I’m from Fort Collins, I don’t know any unicyclist up here, but I’ve seen one, last summer, on the trails I mountain bike.
I would be up for a ride, but I would probably be the slow one of the group, but my skills are coming along.
I’m not too far from Littleton, in Conifer. There are several new muni riders here. ranging from age of 10 - 50 yrs. We go on rides several times a week, but we did slow down a lot due to snow this winter. We’re back now though!
Add about 8 riders from Conifer to your list - and the number’s growing.
If you want to join us, we do Flying J Ranch (a GREAT beginner trail) regularly, and we’ll head down to the Buffalo Creek area a lot over the summer. No crazy fast riders here, but we’re all getting better. Some teenagers getting a lot better at trials too.
I also got a Nimbus 36" I want to ride, but I’m still a big chicken on it, even though it’s really fun. I have to go “down the hill” (Littleton area) to ride it because there’s very little pavement around here…
Some of my friends are really into unicycling, but haven’t been doing it enough to warrant a trip out to Moab for Muni Fest. But, if the opportunity arose to do some close to home muni’ing they’d love to come along.
So, me and my friend Michael were thinking of taking a trip up to Winter Park to ride the trails there, mainly because they have chairlifts, food, a terrain park (do they call it that for bikes?), and attractions for family members who might like to come, but not ride. I think it’d be really cool if a whole load of unicyclists showed up one day and took the trails by storm .
King Soopers sells four packs of tickets that are actually cheaper than buying two individual tickets at the park itself, so if a group did go, there’d be a place to purchase cheap tickets.
We haven’t pinned down exact details yet, but 2 or 3 of us from Conifer want to ride in the Buffalo Creek Recreation Area on Sunday (June 1), late morning. We’d start on road #550 (off of 126), start on the Colorado Trail and go from there.
Let me know if you want to join us.
Saturday might work too, but I can’t do two big rides back to back, so one of them would have to be an easier ride…
I’m from Denver, and I was wondering if there are any trial riders around the Denver area? I am really close to cherry creek high school and there is a park with a “course” perfect for trial riding!! A rushing waterfall and everything!
I’m in Fort Collins as well. I uni every now, mostly to get around town. I’m considering buying a used Nimbus 36er and if that’s the case I’d love to get together and wheel around town with some people.
The Nimbus is for sale for $450. It has an airfoil rim, touring handle, and KH Fusion Freeride saddle and has about 100 miles on it. Is this a good price?