FAQs

Q?

What is the Range (Distance) from a single charge of a FlyRide Product?

A.

A FlyRide Self-Balancing Scooter can go up to 15-20 kms on flat surfaces with a single charge. The FlyRide Uni-Cycles can go up to 20-25 kms on flat surfaces with a single charge.

The FlyRide GT Cruiser has a wide range from 10-50 kms per charge on flat surfaces.
There are 3 modes: LOW, MID, HIGH:
- LOW can last up to 40-50 kms depending on load, maximum speed is 12 km/h
- MED can last up to 20-30 kms depending on load, maximum speed is 20 km/h
- FAST can last up to 10-20 kms depending on load; maximum speed is 32 km/h

Q?

How do I calibrate my FlyRide Product?

A.

1) Ensure the FlyRide product is turned off
2) Level the product to ensure both left and right pads are parallel to the ground
3) Press AND hold the power button for 10 seconds, then release
4) The product will "beep" twice on the left side, then twice on the right side while the lights blink
5) Turn off product by pressing the power button, then turn product on again

Your FlyRide product is now Calibrated; Enjoy!

Q?

How long does it take to learn to use a FlyRide Product?

A.

It typically takes about 5 minutes to get comfortable on the self-balancing FlyRide boards. Most people can be fully adapt within 20-30 minutes.

The uni-cycles take longer to get comfortable with. They do however come with training wheels. It takes about a 2 hours to get a basic feel for them. It will need 1-2 days to take off the training wheels then another 2-3 days to fully function with them. After a week, you may be able to start doing jumps with them!

Q?

How do you balance on a FlyRide?

A.

It takes the average person 5-10 mins to get the hang of the two-wheeled self balancing FlyRides. Best thing to do is step on the FlyRide with your dominant foot, then immediately with your other foot. Your body may wiggle a bit, so you can put your arms out to balance yourself out and little by little, control the FlyRide with your ankles and feet.

Q?

Can I charge a FlyRide Overnight?

A.

Typically, it takes about 1.5-2 hrs to charge, and hence, it shouldn't be left in the charger more than 2 hours in order to preserve the battery life.