Onewheels are famously made of tough, durable stuff. They’re built for all kinds of weather, not just the sunshine of San Jose. Winter riding can be daunting because it’s full of unknowns for riders. But when the cold temperatures set in it doesn’t mean the fun has to stop, it just means a whole other kind of fun can begin!
What changed after you rented the Onewheel on FriendWithA?
Nothing, it confirmed what I already thought. That riding it would be a blast!! It also made me realize that they don't have as much learning curve as I expected.
Though Onewheels are built for crushing all kinds of terrain, adding on the mods that suit your style of riding is the best way to get the most out of your board. Whether it’s being able to push the boundaries of sliding, grinding, or carving, check out these 7 Onewheel mods to help get you get to the next level.
Everyone has different value systems when it comes to what they’re happy to spend their money on. A college student’s $1,800 isn’t the same as $1,800 to a 39 year-old homeowner’s. That being said, some things can earn their cost pretty easily like a games console that sees a lot of hours or a mountain bike that rides a lot of miles. So where does the Onewheel fit into that spectrum...and is it really worth the price?
The Onewheel is unparalleled for allowing complete freedom as riders explore all kinds of inclines, declines, and terrains. But when it comes to what to wear on the board, it’s best to think with just a little more restraint.
Don't you wish your little drone buddy could spend its days exploring the skies instead of collecting dust in your closet? On Friend With A you'll find people willing to take it for a flight and pay you for it!
With cameras in our phones getting increasingly better every year fewer and fewer people find it necessary to fork out on a full-blown purpose-made device. However eventually comes that special moment we wish we could capture in the fullest detail possible.