(halfbiker) 1 year ago
I have hesitated to write this because I keep thinking the halfbike will work out for me. I thought that because it has three wheels it would be better for somebody with terrible balance; it is not. The instructions for assembly are by video. For somebody who is not a visual thinker, the steps are not clear. I did not get the brake cable correctly connected because the thumb thingie was not in the right position when I threaded the wire through. Even for someone with great balance who has no trouble assembling it, it does not seem to serve any purpose that could not be better served by a scooter or bike.
(halfbiker) 10 months ago
Hi Alice, It's true that the Halfbike requires practice and determination to master, but that's also part of the fun and the whole experience. Like any new skill one has to learn, the Halfbike can be a challenge in the beginning, but can be quite rewarding once you feel your brain adjusting to the new movements and actually getting better with time. It's all described in our learning curve graph here with some additional learning tips > www.halfbikes.com/manual You can also check the YouTube channel by one of our ambassadors. He provides thorough and very useful tips on mastering & learning the Halfbike. www.youtube.com/channel/UCBFS-EzzPeNFlyXHrePTG0A/videos Let me know what troubles you the most and I'll try to provide some additional tips.
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