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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Heh, these are cute. Might be useful when a soldier needs to make a quick trip around the base.
    >Base? Anonski, these are for forward assaults. Now get on your scooter and charge that machine gun nest!

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    are those electric or are they kick scooters?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Looks electric, though I doubt russian have charging stations in trenches

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >are those electric or are they kick scooters?
      Electric.
      Those are common across Euro/Eurasian cities as something you hire with an app. From
      Tiblisi to Paris (Paris b& them a year or two back maybe because they ended up in the Seine or something).
      They're hell on gravel and I fractured a rib on cobblestones in Budapest so off-road would suck but they'd work, more or less.
      They can generally do about 20km on a full charge which would get you to the front I guess. They cost about $500 or so.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >They cost about $500 or so.
        Unsustainable. That's more than the mobik.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >They cost about $500 or so.
        Unsustainable. That's more than the mobik.

        I got a fairly similar segway in Burgerstan at Best Buy on Black Friday for...

        >bout tree fiddy

        I have scooter apps but I also own two bikes, including a 600cc 90s dual sport. Dirt bikes are infinitely more fun than scooters, it's not even comparable.

        There's nothing that just gets up and goes like a bike.

        >At least with dirtbikes you get to have fun while you ride to your death
        Eh, scooters are kind of fun too.
        They're not especially cheap, usually about 75% the cost of a taxi, sometimes more for long distances

        t. have three scooter apps on my phone for different countries

        At least with dirtbikes you get to have fun while you ride to your death, what the frick is this?

        scooters are pretty fun to ride if you get a fast one that can do 25mph/40kmh, you can ride them on sidewalks a lot of places and even take them with you inside restaurants and stores and shit. but the accidents can be serious if you aren't well-armored. I put 4mm titanium plates under motorcycle chest armor and have laminated fiberglass limb armor along with a motocross helmet and neck collar for going faster than 10mph, otherwise u asking to join the brain injury special forces and/or orthopedic surgery clinic.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >40kmh
          ...

          I fractured a rib doing no more than 20km in Budapest on an escooter. Just bounced off some cobblestones onto a manhole cover and slipped and slammed into a parked car (not even a scuff on the car). Some hilariously orthodox israelites who saw it gave me a bottle of water, I didn't know whether to thank them or ask what the frick H2O was supposed to do for the crippling pain in my ribs.

          I would not under any circumstance consider doing 40kmh in an urban environment. I wouldn't even cycle that fast on anything but a good clear road (my speed record on my CX is 68kmh down a mountain, you bet I knew that road and knew it was clear).

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I've hit 40km/h on suburban bike paths, if you have 50m line of sight to make sure there are no pedestrians, it is pretty safe. I always slow down to just 10km/h or so when passing a pedestrian. I have chest-bumped the asphalt when I hit some mud on a corner at around 25km/h without injury in the 4mm titanium plates, so can confirm they work well at that speed.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >25km/h without injury in the 4mm titanium plates
              I guess that would have left more of a mark on the parked car than on me but it's more gearing up than I want to do to head out to the good expat supermarket, you know?

              I just rode slower on cobblestones after that incident.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Electric, but the batteries were removed and sold before delivery.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >they got african migrants
    >they got electric scooters
    they can wolt order some food to their trenches, and they get a free reinforcement with each order

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    At least with dirtbikes you get to have fun while you ride to your death, what the frick is this?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >At least with dirtbikes you get to have fun while you ride to your death
      Eh, scooters are kind of fun too.
      They're not especially cheap, usually about 75% the cost of a taxi, sometimes more for long distances

      t. have three scooter apps on my phone for different countries

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I have scooter apps but I also own two bikes, including a 600cc 90s dual sport. Dirt bikes are infinitely more fun than scooters, it's not even comparable.

        There's nothing that just gets up and goes like a bike.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Dirt bikes are infinitely more fun than scooters
          >There's nothing that just gets up and goes like a bike.
          Oh sure, I'm not comparing them, just commenting on them as their own thing.

          I ride a titanium CX from bikesdirect and I would never trade that for an escooter under any circumstances, I use the escooters when I'm in other countries because backpacking with a bike is insane.

          Any bicycle is preferable to an escooter (even picrel) but that doesn't mean that escooters suck on their own terms. They have their niche...it's just not off-road. They can more or less do it though, I've ridden through grassy parks on them now and then.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >need a israeliteoogle crApple app to travel
        >not owning your own fold up scooter or bicycle and carrying it around in a large bag
        Oh no

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They are cringe as frick. Vehicles for poor zoomers. A man should never ride one.

      >At least with dirtbikes you get to have fun while you ride to your death
      Eh, scooters are kind of fun too.
      They're not especially cheap, usually about 75% the cost of a taxi, sometimes more for long distances

      t. have three scooter apps on my phone for different countries

      Kys zoomer

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Kys zoomer
        Thank you for your contribution.
        FYI: I'm gen X

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I had lots of fun with my razor scooter when I was 7

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What the frick is left at this point, are they gonna be on unicycles next???

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      Anonymous
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      Anonymous
    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Pogosticks.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It makes them harder to bonk with FPV drones. Trust ze plan cumrade.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Soon we can add
    >being blown up by an fpv drone while riding an e scooter
    To the list.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Forgets:
      >vatniks getting their heads smashed by a sledgehammer
      And
      >vatnik cutting their own throat with a dull knife
      Best
      Fricking
      Timeline
      TZD

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      being fair the sucking dick would happen war or not

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Forgets:
      >vatniks getting their heads smashed by a sledgehammer
      And
      >vatnik cutting their own throat with a dull knife
      Best
      Fricking
      Timeline
      TZD

      i love watching russians dying and being dead. when this shitshow is finally over my morning cup of coffee just isn't gonna be the same.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I live in indiana in a small farming town and these stupid electric scooters are getting extremely popular. Poor hill billies and immigrants fricking love them because they can't get a driver's license. I want to run them over every time I see one.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Poor hill billies and immigrants fricking love them because they can't get a driver's license
      It's because they can stand still and then be somewhere else without expending any effort. It's a very lazy way to travel but it's more "raw" than driving so it's more fun and involved in some ways, just less so than any bike, motorized or not.

      >I want to run them over every time I see one.
      That's because you feel no kinship with your own species and as a driver, any thought about taking care around people who are vulnerable to you makes you resent the cognitive resources required to not kill them and makes you hate them for having to think about them because of stupid laws and society.
      The same way you'd resent not making bawd jokes in the office or gay jokes or having to have a separate part of the grill for vegetarians at a BBQ. You just hate having to think or take care of other people.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >have a separate part of the grill for vegetarians at a BBQ
        What the frick is this blasphemy!?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >What the frick is this blasphemy!?

          It's weird but vegetarians don't like their veggie burgers to soak up the juices from steaks and sausages. Veggie burgers that taste of meat kind of freak them out.
          The thing is to take some foil, fold it into an open box/boat, splash some vegetable oil into it and cook their veggie burgers at that.
          That's how you include vegetarians in your BBQ, if you're into hospitality and inclusiveness anyway. I was raised to make guests welcome, maybe you're different.

          That you don't get that and are outraged at the idea is kind of my point in

          >Poor hill billies and immigrants fricking love them because they can't get a driver's license
          It's because they can stand still and then be somewhere else without expending any effort. It's a very lazy way to travel but it's more "raw" than driving so it's more fun and involved in some ways, just less so than any bike, motorized or not.

          >I want to run them over every time I see one.
          That's because you feel no kinship with your own species and as a driver, any thought about taking care around people who are vulnerable to you makes you resent the cognitive resources required to not kill them and makes you hate them for having to think about them because of stupid laws and society.
          The same way you'd resent not making bawd jokes in the office or gay jokes or having to have a separate part of the grill for vegetarians at a BBQ. You just hate having to think or take care of other people.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >inclusiveness
            Cuck detected. Only limpwristed leftoids use that word.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Cuck detected
              We used to call it hospitality and decency, you kids have new words for it I guess. Or less friends.

              https://i.imgur.com/zDP3IbD.jpeg

              >need a israeliteoogle crApple app to travel
              >not owning your own fold up scooter or bicycle and carrying it around in a large bag
              Oh no

              >not owning your own fold up scooter or bicycle and carrying it around in a large bag
              See

              https://i.imgur.com/D1JcEaH.jpeg

              >Dirt bikes are infinitely more fun than scooters
              >There's nothing that just gets up and goes like a bike.
              Oh sure, I'm not comparing them, just commenting on them as their own thing.

              I ride a titanium CX from bikesdirect and I would never trade that for an escooter under any circumstances, I use the escooters when I'm in other countries because backpacking with a bike is insane.

              Any bicycle is preferable to an escooter (even picrel) but that doesn't mean that escooters suck on their own terms. They have their niche...it's just not off-road. They can more or less do it though, I've ridden through grassy parks on them now and then.

              I can travel with a folding bike and have done so extensively, probably far more than you but it's not convenient under all circumstances. At minimum it's 10kg extra luggage to carry around.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Folding bikes seem really cool. I just wish they were more affordable.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I just wish they were more affordable
                They're around the same price as regular bikes, are you comparing them to walmart BSOs?
                Get you to >>>/n/ and ask in the sticky.

                They're handy in some niche consumer applications because you can take them into your office and keep them in your cubicle without pissing off management. They can be very cool for backpackers who are mostly in one single country.
                I rode one the length and breadth of China by folding and bagging it up and taking it on buses and trains.

                A full sized bike is always better if you don't need to fold it.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Folding bikes seem really cool. I just wish they were more affordable.

                Sorry, check

                [...]

                That will sort you out.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I was raised to make guests welcome
            Based. Enjoy grilling season, Anon.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Based. Enjoy grilling season, Anon.
              Thanks anon, I will.

              Weird thing is that I thought US southerners were raised to consider hospitality to be the single greatest virtue.
              I've seen racist as frick texans sit down with Black folk and make conversation because they were both guests in someone else's home and causing a fuss would insult the hospitality they were receiving.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    they're getting the rent-a-scooters from my city, cool

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ive been considering an escooter because I'm sick of that nurgle worshipping pajeet gas station clerk and his stench. Should I?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      as long as you either
      >1. ride slow
      or
      >2. ride armored

      you'll *probably* survive lmao

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'm middleweight so I can get a 200lbs capacity scooty and ride with pc

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          at any kind of serious speeds, you also need hard limb armor and a full face helmet with neck collar

          I wear picrel tripled up impact gloves in addition (taped together), and I added a few mm of EPDM foam rubber to the thumb saddles to reduce shock to the hands from hitting bumps

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You're fine but remember, on the spectrum of walking to mobility scooter, you've chosen to be one step towards the mobility scooter.
      A bicycle is undeniably a healthier and more active choice, albeit a sweatier one.

      Yes, you don't need lycra but you're inching closer to picrel.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The memes keep happening...

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >2022: Wow, those dickheads stole scooters from some Ukrainian kids and are bragging about it
      >2024: Those poor soldiers are going to star in drone footage before the end of the week

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I saw a a couple college kids wipe out on one of those last week. Bad road rash and probably broken wrists, I had to call 911 for them

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They're more dangerous than people realize.
      Dude I work with's wife fell off an e-scooter and seriously fricked up her face. She needed skin grafts.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They're more dangerous than people realize.
      Dude I work with's wife fell off an e-scooter and seriously fricked up her face. She needed skin grafts.

      the manual for my scooter recommended "a helmet"

      >yeah right

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        lmao @ the ghetto padding, but good on you for wearing a proper helmet.
        Just buy a used motorcycle jacket and some Johnny Rocket gloves for body/hand protection, anon.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          are there any motorcycle jackets that aren't shit-tier on impact protection? everything I've seen that says "CE Level 2" and shit is just a few mm of foam on an HDPE shell

          I think you mean Joe Rocket gloves? They look pretty decent, maybe doubling those up would be sufficient.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            If you're just straight up slamming into a wall or something there is not a whole lot that anything other than wrapping yourself in a mattress that could help you.
            A proper Dainese racing jacket will save your hide if you hit the pavement hard and skid. I speak from experience on that one.
            I'd recommend a hard spine protector too.

            >joe rocket
            Yeah that's the brand. Cheap and not bad quality.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >anything other than wrapping yourself in a mattress

              I think a mattress is a bit overpowered, but on my chest I do run 25mm of EPDM foam under my titanium plates under my regular-ass motorcycle armor picrel (which also does have an HDPE spine "protector")

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    wouldnt monowheels or onewheels be better suited? you can hold your rifle at ready on them as opposed to steering with both hands.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >wouldnt monowheels or onewheels be better suited?
      I feel like they'd be much less stable off-road.
      Feel free to try one and report back though.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
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    Anonymous

    Soon...

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Would those be effective if you put a ballistic shield up front?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Would those be effective if you put a ballistic shield up front?
        You'd probably need to tinker with the balance algorithm if you did, might not work on a stock model. Not worthless but their only real advantage is speed in something like an airport assault, comprising speed for limited protection from a narrow window of fire probably wouldn't help much

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >VGH…
        >RETVRN…

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