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Sympul

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About Sympul

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  • Birthday 11/30/1976

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    Edmonton Alberta (Canada)
  • EUC
    InMotion V12 (*waiting delivery)

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  1. I've watched a few videos on some tips if you're just starting out. I have an actual unicycle and I can get around on that just fine. But I think the e-version will be a little different. I'm looking forward to testing my adaptability and reinvigorating my core / stabilizers. Should be a good bit of fun with a bunch of falls and close calls. All Gear, All The Time. That's the rule when I rode the two wheel bike, and that'll be how I use the one wheel EUC. Can't wait to give it a go.
  2. That's great news!! Imma go and look this fella up and see what they've posted. Thanks for the tip!
  3. I won't lie... I did see it and thought about bringing back my younger years. But I like the face forward of the EUC, and that max speed of 70kmph... yes please! I never had a bad spill on the WheelMan, so here's to learning new skills on the V12. Thanks everyone!
  4. Welcome!! Let's be Newbs together!
  5. Greetings to all you electric trend setters!!! I have just recently purchased an InMotion V12. And I'm here to do a bunch of reading and a lot of info gathering. I'm new to the EUC world, but I did own a WheelMan about a decade+ ago. It was a lot of fun, gas powered, off road capable and so much freedom to rip around the city. Unfortunately it was sent down a set of concrete steps without a rider (corner came up fast) and the shell cracked and the rim bent. Parts weren't easily available and it just kind of sat there for a long time. I moved on and got a motorcycle
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