It’s Peter White, a 15-year-old boy from Los Angeles. Only judging from my childish face, I’m still a student in middle school. There is a fact that I have to admit that I was so introverted before that I never said a word to the stranger proactively. I barely had few friends until I received a present at Christmas. I never thought it should be a twin-wheeled self-balancing scooter which is much safer than the hoverboard.
This scooter is designed with just solid colors yet without losing fashion elements getting a hit in my school. In the light of the aviation attitude control system, I gradually got the point to remain balance when I stood on it. Anyway to keep balance on the self balance twin-wheeled electric scooter is the key. After one week, I realize that practice makes perfect. For scooter’s flexibility, I can ride it on a narrow corridor, such as the muddy pavement, lawn, and rainy road as well as country lane. Now my classmates or some school mates come up to me for grasping the skill to control the mini scooter. Then I am patient to explain to them how to ride it properly. When speed exceeds 12km/h, the front end of pedal will rise gradually; when it exceeds16km/h, the pedal will pose a 10 degreereferred to the horizontal level, which keep you from inclining further to accelerate.
With time flying away, I have been accepted by them. Additionally, we set up a team of scooter, and recommending me as team leader. When I hear that news I feel flattered. Slowly I get extroverted and talkative as I make more friends. For us, weekends and holidays are our big day to hold riding matches and activities to improve skill. We can gather together with my teammates in the plaza or some open air with less people around. It attracts more team members’ joining. Days with rolling on the electric scooter are the best time of my life. Thanks to it, I can make such good friends.