Jump to content


Full Members
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Nic last won the day on January 25 2019

Nic had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

798 Excellent

About Nic

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Location
  • EUC
    InMotion V8

Recent Profile Visitors

418 profile views
  1. Didn't Germany legalise these last year? https://www.electrive.com/2019/06/19/germany-kick-scooters-now-legal-and-set-to-multiply/ Rental scooters might face a ban this year, but not personal scooters. https://www.ft.com/content/7adc822e-4ce2-11ea-95a0-43d18ec715f5
  2. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    @B08AH says he likes lighter wheels that are easier for him to manage. The only two options with suspension are both heavy (V11 far too heavy) and he is left without suitable choice, so he tells us about the things he would change (weight) to make the wheel suitable for his personal needs. It sounds like criticism, but its really just him saying that this wheel is too large and heavy for his needs and he wished that it was smaller and lighter as then he would likely buy it. We can all get a little touchy over criticism as it seems as if we are being personally criticised on our choices. Hopefully we will see some compact smaller and lighter wheels with suspension come to market. There is definitely a place for larger, heavier wheels as well as for smaller, lighter ones depending on your needs.
  3. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    Its good to be excited for new technology. The S18 has the best suspension, but who cares? ... just like we don't all drive the same car that has the best suspension, it all comes down to the overall balance in qualities that we want and like. For me, I like the V11 as its more suited to commuting than S18 and the bigger battery and great lights matter more to me than whether or not the suspension is the best. If I spent most of my time off-road on trails, or doing tricks, then S18 would be my preference. Better still, just have both. As things stand, I won't be having either at the moment as I don't have enough riding experience yet and I won't be buying another wheel until the UK updates its antiquated laws.
  4. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    You might as well point out all the flaws in EUC's without suspension ... those things are now obsolete. ... Ok, maybe not obsolete, but less desirable now.
  5. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    Maybe @Kuji Rolls is a "professional rider"?
  6. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

  7. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    In that case the V11 has a lot more torque than the V10F, so he will be less likely to overload it. Alternatively, he can eat less popcorn.
  8. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    I can see why this might be a problem as you explained it pretty well. Is it possible to set the speed limit a little lower so you get a warning instead of overload? I am just speculating here as I don't know how these behaviours are set up.
  9. Nic

    INMOTION V11 (2020)

    It sounds like he likes to ride at the limit of his wheel and would prefer to get a warning and back off a little before pushing harder again, but he is unable to do this when the wheel forces him to stop and reset (probably gives the mosfets a chance to cool down a bit). That sounds to me like the wheel is behaving in a very safe way as you are not supposed to ride it at its limits. If you want to go faster, then get a faster wheel and Darwin will take care of the rest.
  10. That's the one! ... but they changed the name to something more friendly.
  • Create New...