Okay, I’m getting lost with all this advanced unicycle stuff: free wheel, tree diagrams, brake fit issues, 36 vs 35"…you know. I am forgetting about the real reason, why I like to participate in this forum. That is to be able to share my ability to help others. To promote the sport. To get people who can’t ride to actually ride. I believe “most” members of this forum and “non-members” come here just to learn how to ride a unicycle.
So, I want to hear from you beginners who cannot even ride yet or who can barely ride to participate, and allow us “experts” to help you do better and really enjoy the sport. This topic area is for you guys/gals. ** You can just begin with:
1.) How long have you been “trying”?
2.) What size unicycle?
3.) How are you “trying to learn”?
4.) What do you “think” you are supposed to be doing?
There’s a lot of misinformation or too much good information out there. I don’t want this topic to be cluttered with a back/forth about “weight on seat” vs " weight on pedal" when learning debate. Enough said. So for you’all good riders out there, let’s just hear their story. Then help them case by case figure out what they need to do so they can ride a unicycle like the rest of us.