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  1. When I purchased my Ninebot One E+ (thank you untilgone.com) I started out learning to ride on the outside of a tennis court. I wasted about a week on this. The grass outside the court was way to irregular and it really annoyed the dogs living in the adjacent property. I finally smarted up and moved inside onto the smooth asphalt. The attraction of the tennis courts was the fence to cling to for support and the enclosed area. I've had a couple of experiences of my wheel cruising away nicely on its own. I'm still testing my tether design. The learning process proved painful. My ankle bones and my shins complained bitterly. Shadow Conspiracy Super Slim Ankle Guards and Shadow Invisa-Lite Shin Guards solved the pain problem. The shin guards are easy to twist to cover the inside of my shins. With the pain gone, the wheel became amenable to control. BTW, riding gear includes a helmet, fabric motorcycle jacket with shoulder/elbow armor as well as a level 2 back pad and Shadow Invisa-Lite Knee Guards I found Kuji Rolls youtube video, How to ride electric unicycle most helpful. His approach is learn to ride the wheel first and then learn how to mount it. Last week I declared my independence of the tennis court fence and within a few minutes I was able to mount from either foot. The hardest part of learning to mount was getting my body (weight) forward. I found swaying back and forward on the wheel the best exercise to learn the correct riding posture. If your posture is not forward on the wheel you will have little control and you look like an unattractive hula dancer as you roll around. Today I had my first ride in the wild. I dropped my car off about a half mile from home and as I had the wheel in the car I decided to ride the wheel home. The route is all private roads so I didn't think I could wreak too much havoric. It was good to experience the irregularities of a real road. I did have some set back. I don't know why as I doubt if I was near the top speed of the e+. The battery was at 26%. Two weeks ago I ordered my next wheel (Kingsong KS16S). Unfortunately it arrived early. It's now setting in its box mewing at me to let it out. Pennbruce Las Vegas for the winter North East PA for the summer
  2. I have inadvertently collected some spare parts that I believe are mostly interchangeable between the Ninebot One C, C+, E, E+, and P models. Anyone want the whole lot? Does anyone want any single item or some items? Items crossed out have been sold and their associated pictures deleted. 340Wh battery, new, never used, made for the Ninebot One P. It should work with the previous Ninebot One models as well, although the Ninebot app may not recognize the extra battery capacity. I paid about $300 for this battery. (I had ordered a P model, but it was discontinued before I received it). 340Wh battery, new, never used, made for the Ninebot One P. (I have a second battery) Replacement charging port and wire. It also allows a battery to be charged outside of the wheel. Replacement charging port and wire. (I have a second one) Flathead and Phillips screwdriver pair that are perfect for removing the LED light ring and battery cover on a Ninebot One E+ and I assume the previous Ninebot One models as well. Vivitar hardshell zippered case that fits perfectly a spare 340Wh battery, with room for the two screwdrivers and charging ports. Includes a new foam insert that can be customized. Pair of Ninebot training wheels, which are for getting a better understanding of how a self balancing device operates, not to ride around with them installed, because turning isn't possible. Pair of light gray leg pads from a Ninebot One E+ with some visible wear and minor damage. Two new rolls of light green padding with two new rolls double-stick tape from 3M that came with a Ninebot One E+. European power supply cord, rounded two-prong, new, never used. Came with the purchase of an E+. Not for use in the U.S. Australian power supply cord, flattened three-prong , new, never used. Came with the purchase of an E+. Not for use in the U.S. Ninebot One E+ printed Quick start manual and warranty card Ninebot One S1 printed user manual and warranty card Top handle with the metal fitting at one end broken
  3. I've been searching the web and I was wondering, what's a good backpack for the ninebot one e+. I know when I ride around shopping malls, it would be easier for me to simply put it in a backpack and walk in If I wanted. I found a few on the web so if anyone has one, could you tell me something about it. Can anyone make suggestions for another. I personally like the second link better. But it cost too much http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B012IAHJBW/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1443987179&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70&keywords=unicycle+backpack&dpPl=1&dpID=41mAJKGWkkL&ref=plSrch http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B015OSU3P4/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1443987439&sr=8-2&pi=SX200_QL40&keywords=ninebot+backpack&dpPl=1&dpID=31HF7Y1ogdL&ref=plSrch http://m.aliexpress.com/item/32369257026.html?plac=&gclid=Cj0KEQjwnMOwBRCAhp-ysqCwypkBEiQAeSy1-WZgS_kd4NauY_vCIEgToBWYT_RGZiXwD-IPRB-juHAaAuLG8P8HAQ&albag=14156630185&netw=&albcp=206814265&isdl=y&productSubject=Free-shipping-Electric-Unicycle-backpack-electric-smart-scooter-backpack-skates-roller-skates-in-adult-men-and&productSubject=Free-shipping-Electric-Unicycle-backpack-electric-smart-scooter-backpack-skates-roller-skates-in-adult-men-and&src=google&mtctp=&trgt=68844154335&currencyType=USD&adminSeq=202421493&productId=32369257026&productId=32369257026&productId=32369257026&crea=en32369257026&shopNumber=519045&aff_short_key=UneMJZVf&albch=shopping&slnk=&device=m&acnt=708-803-3821&tracelog=wwwdetail2mobilesitedetail
  4. So my inner tube doesn't hold air any more. I did use slime in it about 6 months ago, which did help eliminate the weekly trips to the gas station to refill it with air, but I live in the desert, and the thorns have prevailed. I have 500+ miles on the Ninebot One E+, and the tire is starting to show some wear, so I'll replace both at the same time. So, what is everybody's advice on what to get for both an inner tube and tire? Should I go for the OEM replacements? They seem so pricey, though! I drive mostly on sidewalks, but also on a few dirt trails sometimes, so an aggressive tread would be helpful now and again. If you have specific recommendations, a link to where the tire or inner tube can be bought online would be appreciated. I would prefer a U.S. source, but others from outside the U.S. probably will eventually need to replace their's at some point, so why not make this thread the ultimate international source of information on the best tires and inner tubes and the best sources, too. Here are MY main criteria! I definitely want an inner tube with a bent valve stem like the original's. I also want a tire resistant to punctures. I prefer an aggressive tread. Let the advice roll in!
  5. Got my very first EUC this week (Ninebot One E+) and after a couple of days practice in the house, then some figure of 8's around the tennis courts in my local park...I finally managed to go out on a proper ride today. Wow, just wow. What a buzz. Did a 7 mile ride today along the pavements, roads and coastal paths where I live and didn't crash either (I was expecting too tbh) After getting wobbles during my first couple of days I experienced no wobbles at all today and even felt the tilt back at top speed a few times without realising I was getting to the Ninebots speed limit. Even braved weaving slowly through the public along the pedestrianised High Street in the town centre. Wish I had got into this EUC lark sooner and I know I'll be looking to get a better wheel soon. Not really looking at going too fast but would love a longer range. Anyways, thought I'd share and post a few vid clips. Day 1 - crashing in the house Day 2 - Finally managing tight turns around the living room Day 3 - Wow, I can actually do this Today's ride.
  6. OK, so you outgrew your Ninebot months (year?) ago and are now a happy wheeler in Gotway-land or wherever. Still, this may be of interest, if you are keeping one around or have a family member/ friend who has your hand-me-down wheel... Ninebot.cn no longer lists the E+ as a model for sale on their Chinese website shop.ninebot.cn - only the S2, A1, C+ and C remain. Still no sign of The Z as yet. E+ pricing and parts availability: Yesterday there was a seller on eBay with several for sale at $549, but the listing has disappeared. Ninebotus has them on sale for $639 + free shipping in the US, which appears to be the official sale price for the wheel, that eBay sellers are enforcing as well. Speedy feet UK still has them at a higher regular price of £579 (~$763US) sans VAT and shipping. Accessory prices such as replacement handles, trolley handles, and especially batteries are all still inflated. Some parts are disappearing from Speedy's site, such as the inner shell set, trolley handle, and a few others. The takeaway from this is to consider buying spare parts from established dealers soon if inclined to do so, before they become scarce, and the leftovers land on eBay at even more inflated prices.
  7. Despite the mild use of force required to tap out the hinge bolt (after loosening the set screw with a hex key) in an older Ninebot One E+, the replacement of a damaged old foot plate with a new one is expected to be a simple reversal of the steps used to remove it. To avoid loosing those two spacing washers, hinge bolt and hex keyed set screw I've postponed disassembly of the pedal until the new part arrives. The only major delay I've encountered is the delivery lag time for a newly purchased pedal. I located a replacement on Amazon.com where 'NinebotUS' is the third party seller. The foot plate became noticibly cracked August 22, after a spinning EUC tumble in the street. One to three weeks of waiting is expected for my Amazon.com order to arrive with free delivery. The pedal to be replaced had for some time been awkwardly displaced outward (compared to the opposite pedal) by a centimeter or so when the pedal was in the folded up position. I'd noticed the small displacement for some time but never looked too closely at the cause by removing it for inspection (small crack?). The cracked right pedal on Aug 22 flexed slightly under my weight and was visibly cracked. The observation followed a tumble in the street which was caused when the left pedal brushed a curb in a narrow crosswalk being used simultaneously. The tumble was really low speed, almost a standstill. Avoiding a pedestrian moving in the opposite direction caused the squeeze against the curb. The EUC's turning ability seemed unusual after the tumble and the pedal scraped the ground in a turn a mile down the road. Fortunately a bus stop was nearby bringing me back the five miles I'd travelled. Since the expected delivery date from NinebotUS via the Amazon.com order is a date range (up to three weeks) from Aug29 -Sept13 the part might possibly ship all the way from China. It's not like Ninebot riders regularly need pedal replacements.... so perhaps no stateside inventory exists. Additionally the delivery period comes at the end of the summer during a holiday period (3 day weekend). The cracked pedal is from a bot with several thousand miles of use on the original part plus untold numbers of minor tumbles.
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