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  1. I'm looking to sell my IPS 400 unicycle to allow me to upgrade. It has been is a great unicycle to learn on. It's certainly not the fastest, but it's sturdy and great for beginners. IPS is a solid brand and this is a well-built and safe to ride unicycle. Color: Black Wheel Size: 16" Battery: 400wh Motor: 1000w Max Load: 120 kg I'm around ~240 lbs and the wheel has plenty of power to get me around, but it's not one of the "faster" wheels. As long as your not a speed demon or trying to go too fast, you'll be fine. I'd recommend this wheel for a beginner or for relaxed cruising around town. I typically rode it for about it for about 10 miles or so. The 400wh battery is decent, better than some of the newer ninebots. Dimensions in the box is around 16" x 24" x 22 or so. There's no app for this wheel. I'm asking $300 for it + Shipping. Ships from Norfolk, Virginia (23510) and box weighs around 30 lbs. Here's some pictures of the unicycle. It's got a few scratches on it, but still runs great.
  2. This 'sense' is called proprioception. It is incorporated into muscle memory. Proprioception Proprioception, from Latin proprius, meaning "one's own", "individual," and capio, capere, to take or grasp, is the sense of the relative position of neighbouring parts of the body and strength of effort being employed in movement. Muscle memory Muscle memory has been used synonymously with motor learning, which is a form of procedural memory that involves consolidating a specific motor task into memory through repetition. When a movement is repeated over time, a long-term muscle memory is created for that task, eventually allowing it to be performed without conscious effort.
  3. I would call it .... The Amputator! you got that right!
  4. Excellent! Thank you @esaj, this is a significant contribution, which based on the number of posts, requires a continuing contribution of your time to keep updated. Thank you again for keeping this updated and for your ongoing contributions to the EUC community.
  5. @esaj Does the original post on this thread contain the updated listing, or is the updated listing the original post and then scroll through the later posts to get updates? Thanks. Curious minds want to know.
  6. Thanks @Tomek. I had searched Alibaba, but got literally several thousand hits, most of which were not relevant. This site has a much more focused listing. Much appreciated.
  7. Thanks @esaj. I may have a line on a replacement bracket from the manufacturer, but if that doesn't work out I'll try a machine shop to see if they can fabricate a replacement bracket.
  8. I know that there must be a slew (highly technical term) of you folks that have needed replacement parts for your wheels. Where are you getting your parts from? Local EUC dealers? Direct from the manufacturer? A local machine shop?
  9. I'm not sure if this is the IPS 132 or the IPS F400. I just picked up a used F400 for $250. However, I'm walking now as I managed to crack one of the pedal brackets. BTW - If you know where I can get a pedal bracket for the IPS F400, please let me know. Thanks.
  10. I'm looking for where to purchase parts. I have an IPS F400 that has a cracked pedal shank. Is there a listing of vendors and parts for Unicycles?
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