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1 hour ago, Afeez Kay said:

Nope.. this guy fixed my z10 for me and made a video of it to help others know how to fix the issue too.

This must be an old video then, because you have been riding Z10 since well before this video was posted.

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45 minutes ago, Nic said:

This must be an old video then, because you have been riding Z10 since well before this video was posted.

Yes I have been, that was my friends z10. I just bought mine recently.

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44 minutes ago, Mike Sacristan said:

Time for our lunch break. I used to go for walks but now I know better. 

 

Man you are making more clips than Henry Ford made Model Ts and @Marty Backe have overheated in California summers...just to set weather in perspective 😉

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13 hours ago, Bob Eisenman said:

I ride my Monster primarily to free myself from the Mass transit bus schedules when buying groceries. My rides to Boston or elsewhere are sort of a journey on a fascinating device that hasn't really caught on in popularity near to a local small college/University that advocates safety, bicycle ride sharing and a bigger personal transit goal for it's student body.

   I worked once in Boston on the same floor as a big name medical researcher and Mac advocate who had no tolerance for Windows software users whose down time , as compared to Mac's flawless performance , in the pre Windows XP and Windows 10 era, was often unpredictable.

I'd probably buy a Gotway Monster battery (or 2 - each at $575) before I'd buy an iPad. One of my two 800 WHr batteries has a bad cell which limits charging the 1600 WHr power source to 78%. 

Although 'antbicycle' sharing (regular and electric assist) seems to have weathered the 'Bird' scooter purge from Boston and Cambridge, MA  and are seen parked as far from Boston as Revere, they seem more likely to be parked as 'litter bikes' than as actively being ridden by people.

Yesterday mornings cold ride to Boston from Salem started with a flyover of a pair of CH47 dual rotor helicopters and ended with a ride on the train which does the same commuting distance in 30 minutes while comfortably seated.

The rail trail in Malden spans a distance of twenty minutes of riding. It starts near a Dunkin donuts and ends near a Best Buy and a parked Antbicycle at the trail signpost. Malden is a ten+ mile ride from my apartment and is the town adjacent to the newly constructed Encore Casino.

Glad to see someone else riding in my backyard! I live in Malden and commute to Kendall on my 18XL daily :) 

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Chooch Tech rides the 18XL 

Fast trail riding! 

 

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Speedyfeet reviews the Kingsong 18XL! 

 

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1 hour ago, Rama Douglas said:

If you ever get a chance to ride in Palm Springs, please do so! Tons of winding sidewalks, awesome views, big bike lanes and tons of well paved empty residential streets. Awesome place to ride EUCs! 😎

 

Big EUC ride in Palm Springs with the San Francisco group, next Saturday.

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44 minutes ago, Marty Backe said:

Big EUC ride in Palm Springs with the San Francisco group, next Saturday.

What time is that ride? I'll be here again for work Friday the 8th... maybe I'll stay the night if the ride is early Saturday...

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1 hour ago, Rama Douglas said:

What time is that ride? I'll be here again for work Friday the 8th... maybe I'll stay the night if the ride is early Saturday...

Posted here:

@who_the has yet to reply to my question on the specifics. I'll have to start nagging him soon

 

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1 hour ago, Rama Douglas said:

I'm finally starting to get the hang of freestyling on the KS18XL. Was able to get the 180 down on it. Waaaay harder to do these moves on a heavy wheel...

 

Nice moves and great music Rama! :thumbup:

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1 hour ago, Rehab1 said:

Nice moves and great music Rama! :thumbup:

Thank you brother! Some of my oldest sitar music...from 1997 😬

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Who says it never rains in California1.

1 - San Francisco.

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3 hours ago, who_the said:

Who says it never rains in California1.

1 - San Francisco.

Nice! Although to be accurate, it never rains in Southern California :efee6b18f3: except for the last few days where it's been raining near continuously

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6 hours ago, who_the said:

Who says it never rains in California1.

1 - San Francisco.

You just got dare devil of life aka @Rehab1 certificate.

This is pretty risky to go through muddy water like that, as you both can't see bumps or pot holes and at the same time can loose grib anytime due to wet mud accumulated on the bottom.

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