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Old 09-13-16, 03:27 PM
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One-wheeling on a 3ft diameter tire

Hopping up a flight of 60 stairs and some off roading on a 36er unicycle.

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Originally Posted by UniGeezer View Post
Hopping up a flight of 60 stairs and some off roading on a 36er unicycle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjRQYeYr21w

Awesome, as always.


You should off-road @ Cino Heroica next year.
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That looks like a fun ride, good job!
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I can't even balance one of those infernal things. (I was 12 before I could handle two wheels. ) I am obviously very impressed.
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Originally Posted by Wildwood View Post
Awesome, as always.


You should off-road @ Cino Heroica next year.
Thanks Wildwood. That looks like a pretty fun event!

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That looks like a fun ride, good job!
Thanks!
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