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by don - 2021-09-10 07:40:06 ( in education, research) [php version] rebuild

I got a Shell scooter. xpensive, but well built

Surprisingly difficult to get the hang of, with my balance problem.

Also, the is very aggressive so it requires a light touch to avoid doing

a wheely. But it will develop my balance, and even muscles which I

haven't been using lately.

On 9/2/21 10:19 AM:

I don't know anything about them. I'd just go look at reviews. ($500a

for a battery sure looks steep and I wonder how long they last).

I'd look at how far you can go on one. Neighbors have fold up ones but

I don't know how they like them.

On Thursday, September 2, 2021, 02:28:26 AM

wrote:

that might be a good option

right now I'm looking at a nelectric-assist bicycle

https://www.chargebikes.com/collections/electric-bikes/products/city-electric-bike

any opinion?

It's $700 and made by a Schwinn manufacturer suposedly, A new battery

costs $500 however.

On 9/1/21 8:58 PM:

I think said that you were maybe considering an electric scooter

since you can't drive. Have you checked into them?

Since I work at Target and get a discount, I looked at what they have:

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Shop for electric scooters for adults online at Target. Choose from

contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and ...


I'm returning the scooter. I'm to big and un-nimble for a scooter, I

would end up hurt eventually.It's too much like a skateboard. might try

an electric bicycle.

On 9/9/21 5:48 PM

I see them all over town when I'm teaching driving

I didn't know they were hard to use.

On Thu, Sep 9, 2021 at 3:42 PM someone wrote:

Great!  Might even be fun!

*

Sent: *Thursday, September 9, 2021 5:40 PM

*Cc: *

Subject: *Re:

I got a Shell scooter. xpensive, but well built

Surprisingly difficult to get the hang of, with my balance

problem. Also, the is very aggressive so it requires a light touch

to avoid doing a wheely. But it will develop my balance, and even

muscles which I haven't been using lately.

On 9/2/21 10:19 AM:

I don't know anything about them. I'd just go look at reviews.

($500a for a battery sure looks steep and I wonder how long

they last).

I'd look at how far you can go on one. Neighbors have fold up

ones but I don't know how they like them.

On Thursday, September 2, 2021, 02:28:26 AM

wrote:

that might be a good option

right now I'm looking at a nelectric-assist bicycle

https://www.chargebikes.com/collections/electric-bikes/products/city-electric-bike

any opinion?

It's $700 and made by a Schwinn manufacturer suposedly, A new

battery costs $500 however.

On 9/1/21 8:58 PM:

I think said that you were maybe considering an electric

scooter since you can't drive. Have you checked into them?

Since I work at Target and get a discount, I looked at what

they have:

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Shop for electric scooters for adults online at Target. Choose

from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and ...


not doing any physical therapy, been doing chemo and radiation though

I'm hoping the scooter will help

On 9/9/21 6:33 PM:

Looks like fun!  I walk a straight line on the edge of our rug a few

times a week, and it has helped my balance.  Also, how about physical

therapy?

On 9/9/2021 3:42 PM

Great!  Might even be fun!

*

Sent: *Thursday, September 9, 2021 5:40 PM

*Cc: *

Subject: *Re:

I got a Shell scooter. xpensive, but well built

Surprisingly difficult to get the hang of, with my balance problem.

Also, the is very aggressive so it requires a light touch to avoid

doing a wheely. But it will develop my balance, and even muscles

which I haven't been using lately.

On 9/2/21 10:19 AM:

I don't know anything about them. I'd just go look at reviews.

($500a for a battery sure looks steep and I wonder how long they

last).

I'd look at how far you can go on one. Neighbors have fold up

ones but I don't know how they like them.

On Thursday, September 2, 2021, 02:28:26 AM

wrote:

that might be a good option

right now I'm looking at a nelectric-assist bicycle

https://www.chargebikes.com/collections/electric-bikes/products/city-electric-bike

any opinion?

It's $700 and made by a Schwinn manufacturer suposedly, A new

battery costs $500 however.

On 9/1/21 8:58 PM:

I think said that you were maybe considering an electric

scooter since you can't drive. Have you checked into them?

Since I work at Target and get a discount, I looked at what they

have:

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Shop for electric scooters for adults online at Target. Choose

from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and ...


not doing any physical therapy, been doing chemo and radiation though

I'm hoping the scooter will help

On 9/9/21 6:33 PM:

Looks like fun!  I walk a straight line on the edge of our rug a few

times a week, and it has helped my balance.  Also, how about physical

therapy?

On 9/9/2021 3:42 PM

Great!  Might even be fun!

*

Sent: *Thursday, September 9, 2021 5:40 PM

*Cc: *

Subject: *Re:

I got a Shell scooter. xpensive, but well built

Surprisingly difficult to get the hang of, with my balance problem.

Also, the is very aggressive so it requires a light touch to avoid

doing a wheely. But it will develop my balance, and even muscles

which I haven't been using lately.

On 9/2/21 10:19 AM:

I don't know anything about them. I'd just go look at reviews.

($500a for a battery sure looks steep and I wonder how long they

last).

I'd look at how far you can go on one. Neighbors have fold up

ones but I don't know how they like them.

On Thursday, September 2, 2021, 02:28:26 AM

wrote:

that might be a good option

right now I'm looking at a nelectric-assist bicycle

https://www.chargebikes.com/collections/electric-bikes/products/city-electric-bike

any opinion?

It's $700 and made by a Schwinn manufacturer suposedly, A new

battery costs $500 however.

On 9/1/21 8:58 PM:

I think said that you were maybe considering an electric

scooter since you can't drive. Have you checked into them?

Since I work at Target and get a discount, I looked at what they

have:

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Shop for electric scooters for adults online at Target. Choose

from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and ...


not doing any physical therapy, been doing chemo and radiation though

I'm hoping the scooter will help

On 9/9/21 6:33 PM:

Looks like fun!  I walk a straight line on the edge of our rug a few

times a week, and it has helped my balance.  Also, how about physical

therapy?

On 9/9/2021 3:42 PM

Great!  Might even be fun!

*

Sent: *Thursday, September 9, 2021 5:40 PM

*Cc: *

Subject: *Re:

I got a Shell scooter. xpensive, but well built

Surprisingly difficult to get the hang of, with my balance problem.

Also, the is very aggressive so it requires a light touch to avoid

doing a wheely. But it will develop my balance, and even muscles

which I haven't been using lately.

On 9/2/21 10:19 AM:

I don't know anything about them. I'd just go look at reviews.

($500a for a battery sure looks steep and I wonder how long they

last).

I'd look at how far you can go on one. Neighbors have fold up

ones but I don't know how they like them.

On Thursday, September 2, 2021, 02:28:26 AM

wrote:

that might be a good option

right now I'm looking at a nelectric-assist bicycle

https://www.chargebikes.com/collections/electric-bikes/products/city-electric-bike

any opinion?

It's $700 and made by a Schwinn manufacturer suposedly, A new

battery costs $500 however.

On 9/1/21 8:58 PM:

I think said that you were maybe considering an electric

scooter since you can't drive. Have you checked into them?

Since I work at Target and get a discount, I looked at what they

have:

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Shop for electric scooters for adults online at Target. Choose

from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and ...


not doing any physical therapy, been doing chemo and radiation though

I'm hoping the scooter will help

On 9/9/21 6:33 PM:

Looks like fun!  I walk a straight line on the edge of our rug a few

times a week, and it has helped my balance.  Also, how about physical

therapy?

On 9/9/2021 3:42 PM

Great!  Might even be fun!

*

Sent: *Thursday, September 9, 2021 5:40 PM

*Cc: *

Subject: *Re:

I got a Shell scooter. xpensive, but well built

Surprisingly difficult to get the hang of, with my balance problem.

Also, the is very aggressive so it requires a light touch to avoid

doing a wheely. But it will develop my balance, and even muscles

which I haven't been using lately.

On 9/2/21 10:19 AM:

I don't know anything about them. I'd just go look at reviews.

($500a for a battery sure looks steep and I wonder how long they

last).

I'd look at how far you can go on one. Neighbors have fold up

ones but I don't know how they like them.

On Thursday, September 2, 2021, 02:28:26 AM

wrote:

that might be a good option

right now I'm looking at a nelectric-assist bicycle

https://www.chargebikes.com/collections/electric-bikes/products/city-electric-bike

any opinion?

It's $700 and made by a Schwinn manufacturer suposedly, A new

battery costs $500 however.

On 9/1/21 8:58 PM:

I think said that you were maybe considering an electric

scooter since you can't drive. Have you checked into them?

Since I work at Target and get a discount, I looked at what they

have:

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Electric Scooters For Adults : Target

Shop for electric scooters for adults online at Target. Choose

from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and ...


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