New rider..

I have been trying to learn how to ride on a Wuler unicycle. Any comments about
this make ? Could it be me and not the unicycle that is causing my poor luck at
learning how to stay upright ??

Dave.

Re: New rider…

I really think it is probibly the uni, but how long have you been working on it
and how old are you? There tends to be a correlation between age and the amount
of time it takes to teach your body new tricks:) Mary

Dave Carlson <djames@sage.ark.com> wrote in article
<921908744.578.11@news.remarQ.com>…
> I have been trying to learn how to ride on a Wuler unicycle. Any comments
> about this make ? Could it be me and not the unicycle that is causing my poor
> luck at learning how to stay upright ??
>
> Dave.
>
>

RE: New rider…

> I have been trying to learn how to ride on a Wuler unicycle. Any comments
> about this make ? Could it be me and not the unicycle that is causing my poor
> luck at learning how to stay upright ??

More facts needed for answer. How long have you been trying? What learning
method using?

Learning to ride a unicycle is hard, that’s why it’s so cool once you master it!
But I’ve never heard of Wuler. Where are you (country, state)? what does it look
like? Please describe seat and bearing attachment. Compare the unicycle models
at: http://www.unicycling.org/unicycling/Unidb/qdesc/models.html

Stay on top,

John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone http://www.unicycling.com

Re: New rider…

Try the following webpage…

http://www.unicycling.org

scroll down a little bit to find the heading “How to ride a unicycle”

Good luck,

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Wayne van Wijk wvanwijk@gil.com.au

-----Original Message----- From: Mike <kona_mike@uniserve.com> To:
unicycling@winternet.com <unicycling@winternet.com> Date: Sunday, 25 July 1999
4:02 Subject: New rider…

>Hi there all you one wheelers!! I am just trying to learn how to ride. I am
>really looking for some suggestions to flatten out the learning curve. All
>input would be appreciated…
>
>Thanks Mike…
>
>