First trial with Aerobars on the KH36. Had no idea if I could manage it.
All good, I’m set to start commuting to work (12km)! Will be requested to start working from the office again very soon.
With the aerobars, I’m feeling, the weight distribution is 30% posterior, 40% legs, 30 elbows/hands.
110mm cranks. Still learning to ride a schlumf with 150mm cranks.
Btw, in the video, you can see my plastic knee pad shells that go over my padded knee pads. Allows a sliding surface on the road surface…same idea as how skateboarders slide on their knees on skate bowls. Saved me and my pads a couple of times upd over the front at 18km/hr. (Faster than I can run on landing the upd)
I got them from a gardening store (removed the padding and use the shells)
Ok, not the most exicting video but just showing what the weather is like and how nice the woods are.
There was a lot of uphill on this route (about 160 metres of elevation up to that point) and often deeper snow, thus increasing rolling resistance. Or at least that is my excuse for the heavy breathing!
P.S. Not technically my latest ride. It was actually from the same ride as this picture was taken
I’ve been unicycling with our dog, filming with a 360° camera on a selfie stick. Here are some ‘outtakes’ showcasing our lack of synchronisation and a couple of UPDs - a dog certainly makes unicycling more unpredictable!
(Updated longer version with cheesy music)