The last time this topic was touched was in 2012, so why not create a new thread. This month I won’t be going any trips coz we expect a baby this month. As I am addicted to unicycling, I decided to try something in my tiny backyard. I wanted to give stand still a go. I thought like, “how hard can it be” They do with with uni-basketball / uni-hocky and balancing on fences and what not. Also I reckoned stand still might be easier than idling.
Well I was wrong at how easy it was. I can like start hopping, then stand still a few moments while holding the seat, but as soon as I try to get both hands in the air, I lose balance. Also tried mounting while both of my hands are in the air already, but then I would not balance in the middle,but get over the uni forwards.
Any tips how I can achieve this? Also I’ve been trying on grass, but is a paved floor better?
Is it easier to stand still, while standing or sitting? I reckon while balancing on a fence, you want to ride forwards, so there it would be better to balance while sitting.