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    covered in cat fur katsrevenge's Avatar
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    A Lawyer on a Unicycle.. in a Snowstorm.

    Take a look at this!
    http://www.treehugger.com/bikes/ride...ty-lawyer.html

    He has six of them and rides one everyday..

    I'm impressed. I'm finding riding on two wheels to be a challenge in snow. But one???!

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    Wait, is this a lawyer joke?

    "A lawyer on a unicycle in a snow storm goes into a bar...with a priest and a rabbi..."

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    It does have a studded tire , of course . I do that with 2 wheels ..

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    Thanks. I had seen the picture, but it's great to get the backstory.

    One tire, with studs may be more stable. He's always over his center of gravity, and a single tire with the equivalent weight has twice the force per square inch contacting the ground as a bicycle.
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    Neat... never thought about riding a uni, but I can see some serious advantages to it.

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    A unicycle, in the snow, with a briefcase in one hand and an umbrella in the other -- impressive!
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