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  1. Hallå Verkar ju inte precis krylla av dessa manicker i Sverige ännu, men kanske är det åtminstone någon mer än jag som har köpt en och skulle vilja träffas för en "körning". Jag är boende i Bålsta och har för avsikt att göra stadskörningar nu till sommaren med sikte på Uppsala, och Stockholm som främsta platser. Samlingstråd för Svenska EUC förare på detta forum är härmed skapad. Droppa en rad ifall du också gillar att köra EUC och huserar i detta avlånga land. Med vänlig hälsning Fredrik
  2. Okay let’s face it... for us hard core riders out there it’s been a fight between the MSX and the Z10 though personally I think it’s a superior wheel even without the detailed experience of the z10 I’ve had to make quite a few customizations to my wheel. share what you’ve done and perhaps it would inspire me and others! Here’s a list of things I’ve done: 1. Put ACM padding on my MSX 2.lowered pedal angles 3.outdoor hiking light mounted by Velcro 4.el wire(three strips u see in the pic) to be visible from the side 5. Mud guard 6. Slime into inner tube 7.put more grip tape as the ones on the pedal were wearing out.
  3. 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.
  4. Hello to all! I've taken the liberty to write this post cause me and @Marty Backe decided to help European riders get their hands on a Pebble Watch, which is "THE BEST" companion smartwatch for an EUC rider out-there, specialy when using the new and revamped EUC.world application for Android This is a "project" that came to life after the need for European riders that can't get their hands on a Pebble cause there are NONE in Europe (ebay and others). More here https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/13403-euc-world-application-online-service/ EUC.world is an app that does everything an EUC rider needs, plus in latest version has full suport of Kingsong wheels, and more. You can always check out information and changelog on the euc.world website here https://euc.world But first things first, transparency. It all started here https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/13403-euc-world-application-online-service/page/36/?tab=comments#comment-288829 After you have a grasp of how what and why i'm asking the big question : Do you want me to send you a Pebble watch after a group buy is in place? If YES just reply on bellow this post and i will personally contact you over PM's with PayPal information, and when the orders have been completed from your side to my side, i'll wire the money to @Marty Backe and from his side in the US he will buy the Pebbles, send them to me and when i get them i'll start sending small parcel packages to each and every one that has chipped in on the group order. I'll contact my local post office tomorrow to get the latest prices for small packets with tracking (ELTA Hellenic Post in Greece) that will cost about 5~7€ per package and report back here with more information. Disclaimer : I'm not trying to take advantage of any user of the forums, that is why i've teamed up with @Marty Backe on this, we don't want you to trust us blidly, just that we want to help our fellow forum members, to give them a change on getting a Pebble watch from Europe without the extra ±30$ of shipping (~25€ and more) for one! And last, i'm not going to be able to send any Pebble to a user that hasn't sent the total of the order thru PayPal as a completed order, not pending ones, only completed and fullfiled transactions. Thank you for taking the time to read this And the list of interested users : @Χρήστος Γεωργαμπλοπουλος @archieuc @Tasos Athanasakis @travsformation @mkosterlund @Will R @Lode @Werner Last to join our cause is @Seba !! And @archieucwants two so, he have 10+2 one for @RAFAL M and one for @Afeez Kay =12 in total Users that have paid the shipping :
  5. Almost a year ago I was bitten by the EUC bug and my life changed... for better! Not only I returned to my twenties, but my interests gradually increased towards embedded systems, DIY and hardware. Afterwards I found myself comfortable in this excellent community full of positiveness seemingly also induced by the EUC bug I'm going to disclose that I've been living around hardware without much care more than 20 years as a professional computer scientist/engineer. Also I want to admit I've changed (sub-)industries a lot because I've never been truly happy with my job, I've always had the feeling that something was missing. Now I believe that this has always been the hardware-itch which I never dared to scratch because of how complex it looked like, but it never went away. After reading many times here that EUCs are "simple machines" I finally plucked up the courage to humbly ask all the pros/gurus/hackers/DIYers of this forum for recommendations that teach basic electronics for dummies ultimately to understand, in the long term, how EUCs work. Note that I'm not asking for all-in-one dense books that require having a masters to read more than 10 pages Bonus points if you go the Open Source/Hardware route Thank you!
  6. 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
  7. Hey, just wondering if anybody is or knows anyone who has an EUC in Regina Saskatchewan Canada 🇨🇦 Trying to organize a group ride but their are not many around... Thanks!
  8. https://www.mini-j.world/accueil/actualites-mini/new-segway-ninebot-euc/ SPECS Weight Z10 = 22kg 48lbs ninebot one z 18寸宽版 1200w 35速 580wh ¥4999. 1500w 40速 860wh ¥7999. 1800w 45速 1000wh ¥9999. Z6 TOP SPEED 35 KMH BATTERY 574WH MOTOR 1200W CHARGE NOMINALE 40-55KM 150KG ANGLE D ESCALADE/ANGLE CLIMB 20° Z8 second modele name is DARK NIGHT TOP SPEED 40 KMH BATTERY 862WH MOTOR 1500W CHARGE NOMINALE 60-80KM 150KG ANGLE D ESCALADE/ANGLE CLIMB 25° z10 final fantasy TOP SPEED 45KMH BATTERY 1000WH MOTOR 1800W CHARGE NOMINALE 80-100KM 150KG ANGLE D ESCALADE/ANGLE CLIMB 25°
  9. I asked the same question on reddit, but I'm interested to see what the forum people have to say. I know @Marty Backe wants tilting headlights, I would like to see suspension. So far some responses have been: -Waterproofing (I guess better since it's currently pretty splash proof, but mostly without official ratings) -Lighter wheels -Easier ways to change tires -No cut offs -Open source EUC controllers
  10. I've come across the following images on Facebook groups/pages And i believe that this upside pot is the best EUC stand ever
  11. So I’ve beem wondering a lot lately about the legality of EUC usage here in the states. I’ve seen the post about them cracking down in London and heard that China basically has an all out ban on them in public areas so it makes me wonder about the good’ol USA. I am aware of the law protecting Segways , granting them permission to be ridden pretty much anywhere an electric wheelchair can go and basically considering them to be “pedestrians “. I also know that the reason Segway-Ninebot was able to do this is because they limited the speed too speed of most of their products to 12.5mph (roughly as fast as a human being would sprint ) .So obviously most EUC’s wouldn’t technically fall in this category. I am the only person with an EUC in my town ...and as far as I know the only one in about 100miles . I commute to and from work everyday and the police office is 2 blocks from my house . Today I stared going and riding around the back parking lot of the PD/FD (they have cones and stuff that are fun to zig-zag through ?) and have had really positive responses from them. Even passed out my 2 remaining Ewheels business cards to the officers tonight since they seemed really interested in the wheel . Offered to let them try it out but they said they couldn’t because they were on duty . So with that all said I’m just wondering how law enforcement in other areas of the county react .
  12. For me there has been a long development process in my progression of learning to ride an ECU. I’m presently about to pass the 300km mark on my first wheel (9BotE+), and I find myself still acquiring new skills with every ride. My personal experience of learning has been very different from that of many of the boasts I’ve read in forums (1 hour and I was bored of my slow wheel). Granted, I did take those with a grain of salt, armored up and put in the time to learn the wheels. Developing the skills necessary to ride an EUC has been truly rewarding, and now I can’t imagine life without one; I would be a bird without wings. For those learning, I thought I’d put together a list of keystones in my progress. For the old hands among us I curious how your progression differed. First 2.5 hours – Clinging to handrails/walls, holy smokes, is this even possible! Next 1.5 hours – A small window of hope – I started to ride 5 to 10m without a handrail. By 3km – I was able to ride around a soccer pitch, reacting but with little control. By 6m – I was riding a dirt running track, staying in lanes. By 10km – I was able to complete wide purposefully turns (right was easier than left) By 15km – I was riding the quieter streets of the neighborhood. By 20km – I was started doing longer rides – 10km+ on trails/bike paths. By 40km – I started riding busier 40kph streets. Steeper slopes, rough terrain less intimidating. By 90km – Started commuting to work, negotiating cross walks, bike lanes and heavier traffic. By 120km – Traffic awareness greatly increased. Queuing in on sound, looking back and over shoulder. Foot fatigue becomes less of an issue. By 200km – More confident in traffic. Tight turns, stops and takeoffs are becoming second nature. By 300km – Riding has become mostly effortless. It’s now easy to zone out and become too comfortable, perhaps this is the most dangerous phase of the learning curve. Still working on: Good foot placement each time on takeoff, reverse still difficult, balancing on one leg, still not a confident nighttime road rider, takeoff in difficult surface conditions, balancing at a full stop (for stop signs). I felt I had initially outgrown my 9BotE+ at around 80km, though now I’m glad I didn’t upgrade. 220km latter and I’m still learning a lot on my original wheel, largely control and awareness. After many spills and being dropkicked by a dog @ 15 kph the poor little wheel has taken a beating but still runs great! I’ve worn ankle, wrist, knee, elbow guards and full-face helmet from the beginning and have come out relatively unscathed. So much of riding an EUC is building strength and muscle memory. It’s a true satori experience, with dramatic realizations of growth. I find these moments exhilarating. What’s your experience?
  13. Hello EUC-Rider, wir sind Felix und Juli aus Deutschland, Berlin. Wir fahren seit ca. 1 Jahr Einrad und lieben es. Wir haben inzwischen auch so ziemlich alles an Einrädern getestet und im Flur zu stehen. Unsere Favouriten sind ganz klar das GOTWAY Monster und das GOTWAY MSX. Viele unserer Freunde haben wir auch bereits "infiziert" und wir verleihen alle unsere Einräder, damit immer mehr Leute es ausprobieren und Freude daran haben. Seit August diesen Jahres sind wir mit dem Wohnmobil und dem Einrad in Europa unterwegs (mehr als 2.000 km durch Schweden, Dänemark, Belgien, Spanien, Frankreich, etc...in dne letzten Monaten). Unsere Touren zeichnen wir auch immer auf Komoot auf (Beispiel: https://www.komoot.de/tour/101095429?ref=wtd). Im nächsten Jahr (Februar/März) wollen wir mit dem Wohnmobil durch Californien fahren. Natürlich wollen wir auch dort nicht auf unsere Einräder verzichten. Leider ist es nicht so einfach bzw. so gut wie unmöglich unsere Einräder nach Californien zu bekommen. Kennt sich vielleicht jemand von euch damit aus? Hat schon mal jemand ein Einrad (GW Monster/MSX) verschickt? Kann man in Californien Einräder kaufen oder leihen (vielleicht auch von privat)? Vielen Dank für Eure Hilfe. Julia und Felix -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello EUC-Rider, we are Felix and Julia from Germany, Berlin. We have been unicycling for about 1 year and love it. We have now tested pretty much everything on unicycles. Our favorites are clearly the GOTWAY Monster and the GOTWAY MSX. We have already "infected" many of our friends and we rent all of our unicycles so that more and more people try it out and enjoy it. Since August of this year we have been traveling in Europe by camper and unicycle more than 2,000 km through Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Spain, France, etc ... in the last few months). We always record our tours on Komoot (example: https://www.komoot.de/tour/101095429?ref=wtd). Next year (February / March) we want to drive through California with the camper. Of course we don't want to do without our unicycles there either. Unfortunately it is not so easy or almost impossible to get our unicycles to California. Maybe someone of you knows about it? Has anyone ever shipped a unicycle (GW Monster / MSX)? Can you buy or rent unicycles in California (maybe privately)? Many thanks for your help. Julia and Felix
  14. I was looking for an option for driving in the winter. Winter in Drammen, Norway is very varying. From rainy day with 5°C to -15°C snow. Some days a very icy. I have been looking for studded tires. But to no avail. The closest thing I found was studs that could be screwed into the tyre. But that needed at least 6,2 mm rubber thickness. The tires I found was between 5,5-6 mm. I didn't want to chance it. One bump and the stud would puncture the tyre/tube. In the end I ended of with the following solution. I screwed in 196 screws through the tyre from the inside out. Then I added two layers of tube that i glued to the inside of the tyre. To protect the inner tube from puncture and wear and tear. I have now ridden my Kingsong KS18L for about two weeks in total. It has worked great. The only time I struggle is when it has snowed a lot, and people has walked in the snow. Before the road has been cleared. Else it has been worked great. I have some suggestions for making it better. It would be nice to get a thin, strong mesh to clue on the inside of the tyre over the screw heads. Any suggestions on where I could get this?
  15. Just Over 50 miles of usage. Purchased this wheel and the V10f at the same time. I'm keeping the V10F so the Z10 is now for sale. My asking price is $1700. Shipping is included. I can also ship internationally.
  16. Read more on project page: https://github.com/EGG-electric-unicycle/documentation/wiki EGG Electric Unicycle is a DIY and OpenSource design that can be customized for specific needs (more batteries, powerful motor, lights, etc). Main characteristics of current version: Max velocity up to 30km/h 2 battery packs making a total of 264W (range of 20kms on flat roads with a rider of 100kgs) 500W motor, 14 inches wheel Bluetooth for configuration and reading in real time the speed, current, board temperature, etc Video promotional: Video "EGG Electric Unicycle - promotion at Makerfaire Lisbon":
  17. Grüß Euch / Hi All, Deutsch: Ich würde mich freuen, von anderen Einradsüchtigen in Österreich zu hören, und vor allem wo und welche trails ihr so befährt ! Ich werde von Zeit zu Zeit ebenfalls Fotos und Infos von netten EUC Touren posten, die ich gemacht hab. Postet in Englisch oder Deutsch, wie ihr wollt. English: I want to start an Austrian group. Feel free to post in English or German (I live during the week near the UN-City in Vienna, and spotted some EUC riders entering it, maybe they don't speak German). From time to time I'll post infos and fotos about nice EUC trails here in Vienna or in Styria, where I originally come from. Maybe others can do the same for the areas they live in. Cheers, HtG
  18. Please read last post for last updated price in promo Main Features: ●Single wheel unicycle for the new future of balance scooter ●The light for warning people and cars at night ● The 550W motor provides the max 25km/h speed and max 18 degree gradient ● 288Wh 4.0Ah Li-ion battery ( included in product ) for 35 - 40km mileage and 3.5 hours charging time ●14 inch rubber inflatable tire for different grounds ● Aluminum alloy frame for max 120kg payload ● Support the APP ( scan the QR code from the manual to download the APP ) management and Bluetooth 4.0 version ● Suitable for the adult and teenagers play in the wide road, grassland, slope, etc. ● Input voltage: 100 - 240V Specification General Brand: INMOTION Type: Unicycle For: Adults,Teenagers Wheel Number: 1 Wheel Seat Type: without Seat Folding Type: Folding Parameters Max Payload: 120kg Maximum Speed (km/h): 25km/h Battery: Li-ion battery Battery Capacity: 4.0Ah Basic Information Product weight: 11.9000 kg Package weight: 15.5000 kg Product size (L x W x H): 40.90 x 14.70 x 47.80 cm / 16.1 x 5.79 x 18.82 inches Package size (L x W x H): 53.00 x 28.00 x 58.00 cm / 20.87 x 11.02 x 22.83 inches Package Package Contents: 1 x Electric Unicycle, 1 x English Manual, 1 x Charger InMotion V5F- spare parts & accessories https://mini-j-s-g.jimdo.com/inmotion/v5-v5-v5f-v5f-v5d/
  19. There may be a post about this already, in fact, I'd be surprised if there wasn't, but my searches turned nothing up. Can people with extensive experience with a few different wheels offer their take on the feel of different wheels, i.e. how they ride, how they handle off road, are they twitchy, torque-y etc. Might be a good guide for people choosing new wheels and possibly newbies to the scene.
  20. Hello Knoxville riders out there. I'm putting together some rides for the weekend and would like to see some riders come out. Not just EUC riders, anyone who rides a PEV is welcome. I've created a group page on Facebook for the latest scheduled rides. Hope to some riders come out! EUC - PEV Knoxville
  21. Hello Inmotion and EUC fans, This is Liam from InMotion HQ. I'm wondering if you have any advice for the new EUC of InMotion. Can you do me a favor? I will collect the information and report it to our R&D crew. For the past few months, we are not taking it seriously. But it's time for a change. Recently, I roll out a poll on Facebook about "What's the best Inmotion EUC" & " What‘s the features of your ideal wheel??" https://www.facebook.com/groups/ElectricUnicycle/?multi_permalinks=1884433704987917&amp;notif_id=1541577267684622&amp;notif_t=feedback_reaction_generic Yes. Most of them choose the V8 for its better performance and the ergonomic design of V8 handlebar. There is something you wanna see in the next EUC. Bigger Tire, maybe 18".( The biggest one, for now, is V10 series, 16") Bigger Battery Capacity. At least 1000Wh. Am I right? Faster. 50 km/h Top speed. V8 handlebar More steady App. Of course. If there is anything I missed, just let me know. It means a lot for us. Thanks again for your constant support to InMotion.
  22. I read about this http://lapdonline.org/home/news_view/65818 , apparently the LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department) has created this new task force to "crack down" on illegal e-scooter riding, but it concerns me a bit. I ride an electric unicycle, however, what is there to prevent the LAPD from stopping you since I doubt that they truly know the difference between a e-scooter and a electric unicycle? They see motor driven device and think they are the same. I own an e-bike, I know the different classes, where they are allowed, what type of motor is allowed, as well as other requirements minimum age to ride and the exception such as registration, drivers permit, insurance and so on. I feel that this is the beginning of the end, that this will give LAPD and other law enforcement agencies an excuse to stop and ticket EUC , electric skateboard, and onewheel riders based on the regulations that exist for e-scooters. Do any of you feel the same way about this new task force?
  23. Solowheel X3: Lada or Tata motors. Good to learn on, at your own risk and peril. Inmotion V5F series: Lotus Elise. Quick, agile and maneuverable. A bit too quick for a beginner. Ninebot One series. Early Jeeps. Little tanks, can take a beating but limited in range, speed, comfort. Great to learn on.
  24. Just started riding and am pretty comfortable riding in open areas with no traffic. Am planning on doing some park and trail rides to get some miles in before doing street rides. If you are a beginner rider and want to do some short riding drills or safe park and trail rides let me know. I’m usually out riding on the weekends. DandyHi
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