I like the idea, but there really isn’t any reason to have ‘RIMS’ plural just because ‘RINGS’ is, especially since you’re talking about unicycling.
I can’t tell from the picture if the shirt is black or a very dark navy blue. If they had a silhouette of someone on a unicycle on the back, maybe with a glowing rim of power or something, and had ‘THE LOAD ON THE RIM’ and ‘RIDE THE UNICYCLE’ on front, I would order one regardless of the color.
I just don’t get it, what is “The load on the rims” supposed to mean? A dump(poop) on the unicycle rims? A cum shot on the unicycle rims? Basically what is Load supposed to mean? Please translate for me…
Here is a definition from the Merriam-Webster dictionary:
LOAD :a mass or weight supported by something <branches bent low by their load of fruit> b : the forces to which a structure is subjected due to superposed weight or to wind pressure on the vertical surfaces; broadly : the forces to which a given object is subjected