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Old 2016-05-18, 03:36 AM   #16
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Countersteering is exactly the opposite. The wheel is briefly turned out of the intended turn so the rider pushes on the left bar to begin a left turn.
D'oh! I totally wrote that backward, by accident! sorry about the confusion. Yes, you push on the right handlebar to go to the right. The way I wrote it is the way that seems to make sense. For it to be "countersteering" is has to be the opposite of what you think!

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I was totally not comfortable doing that when I had a motorcycle
Might give it a try with the unicycle
It doesn't work the same way on a unicycle, especially if you have normal unicycle handlebars.
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