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I've never ridden one of these things yet but keep looking at them a little enviously when I see them. I'd prefer to get something 2nd hand as I suspect it will get damaged while I'm learning. I'm not looking to commute but just wanted a fun transport to do errands nearby. I'm unlikely to go off road. A cruising speed of around 15mph would be fine. I weigh about 96Kg or 211lbs and I'm roughly 190cm or 6'3" tall. Not sure if there's an age "limit" on these things but I'm in my mid fifties though I'm fairly athletic. I'll stop there otherwise this will begin to sound like a personal add. Any suggestions for a good solid wheel, preferably second hand? Do folk get stopped by the police riding these things in London? Thanks for reading Mike
Hi, This is my first post... I'm aged at level 41, close to a level up and weighting about 90kg. A year ago, I did testdrive the Solowheel, now I will finally order my first wheel. It is mainly meant to replace the car on short distances and live along with the car, in order to accommodate for distance parking.... Even considered using it for the commute to my workplace, but frankly, that would be suicide :-( Currently, after reading this forum for hours, I tend to a KingSong 14C 800W 680WH. Although I'd like a bigger wheel, it shouldn't take any place in the trunk of the car... As I understand, non-Asians should take the stronger motor, therefor I tend toward the 800W version. What do you think about that choice? Locally I could get both Solowheel and Ninebots. Second question, what about rain? Are there any known problems with water and EUCs? I saw one youtube video with I think two KingSongs riding in a pond, about 10-15cm deep. Confused T'Gellan