I am learning to ride my son’s and daughters unicycles. I can ride around the block on my sons without too much trouble but when I ride my daughters, it feels like it wants to always turn to the left. My daughter makes the same comment. My question is, can the unicycle be possibly in need of some adjustment? Both bikes are Trials.
Spellphemy! That must be what you call it when you spell blasphemy wrong…
Check to see that the cycle is properly assembled, and everything is lined up.
Depending on your unicycle’s design, it’s possible for the spacers to be wrong so the wheel might not be centered in the frame. Check for this.
Damage, or a poor wheel build may leave you with a crooked wheel. Bad build might have it “dished” to one side. That is, the centerline of the tire doesn’t line up with the centerline of the hub.
You’re always riding on the left side of a cambered road (try the other side).
It’s all in your mind. In the event of multiple people noticing the same problem, it’s called mass-hysteria.
#1 and 2 are the most likely. Also you can try turning the seat around and riding it backwards for a while. See if it pulls to the right then. Just remember to put it back later, or your pedals will start unscrewing and chewing up their threads.