|2002-11-19, 04:15 PM||#16|
768 - It's in your DNA
Join Date: Sep 2001
Destroying the climate by shutting down nuclear power plants, one by one, since 1979.
JC is the only main man. There can be no other.
"A fool on a unicycle is redundant" - J.D. Miller
|2002-11-19, 04:47 PM||#17|
Fear the Lurk-Bandit!
So when are we going to get some action shots of you cruising around on this thing? What about a little video footage of you whizzing by, to give a sense of speed?
And when do you plan to have a big rendezvous with other Coker / Commuter types, to put them in their place and/or try your baby out?
I'd be interested in hearing the comments by Coker Riders on the subject of your new creation.
Lewis W Beard
|2002-11-20, 04:24 AM||#18|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Location: Spring, Texas
The amazing and infamous Greg Harper never stops.
What an amazing device. I think Greg has also built, in his garage, a 'crude, to scale model of his town -although he presently didn't have time to paint it properly'.
Not only does it sound like it rides well, but it looks good, and plays the piano. With a unicycle like that who needs a pet?
Keep up the good work, let us know what one of these will cost.
|2002-11-24, 10:03 PM||#19|
Re: More uni.5 SH 29er mileage
unisteve <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> How does a 29" uni handle? I have heard that the larger wheel you get,
> the harder it is to turn. By this philosophy, Cokers would be near
> impossible to turn. 29" would be in almost the same boat.
A 29er is only a little larger than a 26, and a 26 is only a litle larger
than a 24. A 29 handles fine on all but the tightest single track.I'm
rather fond of ours. Think of it as a big muni rather than a small
2nd Darmstadt International Unicycle Hockey Tournament
Nov 30th - Dec. 1st 2002
|29er, mileage, uni5|
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