Discussion in 'Tandem and Other Bikes' started by classic33, 22 Jan 2008.
Anyone tried it!
As a novelty fun item it'd be a good laugh I guess.
Best wear a helmet and knee and elbow pads too while yer learning.
Having nearly destroyed a bike shop by falling off a unicycle continually until they threw me out... I'll give it a miss.
I'll see your unicycle and raise you a penny farthing
you rotton bastard, bringing that to my attention
that's another hammering of the old Sydney switchcard on the, well, cards
I tried and tried to get the hang of unicycling - my younger brother can ride one and juggle at the same time - but I can't do it to save my life.
While I wouldn't want to see you hurt, I'd be amused to know of situation in which being able to ride a unicycle would save your life....
I see you being chased by a lion or something....
I have a un-cycle... Pashley
Tis hard. I got one a while back and it's had more use as a bit of modern art on my wall than use on the pavement. However, am gonna give it a go when it's a bit warmer as I'd like to be able to and it's great for core stability.
Took delivery of a 20" uni a couple of weeks ago, i was able to ride in a squigly line after a few hrs practice. Probably many years on a fixed wheel helped.
Highly recommended for a bit of a laugh, looking forward to seeing my nephews trying out at the weekend.
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