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  1. I call them hover... oh no. Nevermind. Some of you will get that and laugh.
  2. MR BRAD


    @buell47 - worked like a charm! Thank you so much!
  3. MR BRAD


    Thanks @buell47 - I’ll give it a try and report back.
  4. MR BRAD


    Wondering if anyone knew how to apply (inmotion calls it “transfer” in the application) the light effects to the wheel. I can “preview” inmotion’s default light effects but can not get anything to apply (er, transfer) to my V10. I have turned on the light effects elsewhere in the application and the lights work (the spinning red / teal / blue that the wheel defaults to), but that’s it. The DIY effects is also “grayed” out so I can’t even customize my own. I know I’m connected (it finds my wheel, the other features work). When I try to apply any of the six (or so) light effects I get “pop up” t
  5. Hot swappable battery packs? Charge one while riding with the capability to swap?!?
  6. Absolutely the highlights of my wheel saga thus far: 1. Moving more than three feet (ok, hyperbole, one foot!) without falling off 2. Free mounting 3. Being tagged amongst the likes of the crew above! I think a “skills” section with some division by level of talent required (maybe talent isn’t the right word?) to perform the skill.... understanding that just about everyone has relative capabilities but that we can probably agree on certain constructs. A beginner, intermediate and advanced skills breakdown would probably be apropos for most situations and subsets within each w
  7. I like the idea of a learning section and breaking it down (I tried to add tags to my original post to give it a box in which to be defined). Of course once @travsformation derailed it then all bets are off (I hope that sarcasm comes off, I always value your input!). Whatever the mods can do to help streamline the topics is great. And I very much enjoy the advice in the forum as a whole, even if it’s challenging to access. Thanks @Unventor!
  8. Awesome advice! I thought that “free mounting” was impossibly difficult and now (almost) do it without thought (yes, I still think way too much about it...). I became comfortable with the skateboard (push off) start and will try that with the “hopping” along with my “pushing” (as opposed to the foot already on the wheel) foot. I’m hopeful this skill will be just like learning the “impossible” free mount. I’ll channel the practice and fearless approach (with gear!)
  9. Second that! It seems like so much of the graceful moves depend on the ability to make the wheel perform with one leg. It’s a hard hurdle mentally to embrace though!
  10. I didn’t see a thread elsewhere, so I figured I’d start one... I know we all have our reasons and rationale for riding our wheels. Some use them for commuting. Some use them as last mile alternatives. Some use them for lazy Sunday drives. Some carve through trails. And most of us probably combine at least all of these and then some. For me, one of the guilty pleasures that attracted me to this sport, etc was the “ballet” that many in our EUC community perform. Penny spins, backward riding, 180’s, 360’s, multiple 360’s, one leg riding, crossovers, even handstands. It boggles my admittedly pea s
  11. @travsformation - thanks for the kind words. Made my day! Even a broken clock is right twice a day though!
  12. Well I know the unfortunate zeitgeist is for us to feel some kind of offense for some kind of perceived (or, to be fair, real) wrong, to pit “us against them”, “you against me” and blame it all on the republicans or the democrats or the liberals or the conservatives, to believe that all media is fake or that all cops are thugs... I could go on and I’m sure you all have an opinion. To that end, I respect that you do and I respect your right to express it. I’m guessing that in most, if not every, country represented by members herein, freedom of expression and, by extension, opinion, is protecte
  13. @Unventor are the side covers for the KS wheels easy and cheap (relatively) to swap? I think the idea of getting a second set of side covers and custom painting them would be awesome. (Haven’t gotten my “next” wheel yet, but am inching closer to an 18XL or 16X... not sure which one yet and happy (begging!) to get input.
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