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About JZT-Colorado

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    Fort Collins, Colorado
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    Nikola+, KS16X, V10F, OneWheel Pint and XR

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  1. The Nikola is probably better at night, with brighter and fancier lights.. plus BT speakers... so the Nikola is a better "party wheel." Any other situations where the Nikola is superior to the MSX?
  2. Are there any riding situations where the MSX is clearly superior?
  3. Marty, do you prefer the MSX for rides like this (over the Nikola and/or 16X) for the larger wheel and greater stability? i also saw that Chooch has recently gone back to his 100v MSX too...
  4. I'll be doing a Fort Collins ride tomorrow... if anyone wants to join, just DM me or call or text (if you have my number... if you don't, just ask in DM).. -J
  5. @Jimmy Chang, You said you bought another wheel from eWheels.com, what did you get? :-)
  6. If y’all are willing to come to Fort Collins, I know an AWESOME trail ride we can do! Who’s in?
  7. Just picked-up a 100v Nik+!

    1. tessa25

      tessa25

      Congratulations! You've got a few more to buy to catch up with @Marty Backe.

  8. Just weighing-in here my own opinion: Of course I agree with weatherproofing, and that should be a given... but for me, I'd really like the Big Three (Kingsong, Gotway, Inmotion) to bring us options that have MORE power & torque (which I equate with SAFETY & fun, not necessarily speed, as I'm fine with 50kph) -- along with STABILITY (I'm not a fan of wobbles), but without making it as big as a tank. Sure, the Monster is powerful and stable, but it's also so massive that it loses nimbleness and quite a bit of convenience of being able to get up and down stairs as well as off-road capability. This would likely mean a compromise of battery life, but hey, we already have wheels with massive battery life, and I rarely ride more than 25 miles on a charge. What I'm looking for might have specs like this: 18" wheel for STABILITY 2400w motor 1000wh battery 40 pounds or LESS! In the car world, this is more of a Ferrari than a Camaro, if you get my reference. And if it looked more like a Ducati and less like a Roomba, that would be a plus too. -J.
  9. This is great feedback! The two polar opposites on the spectrum are probably the M10 and the Monster... Of those two, would you say that the M10 would provide more opportunities for learning?
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