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Assuming you got helmet, pads, all the protective gear, there is possibility that something is going to happen out of your control (like wheel cut off) and you are flying on your shoulder or landing on tarmac with you hip and dislocate shoulder, break collar bone or break your hip joint, the injury you cannot really protect yourself with any kind of gear. So besides all the good stuff this is one really unpleasant things that would stop many people from owning the wheel..... unless you can develop some sort of muscle memory to handle that. For example i know how to fall from skis safely without any injury, even better, my muscles know because every time i fall I do it the same way. Perhaps there is a way to fall from the wheel that for the big part eliminates risk of getting into ambulance and i may train this way somehow prior to getting into risky stuff. I could not find any materials on the subject. Does anybody have any experience here? Or any useful information?
Hello everyone, I have a solowheel inmotion V10 and noticed that it's been getting kind of hot between my legs. I live in Denver and a few days out of the week have been around 98 degrees. It's mostly dry heat out here, but I was just a little worried if I should be riding when it's this hot out. This morning was 64 degrees, and when I checked my temp, it was at 102 degrees. What is too hot for a V10?
To newbies users this is an important tip : When you clean your MINI, you can not remove and simply put back the pads. Pads that are replaced from above are not properly replaced. The plate, under the pads, which touches the joystick loses adhesion. The result in driving can be disastrous. The Mini no longer respond properly, no longer has the same responsiveness, driving is derived. The Mini is the miniaturization of a PT-type Segway All parts are nested to each other If you remove the pads, you must replace them beginning with dismantling the bases of the pads. There are several notches provided for inserting the pads. Below, a great tutorial video from Speedyfeet how to remove and replace pads