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Thread: The UU unicycle club! Come Join!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Santa Barbara, California

    Default The UU unicycle club! Come Join!

    Hey I've gotten responses from at least 2 people here now about how they unicycle too. So why not make a thread about it?! Maybe we can convince some other people as well.

    Why do I unicycle? For a few reasons
    1. It's a really cool feeling, and not too many people can say that they can do it.
    2. It's one of the few extreme sports that doesn't require super high speeds to do crazy tricks.
    3. It's an amazingly challenging sport, and relatively safe with precautions
    4. There are many types of unicycling.
    -Some styles include: Street, Flatland, Trials, Mountain Unicycling, Touring, Performing, etc.
    5. There are cool types of uni's, like giraffes, or mountain unicycles, geared hub unicycles etc.
    6. It's an AMAZING way to stay in shape.
    -It works out just about every muscle from your waist down, and also works on your stomach and back. Some would say it works on your shoulders, arms, and neck as well.
    7. It's strange, and people don't see it all the time... I really like odd things... like the ukulele for example
    My YouTube Channel
    Ukulele + Guilele Fretboard Note Chart!
    Ohana TK-35G - "Lamia" - Fremont Blacklines
    Kala Acacia Tenor - "Harry" - Fremont Blackline Low G
    KoAloha D-VI - "Kubrick"
    Cordoba Guilele CE
    Gretsch G9126 Guitar-Ukulele

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Central IL & Fox Valley, IL


    Count me in on the Unicycle Club.

    Love the sport.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2013


    Love my Uni, and my Ukes

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    West Virginia


    I came very close to getting a unicycle for all the reasons you mentioned. A bad fall (from walking!) a few years ago that I took years to recover from made me reconsider going the unicycle route.

    So, I got into kick scooters instead. One of them is a SbykeIMG_20150606_163755633_HDR.jpg with a 20" front wheel, so that is probably the closest I will get to a cool ride like a unicycle.
    - Laura

    Sopranino - Vintage 1930's Camp Uke (Birch)
    Soprano - Koaloha Opio (Sapele), Martin OXK (HPL), Brueko No. 2 (Maple), Kala ASOV -S (Spruce/Ovangkol), Vintage 40's Silvertone (Mahogany), Vintage 50's Harmony (Birch), Zither Heaven (1 Black Walnut & 1 Cherry), First Act Discovery (Plastic)
    Concert - Luna (Spruce top)
    Tenor - Outdoor Ukulele (Composite Polycarbonate), Mainland (Mahogany)

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2017
    L.A. California


    I rode one when I was young, don't know if I'd take it up again.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Massachusetts, USA


    Yes, but can you play uke & sing while riding the uni? That would be impressive!
    Always be yourself, unless you can be a ukulele player, then always be a ukulele player
    – Unknown

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Nov 2015
    Upper Hale, Surrey/Hants border, UK.


    I tried one of those mountain uni cycles, but I couldn't get the hang of it unfortunately, maybe I was just too old & not flexible enough.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Apr 2014
    Southern California


    My wife and I usta tour on a tandem bicycle. I wonder where one would find a tandem unicycle . . .
    Kala "Spalted" baritone - Lo D GBD
    Kala tenor eight string - gG cC EE AA
    Gold Tone tenor banjolele - Hi-D GBD

    Luna "Peace" concert - Lo-G CEA
    Flea "Red" concert - Hi-G CEA

    Kala "Exotic Mahogany" soprano - Hi-A DF#B
    Mahalo yellow "Smiley" soprano (Dad's Day gift) - C
    Ka-Lai Pineapple soprano (old) gift - C

    Eat, drink and make merry for tomorrow you’ll be too old.

    God gave us old age so we wouldn't mind dying so much.

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