About riding Airwheel S series — two wheel personal transporter razor scooter electric

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Veröffentlicht am: 21.04.2016 12:43
Rubrik: Handel & Wirtschaft

(Presseportal openBroadcast) - It is known that riders can balance by leaning forward and backward to control the self-balancing electric scooter as it accelerates, decelerates, and brakes. Turning on the S-series vehicle is controlled by the presence of the handlebar and the vertically ascending shaft. The lateral movement of the handlebar will cause the differential of rotational speed on both wheels. For instance, the rotational speed of the right wheel will be faster than the left wheel when the shaft is swung to the left allowing the vehicle to turn left. The rotational speed of the left wheel will be faster than the right wheel when the shaft is swung to the right allowing the vehicle to turn right.

To go forward, you will need to lean forward slightly and push the handlebar gradually forward. To go backward, you will need to lean slightly backward and pull the handlebar gradually backward. When you begin riding S-series, you will need to steer at a slow speed until you become more comfortable with steering, acceleration, deceleration, and stopping. To return to the idle position, you will need to place the handlebar back to the upright position. When riding the Airwheel intelligent electric scooter, always be aware of your surroundings to avoid collisions with other obstacles.

When first learning how to ride the Airwheel two wheel self-balancing electric scooter, you must steer cautiously and accelerate and decelerate gradually. Please avoid controlling the Airwheel S-series elf-balancing scooter in a jerking manner. In additional, please avoid drastic shaking in the forward and backward directions and avoid any abrupt shifting of your centre-of-gravity which could result in injury.

The Airwheel 2-wheeled electric scooter turns according to the movement of the Handlebar and Control Shaft. By pushing the Handlebar left or right, the Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter will turn accordingly. You will stop the Airwheel electric scooter by shifting your centre-of-gravity to the opposite direction in which you are traveling.

Media Contact:
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
Contact Person: Eric
Address: Los Angeles, California, USA
E-mail: sales@airwheel.net
Website: http://www.airwheel.net

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