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LadyPug

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  1. One more thought... I think you/EUCs are on the cusp of a transportation revolution. It’s exciting to see all the options for personal transportation that gives people the freedom of mobility that is not dependent on a car, including EUCs, escooters, one wheelers, electric skateboards, etc. and to see all the options that have come to market in just a few short years. A single wheeled self balancing electric vehicle may not be the best choice for someone like me, but perhaps the innovations happening in the market will lead to something more feasible for folks like me.
  2. Thanks for all the great feedback. There’s too many of you to quote but I agree with pretty much everything you’ve said. I DO want it, despite my reservations. I am not fit per se, meaning I am not able to run, but I have otherwise complete use of my legs, including good reaction and body balance. If you saw me walk, you wouldn’t know I had joint replacements unless I told you. I do think EUCing (is that a word?) can help build my core muscles and overall help my strength and mobility in the long run IF I train cautiously using an aide like the stroller in a way an ebike can not.. Incide
  3. Hey everyone, I’m new to the forum and am here to explore whether an EUC could be a fit for me even though I have hip replacements and don’t want to fall, pretty much ever. I discovered the EUC by accident when I was out walking my dogs and a young man zipped by me on his wheel. IMO, he was traveling much too fast for the bike path we were on and zipped by so fast I couldn't even tell you if he wore protective gear, but as a former motorcyclist, I was intrigued about this mode of transportation and wanted to know more. I've watched a ton of videos and read a number of posts, chec
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