First may I thank all at the Stourport day you were very welcoming and helpful
you made the day a excellent experience.
To all you uni newbie’s out there quietly watching the group trawling for
information on the net etc( like I did ). If you want to shorten the learning
curve and get to look a very many different uni’s then this is a place to go to.
Every one is happy to let you try out what’s around . You can even start
learning there and then. As for all the people who think there is a lot of
falling off, then yes you do cone off mostly forward and on your feet. I only
managed to fall on my rear once with some two sore fingers as a result but in
6-8 hrs (ok not constant) practice, so don’t hold back just get to the next
meeting and do it.
There is another excellent benefit that is the food run near the end of the day.
I have to say my pizza was very good indeed If you don’t know the area and want
to have food/drink to hand, hey its a day out pack a picnic.
I will now be ordering my first unicycle in the coming week
Has any one used the term “Unibie” before as it sounds good and in some ways
gives a good sense of belonging. We are the ones who can’t yet take the stage
exams and pos who don’t want to, but belong to the community. I would possibly
include the people who just like admiring from afar. If it does not cause to
much controversy I will consider myself a “Unibie” and ask what do you think?(
is it a capital U or not )
My final word goes to Steve, partner and all, thanks mate excellent day see you
Ps. first time I have posted don’t be to hard on me about the Unibie bit.