Skills testing in the UK

To give me something to aim towards I was wondering if anyone knows of any
clubs etc that can offer skills level assessment (1-10). Is this a formal
accreditation?

I live in the North-West by the way

Many Thanks.
Norry

You could try DUC in Denton

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/baldstu/index%20(3).html

Nothing in unicycling is particalarly formal but the skills levels are clearly defined.

Re: Skills testing in the UK

The Union of Uk Unicyclists (UUU) offer testing and certificates for the IUF/UUU levels 1-10. Testing is open to any one, but to get a certificate you need to be a UUU member. There is no charge for testing or certificates.

Take a look at the levels requirements on our web page at www.unicycle.uk.org

If you are in the North West of England, then Denton Unicycle Club in greater manchester is probadly your closest club with testers. Testing is also offered at some uni-meets and at the British Unicycle Convention. Some people don’t ever take tests but just use the levels informaly to give them ideas for what to try next, or to guage how good they are compamred to other riders.

Sarah Miller
UUU

Re: Skills testing in the UK

Many thanks for that sarah.miller & nickjb
norry

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> norry wrote:
> > *To give me something to aim towards I was wondering if anyone knows
> > of any
> > clubs etc that can offer skills level assessment (1-10). Is this a
> > formal
> > accreditation?
> > I live in the North-West by the way
> > *
>
>
> The Union of Uk Unicyclists (UUU) offer testing and certificates for the
> IUF/UUU levels 1-10. Testing is open to any one, but to get a
> certificate you need to be a UUU member. There is no charge for testing
> or certificates.
>
> Take a look at the levels requirements on our web page at
> www.unicycle.uk.org
>
> If you are in the North West of England, then Denton Unicycle Club in
> greater manchester is probadly your closest club with testers. Testing
> is also offered at some uni-meets and at the British Unicycle
> Convention. Some people don’t ever take tests but just use the levels
> informaly to give them ideas for what to try next, or to guage how good
> they are compamred to other riders.
>
> Sarah Miller
> UUU
>
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Simon from Cumbria Muni club can also test up to level 4 I believe and possibibly higher.

Roger

Re: Skills testing in the UK

“sarah.miller” wrote:
>
> Take a look at the levels requirements on our web page at
> www.unicycle.uk.org

Sarah of course means: http://www.unicycle.org.uk/

  • Richard

Re: Re: Skills testing in the UK

DOH, sorry.