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RoadRunner last won the day on October 22 2018

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  1. RoadRunner


    Petra is getting creative
  2. Stop thinking, just buy it, the mten 3 is a great little fella.
  3. Well that’s the lean i have to make when i see Police here in Germany, we are Criminals.
  4. Went to visit my dad today with my wheel. 48 miles to get there and 48 miles back. We grilled while my wheel was charging, it was a great day and a great ride, but now i am a dead man. Some pics from the ride.
  5. E scooters yes but all the rest not. Euc‘s are seen as motorized vehicles, you need insurance which you can’t get and a drivers license.
  6. Hoverboards, Segways, electric scooters and unicycle wheels could be seized police warn Adults risk a £300 if they or their children are caught using an electric powered vehicle illegally and having the transport seized after a number of instances in Gloucester. Electric powered vehicles being illegally used on pavements and cycle paths could be seized as police launch a new crackdown on anti-social behaviour. Officers from Gloucestershire Constabulary have issued the warning after "a growing number" of instances where they have been used by many people around Gloucesterunaware they are committing an offence. Current legislation bans powered transporters - which includes electric scooters, e-hover boards, electric powered unicycle wheels and e-Segways - being driven on public pathways. Although many are available to buy from high street stores, they cannot be ridden freely on the country's streets. They can only be used on private land with permission of the land owner. They must also be registered to be used on the road. Now Gloucestershire Constabulary said the force will seize the vehicles if they are used illegally on pavements and cycle paths and said parents could face prosecution is their children are caught using the vehicles illegally. Adults using e-scooters on the street are committing the same offence of using a motor vehicle with no insurance, and risk a £300 fixed penalty notice and six points on a driving licence. Chief Inspector Al Barby said: "While these may seem like fun and environmentally-friendly ways of getting around, these vehicles can be dangerous to other road users as well as to the riders themselves. @stephenjust found this. Same shit like here in Germany 🤮
  7. The safest is, wait a little save some more money and buy a wheel from a good dealer where you have good service. Just my two cents.
  8. If it’s from ebay Kleinanzeigen here in Germany then forget it there are a few scammers around selling big wheels for little money. They won’t accept paypal only bank, and if you want to pick up the wheel he won’t have time Had this a few times in the last weeks. They just take your money and bye bye
  9. I think that guy just wants to rip off some people who will send the 600.
  10. https://www.tyres-outlet.co.uk/product/cst/c-1488/16x3.00--/r-383219
  11. I had all three tires on my 16X and i would say the CST is a mix between CYT and CX. It has less Gyro feel than the CX but definitely more than the CYT.
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    Great video Seage
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