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About edwin_rm

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    I've owned: Solowheel Xtreme, GW MCM4, KS 16B, GW Monster 84v, GW mTen3, Ninebot Z10, GW Nikola 100v

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  1. I'm nearby as well. Can ride on weekends in Iowa.
  2. Who wants to carve some corners? Let's go!
  3. So, I ran into another EUC rider while at a campground (of all places!) in the Omaha, Nebraska region. Let's get some people together and form a group of riders to explore the areas (I'll be in the region for quite a while). Hit me up!
  4. I am currently traveling the US, and am in Texas until late July. Let's meet up for a group ride!
  5. What a badass wheel! Take my money!
  6. Hint: People don't need toilet paper if they take plenty of Fiber supplements. Try it! The paper will look dry and clean after just one wipe with one ply, or two at most.
  7. While recently riding at the Marty Backe's LA EUC Tours many miles deep into an off-road trail away from civilization, the thought came to me about what to do in the event of a flat tire (which luckily, didn't happen)... Walking with the wheel would be a no-go while ~15 miles deep into a mountainous off-road trail (such as Cogswell Dam), especially on a hot weather day. Abandoning the wheel is also not much of an option due to the many miles of walking in rocky terrain, witch little to no water. So... The only option is: to ride the wheel on the rim! And trash the EUC later or replace the motor. That is what I would have done. I would have ridden on the rim and then trashed the EUC. But I am curious... What would you do in this aforementioned situation? Have any of you ever ridden on the rim?
  8. It was a great, fun event! Not only competing, but watching everyone else as well. @Rama Douglas will photos from the event be uploaded to the LAEUCgames website? Really looking forward to them.
  9. I am a former “Glydiator”. So, technically... ?
  10. Russian women do seem to have an affinity towards dances such as ballet and ballroom. No surprise to see it on EUC... 🇷🇺 :ru: 🇷🇺
  11. Indeed! EUC is the only PEV that realistically allows for Dual Wielding using two weapons, one in each hand, while still maintaining full control of all aspects of your ride (such as speed changes and directional changes) for the entire duration of your ride. Would make for a great action movie scene! Agent 007 would be thrilled I'm sure.
  12. I stay with riding EUC because: - It’s the most maneuverable PEV. Agile. - It’s the most portable PEV. Small. - Very high distance range. - Fast enough for road with cars, yet can also slow down enough to ride on sidewalk at walking speed. - Can ride on any terrain type, on or off-road. - It is very fun! The thrill sensation is great. Perhaps because it’s the most complex to learn PEV. Or perhaps because it’s great agility. Sorta like a super agile motorcycle but with a skying downhill sensation.
  13. So, the only competition where you have to use the wheel that registered with is the race, correct? For others, such as Sumo for example, you can used a different wheel? Or do you have to use the wheel you registered for the entire event? For example: race with Nikola and sumo with mten3...
  14. Get the Nikola. While both have a comparable top speed in flat terrain, not so much in hilly terrain. The Nikola can go faster uphill than any other wheel, as of the day/time of this post. I don't know the terrain in your region, but here in California is just hills everywhere.
  15. I have, but very late at night. I was the only one on the trail. Some sections are pitch black. Make sure your lights work! Also, from what I experienced, people in Sacramento go to bed early. Very easy to ride high speed in the middle of the road around the capitol and the zoo and wherever.
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