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Re: [The-Seattle-Unicycle-Meetup-Group] New Meetup: Uni Trials @ Roosevelt High School

From: user 3.
Sent on: Monday, July 27, 2009 12:31 PM
Appreciate the info , quetions and offer and want to take you up on it.  I As long as the seat is about 20 inches or less from the ground, it will be good for MDS- an adult who usually have to wear kid's size shoes and clothes. 
Will have to try it out first - glad someone may be able to borrow. Will anyone from the group who wants to patiently and kindly guide and support beginner for 10-15 mintues.


From: Noli <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Monday, July 27,[masked]:28:59 AM
Subject: Re: [The-Seattle-Unicycle-Meetup-Group] New Meetup: Uni Trials @ Roosevelt High School

I have a couple of questions first.

-MyDreamSchool is a person right? (you specifically?)
-MyDreamSchool is adult size? (i.e. doesn't need a child-size unicycle)

If MDS is coming for certain, i could try to bring both of my unicycles to lend one while riding the other. I also have spare helmets and could lend shin/knee gaurds for a bit.

Anyone should feel free to show up, beginners included. However, be warned that you can't learn how to unicycle by borrowing one for an hour once a week. If you feel like it's something you'd really like to do, investing in a starter uni is the only true way to learn (unless you can get someone to lend one indefinitely!). Through the appropriate channels, a starter uni can be found for ~$50.


2009/7/27 MyDreamSchool <[address removed]>
How many members of this group be willing to lend their unicyle , helment , wrist guarad and knee guardfor say 15 minutes each and show the absolute beginners how to do it patiently ?

MyDreamSchool is looking for a unicycle mentor for someone of very small build and height. Hope this is a good group to introduce the sport to new people

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