Popular Post Marty Backe Posted September 22, 2018 Popular Post Share Posted September 22, 2018 (edited) Out of the blue my wife approached me today and said she wants to see if she can learn. I'm rather amazed at this turn of events. She's not the athletic type and has felt she doesn't have the greatest balance (but rode bicycles as a kid). I tell her like I tell other people, that if you can ride a bicycle you can learn to ride an EUC. I guess seeing me ride all the time over the last couple of years has started to rub off on her. She says she'll never do the kind of riding that I do, but likes the idea of doing little rides together, maybe at some local parks. I think she just likes the idea of getting out of the house more, and some outdoors time with me I'm very excited, I just hope that she can pick it up. I'm going to take the training very slow, but fortunately she has me to teach her. Now I'm debating what wheel. I'm thinking for the very beginning baby steps I'll use the cheapo generic wheel. I would be holding her, etc. Then transition to another wheel. I'm leaning towards the Z10. If she actually sticks with it (a big if), then maybe get her Glide 3 / V8. Lots of time between now and then to figure that out. I'll keep you appraised of what happens here. Edited September 22, 2018 by Marty Backe 18 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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