kid's uni

My daughter wants a uni for her 9th birthday in a few weeks. I’m expecting a 16"
would probably be about right. I’m reluctant to pay 100 gbp or more for eg a DM
one, since I’m by no means sure her interest will last long enough to get her
through the can’t-ride phase. Anyone know of a cheaper way to get a small uni
in_the_UK? Otherwise I just might have to get her a good one and ride it myself
if she doesn’t:-) Chris

Re: kid’s uni

In a message dated 95-09-27 03:44:51 EDT, you write:

>My daughter wants a uni for her 9th birthday in a few weeks. I’m expecting a
>16" would probably be about right. I’m reluctant to pay 100 gbp or more for eg
>a DM one, since I’m by no means sure her interest will last long enough to get
>her through the can’t-ride phase. Anyone know of a cheaper way to get a small
>uni in_the_UK?

I recommend getting the better quality unicycle. As one such as yourself with an
internet connection and living in the UK (hopefully near) where there are many
other subscribers to this list, you would probably have no problem selling it
for a good price if it goes unused.

>Otherwise I just might have to get her a good one and ride it myself if she
>doesn’t:-)

This is the other reason to buy a better one!

John Foss unicycle@aol.com