Hi Fellow Unicyclists
At last!! The official announcement that the BUC 2006 will be held in Scarborough. Details below! I’m sorry this has taken so long but with one thing and another (being ill with a flu bug for nearly 6 weeks doesn’t help!!) getting people to confirm things is so frustrating!!
12th – 14th May 2006
Pindar School & Leisure Centre
There will obviously be more details soon on the website, but for now put the dates in your diaries and book the time off if you have too.
There will be all the usual things plus some amazing Muni-rides. Watch this space…OK you can stop watching it now!
If you need more info and you can’t wait, contacts are below
Would be great if someone take Videos of that event and contribute a cut of it to unicycle.tv after. We are looking for Videos like that. A country convention gives a good impression how people like to ride in that country.
So if there is something who still know that he will be there with an Video Cam, please contact us under email@example.com
The design’s improvable but all the detail is there (and whoever put Tubbs & Edward as the picture for the local shops deserves a medal). I think (looking at the stuff thats up already) that some sensible recommendations need to be made, such as long trousers & sleeves when riding on the astroturf. That stuff strips skin like nothing else, being a mixture of sand and abrasive plastic ‘grass’, and it could be a nightmare if you keep falling onto it.
I think it was hinted on the website for the place for hockey to be on that astoturf or that might of been my mind playing tricks on me i dont mind where hockey is at really but im sure there will be space and time in some of the halls for it.
I have asked a friend of mine who is in his last year at uni doing something like film & media studies and he’s a wizard at doing videos. He has said that if he’s free he will do one for us so keep watching this space…
Yes, there will definatley be a trials. Steve Roper is in the process of ordering LOADS!!! of palets. There is currently being built a skate park right outside the front door of the leisure centre so keep your fingers crossed it will be ready in time.