1. Miles October 25, 2016 6:29 pm  Reply

    Hi Duf,
    I stumbled across your video wherein you rotated the tires on your 1999(?) Tacoma. I too have a ’99 Tacoma, and it is in need of new tires. What tires do you recommend?

    • Duf October 26, 2016 8:12 am  Reply

      I bought Generals

  2. Bruce December 4, 2017 2:21 pm  Reply

    Hi Duf,

    i too stumbled across your videos on electric unicycles and I have now watched everyone! I took delivery of a Step and Roll last week and have now spent about 5 hours riding it with the training wheels.

    Question for you: Would it be better to:

    1. Keep riding the S&R until I can ride it comfortably without the training wheels;

    2. Buy a used Ninebot 1 to continue my training; or

    3. Buy a KingSong 16S on don’t look back?

    Appreciate your thoughts,



    • Duf December 6, 2017 8:12 am  Reply

      Keep the S&R until you can ride it without training wheels competently, then, buy a KS16S, by going to ehweels.com/eucarmy 🙂

  3. Bruce A. Templeton February 2, 2018 8:09 pm  Reply

    Hi Duf,
    Thanks for the advice. I did as you suggested and I now have about 30 miles on the KS16s I received from Jason three days ago. Had my first wipe out today going down hill over a bridge. No injuries or damage. The gear really works.

    By the way, I am in Naples for the winter. Are there any group rides in the area?


    • Duf February 5, 2018 8:52 am  Reply

      No official group rides as EUC riders around here are very sparse. I usually try to go for a longer ride on the weekends, maybe you can tag along?

  4. Bruce A. Templeton February 5, 2018 9:13 pm  Reply

    Happy to. I have been riding the bike path at North Collier Regional Park as it seems the best place to practice in the area without traffic. My skill level is good enough to ride the bike paths, but not good enough to ride the bike lanes on the main streets here. Just too dangerous for now. Hopefully in a week or two, things will improve.

    Where do you ride on weekends?


  5. Eric Reid January 25, 2020 6:22 am  Reply

    Hi Duf.
    I have a ISP121 and am finding the foot steps are a little small for my size 11 foot. Just wondering if you know if there’s a bigger foot step on a better wheel that will give me about a 100klms distance and a 45 to 50 klms per hr speed, as I’m riding the IPS121 on continuous beeps (flatout lol top speed 18klms) thanks mate from Australia. Love the many YouTube blogs

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