Is MAGWheel hard to learn?

At first glance, riding MAGWheel looks a little tricky. After all, it’s radically different from other ways to get around town and has more speed than a bike without an assistant system.

While it may look a bit intimidating and the riding experience is unique, there isn’t needing many skills.

How Do I Balance on a MAGWheel?
This is certainly one of the first things that comes to mind when you get a new MAGWheel. You’ll be happy to know that, like a Segway, it is full of sensors to keep your center of gravity. You’ve probably thought that like a bike you’d have to learn how to balance on a new MAGWheel…but it is completely self-balancing!

Sure, as a beginner you’re likely to be a bit wobbly, but most people can find their way in just a few minutes. Just place your feet on either side of the wheel, the footpad, and it’ll register that you’ve got on the board. From that point, your MAGWheel will help you find your balance. Pretty easy, isn't it?

How Do I Direct the MAGWheel?
This is another question that pops up a lot, especially if you’re unfamiliar with things like snowboards. It’s surprisingly simple to move about on a new MAGWheel. All you have to do is look in the direction you want to go, apply pressure to the front foot sensor, and you’re off!

Unless you’re content going in a straight line all the time, you’re probably wondering how you turn. It sounds a bit silly, but I promise it’s super easy! Just apply light pressure on your toes or heels, or rotate your waist to the direction you want to move. You may chuckle a bit at first, but you’ll soon see how intuitive a Onewheel is. Just remember that all the motion is driven by your body and it’s ok to feel weird at first.


Post time: Mar-04-2022