Thanks for your comments. I’m impressed when I see how many people already watched my newest video, after only one day. When I started, I thought that it might be embarrasing to share videos without all that fancy stuff like jumping high or balancing on rails or doing spins.
But then I thought that this first part of unicycling - learing how to ride and mount - was not shown anywhere (at least I did not find anything) and that it may help others to see that they are not alone with their problems.
Hugo, its great that you have taken the time to record these videos to encourage other beginners.There is nothing embarressing in sharing the process of learning to unicycle.Unicycling has brought such joy into my life, I hope I will be able to pass this on to other people.And I have to thank every person who has contributed to this site ,your advise and help is an invaluable source of support. Most of all I thank my uni buddy (you know who you are) for your advise,help,encouragement,sharing and caring.It is a great gift to be able to teach and inspire and I hope that noone ever feels that they are not good enough to make a valuable contribution;there will always be someone out there who will appreciate what you have to share.
IMO it would be much more entertaining if you edited them down into one 2-4 minute vid and labeled the parts 1 hour, 3, 5, 10, etc. or day 1, 2, wk 2, 3, etc. like Dave’s. (some music would be nice too).
wow your getting really good. I have been riding a bit over a month now and i can hop up the gutters an ride all round its really great fun. I got free mounting in about 3 hours which is really strange and i also first did the rollback mount instead of the static mount.