About the learning of Airwheel X8 mini mobility self balancing skateboard

23, April 2016: For the majority of scooter lovers, they show much more interest in the single-wheeled electric scooters, as they can provide them with unrestrained feeling, which others cannot do. While, the higher agility also means the higher learning difficulty. Because of the learning difficulty, the one wheel scooters shut the door upon many people’s faces. Harvey, a veteran player of Airwheel X8 shares his learning experience with us. Getting a hang of electric scooter X8 is a test of the patience and perseverance of the rider. It calls for the bravery of facing numerous failure.


Up to now, Harvey has played Airwheel X8 one wheel scooter expertly. He can be literally termed as a veteran. He normally shows off his thrilling wheelie in the street, being spotted by a good many pedestrians. Each time seeing his smooth wheelie like an expert, the audience tend to ask him about how to learn it and go to such extent.

Harvey recalled that X8electric unicycle is adopting aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to maintain balance by leaning forward and backward, which has a higher requirement on the body’s balancing ability. For beginners, it is easy to fall off. It is necessary to wear some protection gears, such as the Airwheel C3 intelligent helmet, kneecap and wrister etc.


At first, numerous failure pushed his confidence on the verge of collapse too. It is better to have an assistant at your side to help you get on. When you can proceed some distance under the help of other, you need to practice a lot until you can keep balance without the others’ assistance. Gradually, you will be able to get on the scooter by yourself. Harvey gives advice that green hand is easier to learn Airwheel Q series, and takes it as an interim period. They will find the electric unicycle is not that hard.

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