> Could someone tell me how long it took them to learn to sideride
> compared to sideways wheel walk? Just wondering, because my learning
> curve seems even slower for sideways wheel walk than it was for learning
> to sideride.
There aren’t very many people who can answer that. I’m not much of a
side-rider, but I can do the sideways wheel walk. When it comes to
advanced skills, I think your background of other skills you previously
know plays a big role. Sideride is pretty hard, but still has a lot in
common with regular (or one foot) riding. Sideways ww is something very
different from regular riding so there is a new learning curve there.
It also occurs to me that it might be a little harder with a 26" wheel
because you don’t have as much leverage with the seat, and you’re standing
higher up. In other words, if you’re on a 20" wheel, the seat is higher up
and easier to reach, plus you’re lower to the ground.
Stay on top (sideways or otherwise), John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone
“Freedom is not free”