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  1. “Man, don’t your feet hurt after riding that long?” It’s a question I see frequently on the electric unicycle (EUC) forums, or get from friends and family after I tell them I just completed a 100 or 200 mile ride. My feet aren’t made of steel. My feet get tired and numb, but I’ve learned from watching others and personal experience a few tricks to make my long distance rides more comfortable. While these tips I’ll share with you will be helpful, there is one thing you’ll need to do if you’re a novice in order to comfortably last on a long ride. Condition your feet, and there is really only one way to do this — ride, ride, ride. If you’re a new rider, you need to know that there will be an adjustment period for your feet, ankles, and calves. You will be using a lot of new muscles you never knew you had. So there is really no way around the pain or discomfort you will initially experience when riding your wheel at first. You’ll just have to grin and bear it and ride a lot. Now that your feet have been conditioned and you’ve got a good 500 miles under your belt, you want to tackle the longer rides. Here are five foot positions you can practice to help your feet last longer and give you a more comfortable ride. (Read more)
  2. Hello, I am looking to buy a charger (both cables) for a Ninebot One C+ EUC. I am based in Bristol, United Kingdom. Happy to pay for postage. Looks like this but with UK plug: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Calli-Ninebot-Unicycle-Accessories-Charger/dp/B01FFOG57C Any help appreciated, thank you, Truan
  3. I still consider myself a new kid on the block in terms of my experience with riding electric unicycles. However, in the last six months, I’ve accumulated nearly 3,000 miles and an insatiable desire for long distance riding on my King Song 18XL. I commute 21 miles round trip to work every day, but I particularly enjoy long distance rides. A long distance ride for me is over 75 miles, but in the last three months I’ve been getting hooked on endurance rides. These rides exceed 100 and 200 miles and take 13–22 hours to complete. So it is from my personal experience and those who have ridden before me that I present to you 10 tips to get you ready for long distance riding on your electric unicycle. (Read more)
  4. Hello! I have designed this for anyone who would like to update the look of the wheel. https://www.eucguy.com/front-panel-module-help what are your thoughts ? i have 18 modules ready to send out, but it’s hard to find the right people.
  5. 🎁 #INMOTIONV11 Giveaway🎁 To celebrate the #inmotionV11 electric unicycle launching to the market and to feedback our fans, we decided to give away one inmotion V11 electric unicycle. Free Shipping Globally. 🔥How to enter: 1. Follow Instagram @inmotionglobal https://www.instagram.com/inmotionglobal/ 2. Follow Inmotion Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKxgWd7WPylAxexoN75Jexg 3.Like Inmotion Facebook Page Inmotion Global https://www.facebook.com/InmotionWorld 3.Comment below to tell us what's the best feature of Inmotion V11 you like. 4.Tag 3 friends that might want to get the V11 5. Join INMOTION Electric Unicycle Telegram Group and Say hi. https://t.me/Inmotiontelegram 🏅🏅🏅The winner will be announced on 15th Sep 2020. The prize, Inmotion V11 Electric Unicycle, will be shipped within this month. Terms 1. Tax for custom clearance is charged by the local custom. The winner has to pay for the tax if it's needed. 2. The winner will be randomly selected from the participants. 3. If you already follow our social media, you can still take part in this campaign. 4. If you are not interested in an electric unicycle, please don't enter the Telegram group. It's not a must to enter the giveaway campaign.
  6. Hi. I'm looking to pick up a used 16X or 18XL. Must be in great shape with original packaging. Local pickup in NYC area.
  7. I know there are a couple of us in Maine. I would like to invite all PEV (personal electric vehicle) riders to this Facebook group so we can easily communicate and possibly organize rides. I have the Onewheel, KS16S, KS16X, ONEWHEEL, KICKSCOOTER MAX AND LECTRIC XP. Im in southern Maine (Sanford) ALL SKILL LEVELS WELCOMED! https://www.facebook.com/groups/mainepev
  8. During the past month, we have sent out some V11 for review and testing. One of the frequently asked question is that if we can denoise the sound of the fan. After received the feedbacks about the noise of the fan on Inmotion V11 EUC, we noticed that most of the compaint is about the sound when it's stationary. During cruising in high speed, the sound of the fan is not noticeable. To solve the problem, we will launch a new function on the app to kill the sound at July 18th, 2020. "Fan Denoise" Function On When it's activated, and the V11's stationary. Brightness Level of the Headlight: Above 40%, the brightness level will be adjusted to 40% automatically. Meanwhile, the fan will stop. Below 40%, the brightness level will stay at the same level. Then, the fan will stop. "Fan Denoise" Function Disabled When you open the headlight, the fan will be activated no matter in what condition. If you guys have any better suggestion, pls comment below to share your thoughts or join our Telegram group chat with other passionate riders. Come and Join us: https://t.me/Inmotiontelegram
  9. I really would like a USB charger on the Veteran Sherman. I feel like this is the one essential accessory missing from this wheel. I've have successfully added this type of 12v adapter to other devices for convenience. Without yet having the Veteran Sherman there is no way for me to know the best place to tap into the board for power. I do however think this would be a great addition as it would not only allow you to add a USB adapter but just about any 12v accessory. If your only looking for a USB connection the other adapter (see photo) would work as well. Ideas, thoughts, suggestions or alternatives are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  10. About a month ago as I was shopping for a wheel, and I realized that some people had collections, i thought to myself, these lads are crazy, a wheel is a wheel. Now I own a V8F (Inmotion) been riding for 2 weeks, I love it but I've come to realize that i might need another one for different type of rides as im looking to ride off-road, and maybe one for fast rides, so finally im looking to own a minimum of 3. How about you?
  11. Two Veteran Sherman riders document 200 mile (322.4 km) electric unicycle (EUC) ride from Beijing to Ulanqab. Unfortunately, the Tik Tok video does not show the start time of the trip, which begins June 13, 2020, but what is revealed is a potential new top range and a peek into the Sherman’s battery usage. (Read more)
  12. I've published an article on Medium about the Veteran Sherman. It may be of interest for those who are new to the wheel and a reference for those who are already familiar with it. It's by no means comprehensive, but I did want to collect all the info I've learned from talking to Veteran and put it in one spot. I hope some of you find it useful. https://medium.com/@shanewhilde/what-we-know-about-the-veteran-sherman-electric-unicycle-591db2d4a70a
  13. Official Accounts: Group: https://tinyurl.com/wurvlc5 Page: https://tinyurl.com/vzqhg7b Instagram: https://tinyurl.com/u26xhx7 Youtube: https://tinyurl.com/uhyod8y Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/JjPgrRpBFxj0ofXsDQbzEw
  14. Hi, everybody!. English is not my native language, sorry. I'm from Siberia, Russia. There is place more off-road then roads..))) So extra-wide EUC is very useful here and I designed and made my own project Bublik-18 === Tyre 18x9.5 2 kW Motor wheel - china's motor, (used in CityCoco scooter) Electronics - Russian production Battery - 64x18650, 60V (need 2x more) Pedals - KS16 Frame - steel/aluminum self-made Videos of tests: on clay: on forest soil: on forest paths:
  15. Hi there, I´d really like to start a yt channel about euc. mainly it will cover the offroad part but I will make videos on the street to if I get the right eq! i find it really hard to get people to subscribe to my channel, would be great if you do so when you like what you see i hope a few of you enjoy it !
  16. Hello everyone, This is Liam Zeng, Marketing Manager, from INMOTION headquarters. It has been a while since our last update here. Thank you @Chriull for giving us a special section to discuss our new innovative suspension wheel-Inmotion V11 electric unicycle. For the past few days, tons of information and questions about #inmotionV11 coming in are collected. We will try to answer every question and update it. Please follow the topic. Thanks Landing Page: https://www.inmotionworld.com/product/inmotion-v11 Suspension Q: Suspension have any specific maintenance to be done? A: There is no special maintenace need to be done except pump in different volume of air into the suspension tube once or twice a month. Since the tube is hidden inside the cover, it's not easy to break. Q: Is it interchangeable with other options available on market? A: It's Inmotion Customized suspension tube. No other replacement available on market. Q: Compared with KS model, from my perspective, what are the main strengths of V11? We don’t have the S18 in our office so that we can’t look into the details. But the hidden design of V11 will make it more compact and not easy to break. Second, V11 design is more flexible to adjust the suspension travel by pumping different volume of air. As I know, S18 only has two level adjustment. I guess, we need to get the sample to find out or @Kuji Rolls might has the answer. Power and Speed Q:IM Live(launch event) showed a 50% more powerful motor compared to V10, and a few hours late V11 power was declared the same as V10. The reason why V11 can offer stronger power is that the size of V11 motor bearing is two times bigger than V10F. Moreover, the quantities of MOS unit on V11, 12 units, is also two times more of the V10F, 6 units. It means that V11 can bear bigger current, and not easy to overheat. The rated power of both V10F and V11 are 200W. Like extreme condition, like bumps, climbing hills, the wheel will generate mass power that is much stronger than the rated power 2000w. It might be 3000w, 4000w, 5000w in peak power. In other words, the peak power of V11 is much stronger than V10F. Q: Battery Throttling begins at and Battery and reduced speed. Big change. First time of compromise on the speed limit. It's easy to fix, but not easy to make the decision. Above 30%, Top speed 50km/h; Above 80%, Top speed, 55km/h. Btw, 55km/h is another firmware that will be shared on this forum not for standard version. Inmotion V11F Possbility Q: INMOTION always a latest F version, can we wait for a V11f soon? Is next INMOTION EUC built in suspension too? A: Currently, we don’t have any plan to launch a F-version. More time will be needed to test the first generation suspension wheel, then we will think about what’s next. IP Rating Q: Since it is was built for off-road, can we expect a more resistant monocycle in all directions (pedals, motor a axis)? Also about water and dust resistance? A: The capability of waterproof, and dust resistance is highly improved from the previous model. The IP rating of the whole body is IP 55. The battery is IP 67. And pls don’t worry about the dust might get into the controller that locates below the anti-spin button. It looks empty but it can be washed by water if the dust and mud get attached on it. Add-on Accessories Q: Is there any V11 external accessories? (smartwatch, decorative LEDs, BT speakers, pads, shell colors) Add-on accessories: Seat, BT Speakers, Decorative Ambient Light are under development.
  17. About a month ago I was planning a 125+ mile trip in Southern California, and I was searching for charging locations. There are so many EV charging stations in California I wondered if it would be possible to charge my EUC from an EV charging station. I spoke to a knowledge rider back east about the idea and he said it would be possible. I started doing a lot of research and was coming up dry, but I came across a website www.TucsonEV.com and saw that they made a J1772 adaptor for the Zero motorcycle with a C13 connection. I emailed the company and told them what I was trying to do. The owner, Rush, wrote me back and said he could do me one better and put 5-15 plug-ins on the adapter so I could just plug my charger in directly. The only hitch that anyone needs to be aware of is that your charger needs to be able to handle 240v. The adapter arrives this coming Wednesday, and if all goes well, then a whole new world will be open for charging. I have a 5A charger from eWheels that handles 240v. I'll probably be purchasing a 9A charge for my King Song 18XL too. This charger and being able to use EV charging stations will allow for some long trips with minimal charge time and time searching for charging locations. I'll update this post once I've tested the adaptor. UPDATE: I received the adapter today (June 5, 2020) and tested it out. Check out my how to video for charging your EUC at an EV charging station
  18. Hi guys, After having an EUC for 3 years, I still have bits to learn. I currently have my first wheel; MSuper V3 and my current wheel; MSX. I have my first two alarms and tiltback disabled on my MSX and haven't taken it to top speed at all, therefore, I haven't heard the warning beeps for my last alarm. What I was wondering is at 100 percent battery, it's possible to hit the last alarm at say 30mph (Not sure what it's set by default) and slow down, but if I had say 50 percent battery, would the alarm still come on at 30mph or relevant to the output power, warning you from overpowering? Is it just speed based alarms? Will the wheel allow you to overpower it, or will it always beep depending on what output it's giving? How do you know how much power output you have left, relevant to what battery percentage you have left? It's really hard to write what I'm asking haha, hopefully it comes across okay and someone can give me a solid answer. The scenario is, when I'm riding at full battery, I'm not concentrating fully on speed as I know the alarm will sound if I go too fast, whereas when the battery power is lower, I take note and slow down as I don't want to Overpower the wheel and not hear an alarm. I'm hoping the last alarm sounds when you're close to maximum output and not a set speed. If this wasn't the case, riding at 40 percent battery would be really dangerous as the wheel has less to give and possibly not even reach the speed your alarm is set at. Please can someone firstly fathom out what I'm trying to say and possibly come up with a clear answer! Thank you! Liam.
  19. What is the longest ride you've done on your EUC in one day? As of May 17, my longest ride was 138 miles. My route was the Santa Ana River Trail, beginning in San Bernardino CA, down to Huntington Beach and back. I rode with six other guys. Could have done with two charges, but didn't charge enough on the first charge. I know there has got to be some of you out there that have ridden longer. UPDATE: Here is a short summary video of my ride with Relive map at the end
  20. Hi guys! Welcome to the exciting world of EUC AVAS!!! This thread has been created to make the most of the very cool AVAS function implemented by @Seba in EUC World's latest release. While the main (official ) purpose of AVAS is to emit sounds to alert passersby of our presence, this thread wouldn't exist if our inner child weren't ecstatic about the possibility of making our wheels sound like race bikes, spaceships and jet planes... The creative possibilities are endless and some users have already begun experimenting with custom sounds, so the time has arrived to create a dedicated thread where you can find cool sound packs created by others, upload your own, share and suggest ideas, etc. First of all, a description of the basic sounds that make up AVAS, what they are, how to use them and considerations to bear in mind when creating sounds for AVAS: Engine start: This sound is played when you connect to the wheel / enable AVAS, so it should be an engine starting (whether internal combustion or a spaceship powering on). A second of idling after start-up could be a nice touch (it's worth testing before you load it to EUC World to make sure that the end of this sound matches well with the beginning of the engine idling sound the follows it) Idling: This sound is audible when you are stationary, so it can be anything from a car/motorcycle/truck engine idling sound to a helicopter or a UFO hovering. It will be played in a loop when stationary, so regardless of file length, it's important for the end and beginning to match well so the transition is seamless. This can be tested before uploading to your wheel by opening it in your favorite audio player and playing it in a loop. The same applies to all sounds that are played in a loop. Speed-dependent sound: Sound whose pitch varies according to your speed, creating a realistic effect where your engine sound matches your riding (when accelerating or decelerating, going faster or slower, etc.). Since this sound's pitch will be altered by EUC World to match your speed, it's important for it to be a flat, sustained sound: for IC engine sounds, think of sustained cruising sounds with no acceleration/gear-changing/deceleration (this can be trickier to find than you might think). It will also be played in a loop while you're riding, so a seamless transition is important. Current-dependent sound: Think of it as a turbo-charger that kicks in when you accelerate (this does not replace the speed-dependent sound, it plays on top of it). The included sound is a high-pitched whistle, but the possibilities are endless, from a NOS effect to a jet propulsion thrust to wherever your imagination takes you. I've experimented with flat sounds so far, but I'm sure there are tons of others possibilities (heavy revving, for instance?) Temperature-dependent sound: This sound can be seen as a fun alternative to temperature alarms that alert you in an entertaining way that your wheel is gradually creeping towards overheating. An excellent use-case suggested by @Seba would be for @Marty Backe's Overheat Hill™ tests: steam escaping from a boiler (steam-train style), just subtly present as the wheel reaches a warm operating temp. (50ºC, for instance) and which gradually increases in volume until you reach 60ºC (or whatever max. temp. you've set). Aside from being a fun alternative (tons of sounds come into mind: engine rattling, hissing, etc), it provides real-time temperature feedback on warm days/steep climbs, gradually increasing its presence, as opposed to a static temp. alarm, that doesn't activate until you reach the max. value you've set for the alarm. Engine off sound: Self-explanatory. Might require some fiddling to play nicely with the idling sound the precedes it. You can find a quick guide on how to install user-created AVAS packs here: Sound specifications for users thinking of creating their own packs: Most common file formats are supported (WAV, mp3, AAC, ALAC, FLAC---correct me if I'm wrong, @Seba), but it's preferable to use sounds that are uncompressed (WAV). Update: For idling, speed-dependent, current-dependent and temperature-dependent sounds it's best to use 16-bit, 32 kHz mono PCM WAV format and keep them less than 1 MB of size. This is proven to work on most Android devices. Upload suggestions/requirements (IMPORTANT!): Since this site has a limited hosting capacity and is supported by one person only, please do not upload sounds directly using the forum attachment function. We're studying the possibility of having a dedicated AVAS sound-hosting site, but for now, I think the best solution is to share download links from Dropbox/Google Drive/whatever cloud service you use. Ideally, sounds should be named so they are easily identifiable (spaceship_start.wav, spaceship_idle.wav, spaceship_speed-dependent.wav, etc.). To keep things as organized and user-friendly as possible and not have a bunch of different files scattered throughout the thread (imagine having UFO startup one page 1 of the thread and UFO speed-dependent on page 4...) our current approach would be to bundle sounds together in a zip file and upload them as sound packs. @Seba is studying the possibility of creating a sound-pack download and auto-install function at some point, which might require a specific file-naming scheme and upload route, but this feature is still on the drawing board and he's just finished an intense development stage (AVAS, Tizen Support, etc.), so I reckon he deserves a break and downloading and loading sounds packs into EUC.W manually is no big deal for users considering the amount of development time that has gone into making AVAS possible. Now it's users' time to shine, put your lockdown idle-time to good use and unleash your creativity! Pro tips: - Your phone needs to be connected to your wheel's Bluetooth audio service (like when you play music through it) for AVAS to be played through your wheel's speakers. Otherwise the sound will come from your phone. If your wheel doesn't have in-built speakers, you can easily use a portable Bluetooth speaker (I'm sure @Unventor will be happy to share his setup) - When selecting new sounds in EUC.W., you need to disable and re-enable AVAS for changes to take effect - AVAS can be enabled/disabled by assigning it to a quick gesture on your Flic button, smartwatch, tapping on the gauge on the app's main screen, etc. - Sounds can be downloaded from a numbers of free sources (Youtube, freesound, zapsplat, freesfx, etc.) and edited using the free, open-source and cross-platform Audacity audio editor, or Adobe Audition if you're using Adobe products. There are plenty if tutorials online, but who knows, maybe there'll be an AVAS-specific tutorial by someone in the EUC World Team in the not-so-distant future... - Getting sounds just right: With IC engines, a 1/4 second more or less at the beginning or end up an idling or speed-dependent sound can mean the difference between matching engine strokes and seamless playback vs. an out-of-whack AVAS. Play around until with them you get them to your liking before loading them into EUC World for real-world testing. - On that note, I've found that the best way to test sounds prior to loading them into EUC.W. is to add them to a playlist using your favorite music player and play them in order: engine on, idle, speed-dependent sound, idle, engine off and see if they play (more or less) seamlessly. I'd say that pretty much covers the basics. I'll update/edit this introductory post with any significant/relevant changes. Edit: This thread isn't exclusively for sound-file uploads: Youtube videos with real-world examples of your crazy wheel sounds are also welcome here! (whether you're riding around the neighborhood or trolleying your wheel down the hall) One last note: A lot of people expect to find a changed world when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and they can finally resume their life. Little do they know exactly how different a world they're going to encounter, full of lunatics from the future riding one-wheeled Harleys, spaceships, UFOs, helicopters, jet fighters, Millennium Falcons, Jetsons cars, etc.
  21. Hey guys! I'm fully leaning into selling my KS16x with 350km done. It's only a few months old and works perfectly, never had a crash or a cut out. I can provide pictures via text message on request. I can ship it interstate but buyer pays shipping. Asking $2350 before shipping with a little wiggle room for negotiation. Cheers!
  22. Non-questions from the S18 Q+A have been moved here. - My mistake, not 0.2C, but 0.5C, it still limiting Max power just to 630 Wt.
  23. I'd like to take a chance and introduce a smart watch that doesn't support any kind of wheel connectivity, but i'd like to know its possible. the https://banglejs.com/ and as the website says The World's first Open Source Hackable Smart Watch It's tech specs are low, but so it's the work that it does https://www.espruino.com/Bangle.js Note that it supports ble technology and you need javascript to run it! A code example : // Draw a pattern with lines g.clear(); for (i=0;i<64;i+=7.9) g.drawLine(0,i,i,63); g.drawString("Hello World",30,30); and now i'm gonna quote some text form it's spec's website https://www.espruino.com/Bangle.js Bangle.js is an open, hackable smartwatch You can easily install new apps from the web or develop your own using JavaScript or a graphical programming language (Blockly). All you need is a Web Browser (Chrome, Edge or Opera) and you can upload apps or write code to run on your watch wirelessly! Bangle.js is waterproof and AI enabled and comes with bluetooth low energy, GPS, a heart rate monitor, accelerometer and more. Features⇠ IP68 Waterproof: up to 10m underwater Nordic 64MHz nRF52832 ARM Cortex-M4 processor with Bluetooth LE 64kB RAM 512kB on-chip flash, 4MB external flash 1.3 inch 240x240 16 bit LCD display with 2 zone touch GPS/Glonass receiver (UBlox) Heart rate monitor 3 Axis Accelerometer (with Pedometer and Tap detect) 3 Axis Magnetometer Vibration motor 350mAh battery, 1 week standby time 5 x 5 x 1.7 cm case, plastic with stainless steel ring Can be disassembled with just 4 screws Power Consumption⇠ Idle, accelerometer on - 0.7mA BLE Connected in high bandwidth mode - 0.5mA Compass on - 2mA Heart rate monitor on - 2.5mA 100% CPU usage running JavaScript - 7mA GPS on - 30mA LCD on - 40mA Turned off - 0.08mA (0.6mA if turned off via Bootloader) This means that when idle (in the normal power-on state) you can expect around 20 days of battery life. Tutorials⇠ To get your computer connected, check out the Getting Started Guide To get started see the Bangle.js Development page There is more technical information below about using the LCD and onboard peripherals Tutorials using Bangle.js: There are many more tutorials that may not be specifically for you device but will probably work with some tweaking. Try searching to find what you want. Information⇠ For detailed technical information about Bangle.js, check out the Bangle.js Technical Information page There's a Bangle.js API reference here -------------------------------------------------------- Now for the last part, a question from me. Will @Seba want to play with one of these in the future, cause it's cheap and fun? Is there the slight chance we see EUC.world watchface on a smartwatch like this? Thank you for your time guys -------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer, this post is not endorsed by the watch company, i just liked its open'es and that it runs on javascript, etc.
  24. Hi All, Sorry if this addressed somewhere else. I just started with EUC about a month ago and am obsessed. I upgraded from the KS14d to the MSX and was loving the transition. 2 weeks in some dude on a bike hardcore takes me out and sends my new MSX tumbling end over end. I was able to ride it home but now the body isn't lining up (concerned about moisture and debris getting in there), does anyone know where I can get this fixed in NYC? Eager to get back out on the road and hoping to resolve this ASAP without needing to buy another one. Total newbie in this world, so any help is greatly appreciated. Best, Jordan
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