Been down the cycle club

Paul and I tried something new tonight! we went to the local cycle track to use
the flat track while the two wheelers were bombing round on the banked one.
Found another unicyclist in the process, they pop up al over the place it seem.

rather wet and slippery following this afternoons rain but entertaining
anyway. I hink we’ll go again if only to see how many more we can talk into
one wheeling.

sarah

Re: Been down the cycle club

That reminds me of the European Juggling Convention in Edinburgh (1998) when<<
we tried to ride the banking in the velodrome at night without success. The<<
family camping area was on the grass in the middle of the velodrome. If you<<
came off the banking at the top, you could be straight through someones tent<<
before you stopped.<<

Do you think velodrome riding is possible on a coker?

Re: Been down the cycle club

That reminds me of the European Juggling Convention in Edinburgh (1998) when
we tried to ride the banking in the velodrome at night without success. The
family camping area was on the grass in the middle of the velodrome. If you
came off the banking at the top, you could be straight through someones tent
before you stopped.

Steve (and Charlie)

Sarah Miller wrote in message …
>Paul and I tried something new tonight! we went to the local cycle track to use
>the flat track while the two wheelers were bombing round on the banked one.
>Found another unicyclist in the process, they pop up al over the place it seem.
>
>rather wet and slippery following this afternoons rain but entertaining anyway.
>I hink we’ll go again if only to see how many more we can talk into one
>wheeling.
>
>sarah

Re: Been down the cycle club

Clifford Elmore <CliffElmore@compuserve.com> wrote:

> Do you think velodrome riding is possible on a coker?

yes. Planning on trying it out sometime this winter at the track.the Cokers
size and round profile let it cope with cambers rather better than smaller
tires sarah