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Johnny Rocket 98908

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  1. I just received my Sherman from ewheels on Friday,  I only noticed the pedal on sharp turns. I scraped my pedal on a 180 turn, but it doesn't concern me. I am more concerned about the tire wobbles,  mine has a slight one that I need to work on.

  2. On 1/8/2021 at 10:59 AM, conecones said:

    Sorry, but there's no way to validate that person is 70 years old with this potato cam footage..This could be a teenager for all we know :lol:

    There's such a huge range in physical/mental abilities in people that I don't think age should be a factor. I have a 80+(actual age unknown) yr old grandma that can navigate both IOS and Android devices better than anyone else in my family. She was also hit by a car 2 years ago while crossing the street and suffered nothing more than a few scrapes. Her friend she slightly bumped into still hasn't recovered and still can't walk. It's too bad she has no interest in riding my EUC but I would not doubt her ability to learn lol.

    On the flip side a 30 year old co-worker tried my V8 in the office and on the first bail, badly twisted his ankle followed by falling flat on his face - arms at his sides. There's no hope for him.

    He actually is 70, and he loves to ride.  It helps that he is in good physical condition.

  3. On 9/18/2020 at 7:59 AM, Scottie said:

    Now I have got to know how in the EUC World did you find out about this video? :confused1: Did he yell that he was posting it and the name it would have????????

    It was posted on FB, then a friend of mine tagged me in the comments - this happens about once a month in my town, since I ride on the roads all over town.

  4. On 1/17/2020 at 3:14 PM, Aneta said:

    Shopping cart or baby stroller will do wonders, you'll learn much, much faster. Also, use a leash, you will have much less scratches and dents.

    I used a walker that had brakes, and a belt as a leash … Also wore shin guards while learning, helps reduce the shin badges ...

  5. I started with a hoverboard that I got for my birthday, took me 5 min to learn, 1 month later my wife showed me a youtube vid of an EUC, one month later I bought a used one for $180 (14" Freeman). Took me quite a while to learn, 5 weeks and many bruises later I could ride. Then came a V8, Mten3, 16x, and now MSX Pro HS. Hooked for life ...

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