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Lillian

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About Lillian

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  • Birthday January 31

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    New York
  • EUC
    InMotion V10 and V11 (Pre-ordered)

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  1. I respect your dissenting opinion, and thank you. I have a lot to think about - especially with the weight factor. Fortunately I'm not in a rush. I'll have both at the same time at least for a period.
  2. I hear ya. I regretted selling my V8, but after riding the V10 there was no going back anyway. I have a feeling that it'll be the same with the advanced features of the V11. Like FreeRide said, I can get something newer later. See? That's why I like this forum You all are helpful.
  3. Nope. The only place with steep steps is my hair salon, so I walk there. Begrudgingly.
  4. I agree. I want to see if the V11 is as indoor-friendly as the V10 - specifically at work. My covered V10 doesn't cause alarm passing security. Will the V11, which looks like an electric 'scooter' (as some call it), make it past security? I need to see.
  5. Funny I did order the 11.
  6. Pre-ordered. I'm not a fast rider nor very proficient yet with my V10. But when we go back to work, I plan to make the EUC my main source of transportation. Just wondering if I'll sell my V10 or hold on to it as an extra.
  7. Exactly. I couldn't even tell where the bike lane ended and the highway started. It seems he was following the correct signs. You can also see two bikers stop and stare as he entered the highway. He may have been in too much shock to go into the right/slow lane. We should ask him.
  8. For work commuting on weekdays (pre-C-19). Less than 4 miles round trip and infrequently. For liesure on weekends. Avg. 2 miles. No riding since the stay home order in March. Hence I'm not a great rider yet. Not enough practice.
  9. Marty, I just watched that earlier. I agree that it's funny because it's unintentional. He did well remaining calm, and thank goodness for patient drivers.
  10. That was hard to watch. And did one of them pass to the right of the family? If so, he passed a child at high speed. Every single person there saw THAT, but they are not seeing our comments HERE. They are likely judging based on that. Fortunately I saw another EUC rider not with them, riding sensibly.
  11. Welp, I love the presentation and specs. I don't ride fast. I didn't read through the thread. Is there another coming out in October?
  12. That's crazy. I'm so sorry that happened to you, but glad you got the wheel back and that you had your armor on. Meeting people is one of the most fun things about having PEVs. This is certainly a cautionary tale. A random guy asked to ride mine, and of course I said no. I am really careful when people only ask how much it cost. What really sucks is that they took from a humble, good person who really can't easily replace those things. I hope they get what's coming.
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