> This was on another thread with veryfew hits. It might get a few more
> This is a unicycle test brought to you bye the unicycle.com from the
> U.K. This test will tell you how much of a unicycle fanatic you really
> are! Feel free to share results if you want to!
> Me - 53.25% Must… get… more… unicycles…
I received shameful 19.45% after six weeks of owning and riding a Uni. I
guess I need to learn some more skills and ride a giraffe- can you do
that when your afraid of heights?
I looked at it again. Scored a 34.7 I think last time. Theres a few things wich I can not honestly say I have done, but most certainly can. For instance, I’v done a 5 ft drop, but not a 6 ft drop, mostly for lack of a 6 ft drop to do. Also, I have not droped off a picknic table, yet I have done a 5 ft drop. Again, for lack of a picknic table. I think I will wait till I acomplish these few nessisary tasks before I take it agian…
Only 33%, and I own six unicycles and ride an hour or more most days, on and off road. Perhaps if I had broken more components, or if I owned a VCR on which I could watch those videos I might have scored more highly?
I own 4 unicycles of different sizes and one is even a giraffe! I’ve never heard of these scary abreviations (OOW, DIE, BLEED, FALL, etc.)
I need to ride for 6 hours a day, and crash a unicycle and break all the parts.
Just join the USA and go to a convention and you’ll learn what most of the abreviations stand for. Some of the abreviations are unicycle club names. A search of <http://www.unicycling.org/> the forum or r.s.u. will also help you figure out the abreviations.
For anyone going to UNICON I would strongly recommend against riding around on the ferry deck during the ferry ride to Bainbridge Island. Riding in a moving vehicle will get you one more point on the test. I took my uni for a little spin down on the car deck once, but it was at midnight on an almost empty ferry. To do it in the middle of the day would require being more “low profile” so you don’t get in trouble by the ferry workers.