Buy the board. Wrap the rails in bubble wrap and put duct tape on the skid plates. Ride around the neighborhood. If you are not smiling, unwrap it and put it on this forum for sale and it will sell in under an hour.
@sidebox this is horrible timing for me. I live in salt lake, and I would have been there for the convention, but I left on a vacation to the beach in San Diego for this week. Argh..... Wish I could have met the crew!
Hi, If you are still interested - I own an absolutely new Onewheel! Its still in the OW factory and ready to be shipped! I choosed ONEWHEEL + ULTRA CHARGER for 1399USD. So this would be also your price.
(Due to private reasons I am unfortunately not able the use it myself.)
If you are interested just send my a message.
Did anyone see the tweet that said start following FM on snapchat today? They said we might get sneak peaks of a new accessory. As a security person I despise snapchat so I can't sign up in good concious, but if someone else has it, they should post that sneak peak.
@J-Glide haha. Yeah, I took it out with the Minimus' again today and I am just so much more comfortable and "one" with the board.
BTW, I think that part of the cramping is that on my traditional longboard, one foot is always coming off to kick/stop, so it's fine, and the other foot I can move around/walk around while rolling to change up my position a bit, whereas on the OW I'm paranoid about moving that front foot at all due to the sensors! lol
@kbern try riding with your toes off the board and your heals more towards the middle....at least on one foot. When you do this you are forced to put more pressure on your heel which is what you need if too much pressure is going to your toes. I found this worked well after dealing with aching feet.
I tend to have one foot centered and one foot with toes farther forward while heel is more centered... Then after several miles switch positions of feet.
If you are riding on a constant angle toward your toes making them sore, riding so that you are leaning more on your heels is what you need even if it feels less natural at first.