Monday, 30 September 2019 / Published in How-To, Onewheel
The Florida Float Brothers are know for their easy to understand explanations about using the Onewheel XR. This time they are teaching us how to ‘bonk’. Bonking your Onewheel is basically bouncing the Onewheel of a ledge or object so you get airtime. As Zach says in their video, it’s easier than you might think.
Tuesday, 03 September 2019 / Published in eBikes, How-To
Your electric bike will wear at different rates depending on how much you use it. If you do much greater mileage than average on your electric bike you may find that you have to replace or service components more often. The timings below are purely a guide. The items marked with a ‘B’ you should
Friday, 16 August 2019 / Published in How-To, Onewheel
We know a lot of you are wondering, ‘How easy is it to ride Onewheel Pint and can do it?’. The fact is, everybody can pick it up in a few minutes with a little instruction. Future Motion set out to find a first time rider to capture what that learning experience is like to
Thursday, 07 March 2019 / Published in Electric Skateboard, How-To
Menno van Hout (19) is an all-round developer who is always looking for the latest technology and has been active in the esk8 world. His latest contribution is a battery calculator for DIY electric skateboards which you can find at esk8-calculators.com. Can you explain what exactly esk8-calculators offers?Esk8-calculators is useful for anyone who wants to
Thursday, 22 November 2018 / Published in How-To
Wheels like Orangatang’s or ABEC11 come in awesome colours like Orange, Purple and even Blue. But sometimes you just want something different, like yellow or Scooby-snack brown. If you want to customise your ride the first thing you should do is dying your wheels. Fill up a big stainless steel or glas bowl with water, and