i heard about a meet in ohio. where they had the naucc last year but not quite so big . any information
I heard there will be a unicycle day at an indoor bike course in Cleveland April 4(?). I don’t think that’s what you are talking about, though.
no i dont think so
WOW Regional Unicycle Meet
I have details:
The WOW 4-H Unicycle Club will be hosting a
Regional Meet on Saturday May 20 & Sunday May 21
at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio
Registration will begin at 1:00 on Saturday. No registration fee but donations will be accepted.
Racing will be from 2:00 to 6:00 P.M. at B.G.S.U. Perry Field House indoor track. (200 meter track)
The first event will be the long race followed by the 100 meters, one foot ,walk the wheel, ultimate wheel and juggling races. The slow board and obstacle course race will also be done. Don’t forget kneepads and gloves are required. Helmets are a great idea.
Artistic Events will be from 7:00 to 11:00 P.M. at Eppler South Gym.
The artistic will be a workshop
followed by competition in pairs and/or individual routines.
Basketball, Hockey & Unicycle Games will be from 11:00 - 3:00 P.M.
at Eppler South Gym.
For more information contact Jan Layne 419-422-8959
All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Awards will be given for all events.
Age groups same as NAUCC.
It would be helpful, but not mandatory, if you would send Jan riders names, ages and levels in advance.
If you need a map, hotel or camping, etc. please e-mail Jan at
WOW doesn’t have a web site that I know of so I posted it on RTUC’s.
See you there!
is there any trials events??
I’ll bet not. WOW is not big into Trials or Muni. It’s still a great opportunity to meet other riders, perhaps you’ll enjoy the Hockey and Basketball?
Only 6 weeks to go. We’ll probably be staying at the Quality Inn again, anyone else going?
I will probably go. Bowling Green is not too far from me in Columbus. Does anyone know if there will be skill level testing there?
I can test levels 1-4. What level do you want to test for?
Well I haven’t been tested for any levels yet so definately 1 and 2 and maybe 3 by then.
With RTUC being a USA affiliated club, our official USA level tester, Carol, keeps level patches and cards on hand. I went to the USA Web site to check on the procedure for submitting passed levels when not in a club (assuming you’re not).
Passed levels can be submitted to the USA by sending them to the USA mailing address. Submit the name of the person tested and the date passed. All levels passed by members are stored in the USA database.
SUBMITTING PASSED LEVELS 1 TO 4
Riders who want to test levels 1 through 4 do not need to be tested by an official USA level tester.
You can then order the patch yourself from the web site.
Of course if you’d rather test for levels in good company you can do it that weekend.