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Old March 24th, 2020, 04:15 AM   #7
ese002
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This a Hudora 205 I bought in 2007. I have mostly used it for short hops at lunch time. Scooters cut out the gear up time needed to skate and the parking time needing to bike.

I've used it for longer workouts when I was recovering from an injury and not yet confident to skate. It does get the heart going, though the asymmetry is annoying. I have to stop periodically to switch feet. The "right" way to do this is to momentarily put both feet on the platform but that is impossible for me as the platform is only barely big enough for one of my 13US feet. Most scooters I couldn't use at all because the platform maxes out at about size 10. The Hundora also has a higher weight capacity than the razors all while being quite a lot cheaper than high end adult scooters.
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