Chalo wrote:Looks like a splendid way to wipe out and get hurt by hitting a huge obstacle-- you know, like an acorn or something.
sk8norcal wrote:Chalo wrote:Looks like a splendid way to wipe out and get hurt by hitting a huge obstacle-- you know, like an acorn or something.
from what i have seen and experience, that's actually very unlikely...
rocks and acorns gets flicked to the side,
you will more likely to slide out corning too fast than anything else...
I see hitting a raised sidewalk crack be the worst, gotta keep your eyes open, would be much tougher in the dark....
Kin wrote:2 cents about the longboard business and cracks: Longboards can deal with all the reasonably large cracks you want at above 5mph, but send you flying when you're going slow and hit a crack. That said, I believe it has more to do with their 175mm diameter wheels.
About the larger scooter in the picture with the scantily clad somewhat distracting females, it looks exactly the same as the old S1000 Schwinn Stealth. Just saying that because it was my first electric fix-up and so I'm reasonably familiar. 1 difference, that scooter seems to have a chain drive.
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