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45 and am from north Alabama. My 9 yr old son is great at riding it too so I figure that moves my family's average age to 27. ;)
Im 35, living in okinawa, i ride everyday my one, go to mall, beach, shopping for food, i always with my one!!!
@candicehorie like the Okinawa from karate kid? Where are you from?
@tomfoolery aahaahahha yeahhh that okinawa, here is karate land, but i born in brazil :)
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49... embrace the fall cuz it’s gonna happen.
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39 yo COTA from Arkansas.
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31 male here. The onewheel is the best thing in my tacklebox and a must have for a farm. Laissez les bons temps rouler.
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2nd OneWheel (v1 and +)
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60 years old, grew up on skateboards, snowboarding for over 20 years, hopped right on the OneWheel+ last year and now have over 1300 miles on it. Just got an XR and love it, although the battery EASILY outlasts me!
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I will be 61 next month. I have had my OW XR for 2 months and have 250 miles on it (it was still kiteboarding season or I would have more miles). Riding road, grass, trails, gravel. Can do 180's, ride switch, drop curbs. No significant crashes for the first 160 miles then my first nose dive with minor hip injury. Likely rider error in accelerating hard up an 8% grade. 2nd crash was rider error as I was goofing around in gravel. Minor hip (same side) and shoulder injuries. I don't bounce like I used to nor do I heal very quickly. In addition to a helmet and wrist guards I have now added hip padding (Triple8 Butt Saver), combined shoulder/elbow pads from my dirt bike gear, knee pads, and gloves under the wrist guards when I am doing anything at speed. I plan on donning my motorcycle race leathers and gear to do a speed run ignoring push back. Should be amusing!
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I'm 61 and have the first edition. By far the coolest toy I've ever owed.
There are waves to ride everywhere if you just open your eyes....
@Devon you welcome :)
@Dr-9Lives can’t wait to see how that goes. Be careful and get it on video. If you have fangs or the glider system by synergyWiz I’m sure a few of us would like to know how that goes.
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59 going on 60. Not rich and don't consider myself old (although there are those that would debate that). No skateboarding or snowboarding but I do occasionally race motocross.
I've been riding my XR and Plus on trails here in Marin for the last couple of years. I have yet to see another Onewheel locally, we OWers seem to be few and far between geographically. I've recruited friends and family to ride with me but, unfortunately, several have injured themselves so the OW has been banished from family gatherings. Although my friends race motocross they just shake their heads when I attempt to recruit them.
There are no group rides in Marin, they gather in SF, SJ or the eastbay. Now, if I could only ride my OW that far................
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I don't see anyone on here to beat me yet...agewise, that is. I am 73 now. Started in July when I was still a young 72. In fact I did a short video of me riding on my birthday last month. Since then I have gone over 100 miles and I would say I am definitely much better. Pretty confident on smooth surfaces, and slowly learning a little off road. Never a skateboarder or snowboarder. This did not come easy to me. If you are struggling, check out my newbie thread on this forum. I am proof that almost anyone can learn this.
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@wheelrich As someone who is looking for a OneWheel, it was a great read to follow the thread that you wrote! I am 22 and have never skateboarded/snowboarded, but I definitely will follow some of your techniques because they seemed like a great exercise! Also, like everyone else, I really don't want to nosedive within the first couple of months.
36 and I just got the XR. I used to skateboard with my friends when I was younger but never got into the tricks, just cruised with them. I’ve been snowboarding a few times and picked that up rather quickly. A few years ago I decided to buy a longboard (not electric) because I just liked to cruise. Can’t wait to start floating now.
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@zapp Thanks. I appreciate that. Most of the tips I picked up from watching many videos, reading lots of posts, and, of course, trial and lots of error. Just got back from 10.2 miles of riding, so I will add a few comments. I think you will enjoy the Onewheel, eventually, if not right away. And even if it proves difficult, enjoy the learning experience. Just know, that it you keep at it, you will do it.... and have fun!
Be sure to share your experiences.
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Just turned 48yo. Love the OW, and my 10yo son loved it so much I bought him one last Christmas. Lemmie, tell you, it is a blast to go for father-son rides.
I've only had one accident, and it was very early on, going less than 2mph. No broken bones, but I couldn't even write with a pen the next day. And that was WITH wrist guards. Hip / butt / flank was very bruised. Several hundred miles since then without accident.
I rec full pads and helmet. The crashes happen with little warning, and pavement isn't nearly as forgiving as snow!!