The Voice of Onewheel

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VOOW's Adam Carluccio and Matt LaBelle

This week we flipped the script on The Voice of Onewheel and got the chance to do an interview with them. Hosts Adam Carluccio, aka Lucdogg, and Matt LaBelle, aka Belly have been doing the show now for over two years. Back in 2017, Adam got his first Onewheel and already had his show called Lucdogg in the morning. His friend Matt “Belly” LaBelle had majored in journalism and media production in college. Because of this, he was eager to help Adam deliver a show focusing on the Onewheel community. The show’s aim is to connect riders, vendors, and products from all across the globe.

The Community’s Voice

The Voice of Onewheel currently airs Wednesdays at 12 PM EST and focuses on different aspects of the Onewheel community. Familiar names such as Jeff McCosker, Chris Richardson, Andrew Stroh, Justyn Thompson, Bodhi Harrison, and many others have all been featured on the show. Lucdogg and Belly have even managed to get Future Motion to come onto The Voice of Onewheel and represent. The shows hosts work hard to filter the best vendors, athletes, events, and latest news of the Onewheel community each week. Their commitment to the show, community, and devoted viewers is undeniable. They are authentic, comical, lovable, and at times controversial.

In fact, Adam and Matt always try to uplift their viewers with positive words and also challenge their guests at the same time. They are always looking for ways to improve different aspects of the community while also echoing suggestions back to Future Motion. In other words, the Voice of Onewheel has figured out what the community wants and what it really needs. What the community wants is to have their voice heard loud and clear because of the infectious passion Onewheel gives its owners. What the community really needs is the platform Adam, Matt, and The Voice of Onewheel continues to deliver.  

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Onewheel Products & Groups

Onewheel products

Jeremy Gavin

In our most recent post, we highlight Jeremy Gavin. He is the founder of OWARMOR, an aftermarket vendor of Onewheel products. Furthermore, he is administrator of the largest Onewheel group on Facebook, the Onewheel Owners Group (OWOG). Jeremy has been a part of the community for over 3 years. He created the Onewheel Owners Group before deciding to launch OWARMOR and offer Onewheel products. OWARMOR has found success with one of the bestselling tail pads on the market, the Cobra pad. The Cobra pad changed Onewheel riding with its concave design. It gives riders a locked in and comfort feeling on their board which greatly improves the Onewheel riding experience.

OWARMOR also sells reflective night safety equipment stickers for Onewheel. They come in different colors and allow owners to customize their boards in a variety of ways. His latest product release is a multi-use fender called the Night Shark. It has a built-in handle to carry the Onewheel and has mounted flashlights on both sides of the fender. The Night Shark is the first fender in the market to include these options together in one product.

Additionally, Jeremy is also responsible for creating the Onewheel Owners Group on Facebook, known as OWOG. At first, the Onewheel community communicated through Future Motion’s forum on their website. Important to realize, it was really the only place available for Onewheel owners to discuss and get advice. Although the forum is useful, it is not ideal for posting pictures, videos, or has the popularity Facebook does. As a result, the online Onewheel community mostly uses Facebook and Instagram now.


Jeremy made the decision to start a Facebook group called the  Onewheel Owners Group. Although there was a Facebook group called Onewheel Riders there was not really much activity in that group. As Jeremy’s group grew, users from the Future Motion forum began to convert over to Facebook. As a result, this shift of users from FM’s forum over to Facebook really sparked the creation of the Onewheel community. Notably, it allowed for the growth of third-party vendors and new products for riders everywhere. Important to realize, many Onewheel owners were already visiting Facebook multiple times per day for other reasons.

These new vendors now had a very familiar place to market their products for Onewheel. As time went on and Jeremy’s group continued to grow, many members of his group had become online friends. All of them were from different parts of the country and members of OWOG when the first FloatLife Fest happened in 2017. By then other local Onewheel groups started to emerge and the community really started to grow out of OWOG. The rest is history and the Onewheel Owners Group is now the largest OW group with over 17,000 members and continues to grow daily. 

Thank you, Jeremy!

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