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Electric unicycle online communities have been vigorously discussing best practices for EUC storage in light of recent reports of wheels bursting into flames. Fire blankets being the most widely discussed method of protection. Begode even issued a letter to help alleviate public fear. YouTubers sponsored by eWheels began making calls to temporarily boycott Begode until the company addressed its quality control issues. However, Begode’s efforts weren’t satisfactory to eWheels owner Jason McNeil. According to Marty Backe, who runs the fourth most viewed YouTube channel about EUC’s in the U.
Four and half months ago, I began planning a 300 mile ride. Nineteen days ago my Monster Pro arrived, and since then I’ve ridden 425 miles in preparation for this long distance ride. I will not being doing this ride solo. No, I’ve found six other crazy riders with Monster Pro’s that will be accompanying me on this 22.5 hour ride. (Read more) I will be posting updates of our trip on my Facebook page EUC Addict. Our ride begins this Sunday, April 4, at 4:00 am PST. I pray nothing catastrophic happens during our trip and that all will go smoothly. If you’re interested in doing a ride similar
October 2020 I published an article about using a J1772 adapter to charge your electric unicycle (EUC) at EV charging stations. In that article I included a demonstration video of how to use the adapter. Despite its niche use within an already niche sport the video and article were relatively popular. The adapter has been a game changer for riders in SoCal and elsewhere, but while planning a couple of future rides I discovered that there are unique situations where EV chargers aren’t available and neither are regular 5-15 outlets. (Read More)