Good Books

Beirne Konarski on Sat, Mar 4, 1995 23:13 wrote:

>…My Miyata came with Jack Halpern’s book “Anyone Can Ride a Unicycle”. For
>the material it covers it
is
>the best book on unicycling that I have read, and I have read all general
>unicycling books available. It is full of common-sense advice on learning
to
>ride, and to learn additional skills. It is too bad that the book is not
>available without the Miyata.

I was really heartened when I started to read the above. I thought “Great. Just
what I need. A well recommended book on unicycling. I didn’t think of that.” And
then of course I got to the bottom where it said I couldn’t get one without
buying a Miyata - which is very much out of the question for me coz I wouldn’t
know where to find one even if I did have the money.

Can anyone recommend any good books that I should be able to get hold of in the
UK? They would need to be suitable for a novice - a persistent and keen one.

I understand there is somebody in the Reading area in the UK but as I only have
email access to the .net I can’t see the WWW page. If the Reading UniCyclist is
watching and has any recommendations I’d be glad to hear them.

G