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Re: Learning to ride

From: Frank B.
Sent on: Thursday, July 30, 2009 5:48 PM
My brother was a natural, and learned after 3 short visits on my 24. ��He could ride the length of the driveway, and across the lawn.
Then he bought his own and learned how to turn and other��niceties.

reminder theres a trials ride at Lincoln High School tonight at 8pm. ��(late to avoid heat)

On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 2:32 PM, noli ergas <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi there,

I would check out They have a number of tutorials.

Here is a good learning page:

And here's a page full of links to other articles on *how to ride*:

Here is a link for *how to choose a unicycle*:

Feel free to try riding someone else's unicycle for a little bit to see what
it's like, but I've never heard of anyone learning to ride without buying
one (or being given one).

If you come to the next meetup, we can help you get started.

Good luck,

p.s. For those of you receiving questions from beginners seeking advice,
feel free to forward this email along. ��(That second link I actually found
from a John Childs post on, Thanks John!)

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