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  1. If there's potholes in your city, you're going to need a wide wheel. If you live in Florida where streets are in perfect condition year round, telsa would be ok. Going on main roads? Will need the MSX for extra buffer speed
  2. For all of yall who make videos and we're wondering if a tiny $70 gimbal is worth it. Here's a mini review and riding footage on various terrain. It's pretty smooth when paired with an MSX tire.
  3. I noticed when going from my V5F to the MSX that the perceived dorkiness changed to a quite a bit more positive encounters where people displayed jealously or even thought it was pretty badass (maybe just bc they see you at speed) anyways just an observation. Maybe the 16X and Z10 just look cooler than say a ninebot or ledless inmotion like the V5?
  4. Speaking of random gear, nothing like a 9 ft selfie stick for that gliding feeling
  5. Thanks guys!!! Do you mount these to your wheels or just hold them for the most part?
  6. I've noticed that I naturally go much slower at night, despite it feeling faster. The headlight on my MSX is probably great for me to have my life flash before my eyes before hitting a pothole, but I'd rather be able to see it far out enough to avoid it. Anyone strap glue or tape something to thier EUC?
  7. Nice! Those are some nice shots. A drone a presume so you don't have to ride back and take it down?
  8. You wouldn't be too far. Locations are Russell Mill Pond and Town Forest, Great Brooks Farm State Park, and Wompatuck State Park. If you ever want to ride sometime, let me know. I want to do Minuteman trail in Lexington next time its dry.
  9. My first proper flat EUC video, warning for purists: there are OWs in it lol. Enjoy!
  10. I would put the hours in if I was certain about the payoff. What kind of accel braking do you get sitting down and is it actually comfortable to do it for a long time? It would help with my commute home which is about an hour on the wheel and my feet do hurt at the end
  11. Thanks for this info! I love crusing speed of this I just need to practice what you said to get there fast. Most recently I've been squeezing the pads and just leaving forward but that's really uncomfortable and when I watch chooch his upper legs barely if ever touch the body of the MSX. I think I need to learn stability with the knees bent and then use that to accelerate And yeah I tend to put my left foot on first. Maybe I'll try practicing the other mounts or see if the same thing happens with the wheel flipped around asymetric dihedral... Why? Quality control or some purpose behind it?
  12. What is that and where do I get it? Lol
  13. Insta360 one (no x, the older one) It's 4k native originally but spread out 360 is not very pixel dense so I think it ends up being close to 720 or 1080p ish when flat. It's nice that you don't really have to pay attention and "shoot" everything in post. But what is funny is I wish I just bought a go pro and had 4k quality instead of 720ish when doing flat videos. Good news is I got the camera used for $150 w mem card and accessories included. All the fancy ppl are out buying the insta360 one x which is 5.7k instead of the 4k here and selling the OG for less Just spent another $89 to get a Yi 4k action camera. I guess we'll see how it does compared to go pro. Will prob shoot in 1080 for higher fps
  14. Day three on the MSX and I still haven't been able to use up all her power. Amazing! Some quickly cut footage while I continue to figure out the can software and best export settings. Someday I'll compile all my footage and make a proper video. Shout-out to Onewheel Boston for the good times.
  15. I do. I'm 5'6" and I find trying to ride the seat ridiculous! Getting that low feels super unstable and even if I figure it out I doubt it will be comfortable
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