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Luke Herron

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  1. OK, guys. I was gone for four months and when I came back my wheel seemed severely discharged. I tried the hack but it doesn't work. The battery LED's don't flash any color either. The only time I can get any red light out of anything, is that the batteries and charger will both blip red when I first plug it in to the normal charge port, with the XD60's unplugged.
  2. They have GPS, but they also sync with your phone.
  3. Thanks for sharing this. How many times can we take the survey?
  4. Yes, I've started bending over and crouching down in order to minimize wind drag. not only does it help me go faster, But I can also hear the beeps better.
  5. I don't know quite how others learned to ride. I learned on a pedal unicycle first, and so I just jumped on the electric one and went. However, the best way to learn to ride, to me, seems to be the riding on one foot method. Maybe give it a try and see how it goes.
  6. I weigh about 190 lbs. The paved road that I tested it on was fairly flat, and there was a slight tail wind. I'll give it a lift test and see what happens.
  7. I measured it after the ride, so maybe you are right. Usually the alarms come on at much lower speeds of I don't disconnect them, like 35 Km/hr instead of 35 mph. I'll make sure to log it completely, next time.
  8. You are right. Mine does have five pins. I must not have the app set correctly. How do I change it?
  9. Also, I just noticed that, according to the WheelLog app, it only has 83.8V when fully charged. E-Wheels must have sent me the wrong one. It has a sticker on it that says 1230Wh, but they must have mislabeled it.
  10. Maybe it is five, I usually back off before it goes that many, though. It reacts very quickly to conditions with that beep, and will beep if I hit a bump and am just under 35mph.
  11. It is an Oakley Airwaves with a Recon HUD. I don't think they make it anymore, so you have to buy them used.
  12. I just tried a pair of HUD goggles, made for skiing, and I have to say that they made the experience even nicer than usual. Not only did the lenses keep the wind out of my eyes and cleaned up the lighting, but it was really nice to he able to see me speed and altitude. If you deal with wind, uneven terrain, and long empty spaces, I'd really recommend them.
  13. I'm not on the Front Range, but I'm only 100 miles from Denver. If you guys eventually get a group together, please let me know.
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