Re[2]: How sharp is sharp?

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Wolfgang Stroessner wrote:
> Do you expect a level n candidate to show 1+2+…+n = n*(n+1)/2 different
> mounts (1 for level 1, 2 more for level 2 and so on). Or is it sufficient to
> know n mounts, i.e. you are allowed to use the n-1 mounts you used for level
> n-1 again for level n.

Mark Wiggins wrote:
>You can keep using the same mounts from previous levels - so only ten required
>for level 10. Phew.

Allow me to add something here as well. When you go out to pass the next level,
it is not necessary to repeat the previous levels, and only one new mount is
needed per level.

This raises the issue of tracking the mounts the rider has done for previous
levels. Is he or she cheating by repeating one? It is up to testers to keep
track of these things, which may lead to having the rider demonstrate all the
mounts he or she used for previous levels first.

55 mounts, without major variations, would be really interesting. How many
are known?

Stay on top, John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone

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(Intel does not necessarily agree with my opinions about unicycling
skill levels)

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