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  1. Hey guys, I'm completely new to Electric unicycles. I've never ridden one, but am itching to get on one. I don't make a lot of money currently to spend on things I want, so I've been saving for a while now to buy my first EUC. Ive finally just saved up enough. My thoughts are this - I understand most people buy a beginner wheel to learn on and beat up until they become proficient, and then upgrade to a better faster wheel. My thing is that I probably will only be able to afford one wheel for now, and won't be able to buy another one in the foreseeable future. If I want I have just enough for a Kingsong ks 18l, or I can go with the ks 16s. I think both are sweet. Will it be too hard to learn on an 18l? My use will be riding for fun, more in the country, longer rides and exploring. Not really any commuting and not much city riding for me. Thoughts please? Thanks!
  2. Hey everyone! I'm pretty new to this forum, but I just received my unicycle last week and I really want to share my experience and hopefully find out a few things from you. Basically, I've been seeing the wheel for a while now - the office where I work is located close to the office of the guys from Project42 (really cool and friendly people) and I really wanted one cause that looked absolutely amazing. Eventually, I treated myself with one as a birthday gift last week. It took a while to get hang of it, but now I feel more or less comfortable. The biggest issue was (and still kinda is) the bruses on calfs - I could only ride it for 30-40 minutes in the first two days. That brings the first question. What do you guys do about it? My girlfriend really wants to learn as well, but after she saw my bruises I need to find a solution Otherwise I really like the wheel, I got the black one and it looks a bit like Dart Vader. I find the lights helpful as well, I want to ride in the evening and other producers, like Airwheel, don't offer it. I've never tried other wheels but Surf feels very nice. Other thing I wanted to ask, do you know if there are any bags for the wheels on sale? I thought it would be a cool to have some kind of backpack where I can put it. As it is not super heavy - around 9 kilos, it should be pretty easy to carry it that way. Thanks in advance for answering above questions! I will write some more posts about my Firstwheel experience soon.
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