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Jonathan Taylor

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  1. Time to move on to the future of EUC's and get the suspension wheel. I firmly believe it will take your riding experience to a whole other level.
  2. How did you mount your power pads? I actually have a set coming in next week for my Tesla.
  3. I've got the Merlin Hamlin Hoody. It has dupont kevlar lining and CE approved armor. It comes with your typical shoulder and elbow protection and does have back protection(but is very light and flimsy, probably more for skid protection.) It's very comfortable and feels like I'm not wearing it. With that being said I live in Texas so during summer it gets pretty hot. I typically will ride when it's cooler in the morning or evening around 93/94 degrees. Hoodie feels great and fine for about the first 40 minutes then it starts to get hot. I'd say it's more of fall/spring hoody.
  4. What size rubber washers are needed to tighten the control board? My Tesla V2 does the same thing and in my month of ownership I thought it was normal.
  5. I use dr. scholl's with my converse shoes for riding and it has helped reduce foot pain.
  6. I'm in the Dallas area. We have a facebook group for DFW EUC riders called Electric Unicycle DFW. I typically will go on a Thursday night group ride with some one wheelers, but there are a few of us with EUC's. We meet up in Richardson head to a restaurant for food and charge(if you need it) then head back. https://www.facebook.com/groups/260772651848911
  7. Well gave it two days for my body to relax and headed over to a local high school parking lot to get some more practice in. I did a one hour session. Not perfect, but I am able to mount and stay on. I don't know what happened, but my body just clicked for whatever reason and is instinctively doing things on it. For example one foot might be pushing down to speed up while the other foot is pressing back with the heel to brake for turning. Also one side of my body will just hug the side of the wheel when I need to turn. It's like my body just knows what to do. There must be some voodoo st
  8. Greetings, I just received my solo wheel 3 yesterday and began learning how to ride. I know alot of people talk about foot or leg soreness after riding especially a beginner. I have not experienced that, but do experience quite a bit of lower back soreness from learning to ride. I just want to confirm this is normal or what I might need to do to remedy the situation? Stance? Maybe it's from leaning over to adjust the solowheel after it falls? The other question pertains to keeping the EUC going straight. It seems that every time I mount I get going a couple of yards in a straig
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