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  1. Hi guys, I just had a great idea, but it's all theorical so i was hoping for your opinion in order to acctually make it real. The objetive of the eucs, is so take us as far as possible saving most $ possible, but the main idea behind the project is more km's. with that being said, i was wondering if it would be possible to have two batteries on the unicycle, but they only work one at the time, one is powering the unicycle and the other is charging with a solar panel, when the first battery runs out of juice, we turn the switch to the other battery and the solar panel charge the first battery while the second powers the unicycle, seems quite "easy" and "possible" to me, please tell me what do you think. main problems, solar panel size? voltage since we may need the original charger always on board? weight, all this adds extra weight? uglyness? ahah Not enough time to charge batteries?