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Dirty Joe

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    Zama Japan
  • EUC
    KS16S KS18XL

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  1. Do not neglect safety gear. Helmet, wrist, elbow and knees. The proper gear is goes along with the proper wheel.
  2. Lake Yamanakako, below Mt Fuji
  3. I updated Darkness bot via the Apple App store, then updated the firmware on my Kingsongs, no issues at all.
  4. That's awful someone ripped you off, hope you recover it.
  5. Been here temporarily for 7 years. New Zealand V. Namibia in Tokyo Sunday (not going) New Zealand should win that easy.
  6. I have a KS18L on the way, what is the latest firmware version? Thanks...
  7. If any one here gets up to Camp Zama, let me know. I go to Okinawa for work time to time. I can Blackcat the wheel next trip.
  8. Got my wheel (KS16S) registered as a bicycle on Camp Zama, Japan (United States Army). Now that is done, I will attempt to buy bicycle liability Insurance from the Japanese with my registered “Bicycle”. Buying Bicycle insurance here in Japan is done at your local convenience store (7-11, Larson’s), you also can pay your utility bills there such as electric and water.
  9. Just bought a Ticwatch to use this App with my KS16S, works great.
  10. I think the cops in Fukuoka play hardball, a couple years ago three co-workers and myself was on a job there. We got stopped walking on the sidewalk and had to go with the cops back to the hotel to show them our passports. We all had military contractor ID cards that was not good enough for him. It all ended well, just a temporary pain in the butt.
  11. I ordered from ewheels, had it fedex to Japan, not many EUC riders here.
  12. Here in Zama, about 20 miles SW of Tokyo. There are no EUCs around here except of one other American and me. I have asked the Japanese police about them and they tell me to keep them out of the traffic, I passed a couple cops on side streets and rode past a few Kobans (small police Stand) in the past couple days with just looks of WTF! A friendly smile goes a long way with the Japanese . Just don't ride your wheel like a Jackass and you should be fine.
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