Photo Album from John: Some John Foss UNICON photos are now online

I’ve rushed 70 of the best shots through Photoshop and up here so Tammy and Tanya can pick some out for the upcoming On One Wheel. These pictures start from July 26, and I still have to work on the ones from the dates before that.

Lots more pictures to follow as I get caught up on these things… :slight_smile:

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Stay on top,
John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone
jfoss@unicycling.com

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RE: Photo Album from John: Some John Foss UNICON photos are now o

All,

I have uploaded the second batch of pictures to the site, and they now all
have captions on them. I don’t know some of the names of the people in the
pictures, so maybe you can help me out. These are not all my NAUCC/UNICON
pictures, just a bunch I rushed up there for use in On One Wheel.

Enjoy,
John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone
jfoss@unicycling.com

“I was burning his dinner when I was 17, and now I’m still burning it when
I’m 52.” – Brett Bymaster’s mom Rita, talking about how she met husband
Frank at age 17, while at Brett’s wedding in July

those are’nt just flowers in Sara’s pack,those are poiseness Foxgloves http://museum.gov.ns.ca/poison/foxglove.htm

fox gloves.bmp (286 KB)

Great pics John. Thanks for the memories!

Bruce

John,
I’m excited to view the pics (and a little nervous, too). I hope that the Elvis and the “under-the-computer-table-nap” photos are still in storage!???!
at1pe_uni
PS: Thanx for the encouragement. The gravel riding is truly improving!!

John,
I just checked out the photos & they are fantastic! Elvis does live and wants to ride like the big dogs.
Thanx,
at1pe_uni

I was amazed at Yuta Ando’s 70mm cranks on his 24".

Must be an amazing ride once one gets used to them.

Bruce

Mmmm… imagine that same setup with a Uni.5 hub.

RE: Photo Album from John: Some John Foss UNICON photos are now o

> I was amazed at Yuta Ando’s 70mm cranks on his 24".
> Must be an amazing ride once one gets used to them.

I don’t know. To watch him (from way back where I was, in the Marathon
race), it barely looked like his feet were moving. I would not have believed
a 24" could keep up with a bunch of 36" wheels, but the proof is in the
pudding.

I definitely wouldn’t want to ride fast on one of those in a crowded or
bumpy environment. Stopping it must take a while!

JF

I saw him as he was coming back from the turn around. He was behind Roger Davies enough at that point and ahead of the rest of the pack so I could watch him approach by himself for some time. His foot motion was slight and of course extremely rapid. It appeared smooth and graceful even though it was fast like the wings of an insect. There was very little wheel wobble. I thought his posture was a bit extreme. He had both hands on the front of the seat for stability but it looked as if his head was tilted back much more than other riders I have seen. It was one of those surreal things that you wish you could physically do. And then he was gone and I was left alone with only the sound of the wind in my ears and the sight of Nathan Hoover approaching me, beating me on my own unicycle.