Onewheel+ at speed: a word of caution.



  • @CBR-954rr said in Onewheel+ at speed: a word of caution.:

    @Aaron-Broward-FL said in Onewheel+ at speed: a word of caution.:

    I am not really sure what you dumbasses are trying to do... and I'm just going to continue to call you dumbasses... don't push through the pushback... Or you will end up face planting.

    I have hurt myself semi seriously twice doing this.. If you push through the pushback onthe V1 you will hit engine failure and it will simply Die, causing the board to die and causing your o keep moving forward, sounds like on this version they fixed that and started a slow down verses a shutdown.. Thanks :) guys, hospital bills will go down!...

    But, the pushback is there for a reason, your reaching the limits of the motors.... its not because your mom doesn't want you to not go faster than that...

    Don't be a dumbass, Respect the board...

    Some people get a thrill from pushing the limits. If I didn't do anything where there's a chance of going to the hospital, my life would be very boring.

    I'm not anybody's mother... But, the way some people talk about things, in conjunction with the speeds onthe leader board, i think mislead people Especially Newbs to try to do things this board was not designed to do... and i think when you talk about things like this you should really make it clear that pushing through pushback is not advised and is dangerous and for advanced riders or whatever... I have read about a lot of people in the past, especially before we even had speed leader boards, who, I think, didn't even realize what pushback was, crash and hurt themselves and sell the board... I think it is our responsibility, to set an example for the people here to make sure they understand to use the board responsibly and safely, unless you want a bunch of people complaining on social media about how they bought this thing took it out and tried to get to go as fast as everyone else and crashed and its dangerous and bla bla anyway... Don't make what your doing sound like the norm...



  • @sidebox
    We're you wearing wrist guards? You have to wear wrist guards if your going to be hitting high speeds. Helmet and wrist guards at minimum...



  • And just FYI, I have had a concussion, bruised or tore all kinds of muscle out of my shoulder, probably poppped it out the joint. Road rash on my arms back. Bruised hips. I mean i have taken some injuries... and I have previously had 2 spinal fusions. So, its all a big crap shoot for me to be doing this in the first place :)

    So if one of you guys thinks you have bigger balls than me... You might want to think again. I have faced pain most of you will never know and I am up, Riding this thing again, Bought one for my 10 year old and ordered a Plus....



  • @Aaron-Broward-FL

    All board sports are dangerous and OneWheels are no exception--they are generally faster than skateboards over the same terrain. The danger is in many ways what makes it fun. I appreciate your insight and words of caution, and respect that you are constantly getting back on the horse.

    What I don't appreciate is your insistence of calling other people dumb-asses, jackasses, etc. and you seem to be getting angry over the fact that other users here have defined different risks and limits for themselves. Watching you post in this thread is like watching someone go through the stages of grief.

    It's all gonna be okay, man. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯



  • @mekon said in Onewheel+ at speed: a word of caution.:

    @Aaron-Broward-FL

    All board sports are dangerous and OneWheels are no exception--they are generally faster than skateboards over the same terrain. The danger is in many ways what makes it fun. I appreciate your insight and words of caution, and respect that you are constantly getting back on the horse.

    What I don't appreciate is your insistence of calling other people dumb-asses, jackasses, etc. and you seem to be getting angry over the fact that other users here have defined different risks and limits for themselves. Watching you post in this thread is like watching someone go through the stages of grief.

    It's all gonna be okay, man. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    What he said. Why are you name calling and trying to police how people ride their boards? Chillax bruh 👍



  • @snwbrdwndsrf thanks for the warning! When does pushback kick in for you? Someone in another recent thread said 15mph.



  • @Snurfer I've heard 15 mph but I haven't felt push back yet and have gone 20+

    I keep saying this because I'm concerned that I'm either not feeling it or that it's just not happening... Are you guys riding straight? Because I've found if you slalom the board doesn't push back



  • @Snurfer It's more gradual than the v1, starts at around 15 mph then increases gradually until it feels like you're going to drag the tail. Then it gives up.



  • @Aaron-Broward-FL this post is intended to warn people, not encourage them. People will do what they wanna do, I just thought I'd give others a heads up and perhaps encourage a few to get some safety gear. That is all.



  • @tonyrumans

    I'm not sure in what reality you clowns think I have the power or authority to "police" how people use their boards...

    However.... Let's think about this for a minute and depending on the developmental level of your brain, previous level of concussion, number times dropped on your head as a child or injuries on other board sports, whatever lets go over the following.

    1. Board was built with a motor that when it hits its limits causes failure which leads to immediate stopping. Newton Says, Board stops.. Human on board keeps going. Injury results.
    2. Pushback implemented to let you know when imminent Motor failure is coming.
      So, Conclusion... Pushing through the pushback is asking begging to cause the unit to fail catastrophically.... We are talking here about the V1... Not the V2.. this, according tot he description above is fixed in the V2.

    Which is why.... The poster.... Uses the extreme and I believe accurate literary device dumbasses to point out the readers... especially those who may not be familiar with the back story here.. (if you are. Then read on, ignore the post. Ignore all my posts, WTF do I care?) I don't believe any of you people that post you go 110 miles an hour because none of you have posted videos of you doing it... no one.... isn't that amazing.... alll those super speedsters and not a god damn one of you has a friend with a camera. Showing you with some sort of frame of reference of how fast your actually going so we can see that its really that fast and not just 15 mph with umpfh. Or. Your cheating getting pulled, using a treadmill. Or whatever. I don't know, Honestly I really don't care. I'm sure you 100lb ers can push the thing much faster than I can. I get that, makes sense. But I don't want people thinking that it's the norm......

    And even more stupid people coming on here and saying, well I want to crash at 19mph, on asphalt, cause I like breaking bones, cause otherwise you don't know your alive man. To each his own. If that isn't the definition of a dumbass.. I'm not sure what is.

    Its a cool board, there is plenty of risk involved when used safely. Hit a dip. Hit a change in surface type. Go off-roading... there are all kinds of ways to hurt yourself on this thing while not trying to be jackass on purpose.... There are all kinds of ways to push the limits of what it can do while not trying to be a jack ass on purpose. My MAIN point is not to give the idea too the people who don't know better. the NEWBS.... that "pushing through the pushback" because I have spoken to some of them.... who we're confused about the issue.... that its something that's a good idea.... GOT IT?



  • Gave up 2 lines in...couldn't do it...



  • @Aaron-Broward-FL Thanks for the personal attack. More name calling and policing.

    Do everyone a favor and stop responding. It's no one's fault but your own that you are admittedly overweight and uncoordinated. I'll work on getting some video evidence if it quits raining in Missouri but until then I recommend you resign from taking the responsibility to warn people of the hazards of riding fast.

    We're not dumbasses if we fully understand the consequences and risks involved in doing so but still choose to push the limits. Crawl back inside your safety net and go back to sleep. You're causing a ruckus



  • @Aaron-Broward-FL dude. Calm down. You said what you had to say... now you're getting unhinged. You're also hijacking this dude's post. Want to discuss and warn others about safety, go ahead and start a new thread. No one will get mad at you for that. Now you're just hectoring people for no reason. Maybe take some time and go for a ride.



  • @snwbrdwndsrf said in Onewheel+ at speed: a word of caution.:

    @Snurfer It's more gradual than the v1, starts at around 15 mph then increases gradually until it feels like you're going to drag the tail. Then it gives up.

    That's disturbing. OW support distinctively told me that I would be able to cruise at 18-19 without pushback on the OW+



  • @sidebox that wouldn't be consistent with V1 where the pushback kicks in at 80% of top speed. Pushback kicking in at 15mph on the plus would be consistent with the V1.



  • @sidebox I wouldn't worry too much, the pushback is pretty minimal until you push past 18 miles an hour.



  • I thought max speed would be 19mph(allready awesome) so pushback would be at a lower speed......probably 17mph...and now we learn FM gave us 5mph extra...weird...but nice :)

    don't push beyond the limits of any machine...especially a 1 wheeled one....or at least keep it off road for that...for yourself ;)




  • Only you can stop being a jackass, @Aaron-Broward-FL.



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  • @tonyrumans pushback does drop off a bit when carving, totally agree.


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