|2011-12-15, 12:03 AM||#14|
Skateboarder to Marine to Unicycler
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Central Virginia
WOOHOO, I got it! - although it is sorta sketchy. I think these count. I posted a video below. I just got my Nimbus Blizzard Trials UNI today and after assembling, I left the seat lower than normal. It took some getting used to, but after about 30 minutes, I started getting a few decent static mounts. I even attempted to go straight into a hop, but I couldn't hold it. I was able to ride off twice, though. I know you can't see my arms, but trust me I wasn't holding on to anything... I'll keep practicing until they feel natural and get smoother. Thanks again for all the tips, they definitely helped!
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