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Segway close the Last Mile loop

    Segway announces the safe, green and smart CityGo Last Mile System   This year at IAA 2017, the world’s leading provider of electric personal transportation, Segway shows a new concept of efficient, green and smart transportation with the announcement of the CityGo Last Mile System. A smart electric kickscooter network that could reshape…

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New ONE Z Electric Unicycle from Ninebot by Segway

After two years of waiting, the leading electric mono wheel manufacturer, NINEBOT (the owner of the SEGWAY brand and technology) introduced a new electric unicycle on August 12, 2017 and is again a revolutionary novelty. The NINEBOT ONE Z will be sold in three versions of Z6, 8 and 10, which will vary with engine power,…

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Battery Capacity – Wheel Buying Guide

Overall, an electric micro-mobility device consumes 10Wh per km at 20 ° C on flat and smooth ground without wind, at a constant speed, with a user of 75kg and a tire inflated to the recommended pressure (firm tire). The amount of energy contained in your battery is expressed as Wh. Some will tell you…

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EU Safety Standard for “The Segway Likes”

At the initiative of France, a voluntary standard will provide safety requirements for personal light electric vehicles (PLEV) in 2016. A framework dealing with their use will also be developed for these new modes of urban mobility; the Segway likes. After e-bikes, now light electric vehicles (like electric step-scooters) and self-balancing vehicles (including single wheel…

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How hard is it to ride an Electric Unicycle?

Most people find it quite difficult to get their head around the mechanics of an electric unicycle. The forward-backward movement is not much of a problem, because the unicycle’s gyroscopes and sensors look after that extremely well and after using the stabilizers/learning wheels for a very short time, most people have absolutely no problem with…

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Inmotion v3 EUC won an IF Design Award 2016

On January 27th, 2016, the winners of iF DESIGN AWARD 2016 was announced. INMOTION V3 with its innovative drop-sharped design won the iF Design Award 2016. Each year, iF International Forum Design GmbH organizes one of the world’s most celebrated and valued design competitions: the iF DESIGN AWARD. Recognized as a symbol of design excellence…

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Electric Unicycle Terminology

    “EUC” (for Electric UniCycle)   The usual term used for the electric unicycles has usually been an “EUC” (for Electric UniCycle) More informally refer to them as “wheels”. EUC Riding Idling Idling is the term for staying pretty much in place by moving the EUC back and forth. This is taxing for the…

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Inmotion V3, The twin wheeled electric unicycle

InMotion V3 stands out from any other electric wheel simply because the learning process is much shorter and for most of the beginners will take just a couple of tries. Thick leather side panels make InMotion V3 one of the most comfortable wheels for both learners and advanced riders. It should also be noted that most people…

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Hoverboards and Scooters on UK streets

  Is it legal or illegal using an electric light vehicle?   The rules of the road or the err… pavement. You’ve probably seen online videos of people using electric scooters and electric monowheels. You might’ve already seen people zipping past you on the streets with them. As ‘self-balancing’ electric unicycles and electric scooters become…

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What are Rideables?

ridable or rideable adjective capable of being ridden, as a horse. capable of being ridden over, through, etc., as a road or a stream.   Electric skateboards, unicycles, scooters, rocketskates, hoverboards, ebikes: high tech rideables have arrived. Personal transportation comes in an ever-growing number of forms these days. Sure, we’ve had bikes and scooters and skateboards for…

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