Hey guys, I’m new here and also new to unicycling! I haven’t had much time to indulge in my usual activities over the last year since I became a dad, so I’ve been craving trying something new! I though Unicycling is the way to go, as it looks awesome, and means that I can stay close to home (and hopefully not spend as much as some of my other hobbies require from me)! So, yeah, I’m buzzing to get started.
Excellent! It’s a lot of fun. Welcome, and please keep us posted on your progress!
Welcome to the word of one wheel! Glad to have you.
So get yourself a unicycle and get started! It’s best to spend at least a couple hundred pesos on a good 20-inch. That way you won’t have to buy replacement parts or upgrade as soon as you learn to ride 100 meters and find out how uncomfortable a cheap unicycle seat is. Of course, many people here (including me), started on a cheap unicycle, and it is good to have one lying around for friends, neighbors or children to learn on, but if you start to ride regularly, you’re definitely going to need something more solid, especially if you’re medium-sized or larger.
If you search this forum, you should be able to find all the info you need about what kind of unicycle to get, how to start riding and a huge number of other relevant and not-so-relevant issues.
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