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  1. Bob Eisenman

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Any thoughts on @Hsiang 's recent Z10 crash?
  2. Bob Eisenman

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Three video frames at maybe 15-30 fps isn't slow.... perhaps 3 feet in distance before hands up.....but you be the judge....ok? @Mono My screen capture video of the source video was 28-29 frames per second at a low bit rate from Android's screen display. Frames we're extracted from that video after cropping in video post processing software for the animated GIF.
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    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Here is a Facebook link which should allow public Access https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10215873965633736&id=1583706302
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    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    That frame is before (check his shadow) not after. I made an animated gif but access to Google Drive might not work with Android app assigned permissions I used. Here is a link, you might need to download it to view: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1UspVDXovQ0HNVxwLiydEOz16DAiSOKpl Over lean...humm....
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    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    @Marty Backe I read this about bike paths in California today: http://bike.lacity.org/category/bike-lanes/ California Streets and Highways Code S&H Code 890.4. As used in this article, “bikeway” means all facilities that provide primarily for, and promote, bicycle travel. For purposes of this article, bikeways shall be categorized as follows: (a) Bike paths or shared use paths, also referred to as “Class I Bikeways” which provide a completely separated right-of-way designated for the exclusive use of bicycles and pedestrians with crossflows by motorists minimized. Bicycle Paths are designed for the use of people on bicycles and on foot. The Z10 surely rolls!
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    Tethering your wheel to your leg

    You must have visions of after dismount scenarios that play out like this: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10215872114427457&id=1583706302 Or @2:57, @3:48
  7. Bob Eisenman

    Chinese made Z-19

    A Chinese Z-19 looks to be the Asian answer to an Apache Longbow. I started reading an article about Robinson R-44 crashes posted in the LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/projects/la-me-robinson-helicopters/#nt=oft-Double Chain~Flex Feature~~helicopter-110am~~1~yes-art~curated~curatedpage And followed that with reading a post about the perils of low G 'pushovers' https://blog.aopa.org/aopa/2010/01/29/low-g-pushovers/ The Z19 video with the nose to nose Z19s doing orbits has a certain visual appeal equal only to itself. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harbin_Z-19 I used to associate the winter ice sculpture display with Harbin but now I associate the 'Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Company' with the same area.
  8. Bob Eisenman

    Tethering your wheel to your leg

    @Eugene Sazhin "Took my v10f for a ride around neighborhood. All was good , made a trip around, even went to shopping plaza couple of miles away and back. But....." I know little about the V10F automatic shutdown. There are various posts on the virtues of Gotway fast shutdowns since the early models. When I purchased my Gotway Monster, currently unusable due to a 'discombobulated' motor axle, I made a shutdown video comparison of my Ninebot One E+ vs the Monster's. The 84 volt motor Monster can be somewhat scary to watch or come into contact with following a tumble. Monster went 8k kilometers without the recent problems, dismounting awkwardly no more than about 6 to 10 times in 8,000 km. The shutdown comparison Monster's shutdown in slow motion
  9. Bob Eisenman

    Tethering your wheel to your leg

    Sorry to read that you recently crashed. Get well.......
  10. Bob Eisenman

    Tethering your wheel to your leg

    Your EUC weighs a goodly number of kilograms. If you survive a walk off do you really want that kind of force tugging on your leg, from a short leash attached to an EUC a short distance away?
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    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    The Z10 rider (looking ok in the peak of the triangular shadow to the left) raises his arms from hip to over his shoulders in about four video frames. He's out of balance in a short amount of time and off the Z10 about 6 frames later. Perhaps the rider attempted to speed up the Z10 just before passing the videographer..... resulting in a power shutoff.
  12. Shopping cart method! Remember not to rely on objects held with your hand(s) to support yourself while in motion. Stand up!
  13. This is the video. There is a second video that might interest you as well.
  14. Seems like one of two events happened. During one of Marty's uphill rides on a Z10 it just quit (to self preserve the Z10's electronics from going over something like amps or temp?). In your video maybe it momentarily quit and then restarted while your body lost balance and control. The bane of motorized single wheel recoveries. Or: Did you possibly scrape a pedal with a twisting result? I think the partial cut out is more likely but it's just a guess based on Marty's uphill experience captured on video.
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