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  1. Hi all! I've been having a lot of fun talking to folks about their wheels and researching potential wheels as my first major EUC purchase after my training Ninebot One E+. I had intended to make a wheel purchase in the spring when the weather gets better but on a family ride yesterday, my daughter moved ahead on her OneWheel at around 15MPH, and my E+ didn't like it when I tried to push it beyond 12MPH to keep up. Time to get off this training wheel. I had some great discussions and I really like the KS18XL for what it offers as a great all-rounder wheel that's stable and refined,
  2. Hi everyone, Been looking at my first EUC for sometime and must say im so lucky to be part of this community. I have been looking at different specs, pricepoints, brand reputation etc. Looking for an EUC that will help with my almost 3 mile commute in the mornings to my Bus Stop and return at the end of my work day. I must say I will probably not ride any EUC for sometime that I can safely jump off of at any speed (dont know what that max is yet!). Some requirements would be a good battery, strong motor and easy to transport/carry. I am more and more drawn to (2) opti
  3. About a year ago, I bought an InMotion V8 secondhand for $550 (it had about 500 miles on it). It was a great wheel to learn on, and it turned out to be perfect for commuting. At only 30 pounds, it wasn’t too heavy to lug up the stairs in the train station and up to the second floor of MetroLink train cars. It topped off at 19 mph, but that was plenty fast for my six-mile wheel commute each way (four miles from Cerritos to the Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs MetroLink station, and two miles from the Glendale MetroLink station to work). The trolly handle was very easy to engage and disengage, which
  4. I've been riding my msuper daily for 6 months, putting 2000km on the odometer. The only issue I ran into was the pedals coming loose after about 1000km - it took a few hard falls which probably caused/worsened the issue, as well as breaking some screw mounts and cracking a side panel. I confess I rode it with the telltale wobble for several hundred km before deciding to open it up and see if I could do something about it, creating much more of a mess for myself than if I'd done something sooner. The nuts and shims were loose and rusted, and the axle was slightly rounded where the shims grip it
  5. I've done it! My wheel is finally being used as intended as my means of getting to and from work. No falls or unwanted step-offs for the whole journey. I got off once by intention to cross a busy bridge (4km into the journey on the charts) with a narrow sidewalk. When things get narrow I still get wobbly so this was a good move for now. A mistake here means a 6" drop into a busy road with little room for drivers to avoid me. The only other times I stopped was for a crosswalk signal (7km into the charts) and another crosswalk near the end. I used some street furniture to keep balance as I wait
  6. Hello everybody! I was recently introduced to the forum by @Marty Backe through his you tube channel (thank you!) and I've been reading posts like crazy . A little bit of background about me. I live in Arlington, VA (about 15 min away from Washington DC) and I'm a college student and a business owner of a pet sitting company (https://www.idogdc.com/). I'm interest in finding a more efficient way to move a lot around the city from house to house for work than a car and to combine/substitute it with the metro (subway) as its not very reliable and moving through the city by car and find
  7. Just saw a super inspiring video of 'barefoot' Ted (the ultra-marathon runner) about eWheels: He talks about re-imagining the future of urban transportation. This is what I have been thinking about a lot recently; the amount of cars and big roads is just crazy. Even if all cars would be electric, it still has such a profound impact on how a city looks and how we get around (and traffic jams are not solved by electric cars). I would love to see cities to be more friendly for EUC's instead Imagine, smooth dedicated asphalt paths with bridges and tunnels so there will be few traffic stops -- ac
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