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She's only gone and bought me a.....

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by david k, 26 Dec 2017.

  1. Donger

    Donger Convoi Exceptionnel

    Quedgeley, Glos.
    When cycling around the top of the Malverns one time, I had a surprise encounter with a unicyclist emerging fast from a steep side street. He sped out in front of me and crossed the road at speed. I never did know whether this was just a confident move from a skilful rider in full control of his bike or a desperate and futile attempt to avoid a visit to A&E.
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  2. Tal

    Tal Active Member

    Michigan, USA
    Please let us know how this goes for you ...

    And your wife! ;)
  3. froze

    froze Active Member

    I tried to ride a friends unicycle, and all I did was crash, I was quite sore after a day of trying. I finally decided it wasn't worth it. The best time to learn how to ride a unicycle is when your under the age of 11, people tend to learn cordination/balancing skills faster at those ages, once you're above that age it will take considerably longer the older you get. But my results will not be the same as yours, you could learn faster or be like me and never learn. I'm fine with not having to learned how because I'm happy on a two wheel bike.
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