What’s your name?.. Ted.
Canoeheadted is my street name (said with arms crossed with a big shrug).
Where do you come from?..
Born, bred, and hopefully die in beautiful BC.
What is your experience of unicycling?..
I started unicycling at 44 years to strengthen my always failing back (and it worked!) and now I would never dream of going without.
I started on a Nimbus 20", next was a 26" Nimbus II, then a 29" Nimbus Oracle.
Those are all gone now and my main rides are a KH29 and KH36 that I use to fly through the forests of our local bike park and many others throughout BC.
A Hatchet may be next for the long winters here. (though my KH29 with the 3 1/4" Crux comes close)
I’ll preach to anyone that will listen that unicycling will change your life.
I love the flowing feeling of flying on the trails. It’s magic when it all clicks.
It reminds me of that feeling you get in a dream when you can fly with your arms out to the side.
Anyone else ever get that?
Anyways… An invite to anyone that may be near Burns Lake to stop in and let me take you for a tour.
We have Boer Mountain Bike Park that has close to 100kms of every type of trail you can imagine to ride, hike, snowshoe, or ski.
The bike park has a lake, free campsites, and is suitable for all levels of riders. Look up rideburns.ca
I can guarantee that you would not be disappointed.
A canoe trip could also be arranged of course.
So thanks for reading and “Hi” from BC.