Re[2]: A unicycle with casters

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> The authors say that they invented it because "this structure of unicycle is
> well-known and can no longer attract people to ride." This looks about as
> useful as the skate bike, but because it is so different I threw together a
> page with the scanned patent documents, including drawings at

I checked it out. Looks like it might have some slight use as a trainer, but
only slight. As for the unicycle no longer attracting people to ride because
it’s well known, that has of course already been proven by the bicycle. Who
rides those anymore? Obviously this thing was conceived by a genius!

John Foss

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