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    Over 50, and not 2 tired UniGeezer's Avatar
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    Riding through beach sand, thick roots, riding UP stairs, and more...

    Oh yeah, all on ONE wheel!

    Terry "UniGeezer" Peterson
    56 years young, but not "2" Tired!


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    Looks like fun. I think I'll get me one of those. NOT!!
    Chief Executive In Charge Of Diddly Squat.

    Taking on a long hill is like fighting a Gorilla. You don't stop when you are tired, You stop when the Gorilla is tired.

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    If you lack the courage to start, you have already finished.

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    Over 50, and not 2 tired UniGeezer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil85207 View Post
    Looks like fun. I think I'll get me one of those. NOT!!
    Definitely not for everyone. But I like a real challenge!

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    You make it look too easy. Riding over the roots is impressive enough, but up those stairs? Dang.
    What is bicycle touring?
    "So I kept looking and eventually found that a spark plug had same threads. So I cycled next two days until I got to Jackson, MS with a spark plug instead of right pedal." - mev

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    Saw someone on a unicycle at the park a few months back. The thing looks... unsafe. Great skills mastering it.

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    I think I would hurt myself if I tried that.

    Good job though!
    Have I mentioned that I love riding my bikes?
    GT Timberline (1989), Home build (2012), Giant OCR3 (2007)

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    Are you using clipless pedals?

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    That is awesome skill level! Nice job on the video too.
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    Reminds me of some of the stuff I'd see when the unicycles would work out at Grant's Tomb, NYC on Sunday mornings.

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