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Is it a good idea? While Seattle city proper may not get much accumulation during our mild winters, some of you who aren't yet veteran Solowheel riders may be wondering how safe it is to ride through a bit of snow and ice. The short answer: it should be avoided. While a bit of rain is usually not enough for us to lose much traction when riding with caution, adding snow and/or ice is asking for trouble especially in an urban setting. You could be putting yourself at risk, not to mention other folks around you. Some have experimented riding...

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Solowheel Original New Low Price The Original that started it all has been updated with larger pedals, new firmware, faster speed, and perhaps best of all: a lowered price! Having the advantage of many production runs, this rock solid Original has a more powerful punch than ever in a compact package ready to take you wherever you dream.    Black Friday Special! In addition to the new price of the Solowheel Original, we are offering NO SALES TAX for in-store purchases *or* FREE SHIPPING for online purchases. As always, every purchase comes backed up with free training right here in Seattle and...

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Many people are seeking qualified Solowheel trainers to help them learn how to master the wheel. Solowheel Seattle’s policy is to sell wheels to trained riders. By requiring an evaluation and training session for each new rider, we guarantee the greatest chance of a successful and safe riding experience.

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Why just Solowheel? Because Shane wants to avoid all the inferior wheels from entering the United States. Did you see what happened with his other invention, the Hovertrax? All kinds of cheap knock-offs were made. It became a public danger when they caught on fire or stopped working. No good.

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Designing a simple means of transportation for all that is portable, convenient and reduces the harm of traffic on the environment is the goal behind the Solowheel. Therefore, the Solowheel had to be a wheel and nothing but a wheel: no brake pedal, no accelerator, no seat, and no steering wheel, not even a key. Just a wheel.

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