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I think it's easiest to get a beginner used to the steering motion, by putting one foot on the frame between the pedals and scooting it like a scooter for a minute or so just to get the hang of how it feels and turns.
I've since fitted a universal MTB mud guard so I don't get a wet crutch riding through puddles. Although I had read they're not recommended for over 5km.
The way you stand while riding it, the movement of the legs/feet are similar to the motion used while running.
That was a year ago (Summer ’16), today it is incorporated in the training program as second to the running itself, and it is the single best contributor to developing endurance for multi-days Ultra-Running races without risking an overload or injury. Now I'm jumping curbs turning heads and Love riding my halfbike II. After four days my biggest achievement with the halfbike was driving around 250 metres in a straight line, without falling.
We do get to try and trust our body, our instinct, and learn to rely on our sense of balance and ability to react. Lots of people have asked about it and I've been letting them try it themselves. Loving it more and more and since the weather has been nice it's fun to use in the city. -Anthony I'd like to let you guys know that I LOVE my new halfbike! There is a learning curve but after an hour I had going straight down pat. I am surprised at how many muscles you use for balancing/riding... " At 70 years young it only took me 20 minutes to learn to ride. Howie (Maui) Once you learn & develop your motor skills & coordination..bike's a blast! First time I showed everyone the Halfbike we were at a barbeque and I showed up riding fast and making turns with it.
Next step for me: start jumping and doing tricks because I´m already too used to be faster than cars in town (hahaha). Even after a long day work, I usually take my bike at pm for a ride of at least half an hour as a personal workout.Love by halfbike a great invention and it's my 4th bike in my garage but the most used now. Zaida For me to buy the Halfbike has been a punch of energy and joy.I got mine last Wednesday, right before Thanksgiving so I was able to spend a bit of time on it (particularly with the unseasonably warm weather). So, I took the approach of trying to stand on it balanced with no movement and then pushed forward. It lets me enjoy riding it and experience another way to do sport. I meet people when I ride it and go to parks or around the cities.And although I have got a lot of troubles with my knees (cross-bounds and menisci are heavily damaged since years and decades) I've got the impression, that the way of movement is much better than on a normal bike: all the muscles of the leg are required and I feel a strong stabilization within after training. I took my 12 year old to see it wasn't expecting the scary jump scares or violent parts it's 10 times worse than the first Jurassic World and my 12 year old didn't think she would get scared but I think it upset her.
Taking that approach got me started relatively quickly and within about 10 or 15 minutes of use I was able to just jump on and start riding. I visit different cities and it let me move quicker than walking as well as enjoying the ride and do sport.