"Just rode in the Saratoga Tour de Cure on June 2. I'm old and pretty out of shape so I rode in the last group of 10 milers. There was an entire team of unicylists and one Penny Farthing bike in that group. No red jerseys though."
"Glad I found this discussion; I just started back riding after not getting on one for about 8 years. I just ordered a 36 inch one yesterday. Can't wait to get that one.
Back in the late 80's I learned how to juggle on a uni. From the time…"
"Hey, sry it took me months to respond!
I love to ride my bike. I used to ride at the velodrome when i was younger and would like to get back into it.
And yea, unicycling is awesome, but kinda hard when u first start. You should try it sometime.…"
"hey matt!!! how've yah been??? i noticed your a member of cycling diabetics... spp am i. what kinda riding do u do? i mostly ride at kenosha's velodrome races and road races! u can ride a unicycle????"
"Well, I have a 20" uni and a 28" uni. The most I have ever ridden without falling off has been a couple of miles, I wish I could ride longer distances on it if it didn't start to get unbearably painful after a while haha. But yea, its…"
"I have a uni (20") but I haven't ridden it in quite some time. It's a lot of fun though! Do you venture very far on yours (i.e. do you have a big wheel?) or do you stick to more local routes and just have fun on it?"
Ok, Mr. Cheesehead - we are sort of neighbors. I live in Minneapolis, where I am afraid to look at the baseball score as the Twins play the Yankees here at home tonight. The entire season has give me a load of grey hairs.
Please stop over and join the Great Lakes Group - just a way to connect members geographically.
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