29, February 2016: In order to test which model of Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter is the best one, Lynn, Lexi and Owen agreed to set up a contest and invited their good friends as audience for the contest. Lynn will bring her unicycle X8, Lexi her twin-wheeled intelligent scooter Q5, and Owen his two-wheeled self-balancing scooter S5. Today they come together behind the starting line, preparing for the starting. Prior to the contest, all of them gave a carefully check to their electric scooters and charged them up in case that the power of electric self-balancing scooter ran out halfway. They are energetic and sporty, exuding the confidence and determination.
As the horn hoots, the three at once start up their own electric self-balancing scooters. The first section of contest road is even and smooth. They are keeping abreast of one another. Nobody shows a bit advantage. Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter can reach as much as 18 km/h at the top speed. But if the rider speed up to 16 km/h, the warning system will set off the alarm to remind the rider of slowing down because it is potentially dangerous to speed up. Lynn is trying to speed up, in an attempt to lift the speed to 18 km/h. Each time her X8 runs at over 16 km/h, the warning system gives alarm and then she has to slow down a bit on end. The speeding up off and on has a bad effect on the whole speed. She got a tiny lag behind Lexi and Owen.
The 300-metre-long even road is close to ending, which will give way to some bends. When they are approaching these bends, Lynn feel secure because that her intelligent self-balancing scooter is good at negotiating bends. Her face registers an obvious confidence tinged with complacence. Steering Airwheel X8, Lynn smoothly passes the bend one after another. She takes the lead soon. And it is not a strong point for Owen’s two-wheeled intelligent scooter S5. His scooter seems a bit clumsy on the bends. He gets a shade nervous. But the contest is still in progress.
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