Cities really should embrace "last mile" solutions, particularly with you doing 5 miles its really a lot of impact removed from the city in terms of noise, infrastructure impact and the exhaust from your ride is outside the city at the power plant. win-win and better for everybody making the city a better place.
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RE: Commuting stories and tips
RE: How do you handle when a car driver doesn't even look to see that they just blocked the sidewalk your on and you almost hit them?
+1 on getting physical with the car but with bare-hands. If they yell at me I simply say "wanted to make sure you noticed me before passing you"
RE: Onewheel+ just got better. The new Andromeda is here
LA Android users.....
Im in Los Angeles, corner of Western and Beverly Blvd. have iPhone and iPad, feel free to come by to update your firmware today :-)
RE: Taildrag loss of power at 50% battery
gut feeling, a V1 with low miles, it may have been sitting quite a while with a charge on the batteries? that would likely damage the batteries and reduce the C number, which would result in it being 50% voltage but less current than desired = lack of torque
RE: Wooden backyard pump track for Onewheel
woah. like that it looks like the sections comes apart.
Build a couple skateboard ramps in backyards, biggest problem was getting boards flush the right places.
in retrospect, having a full ramp in the backyard is kinda a bit like a white-elephant. once you have one, everything looks like a elephant party.
Advise, charge admission. :-)
RE: Large circle heel turns still difficult
I find having my feet pointing apart like that is kinda uncomfortable.
forget the board for a moment and instead simply stand comfortably on the floor with your feet in an appropriate distance. whatever is the feet position you feel most comfortable and balanced with.. transfer that to the board. ;-)
BTW. give it time, generally speaking a master is defined as somebody who have spend 10.000 hours on a topic. be it archery, horsemanship or OneWheel. I'm pretty sure you will see significant progress after say 10 hours :-) Just keep doing it.
RE: My take on mounting the ShredLights
@Glyph 3D print a simple mount for the side rail for the LumeCube's
Maybe have a 45deg stud sticking out from the sidereal.. with a whole for the 1/4 20 screw post mount but shaped so it captures the light and avoid it rotating while riding. Mine have taken serious abuse, so not really concerned about outright protecting them