Unicycle parts

Are there any pictures of unicycles which point out all the parts and the names of the parts in English? It’s a bit confusing sometimes when English isn’t your first language.

  • Orange

It would be a good thing to have in the unicyclopedia actually. I’ll try to make felix do it, he is skilled with graphics :slight_smile:

In the meantime I posted a translation to swedish at http://enhjulingsfolket.se/

Hope that helps :slight_smile:

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On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 05:25:26 -0600, “Orange” wrote:

>Are there any pictures of unicycles which point out all the parts and
>the names of the parts in English? It’s a bit confusing sometimes when
>English isn’t your first language.

Go to <> and download the Word doc “Learning to Unicycle”. On page 3
is a large picture with the names of many parts. However, also many
(smaller) parts are NOT named and these are more likely to be the ones
you don’t know. I see your need. Maybe I’ll make a web page with “all”
unicycle parts but not really soon.

Klaas Bil - Newsgroup Addict

people who unicycle are shyly exhibitionistic - GILD

Thanks Ulph and Klaas Bil. :slight_smile:

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It looks like Klaas left out the link. He was probably trying to send you here: Tips for beginners. The Word document can be downloaded from that page down in the “How to learn riding a unicycle” section.

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Oops. Thanks John. Orange thanked me for it, but he will be even happier now.

Klaas Bil

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Yah, hehe…

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And yes I am a she but never mind. :wink:

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Another oops then. Damn assumptions!

Klaas Bil

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Hehe, it’s ok, a lot of people think I’m a guy on the internet, and when I unicycle and people see me from a distance. :slight_smile: So it’s pretty ok. Anyway, I think it’s cool that people think so.