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  1. Ah, just saw your reply in the other thread. I have a dead one available still if you still need one
  2. I saw these pads, loved the look, and bugged @redfoxdude to sell me a pair. Of course I made a little video riding with them:
  3. I team up with a buddy and we talk about some basic EUC tricks including going down stairs and curb hopping. Let me know what you think and if there's other tricks we should cover in the future.
  4. I definitely realize how lucky we are after chatting with riders in the UK. Trying my best to promote these vehicles to an international audience, and hopefully some day we can have EUCs and PEVs fully legalized everywhere.
  5. Music video from our last group ride with some awesome shots of EUC riders.
  6. Generally the dealer or seller you purchased it from should be able to supply you with a new one. Where did you buy it from?
  7. Not sure if you're still taking votes, but I have to throw this one by @Wraith Rider in the mix: Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCc1Yq9VYm0
  8. Build quality is amazing, maybe the highest quality scooter I've ever ridden. The locking mechanism felt super secure to me and was easy to operate, I'm not sure how it holds up over time. There was also zero play in the handlebars. I think the Weped GT is super stable at speed, but has a lower top-end than the Dualtron Thunder. It's definitely a high quality scooter and I hope it does well, because I'd love to see more Weped scooters imported.
  9. Made a little dedicated Weped GT50 review video. I gotta say, Weped is definitely good at delivering a quality product. Both EUC and scooter manufacturers could learn from them.
  10. So much depends on speed and elevation that it’s hard to say. I would venture 70-80 miles no problem for you though riding conservatively on fairly tame conditions. That’s such a beast of a wheel and I think you would have plenty of range. (I’ve never tested myself, just guessing based on my experience with other wheels)
  11. I haven't done it myself, but I think it's doable if you have some simple mechanical skills.
  12. Not quite a full review, but testing out the Monster and give a few impressions during a group ride in San Francisco.
  13. I haven't owned one for a while, but I've had a few friends who do own them. So far the primary issue I've seen is with the rear shocks needing to be replaced, nothing besides that so far. I think the Speedway V scooters are selling very well actually, many sellers constantly running out of stock. Not sure why there's not more videos on YouTube, I'd like to make more.
  14. Hah, interesting - I don't really notice a problem with grip. They don't hit my side pads since they're higher, but if you have lower padding I could see that happening. A little bit worried about them scratching up the shell though. Yeah, I don't really like the heel. You can take them to a cobbler to get them re-soled, which I will probably do at some point when I get a new pair.
  15. Made my day, thanks Marty! 😊 Hope to see and compete with you in the LA EUC games!
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