The Best Electric Unicycles Of 2024

A man riding the GotWay MTen3 in an urban setting, which is one of the best electric unicycles in the game.

In recent years electric unicycles have become very popular. As you begin looking at the world of the electric unicycles you may soon feel overwhelmed with the options. Here, we are going to discuss the best electric unicycles on the market. This article is a collaborative effort between myself and experienced riders. Instead of only giving you specs, we are also going to give you insight from our personal riding experiences.

Best Electric Unicycles Of 2024

Our Top Picks

1. InMotion V12

4.8/5

Great Torque

Specs & Overview
Top Speed43.5 mph
Range40 miles
Weight64 lbs
Motor2500W
Wheel Size16 x 3 inches
Water Resistance RatingIPX5
WarrantyUp to 3 Years
The InMotion V12 is everything we love about the V11 with a few upgrades and adjustments. It’s just the right size for beginner and advanced riders and it’s always a fun ride. The technology has improved since the V11, but there are a few notable standouts. If you are considering buying this electric unicycle, there’s a few things to consider. Let’s talk about some of the things we like!
 
If you’re not blown away by the interactive touch display, you’ll appreciate the build of the wheel itself. The strong and durable build makes this wheel a tank. It’s not that we’re trying to see how durable a wheel can be, but it’s nice to know that your $2,299 can handle a few bumps and falls. For a wheel that goes slight above 43 mph, those things matter. Additionally, the kickstand is much is very stable and a clear improvement over the previous model.
 
If you’re planning on riding through grassy or wet areas, water damage is a low risk due to the V12’s high water resistance rating. We also like the lighting a lot. The wheel has cool LED lights and a bright headlight which is good for night riders. Another great feature is the speakers. The loud Bluetooth speakers are not just great for music, but they also inform riders when they are approaching dangerous speeds.
 
With all this in mind, we should talk about some features we’re not too big on. If you thought the V11 was heavy, the V12 is even heavier. It’s only a four pound difference, but it does make transporting this wheel even less convenient. This wheel is a slow charge and at max capacity, the V12 still has a range 20 miles less than its predecessor. The braking system does not respond as quickly as we would like to see and the trolly handle has a weird feel.
 
Overall, we’re impressed with the direction InMotion is taking with the V12 and think this is a wheel all riders will enjoy!

2. InMotion V11

4.8/5

Great Suspension System

Specs & Overview
Top Speed31 MPH
Range60 miles
Weight59.5 lbs
Motor2000W
Wheel Size18 x 3 inches
Water Resistance RatingIP55
Warranty12 months

The InMotion V11 is a personal favorite that will always be near and dear to our hearts. This absolute beast of an electric vehicle is fast, high tech, and carries like a suitcase. While the wheel is quite pricey~$2,199 to be exact, it is a great choice for riders of all levels.

The first thing that stuck out to us was its size. While this wheel is a little bulky and weighs in at 60 pounds, it is a comfortable ride for all sizes (up to 300 pounds). This is partly due to its large pedals with grip tape and 18×3’’ dimensions that create a smoother ride on most terrains.

The second thing that really stood out to us was that this wheel comes with shocks. This means that the wheel is built to absorb the impact of airborne maneuvers. Additionally, the wheel can travel for ranges of 55-60 miles, with a top speed of about 30 mph. This power comes from its lithium ion battery with a capacity of 1500Wh and a 2200W nominal motor.

The V11 has other features such as the InMotion app which allows you to cap your speed and track your metrics, as well as set the wheel to travel mode. Travel mode is a feature that disables the wheel from rotating when it is powered off. Lastly, like all the great wheels, the V11 does include a kickstand and high quality lighting. In our opinion, of all the InMotions, the V11 is the best of its class.

3. Veteran Sherman​

4.8/5

Fastest EUC of 2021

Specs & Overview
Top Speed61 MPH
Range130 miles
Weight77 lbs
Motor2500W
Wheel Size20 x 4 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

When it comes to the Veteran Sherman, there is so much to discuss, it should be its own blog post. First things first, we need to talk about the price. The listed cost of the Veteran Sherman electric unicycle is $3,699. This figure is first paid with a $1,000 deposit and followed with a $2,699 balance. Yes, we know–this wheel is really expensive. With all that said, now that we’ve gotten all of that out of the way, let’s break down what makes this electric unicycle so special.

One thing you need to understand with the Veteran Sherman is that you’re getting what you’re paying for. The people who built this wheel were former GotWay engineers. This means that GotWay’s best and brightest branched off to create what was once the fastest electric unicycle known to man. Additionally, the Veteran Sherman is the longest range electric unicycle and is capable of traveling up to 128 miles per charge. Such a feat would not be possible with a 3200Wh battery and a 2500W Motor.

We should also mention that this wheel is a juggernaut. This can be a pro or a con depending on how much size matters to you. The wheel itself is 21.65 x 7.67 inches and weighs 77 pounds and can carry up to 330 pounds. The size makes sense when you think about how fast the wheel can go with the terrain riders may encounter. The pedals are also quite large and measure in at 9.85 x 5.11 inches.

Another feature to note is that the Veteran Sherman is the first wheel with an integrated dashboard. This dashboard displays speed, mileage, and battery life. Overall, the Veteran Sherman is not a wheel that was designed with practicality in mind. The size and weight of the wheel alone make it more of an electric vehicle rather than an electric wheel. It is a deluxe performance wheel that is built for riders seeking high speeds.

4. InMotion V8

the inmotion v8/v8f thumbnail
4.8/5

AKA Solowheel Glide 3

Specs & Overview
Top Speed19 MPH
Range20-25 miles
Weight29 lbs
Motor800W
Wheel Size16 inches
Water Resistance RatingIP54
Warranty12 months

At a price of $899.00 the InMotion V8 is a great starter wheel for beginners. The wheel’s optimal shape and size and create excellent ergonomics and maneuverability. As a result, the wheel has a smooth handling, an easy mount / dismount, and a sharp turn radius. On top of the wheel’s ability to balance and turn, its responsive acceleration and braking makes riding a breeze. The InMotion V8 is a great starter wheel for beginners. The wheel’s optimal shape and size (16″ x 1.95″) and create excellent ergonomics and maneuverability. As a result, the wheel has a smooth handling, an easy mount / dismount, and a sharp turn radius. On top of the wheel’s ability to balance and turn, its responsive acceleration and braking makes riding a breeze.

One thing to be mindful of is the battery and power. The wheel’s 800W motor and 480Wh battery capacity is enough to for a top speed of 19 miles per hour and a top range of 25-30 miles. While the battery is enough to cruise around for a few hours, it isn’t the best with hills. If you are planning on going uphill, try to go slow or if you are capable of carrying 29 pounds, see if you can carry the wheel. Another feature to be mindful is the load capacity of the wheel. The max capacity is 260 pounds. In the spirit of avoiding a stress test, we recommend this wheel to riders weighing under 225 lbs.

If you have read any of our other reviews, one thing you have probably noticed is that we geek out over apps. Something about the mobile integration gets us excited and InMotion does it best. The InMotion app allows you control the LED lights, analyze and track riding metrics, and more! You can learn about all the various InMotion app features here.

5. InMotion V8f

4.8/5

Great Mid-Range Option

Specs & Overview
Top Speed21.7 MPH
Range22 miles
Weight32 lbs
Motor1000W
Wheel Size16 inches
Water Resistance RatingIP55
Warranty12 months

If you are someone who had or has ridden the V8 and loved it, then you’re going to love the InMotion V8f. This electric unicycle is a nice upgrade with similar dimensions that only costs $300 more. This upgrade includes a 1000W motor and 518Wh battery capacity that takes around 4 – 4.5 hours to fully charge. As a result, this electric unicycle has a max speed of 22 miles per hour and a range of about 22 miles.

The balance on this wheel should be easier due the wide surface area of the pedals. This feature makes the electric unicycle more accommodating to larger footed riders. The InMotion V8f does weigh 32 pounds (slightly heavier than the V8) and has a maximum load capacity of 260 pounds. Although we have already stated this in our review of the V8, we do not recommend testing this limit

What this wheel lacks in power, it makes up for in it’s usability, ergonomics, and price. This electric unicycle is an excellent choice for beginners with larger budgets. That said, in the realm of electric unicycles, the V8f certainly does not break the bank.

6. GotWay Nikola Plus

4.8/5

Great For Range

Specs & Overview
Top Speed35-40 MPH
Range70-100 miles
Weight54-60 lbs
Motor2000W
Wheel Size16 x 3 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

If you are considering buying a GotWay electric unicycle for a long commute, then the Nikola is right for you! The Gotway Nikola Plus was built with speed and range in mind. The Nikola is capable of traveling up to 70 miles per charge with a high speed of close to 40 mph. This is made possible due to its battery capacity of 1800Wh and 2000W motor. Full charge time for this wheel is around 2 – 2.5 hours.

On top of speed and range, the wheel also has a beautiful physical design. The 16 x 3 inch tire offers a stable ride in rough terrain, yet is not too bulky or clunky. Its sharp and sleek curves are complemented with color-changing LED lights around the rim of the wheel. These lights-in addition to a headlight-allow you to both see and be seen while riding in darker hours of the day.

Other features that stand out is the retractable handle and the 2x25W Bluetooth speaker. It is pretty much a rolling boombox that you can blast while you ride or roll like a piece of luggage. It’s , which makes it louder than most electric unicycles. The integrated voltmeter that allows you to check the battery life is another feature that stands out. Overall, if you’re planning on long rides and you’re comfortable with spending $2,175 on an EUC, the Nikola is a great option.

7. King Song 16X

4.8/5

This EUC Checks A Lot Of Boxes

Specs & Overview
Top Speed31 MPH
Range65 miles
Weight51.8 lbs
Motor2200W
Wheel Size16 x 3 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

If you’re looking for a new electric unicycle as your primary form of transportation, then the King Song 16X is perfect for you! With a range of 65 miles and a max speed of 31 mph, this electric unicycle should be enough to get you to and from work. This is possible due to a battery capacity of 1554Wh and 2200 watts of motor power. Full charging time is around 5 hours.

As far as size and weight goes, this electric unicycle is 16X3 inches and weighs a nearly 52 pounds (51.8 pounds to be exact). While lifting this wheel can be quite the workout, there is a retractable handle which makes it easy to roll. The unicycle can hold a rider weight of up to 330 pounds, but the user manual recommends not exceeding a 265 pounds.

A new King Song 16X sells for $2,089 on eWheels. Unless you have 2 grand sitting around for casual spending, this EUC is quite the investment. Having ridden this wheel, I can say that it is a lot of fun, but this wheel is great for its usability and various features. These features include LED lights, speakers, and an app that tracks speed, range, and battery charge. This electric unicycle offers safety features such as lift stop and tilt rotation. Additional safety features include battery-life, overheating, and speed-limit protection.

8. InMotion V10/F

4.8/5

It feels like you’re Tron

Specs & Overview
Top Speed25 MPH
Range30-40 miles
Weight45.4 lbs
Motor2000W
Wheel Size16 x 2.5 inches
Water Resistance RatingIP55
Warranty12 months

The InMotion V10/V10F is the best electric unicycle (in our opinion) as far as quality and price goes. The official product page lists this electric unicycle with a $100 deposit and a $1599 invoice, with the option of adding a $50 protective cover. The total cost ranges from $1,699-$1,749. While it is pricey, its speed of 25mph and range of 30 or 40 miles (depending on which model) puts it in the mid range wheel category and justifies the cost.

The InMotion V10 has a 650Wh battery capacity and provides a 30 mile range. The V10F has a 960Wh battery capacity which is why it can go farther with a 40 mile range. Both units have 2000 Watts of motor power which allows a 25 mph cruising speed and have a wheel size of 16 x 2.5. While the wheel is already has a self-balancing mechanism, the wide tire and large pedals allow greater stability and a smooth ride. The V10/V10F is not dust-proof but it does have dust ingress protection. These units can handle light rain but they should not be submerged in water. So be sure to avoid muddy puddles!

Both models include traditional features such as lights, speakers, and a mobile app for iOS and Android. The lights are downward angled with a 15-foot distance and are 3X brighter than the V8. Both sides of the wheel also include three customizable LED lights. The Bluetooth speakers are great for streaming and come with voice prompts for important alerts. The app helps you control lighting, pedal sensitivity, and tracking for important stats. These stats include speed and battery percentage. Safety features include a motor cut-off button and an active cooling system. This allows for overload, temperature, and slant protection.

9. GotWay Tesla V2

4.8/5

Classic GotWay Wheel

Specs & Overview
Top Speed30 MPH
Range40-50 miles
Weight42 lbs
Motor1900W
Wheel Size16 x 2.125 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

From a technical standpoint, the Tesla V2 is an upgrade from previous GotWay models due to its updated control board. This includes a heat sink and dual cooling fans which prevent the wheel from malfunctions from overheating. On top of the piece of mind that this comes with is the fact that the Tesla V2 is a relatively affordable wheel in the EUC world with a price of $1,350.

The wheel weighs 42 pounds and can carry loads of no more than 300 pounds. Its dimensions of 16 x 2.125 inches makes for an easy ride on most terrains. Be mindful that the width of this particular wheel is not as big as other wheels and may be more sensitive to cracks and pebbles. That aside, with 1900 motor watts and the battery power of 1020Wh, the Tesla V2 provides riders with quick speeds and long distance. The wheel can travel at speeds topping off at 30 mph and a range that nears 50 miles.

The Tesla V2 includes a variety of features aside from rideability which makes it an easy sell. It has a telescopic retractable handle, that looks like it belongs on a suitcase or rolling backpack. This handle gives your legs much more room to operate while transporting the unit. Much like the Nikola, the Tesla V2 also has the color-changing LED lights around the rim of the wheel. All-in-all, you’re looking at a reliable wheel with a decent price.

10. GotWay MTen3

4.8/5

Best for kids and tricks

Specs & Overview
Top Speed23 MPH
Range25-30 miles
Weight22 lbs
Motor800W
Wheel Size10 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

Of all the unicycles in the fleet, the GotWay MTen3 has always been a crowd-pleaser due to its size. This wheel has a 10 inch radius, only weighs 22 pounds, and could probably fit inside a backpack. All that being said, don’t let size fool you. This wheel is capable of carrying up to 240 pounds. Also, it has an 800W motor that is known to push speeds of up to 25 mph, and has a range of 25-30 miles.

One of the reasons this wheel is great for beginners is because it has a relatively low cost. This cost ranges from $650 – $1,090, depending on the battery power, which comes in 3 capacities: 420Wh, 460Wh, & 512Wh. Speaking of battery, the wheel takes roughly 2 hours for an 80% charge (With optional Rapid Charger).

The MTen3 does come in a ‘Stealth Black’ edition. Additional features for this electric unicycle include a lift motor suppression button, wide pedals, and LED lights which can be adjusted via mobile app. A caution is to be mindful of the terrain you choose to ride on. Cracks and pebbles can affect the ride or a smaller wheel much greater than a larger one. If you’re looking for smooth sailing, look for smooth terrain.

11. GotWay Monster V3

4.8/5

Considered a Top Cruiser

Specs & Overview
Top Speed38+ MPH
Range96 miles
Weight64 lbs
Motor2000W
Wheel Size22 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

Like any GotWay electric unicycle, a rider should expect a high voltage, Wh, and motor and the Monster V3 delivers. The 22 inch radius of the wheel and the sizable battery offers a quick and stable ride. The battery capacities of 1845Wh and 2400Wh, result in 74 miles per charge. The wheel can travel with a max speed of close to 40 miles per hour if you upgrade to the 2000W motor.

The V3 has proven to be a reliable electric unicycle across various terrains. While this electric unicycle does have a lot of power, be mindful about overworking it as a machine. The wheel is best suited for flatter terrains or gradual inclines. This electric unicycle weighs 60 pounds and can carry a maximum load of 330 pounds. Another thing to be mindful of is the price. With a listed cost of $2,850, know you are not making a small buy. This is a deluxe piece of machinery that will not disappoint.

The cost of the machine is justified through its usability and features. On top of having a great battery capacity, motor, and wheel size, the Monster V3 has wide pedals with grip tape that offers extra support. Additionally, this EUC includes an under-handle lift switch, bright headlights, and Bluetooth compatibility

12. GotWay MSX Pro

4.8/5

AKA the MSuper Pro

Specs & Overview
Top Speed37 MPH (2500W)
45 MPH (2000W)
Range60 miles
Weight52 lbs
Motor2500W
Wheel Size19 x 3 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

According to eWheels, the Gotway MSX Pro sells for nearly $2,000, is 19 x 3 inches in size, weighing in at 52 pounds. It comes with two motor options. Both options come with a 1800Wh battery pack with a range of 60 miles per charge. Full charging time is around 4 hours. They also have water resistance, an improved grip-tape and fender, and XL Nikola pedals.

The 2500W motor is has better torque and the 2000W unit has a high speed that goes up to 45 mph. The 2500W option has a maximum speed of about 35 mph, can hold up to 325 pounds, and has stronger climbing power. This is due to its torque-forward motor, making it a better option for those who plan on hill climbing.

While this premium electric unicycle can be costly, it does come with all the bells and whistles…or should we say: front and rear lights, speakers, and an app. The lights include a Double T6 headlight in the front and RGB accented LED lights in the back. The 35-watt Bluetooth speakers in this electric unicycle can stream music and sound alarms. The Gotway app is available for both iOS and Android. The app does include notable safety features. These features include speed-limit, short circuit, battery (over and under) voltage protection as well as pedal calibration.

13. King Song S18

4.8/5

The Bugatti of EUCs

Specs & Overview
Top Speed30 MPH
Range60-70 miles
Weight50 lbs
Motor1500W
Wheel Size18 x 2.5 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

The King Song S18 is one of the taller electric unicycles in the game. The size of the wheel (18 inches x 2.5) makes it the perfect electric unicycle for rougher terrain. This makes it great for off-roading on dirt trails and other outdoor adventures. Moreover, a larger wheel offers a smooth ride and an easier time with balancing, which makes it a great entry level electric unicycle. Additionally, the wheel includes a padded seat incase you get tired from standing.

The King Song S18 has two battery options of 840Wh and 1680Wh. The 840Wh wheel has a range of 60 and the 1680Wh wheel has a range of 70 miles. Regardless of which battery option you choose, you are still going to get 1500 watts of motor power. The maximum speed is 30mph, but that does not get unlocked until you reach 620 miles of riding. It takes about 4.5 – 5 hours for the wheel to fully charge, and each charge.

Like most unicycles, the King Song S18 also includes lights, Bluetooth speakers, and an app. The front and rear lighting has a sensor which automatically turns on when it begins to get dark. The app helps you track metrics like speed, usage, and battery percentage and adjust the tilt angle of the pedals as needed. While it is not recommended, the KS S18 supports a max rider weight of 350 pounds.

14. GotWay MCM5

4.8/5

The Mountain Climber

Specs & Overview
Top Speed23-25 MPH
Range40 miles
Weight37 lbs
Motor1500W
Wheel Size14 inches
Water Resistance RatingN/A
Warranty12 months

If you’re looking for a small and compact electric unicycle with great handling, then look no further! The GotWay MCM5 is a 14 inch wheel that weighs 37 pounds and can travel ranges up to 40 miles. While the wheel can handle weights of up to 250 pounds, we do not recommend testing if it can handle more. It is said that the MCM5 the best unicycle for climbing hills due to its amazing torque power, hence the nickname “The Mountain Climber”. This is made possible through a battery capacity of 800Wh and a 1500W sustained motor. The MCM5 has a max speed of 25 mph, making it the fastest cruising speed for a 14 inch wheel.

Although the wheel does have a decent cruising speed and enough power to tackle a mountain, we caution riders to be mindful of terrain. The MCM5 is a smaller wheel and smaller wheels tend to not be the greatest at handing rough roads. This means that riders should be extra cautious of cracks and pebbles on concrete and asphalt.

With all that said, let’s talk about some cool features this wheel has to offer. The MCM5 comes with an extendable handlebar, a USB charging plug, front and back lighting, and a handle motor switch. While there is not an app or speaker that comes with this wheel, the top does include LED colored lights.

FAQs

What Is An Electric Unicycle?

Electric unicycles – or EUCs – are one-wheel vehicles powered by an electric motor battery. As a rider, the way you lean and twist will determine the speed and direction in motion. Electric unicycles are not remote control operated like electric skateboards. Like other electric vehicles, electric unicycles need charging. Charge time and battery usage time can vary.

Most electric unicycles can go faster for greater lengths than other electric vehicles. Electric unicycles have two pedals for standing on each side of the wheel. Some unicycles come with built in features. These features can include shocks, padded seats, lights, a handle, and more. Some unicycles have more features than others. It all depends on which unit you’re going with and the intent of the design.

Generally speaking, the smaller wheels are a bit more agile, but harder to control. That said, they are better suited for doing tricks. The bigger wheels are more stable and comfortable. This makes them easier to learn for beginners and more forgiving on rocky terrain.

How To Choose An Electric Unicycle

Selecting a good electric unicycle is worth taking into consideration. Choosing the best electric unicycle is really about choosing the best electric unicycle for you. To determine what the best electric unicycle is, you must first take your budget into consideration. Think about it like buying a new phone – you start with your budget and look at the options.

Secondly, choose with intent. Before you buy an electric unicycle, know why you are doing it. Are you a going on outdoor adventures, riding your wheel to work, or are you looking for a casual hobby? Electric unicycles can be expensive so if you’re unsure of your intent, then maybe a cheap electric unicycle is better suited for you.

The last thing you need to do is ask yourself which features you can or cannot live without. Not everyone needs a waterproof electric unicycle, but it would make sense if you’re living in a place that rains.

To summarize, when choosing the best electric unicycle, know what the priorities are. Budget, intent, and features should not go overlooked. With this in mind, let’s talk about some of the best electric unicycles in the game!

Why should I buy an electric unicycle?

It comes down to riding preference. Once learnt they instantly become one with you and like magic you can go on any journey you want. They use very powerful engines and since they are packed with long lasting batteries, they can be operated more frequently than other similar size electric vehicles. Leisure users should use their electric unicycle to much enjoyment. The local population should enjoy driving an electric unicycle due its speed, and its stability. Many riders are using EUCs for group rides in larger cities, singletrack technical ride trails, jumps, stunts and more.
 

What features are important for an electric unicycle?

Other features to consider include speaker heads, trolley handles, a lift switch to shut out, and suspension. Different electric unicycle brands have different shell designs leading to different durability. Other differences exist in water resistance with some shells having a tight seal while others having areas for potential moisture and dust ingress. This feature should be taken into consideration before you pick a specific electric unicycle but that really depends on your riding style.
 

What is the fastest electric unicycle?

Reaching speeds up to 70 mph or 112 km/hr, the fastest electric unicycle at this point in time is the Begode Master. It’s one of the best electric unicycles available and includes a powerful motor of 3,500W with a battery capacity of 2,400Wh. The drivetrain of the Begode Master delivers an astounding speed and a range of 89 miles when averaging 18 mph, which makes it quite the adventurous ride.
 

What are the best electric unicycle accessories?

There are many great accessories that can be used with electric unicycles. Some of the most popular accessories include lights, horns, and speedometers. Other useful accessories include Clark Pads, mudguards, suspension forks, and carry bags. Ultimately, it’s up to the rider to decide which accessories are best for their needs and preferences.
 

Are electric unicycles safe?

Like other personal electric vehicles such as electric scooters and electric skateboards, safety on an electric unicycle is not guaranteed. Even the most experienced rider has their fair share of falls. The number one most important safety feature is safety gear. This includes helmets, wrist pads, elbow pads, knee pads, and even a safety vest. Make sure you are practicing on soft terrain such as grass when you’re first starting out. Once you build confidence then you can find out how much power your electric unicycle really packs.
 

Why are electric unicycles so expensive?

If you are reading this, then you are most likely annoyed at the fact that you usually have to drop at least $1000 when purchasing an EUC. When you think about the cost of manufacturing and the current demand, it actually makes sense why EUC’s are so pricey. With all that said, let’s break down what exactly drives the cost up so much.
 

Are electric unicycles street legal?

To answer the question, it really depends on which country you live in. Countries such as China and Germany have banned these vehicles and have made them illegal to operate in public. Most European countries have strict regulations although the UK has no laws governing the use of electric unicycles. And Canada encourages the use of electric unicycles due to high traffic congestion.

In the United States, electric unicycles are often grouped under laws as electric bicycles. In most US states electric bicycles are legal and helmets are usually required. Each state comes with its own set of laws and often, these laws are similar. Keep in mind that individual cities may have different laws about what is legal when it comes to riding your electric unicycle. For example, every type of electric wheel is banned in New York City.

If you are living in other countries not yet listed, be sure to do your homework. If no laws exist, you are free to ride your wheel how you see fit. With that in mind, we encourage you to be mindful of your own safety and the safety of those around you.

Where can I buy an electric unicycle?

If you’re like me, then you are probably the type of person who likes to see and feel a product before you buy it. With that said, you have to keep in mind that electric unicycles are a bit of a rare product.

Your best bet is to buy online. However, there is a solution that does depend on your location. If you are feeling adventurous, check out friendwitha.com. It is an interesting platform that is like AirBnB for ewheels. Here you can rent wheels for a day at an affordable price and get a feel of whether or not it is right for you.

Conclusion

EUCs have arrived, are here to stay, and will only get more advanced and sophisticated. Although they can be tough to learn how to ride, there is a lot of reward. They take up less space than most electric vehicles and are a great way to reduce gasoline consumption. Not to mention, they are a fun and thrilling experience.

If you take anything away from this article, it is that each wheel comes with its own shape, size, power, price, and rideability. While only you can determine which electric unicycle meets your specific needs, at ERide Journal we hope we were able to provide you with a buyers compass.

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