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trya last won the day on January 4 2018

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  1. Happy New Year, fellow wheelers - from Yuri Borodin
  2. I personally normally would go over 20-23 kmh on it, and love it anyway for its weight, agility and compactness.
  3. That's right, the author is Yuri Borodin aka dedborodin. He told me he made only 3 pieces of this. Maybe you found it on this forum? This picture was used as a prototype:
  4. This is amazing, @pico. You are The Inspirer! or The Inspiritor? or both
  5. ... speaking about English as a second language: I really thought first that @Marty Backe's comment is about the body parts ... especially after viewing the mesmerizing @Mike Sacristan's videos ....
  6. latest from Yuri Borodin... Speed
  7. good plan! looking forward to it
  8. The Gorge in the fall... Last windsurfing session was yesterday, today is colder - mid 50 - wheeling with Olga after the rain.
  9. I just couldn't resist reposting this from @Irina Instagram
  10. so glad you got it! fun, fun, fun wheel
  11. Thank you, @Jorge RT for sharing this mod! In order to solve the issue with the low clearance for mountain trails, I've made a similar "quick-and-dirty" 20 minutes mod, using just a dremel tool, without even taking the wheel apart. As you can see on the pictures, I cut off significantly less than Jorge, but with this cut - I didn't touch the telescopic handle and I didn't violate the waterproofing - there is no need to re-seal, I think (although this part was not really important for me). Even this relatively small cut solved most of the clearance issues for me. As to replacing the tire - I will think about it, because it will probably make the wheel a bit more difficult for freestyle, which is my equally important second use case for this great MCM5
  12. Dance #2 Now... Who is going to try this?
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