HA!! check out this uni on ebay. I was thinking of getting a new muni when i came across this. But I think $30 dollars is asking a little too much. Imagine how sore you would be after riding it!http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2102352745
Ohhh…that’s painful just looking at. Bad enough that it’s wood, but the front and back going up like that…I couldn’t bear it at all.
RE: wouldn’t this be comfortable!!!
> HA!! check out this uni on ebay.
> Imagine how sore you would be after riding it!
Oh today’s youth is so spoiled. Back in the days, that was a “good” seat.
You think I’m kidding? What kind of seats did unicycles have before the
Schwinns came along? Those, and bike seats. Those were the “good” kind. Of
course they had foam and a cover on them, and you had to drop them at least
twice before the metal would start coming through the cover.
But somebody is lying big time about that unicycle.
It’s just like the one I learned on. It’s a Troxel or Headstrom that has
been outside for a long, long time. No, I’m not that old. It is from the
70’s or 80’s, but no older. It actually has (had) a better seat than my
Troxel! But my Troxel was never left out in the rain, so it still has the
whole seat, the pedals, and the hard plastic tire. It’s not worth $30
I sent the seller a message to this effect.
Stay on top,
John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone
“If people want to truly understand mountain biking, they have to do two
other things: ride a unicycle, and master the trampoline.” – Joe Breeze,
one of the originators of mountain biking, in a conversation with Tim Bustos