Thrown off after nosedive with no pushback warning (nose dive, nose-dive)
sonny123 last edited by sonny123
Dunno about safe but sure looks fun. Not for all terrain though..
Have you looked into Yuneec E-Go?
Absolutely love that board...
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@charge360 I'll buy your broken onewheel, how about $100?
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I'm digging my OW, I might have to get this thing too!
this is the most safe product for my http://www.leiftech.com/product/leif/ forget the onewheel for me too dangerous
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@thegreck I would just not as good/quick in development for iOS apps, that being said, if there are any iOS devs out there that want to give it a go I can provide the connection level details to the OW
E-Go is so cheap i but it last summer and stop working after 1 month
@parrothd loll sombody have said that my onewheel is broken?
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@Tartopom Thanks! Yeah I'll look into that. It should be reading the initial state of the lights and set accordingly.
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@charge360 Leiftech board and onewheel are unrivalled...I come from the freebord community and Unfortunately my english spoken is too crappy so I don't take the time to explain correctly...just a few things:
#one or two people are dead riding a freebord (head trauma due to heel turn mistake.)
#what is a leiftech board?
It's a motorized freebord.
#leif board is not an off road board.
#with a onewheel the world is your playground.
#good luck to take control of your future leiftech motorized freebord but I hope you'll enjoy your ride !
And just for fun:
See ya dudes!
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@fabuz You're the best, man.
@charge360 honestly if you think that a motorized freebord will be safer, you are just believing in Santa ;-)
I'm an avid snowboarder living in mountains, 10 min from the slopes to be right. As I was looking for a way to snowboard when snow is gone I had a look at the freebord a long time ago and what I saw is that if you catch an edge the tarmac will be really less forgivable than the snow. So yes, technically you can't get a nosedive, but for me, just for the fact that we can't go more than 25kph on the onewheel make it far more safe than the leaf... I'm practising also e-longboard, mine can reach around 60kph on flat ground, honestly falling at this speed is not an option, and thinking that your knowledge about "tuck and roll" will save you is just a dream :-P
If you want to avoid problem, just wear safety gears, don't ride above your limits, and accept the risk of injury that come with any board sport.
I know that for le leifboard. For the one wheel you dont die but you crash because of the electric failure
@Tartopom the problem for the one wheel it that there are a possibly stop engine at top speed that cause crash.
I really like the one wheel but i dont accept a problem like that. I can accept of it does't happen to me but it happen without reason. I dont trust one wheel anymore
great video :)
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@charge360 And it will be the same with the leaf...the motors can always locks, this will result in crash too.
@kwatts great :D I didn't checked but have you renamed the name of the modes? :)
@Tartopom here is my question to leiftech: ok but what happen when protect is activated ? everything stop? it pretty dangerous when it stop and i downhill a hill?
J’aime · Répondre · 9 mai, à 22:53
LEIF - Snowboard Everywhere.
LEIF - Snowboard Everywhere. no it doesn't stop, just coasting. If you are bombing hills, the absolute best thing to do would be to slide. Even if electric braking still worked at 30mph, you would fly 'over the handlebars'. Sliding to speed check or stop puts your body in a position to resist that force pulling you forward when you brake downhill - comfortable, fun and reliable!
anyway the board can't stop brutally like onewheel you can eject and also with this board you can break without energy just like a snowboard. riding on the side
@Tartopom rename ? no why?
@charge360 Yes and No....in some condition motors can lock, axle problem, little stone in the transmission...it happened to me one time, a little stone has been taken between the belt and the gear. but once again, the worst with the leaf, in to catch an edge. I happened to me few times while snowboarding, and this is something you don't want on concrete :)