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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 ankl
i stumbled off my msuper turning around on a steep hill - to prevent it from crashing down the hill i dug in with my right leg and it bashed my shin... hurt like a mother, and couldn't ride either of my wheels for almost a week (without padding). so now i've still got a bump there, but it's improved and there's no more pain. after that i decided to get shin guards. these are cool because they're super lightweight, only have one strap, and i think are adequate for not-so-serious collisions/stumblings - they definitely would have prevented my injury, as the padding is right where the contusion o