Unicycle Spotting / Sighting Thread

Dear r4nd1nt, you mean page 72 and 73 (because of the discription)
Georg

geschaeftsbericht-2021_S72_73.pdf (739.3 KB)

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This is a great thread.

I was in a small town, can’t remember the exact location now or name somewhere in Brittany, France - back in 2012 - and grabbed this photo of yours truly:

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Thanks for extracting the relevant pages.

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I came across this in Cape Town in 2018 and love that it’s still there to this day. It’s on the wall of a car dealership.

See it on Google Streetview:

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I will use this to illustrate just how practical unicycles are for commuting. Well, compared to slip’n’slide at least.

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I’d have to say I agree with that. I commuted home yesterday by bicycle and it worked quite well. After approximately 15km/10 miles it had taken me about 40 minutes and I didn’t feel particularly tired. By unicycle I would have been noticeably more tired, more sore and it would have taken longer, but it still would have beat walking. Pogo sticking, longboarding or the like would have been worse.

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It’s not quite a uni but I like the logo

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That’s awesome! :smile:

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Glad you like it, I thought it was too.

I kind of hope the owner might be a secret unicyclist :wink:

In my town, for a Circus School:


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On a building in Copenhagen:

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A friend sent me this and it rather amused me.

I believe attribution is to Obvious Plant.

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Saw this afternoon a unicyclist in a book of paintings by Jean Delêtre, a surrealist French painter:

2nd page, bottom left:

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Blimey well spotted!!

I think that may be Ed Pratt.

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The original image from the artist’s website (in lower resolution though):

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That would be a beautiful jigsaw puzzle.

Yeah, that’s very true.