Hana, thanks.Man I love these videos. That takes brass friend.
Yeah. You can check out my other thread and there's a [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO-VmJLh2Gk"]compilation video[/ame] I put together, which kindof summarizes my most extreme ridingWow! Is that you riding?
'preciate it!Sick Video.
It's actually much safer than mtbing. Your speed is much less than a bike, where if you fall at high speed you risk serious injury, and you can also get tangled up in a bike when you fall. On a uni you usually just land on your feet.That's cool man. Like I said I'm checking out the second hand market to see what I can procure. Then it's on to Mountain Uni-cycling. I showed the wife your videos. She said they were awesome then looked me dead in the eye and said no.
I have the KH (Kris Holm) Mountain Unicycle, (24") and also the Trials size (19"). They are top of the line quality and built for extreme use, and well worth the price.Don't worry about it the mods will take care of it. I'm checking it out and it seems like there right out of my budget for now. What brands are best so I can keep my eye out?
Lol, that pic has been posted umpteen times it's a total photoshop job. Notice there's no tire behind his right knee, the water bottle bottle is *inside* the spoke area, and the brakes are on the tire, not the rim!
Wow. I just don't tire of seeing things like this. The starclimb was just nuts! My hat is off to you, sir.Lol, that pic has been posted umpteen times it's a total photoshop job. Notice there's no tire behind his right knee, the water bottle bottle is *inside* the spoke area, and the brakes are on the tire, not the rim!
Here's the real deal 36er unicycle riding, including offroad, hopping a huge stair set, and speed runs on the 1/4 mile track: