I need to do nothing? woo hoo !!!!
I love when I have to do nothing, except ride more!!!
Thanks for the quick reply
I’ve got 300 miles on my XR
Dumb question but should I be doing some maintenance? I don’t beat on the board and it is in great shape.
Change the oil...clean the carb? Well I guess I don’t need to do those things
Any tips are appreciated
Float Fender- Thumbs up!
Ok, after 3 months of use, here is my review
This is completely idiot-proof. There is a video that shows you how to do it. Took me longer to take off my Onewheel fender than it took to install it.
Things I love about it:
Customer service is awesome!
They need places for folks to try out the new product
I’d regret selling my Plus and not keeping it for the kids, but I want to know how the pint works/feels before I drop another grand
Stuff is too expensive to buy sight unseen
I typically don't ever get the local newspaper. I had a dozen people text me to check out the front page.
Apparently, the reporter doesn't know about OWs. I wished she had stopped and asked me about it, so they could have added in some info on how the OW works.
Oh well, at least I wasn't on the front page for getting arrested.
you are totally right. I never skateboarded or snowboarded, so basically when I stepped on the Onewheel I had no better side. I sucked both ways. I never really thought about it, but I started riding natural foot (which I guess is opposite of goofy foot- again, I never rode anything and had not clue). In retrospect, I wish I had done 50% one way and switched the other way.
If I try goofy foot now, its like day 1.
when your ride long distances and your back foot kills you will be happy if you can go both ways!
I literally didn't go 1 foot on my board before I fell off and messed up my finger (super bad ligament damage) and broke my wrist (which I didn't realize for 6 weeks).
That said, I recovered and watched a bunch of videos and learned a lot.
My basic mistake was I took it out of the box and started, like a dumbass.
In a weird way, it almost taught me respect for the board.
Long story short, I hung in there and actually upgraded to the XR and have almost 400 miles under my belt.
I would reconsider before your sell your board for low $$.
Just play with it on the grass and enjoy yourself.
Lastly read the 5 rules by Jeff McKasker (spelling?)... Great advice..