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Old 2018-08-27, 07:06 AM   #17
OneTrackMind
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Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Murwillumbah, NSW, Australia
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Originally Posted by elpuebloUNIdo View Post
However, there are some remedial skills in unicycling that may be effectively learned with a crutch.
I start learners off with support just to get feel for the uni and to understand how to do basic steering.

This is only for a few minutes before moving on to a takeoff pole or backstop. Best not let them stay too long with support. My goal is to have them riding ten metres unsupported within an hour so there isn't much time to waste.

Note that this is on a trials uni which is much easier to learn than the generally available cheapies, due to the longer cranks and wider tyre.
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