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  1. I just want to share with everyone a really fun Squaw Valley Mountain Trail trip over this weekend. We are both seniors, I am 60 and spouse 68. When one mentions Squaw Valley, people think of skiing. Well, it's summer, so there is not much snow to ski on, only some patches. Initially we intend on only play with our wheels (KS18L and IM V10F) by Tahoe's truckee river trail. But one trail led to another--first truckee trail, then Squaw Valley trail, then we end up climbing up Squaw Valley Mountain to the top. What an exhilarating experience it was! It's amazing what the wheels can accomplished. Make a long story short. Our whole trip from Tahoe City to top of Squaw Valley was around 26 miles. Our wheels climbed the mountain to about 3/4 of the way, they both announced something like "overpowered" or "rest needed" like us older folks. So we all rested about 5 minutes and finished our trip at the top of Squaw Valley At the end of our trip returning to our vehicle, we still both had 50% battery left, amazing endurance!
  2. I'm selling my Kingsong 18L EUC. Bought this unit second hand from a Member of the eboarding FB group. I haven't had much time to learn how to ride this due to a car accident. I would love to keep it however the misses wants more space around the house and out of sight. Looking to sell local to NYC at the moment. Paid around 1500 for this looking to get about 1350. The unit has typical newbie scratches although to be honest, I didn't spend much time learning to ride due to the accident
  3. Yes. Unfortunately, my beloved black beauty is for sale locally in Paris. I shipped it there so that my son would have a useful commuter tool while he was studying in France. Alas, it is time to bid farewell to the 18L. You damn lucky Parisians will be getting the my 18L for a mere 1600 Euros History 1. Purchased from eWheels July, 2018 2. Used primarily by my son as a commuter tool. He used it to get to, and around his university campus and other activities throughout Washington DC. I enjoyed it occasionally for recreational use whenever it was available Details Make: Kingsong Model: 18L Color: Rubberized/matte black Reason for selling: Frankly, return shipping to the USA is expensive. However, I am quite willing if it becomes necessary; so, don't even think about trying lowball me. This 18L is already priced to sell; so, no bullshit offers if you please. Serious inquiries only. Condition 1. This KS 18L has only very minor scuffs on the foot platforms, and handle from leaning it against walls. Experienced rider. No falls occurred on this wheel. 2. Missing eight outer shell screws - four from each side. Came from the factory this way. I just lived with it. I have replacement screws, but it was going to cost me $70 to send 30 tiny screws to France so, for obvious reasons I scrapped the idea. If the buyer is so inclined, replacement screws can be ordered very cheaply on the following website: www.laptopscrews.com. the size you will want is M3 X 8mm. The type of screw is referred to as "panhead phillips." These screws are harder than the soft, easily stripped screws supplied as original equipment, and you can buy 100 for about $5. 3. One LED strip seems to have developed a short. Probably just a loose wire needing adjustment, but I am in DC and the wheel is in France so the buyer might have to replace one LED strip. 4. The wheel has a brand new control board with only 376 km; barely broken in. It has about 1500 total km on the hub and battery; practically new. Features and Specifications 1. Matte Black rubberized finish. 2. 2000 Watt Motor 3. 1036wh Battery 4. 18 inch wheel with Kenda tire. 5. Upgraded, reinforced Black trolley handle mechanism. 6. Upgraded, larger-sized 10.5cm, black foot platforms; very comfortable for longer distance riding. Much better than the originally equipped foot platforms. 7. New control board with only 376 km Local ad can be found by following link below: https://www.espritroue.fr/forum/37-gyroroues/ Buyer will be very happy with this excellent wheel."
  4. Long time, no see - spring is coming, so a new season on the doorstep The GoPro Hero7 Black is really good camera using on your Electric Unicycle. It's amazing the results that can be obtained with digital image stabilization. I know many will say Insta360 will be better, but Hero 7 has a lot of good stuff going for it :-)
  5. Hey guys, my son will be leaving the USA's Capitol City and going to live in France's Capitol City for 6 months to attend the Paris School of Business very soon; January. I am thinking that I want to ship to him the 18L so that he will have non-public transportation and a cool way to take-in the entire city. It seemed like a good idea at first, but I have some reservations. I have heard from reliable sources that French customs is strict on some items; mainly new electronics coming into the country. I have heard some horror stories about them detaining electronics at customs that then disappear off the map. It has been suggested to me that the trick is to ship it as a used personal item - which it is. Has anyone on the forum done this? Does anyone have any suggestions about how I might get the 18L to my son in France without issue? Is it better to rent an EUC in Paris, or will that be too expensive? Are EUC rentals even available in Paris? I am exploring options, but he is leaving DC in a months time so I sort of need to establish a real plan rather quickly. Thanks in advance for any suggestions, recommendations.
  6. I just keep getting impressed with the range of the Kingsong vehicles. Today I went for a 73.5 km ride. Thats over 45.6 miles. Still had 12% power and was only admonished twice about being too low on power and in need of a recharge. Speed was limited for the last 4-5 miles. From 28mph (my limit so far) to 24mph and 20 mph and finally 17 mph at the end. I weigh 150 lbs and the terrain was climing a Mountain, descending, racing along the river, traversing Elysian Park and Dodgers Stadium. Found it to be a much nicer warning system than the original 18S, which took me 62 miles on a 1680wh battery. So what is your record so far on a Kingsong? Good or Bad results are all welcome. Lets try to stay away from equivocators like someone is too scrawney or someone is too large carriaged. Just the recorded distance and the set up of the ride and the riders. 73.5 kms / 45.6 miles on a KS18L 1036wh battery. whats yours?
  7. Hello forum! I can get Inmotion V10F from china seller for 1400USD and KingSong 18L for 1550USD. I am gonna commute DAILY to school and back (15km+15km)... It is not an off-road trip...it is mostly a car road or road for bicycles. It is only one hill...so mostly it is plane road. Sometimes I will ride in rain and some snow too... And sometimes I will use a BUS, when there will be a storm or just some bad bad weather... What wheel, do you think, will get the job done better? Thank you for your replies and have a nice day! and Im sorry for my english xd
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