Curious about regenerative charging. I'm considering moving to a location where I would live at the top of a hill. This of course means starting my day with a good chunk of downhill riding. I am aware of the unfortunate habit that OneWheels have(had?) of shutting off when reaching 100% charge on regen and pitching forward and I'm not crazy about the idea of having to burn off charge in the morning before hopping on.
But then it occurred to me that if I go at a snail's pace down the hill, would that effectively prevent regeneration? I'm no scientist or electrical engineer but my simple brain suggests to me that rotating the wheel below a certain speed would not be sufficient to generate the voltage needed to charge, and thus, I'd stay upright.
Is this the case?