I have confirmed that the alarm heard on the MSPro at 33mph was indeed the final 5 beep alarm. I wanted to clear that up because some may have thought it was the 2nd alarm when it was referred to as '3 beeps'.
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  12. Well I pulled the trigger and purchased a King Song 18XL from Jason at eWheels!!! I would like to thank all of the forum members for the excellent advice and information provided. I am so looking forward to learning !!! Hopefully I will become as skilled as the riders here on the forum !
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  13. New version of trolley found at the hardware store.
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  14. Pretty tame trail - in the beautiful Lake District
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  15. @YoshiSkySun does it again with his new Monster. At least this time it didn't end up in the water
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  16. Network TV! Now that's a huge compliment, thanks! Funnily enough, I tell people that too. I think the whole design of it being one wheel makes people think it's more precarious than it actually is but true it is veeerry similar to learning how to ride a bike especially with momentum in relation to balance. Ian's point of foot placement was actually what rang true the most for me. I found the whole thing quite difficult until I fiddled with the pedal angle in the app but you're 100% right that feeling when you get it is just magical! I felt like I was flying! I'm pretty sure my reaction s
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  17. You have Gollum’s attention.
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  18. Hello there friend. My V8F arrived Jan 27. I preordered from ewheels on December 15th. I followed up before the chinese new year, coz I use to import from China way back and i know they have like a 2-3week vacay. Jason emailed back right away mentioned their team will confirm if their shipment did indeed depart before this grace period as he is also very aware of this. As always they have good customer service. I was impressed. I hope this gives you some insight at least to another possible scenario. Goodluck. I'm lovin the wheel btw...
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  19. So we can remind the wheel it can became roomba, if it will be cuttoffing us all the time. J/k, I donť know, sorry mate.
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  20. My 2 favorite wheels, the 16X and the Mten3, both have 3" tires - I love the feel. I love how comfortable it is on the 16X with the wide tire, and the Mten3 is very maneuverable and yet easier to go slow and do tricks. It seems the 3" tire is great for roads and increased stability - I am for the wider tire.
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  21. Apparently all the cool people are going to be wearing these this summer
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  22. If I didn’t wear a helmet last winter, when the wheel slid out underneath me at walking pace and I smacked the back of my head in the ice with enough force to cause a concussion, I would probably not been able to write this, at least not with the same vocabulary I luckily still possess. Helmets aren’t just useful for the big crashes. To argue that it is better to ride without a helmet because people drive closer to people wearing a helmet, is a bit silly to me. The helmet vs not helmet statistics for deaths or serious injury in bicycle accidents are clear as day in favour of helmets, s
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  23. IRON 100(92.4V) Additional test upgrade specification IRONKOREA IRON-100 92.4V 16inch Faithful to the basics of power speed Coming in April electric wheel - EUC - IRON KOREA is a brand launched in Korea by the transfer of ROCKWHEEL technology. IRON-100 (NEW GT16) Parameter Specification Brand IRON KOREA Mode IRON-100 MAXSPEED 68 km/h Climbing 45 Battery 1140WH / 2280WH Mileage 80~160km Motor 3000W Charger Voltage 92.4v MAX Load 150kg Tire Size 16" Weight 19kg / 24kg IRON KROEA ironkorea100@naver.com
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  24. Exactly. And as you point out, there are currently plenty of options for sport riding, off-road etc but very few options for casual city commuting or short errands. I want to go from my office to a cafe, I'm not going to don a whole bunch of motocross gear and I would be reluctant to go out with no gear. So it's back to the skate helmet. Then do I bother with the wrist guards? And once I've gone to the trouble to put those on, I guess knee pads are a good idea. And while we're at it, since it's already taken me a while to get dressed, I might as well get the elbow pads out as well. A
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  25. Woah! That Mten3 is massive mate.
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  26. That's the most resistant-looking EUC trolley I've ever seen! Definitely better than the scorpion-style trolley, and dare I say, even sturdier than the 16X's
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  27. Open invitation to anyone who comes to San Diego. I will guide you on a "Tour de San Diego" Anywhere from 19-60 miles depending on what wheel you bring. Can't bring one? I have one you can borrow as long as you ride with me. I'm still working on "my" video but here is the another rider's extended version of the Tour. We pass a lot of historical places dating back to the mid 1700s. I hope you consider visiting the city with a year round temperatures that typically vary from 50°F to 77°F and is rarely below 44°F or above 84°F.
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  28. Congrats! One of the first things I would do specifically for the Nikola is to extra-secure the underside of the trolley scorpion handle to the wheel body with velcro, which will otherwise fly out and potentially bend on crashes/drops. Also, if you are trying to ride the Nikola in prolonged heavy rains, I would highly recommend giving up the speaker components altogether and completely shoring up the speaker holes (Gorilla tape, cover+sealant, etc). I've ridden a lot in rain on my Nikola+, and on a chance opening, I discovered that despite applying the water resistant speaker covers
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  29. With all the fun killing range anxiety I had with the Onewheel+, I did a lot of calculations like this, but a 300W charger combined with solar in Scandinavia, doesn’t add up to something practically feasible. The only thing that could work was a small gasoline generator, but then I finally was able to admit that 20 min of fun followed by 30 min of charging wasn’t really my kind of fun. I traded the OW+ for a KS-16S, and a few days after that ordered the KS-18XL, and that solved all my problems until this fall, when my girlfriend and I bought a campervan. It has two 50W solar panels, so again I
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  30. FYI for those in the Austin and the surrounding Texas area. USA cycling will hold a competition event in Austin, TX on Feb 15th which includes a category for "One Wheeled". This is the first time they are doing this and want to see how much interest there is for this type of competition category. A couple of us will be competing with our EUCs and would love anybody else to come join us. https://www.bikereg.com/full-gas-on-peddlers-pass-winter
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  31. Very nice and smooth tracking shots. Very tempting to add that to my gear bag. I'm watching this video and my wife walks by, thinking that I'm editing or viewing one of my videos. She says, "Wow, that looks great, as if you have a drone" She clearly does not have recollection of my riding gear or wheels
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  32. Please forgive me if this video has already been posted elsewhere in the forum and feel free to delete the thread if it has. Anyway Speedyfeets thoughts on the shortly expected MSX Pro :- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjwYWYn9HFY Surely the quoted 20km safe cruising speed from a 2600w motor has to be a misprint
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  33. It depends on model. I believe it was interduced with KS16X. Probably to make sure the motor don't accidentally spin off. Since calibration data might not be correct or been reset, and that is why you need to recalibrate after a FW update.
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  34. @Espen R Maybe this could be a solution as well?
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  35. This was unexpected. The CST C-1488 16x2.5 62x305 tire fit my tesla with only a very very slight rub, without any modification. As the tire is brand new I expect the first few km will shave off the "hair" and make it completely silent. I'm going to ride it and report back. I'm cautiously optimistic. Obviously I wouldn't recommend taking this tire new directly to high speed (as the tire stretches a bit). With age it should stretch too which could be a problem. The first pic shows the same CST C-1488 tire but 2.125in and used.
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  36. Makes me want to visit Bruges and buy some real chocolate!
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  37. @mrelwood and @Unventor give you excellent advice. Li-ion battery packs are not cheap, and if they have been charged to 100% or depleted to 0% too many times, they may have lost a considerable amount of capacity, and that doesn’t just affect the range, it also limit the motors ability to draw full power from the battery pack. If you charge a Li-ion to 100% and let it sit, you aggravate the build up of the parasitic reactions that occur in the battery’s electrolyte. From 0-100%, a Li-ion battery will manage something between 300 – 1000 cycles before you start to see deterioration, but if you us
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  38. @Ash_lee_g first of welcome to your community. I like that first post of yours a lot since you have tasted a little bit of EUC fun already you are over the first hurdle to get started. The great part here is how you are asking for advice. So these are my tips to your situation. When on a budget there are a few things to consider. @mrelwood are spot on with the battery consideration for a 2nd hand wheel. And this is the biggest issue that you cannot see how a wheel has been treated or any service history so it is all about the trust and if something smell fishy. But since you are
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  39. For me there has been a long development process in my progression of learning to ride an ECU. I’m presently about to pass the 300km mark on my first wheel (9BotE+), and I find myself still acquiring new skills with every ride. My personal experience of learning has been very different from that of many of the boasts I’ve read in forums (1 hour and I was bored of my slow wheel). Granted, I did take those with a grain of salt, armored up and put in the time to learn the wheels. Developing the skills necessary to ride an EUC has been truly rewarding, and now I can’t imagine life without one; I
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  40. In search of a DASHCAM for my daily trips in EUC, I turned to the GHOST XL camera from DRIFT. Here is the test. (FR & EN subtitles available)
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  41. A few aerial perspectives shot through the lens of Skydio 2 following my Tesla.
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  42. Hi everyone I have received my first wheel (v5f) 2 month ago and I love it. I am a cameraman and I find it perfect to use for moving shots. I have made a few videos, I hope you like them :
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