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Many beginners fall off from self-balancing electric scooters, especially the one wheel scooters quite often. However, failure breeds success. A fall will bring more reference and experience to guarantee a safer ride next time. But in most cases, falling off is not contributed to lacking skills. Tension is the impediment to learn to ride a balancing scooter deftly. Today, in Airwheel knowledge class, we will discuss how tension leads to falling down and give some techniques to avoid injuries brought along.
As is known, Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter depends on a gyroscope and accelerometer to give feedbacks on changes of angle, center of gravity and speed, then drive internal electrical machine to respond to the feedbacks and keep the scooter in balance. The gyroscope and accelerometer are hyper sensitive. The easiest mistake made by beginners is being too nervous and staring down at the scooter. Normally, a skillful rider controls it with gentle movement of his gravity center. But exaggerated body movement brought along by tension will affect the stability of riding.
Actually, when riding, it is better to keep upper body straight and look straight ahead. Lowering your head and bending down may make you feel safer but it is harder for beginners to keep balance. Meanwhile, riding without looking forward sounds quite dangerous. It is very likely to stumble into people and obstacles on the road.
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For skillful riders, falling off a self-balancing scooter is often a result of over speed. On the contrary, it is a result of too low speed for Beginners. Beginners ride a scooter slowly because of fear. But the slower the speed is, the harder it is to keep balance. Anyway, overcoming sense of fear is the prerequisite to learn to ride a self-balancing electric scooter well.