SHANNON last edited by
I just got my one wheel all is good works well. I took it to the beach by my house and it absolutely doesn't work in the sand. I tried everything does anyone have any tricks. I thought about reducing the air pressure but I would like to know what pressure is Recomended.
MichaelW last edited by
Lol... You can only really ride on hard wet sand. Low tide is best. Dry sand is near impossible.
njcustom last edited by
You can go from hard sand to soft sand but you can't stop or you will sink in.. it also depends how deep the sand is
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Like @njcustom said, you can't start on soft sand, also, it helps to go as fast as reasonably possible (without nosediving) to keep yourself "on top". Lastly, to maximise traction and prevent spinouts, keep your weight directly over the middle of the wheel. Once you get it down, you can cruise on soft sand without too much trouble.
TonyGDTLA last edited by
I agree with these guys. https://youtu.be/mHGbvK2Bk9M
DavidJohn last edited by
I tried mine for the first time on the sand recently and it was awesome.. https://vimeo.com/162459999
sonny123 last edited by
That's one awesome video during morning coffee.. ;)