hey thanks Rob, just lucky with the timer. I got home and had a good laugh when I saw it!
Yes and No
Mostly on-road. This was a 33 mile road ride.
I was surprised when I noticed many pictures reveal pedals in the long hole. It just seams to slow me down to much to turn long cranks now.
“Chilly Hilly” Bike Event on Bainbridge Island
33 miles and 2675 feet of elevation gain. 6000+ bicyclists and 4 unicyclists: a record number for both. A beautiful sunny Sunday ride. Running into Joe and Lana made it that much better. Life was good last Sunday.
[LEFT](Video is up!)
Terry, that shot of you catching air on the 36er is an inspiration!
Thanks Kerv! It was super fun doing that!
This is from today with my local riding buddy Gabriel. A much kinder, gentler 36er ride this time, lol! Notice the external “Ihome” speakers on my shoulders! Great stereo sound and I can hear what’s going on around me.
Hard to call a ride, but during some meeting of “creative local innitiatives” we had also a unicycle part. Mostly it covered some newbies wanting to try it, but anyway it was good to meet some fellow guys and hopefully convert a new ones
I look small next to Kevin. Sure glad your on my side. Nice to see your progress out on the road.
In any “measure” that matters Joe, you are the “biggest man” in the picture, but behind every great man is a great woman… Tell Lana I said hello and thanks for holding me up after the “Chilly Hilly”…I would have fallen asleep right before the picture at the finish. I know you can ride 60 miles non stop and 33 miles is just a warm up for you but I felt it.
I bought my Daughter a uni, off of craigslist.
the lady I bought it off of said it was an 18" tire, but it is a 20"
So I had to cut the seatpost and cut down the neck, to make it fit her 21" inseam.
I read there were 4 unicyclists who took part in the event. What happened to the other two unicyclists?
From this morning, 3/7/10.
I can dream, can’t I?
(I am seriously considering this drop when it dries out and stops crumbling)
The drop area is a little past the very bottom left)
I did this on my bike a couple of years ago, I know there are a couple of pretty steep hills, how are they on a 36? Are you riding up those or do you have to walk it? What size cranks? Maybe I’ll try that one next year, of course weather depending…
That’s the drop I wanna see on film!
haha, from where the uni is, or the camera?!
from where the camera is!!! also, WITH a camera pole! : D
That’s just a tad too high for this senior citizen! :o