Re: on one wheel
> At 18:16 19/08/98 +0800, you wrote:
> >While I don’t want to offend anyone involved in the Uni society of america,
> >this message is particularly directed to unicyclists not living in the US who
> >receive On One Wheel. I was just wondering if the magazine is worth the
> >effort and money of subscribing . . . Nic firstname.lastname@example.org
> I live in New Zealand. Ideas about the cost to get On one wheel sent
> here, anyone?
The cost is $25 US for all countries other than the US, Canada, and Mexico. The
cost is $20 US for Canada and Mexico.
Also, I’ll throw in my 2 cents regarding On One Wheel. OOW has a lot of
feature stories, news items, and instructional articles that never make it to
Here are some articles from OOW that aren’t covered on the Internet:
Chaz Marquette’s ride on a 22 foot unicycle, with a picture.
Riding a giraffe in a parade, with advice for procedures for clubs.
Jumping Rope on a Unicycle - New World Record (talked about on the Internet, but
OOW has more detail and has pictures).
Learning advice for skills like coasting, crank idling, jumping rope and
pedaling with your hands.
Report on the Western Unicycling Regionals in Utah and the Danish Championships
A story on Tom Miller, the proprietor of The Unicycle Factory, with pictures.
I’ll stop here, but On One Wheel is a good deal for the price, even if you are
too far away to get the other benefits of USA membership.
Beirne Konarski USA Director and Webmaster