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  1. Hey thanks! So the "experient mode' (as it says on my app lol) uses more power, therefore less range? Very interesting to hear that you ride on "riding mode". I figured that everyone rode on the "experient mode", but I was pleasantly surprised when I started playing around with "riding mode"
  2. Im curious to see what other people think of the 3 different riding modes you can choose between on the Kingsong wheels, and how it affects the performance, and the feeling of riding, and also importantly which mode you prefer to ride on? I ride a Kingsong 18XL, which is my first wheel, and the one i've learned to ride on. So far I've ridden the entire time completely on "experient mode", with the exception of trying learner mode while I was learning. Recently I've been playing around with the settings and have been trying "riding mode" I can notice some difference between these modes, and I'm not sure which one I like more now. Anyways, what are your thoughts/ experiences?
  3. 3 days in and I've got more than 100 km behind me! I feel like im picking it up fairly quick. I'm whizzing around everywhere, on road and off road, every so often trying new things to see what I'm capable of doing. I feel like a superhero who is just figuring out the extent of his powers lol I'm extremely happy with my purchase, and with how quick it's coming. Although I'm sure there are many many more advanced maneuvers to master with time. Things are going great, and this is some of the most fun I've ever had! Although my legs and especially my feet feel like I just walked across the country on them
  4. After a lengthy battle with UPS to get my parcel, I got my Kingsong 18xl yesterday I padded it up with a camping mat I bought from the dollar store, and today I went out to ride an EUC for the first time ever. I went to an empty park and field, and for the first half hour I nearly never took my hand off the fence for balance. But soon I was going 5, 10, 20 feet without needing to hold on. Eventually I got to the point where I was riding without holding on to anything for a minute straight. It felt amazing progressing and seeing how in about an hour I went from having to hold on to something constantly, to being able to ride through a field as I twisted and turned trying to keep my balance. I can go straight, but turning is gonna take some more practice The only downside is that my cheap camping mat cover is now ruined (better that than the unicycle) and my new wheel took a few tumbles and has some scrapes, but no crazy substantial amount of damage. I left it at that for today, partially because my makeshift cover was ruined, and also because my legs and feet need some rest! Lol I'm making a new cover, hopefully a bit more durable, and will be back out there again tomorrow!
  5. Hey just in case anyone is wondering, after going back and forth more than 50 times, I decided on, and just ordered the Kingsong 18XL Although i think the MSX looks like a beast of a machine, im confident that the 18xl can do everything I need it and want it to do, similar to the msx. And hopefully in a beginner friendly manner! Thank you to everyone who has helped my reach my decision! I will update sometime later
  6. @Benphysics what's the status on your KS18xl? Have you made any progress and got it working?
  7. So my wheel will be grey imported, (I'm getting it from aliexpress) can I adjust the speed settings with third party apps then? Like WheelLog? @US69 Will anything else be affected if I order a KS18xl from aliexpress.com? I'm also just looking for clarification, thanks!
  8. Anyone know the difference in range between the MSX and ks18xl? I know it's not drastic.
  9. Awesome, it works fine off road and through forests for you? If it can perform similar to the MSX in off road capabilities then that is reassuring
  10. @UniVehje Thanks for all the great input! @meepmeepmayer I think I secretly might want the MSX, but I am on the shorter side aswell, with not very long legs, will this affect my ability to ride it, or enjoyment thereof?
  11. Confused would be an understatement! Lol Yes I do believe that they are both right choices. Do you @meepmeepmayer own both of them? And that makes sense to go with the one I secretly want more!
  12. Hmmm very interesting! I really like what you said though, "some people are unwilling to adjust." I guess it's more of an unwilling, rather than an unable to adjust.
  13. @Marty Backe From what I've seen so far, it looks like a lot of the people who don't like the angled pedals on the MSX perhaps are coming from only having ridden Kingsongs, and then when they try the Gotway MSX it feels foreign to them and they take an immediate disliking to it? At least maybe in most cases? So far I've also heard that people who rode the MSX as their first wheel had no issues with the pedals. So perhaps it is just becoming accustomed to one or the other. Thoughts?
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