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and do any of them last longer than the two years that slime says it protects for? i've had a bike mechanic say he hated working on bikes with slime.
I was curious if anyone had a recommendation for a surge protector? This would be used in my home when charging up to four wheels and also something that I'd like to be able to carry in my backpack when going on long rides with a group. I'm looking for something that has at least 6 outlets and two USB charge ports and can handle around 15-18 amps (~15 for the EUC chargers and ~3 amps for the USB devices). Ideally it would be light weight so that I'm not adding too much to my backpack, but I want to make sure it is heavy duty enough to handle the amperage demands. Thanks in advance for your thoughts and/or recommendations!
Hello everybody! I was recently introduced to the forum by @Marty Backe through his you tube channel (thank you!) and I've been reading posts like crazy . A little bit of background about me. I live in Arlington, VA (about 15 min away from Washington DC) and I'm a college student and a business owner of a pet sitting company (https://www.idogdc.com/). I'm interest in finding a more efficient way to move a lot around the city from house to house for work than a car and to combine/substitute it with the metro (subway) as its not very reliable and moving through the city by car and finding parking can be a nightmare. 1. Do you think this is the most efficient way to travel around the city from client to client without having to require a car and the hassles that come with owning one?? (gas, insurance, parking, tickets...) 2. How long did it take you to learn how to ride it? I'm a pretty thin but tall guy at around 6'4" and even though I only weight 180 lbs (approx. 80 kg) I'm looking to bulk up and start eating a bit more healthy after I'm done with school and I'm aiming for the 190 - 200 lbs mark, so the more power the better (I'm looking for something around 50 miles). My shoe size is a 11-12 so again the bigger pedals the better. I narrowed my initial search to the V5F+, V8, ACM and the MSuper V3. First impressions are that the Gotway products look a bit more rigid overall without that flimsy plastic in the body and pedals of the Inmotion that even though I looks nice seems to be a scratch magnet (correct me if I'm wrong). Between the ACM and the MSuper V3 I'm pretty undecided. On one hand the "extra" wheel of the MSuper looks like would be more comfortable and better with pod wholes and in a straight line but its not necessary for moving around the city. The bigger wheel also adds extra weight (don't mind it much) and limits the maneuverability that seen to be better on the ACM, although the built in trolley for the MSuper is a plus! The bigger pedals are a big positive in the MSuper. The ACM body seems to be better against scratches and in my opinion is more visually appealing, that being said how easy is to paint them, specially the horrible red accents on the MSuper? I've seeing videos and the mods and paint jobs of some members but I'm not sure how different it would be for each unicyle. 3. Which one rides better and which one would you recommend me to best fit my needs?@Carlos E Rodriguez and a lot of people recommended the ACM in a previous post (copied here as well) and I know @Marty Backe loves his ACM but he recommended the MSuper for me, thoughs? 4. How would you describe the ride? From the outside it looks like a mix of skiing and biking 5. What seller do you recommend? Thank you in advance guys!!!
I currently have an IPS191 which I like very much. I am looking to get a second smaller lighter wheel for when I travel, and to have a spare wheel for another rider. I want to spend $400 - $600. It looks like the Gotway MCM3 is a good EUC in that price range. Is this a reliable EUC if not pushed to the extremes? I see "gogocycling" has some on ebay in Socal. Anyone have experience with this seller? Am I overlooking some other better EUC in this price rage? Thanks for your input.