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    Hey guys,

    I only know one unicyclist, the guy who taught me. If there are any teenagers out there who want to introduce yourselves please do so on this thread. I'll start.

    I learned to ride a unicycle when I was 13 after a bike accident where the front wheel fell off the bike and I lost a bit of my front tooth. I decided unicycling was a cooler alternative where I could bypass the possibility of loosing the second wheel (it's already gone). . I spent the summer last year riding 10 km to work each day on my 36er. It was awesome!

    I live in Canada, am an aviation student, and am looking for people to visit and hang out with!

    Now your turn. See you later,

    Dorian L.
    Two heads are better than one, but One wheel is better than two

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    Originally posted by AV8R View Post
    I learned to ride a unicycle when I was 13 after a bike accident where the front wheel fell off the bike and I lost a bit of my front tooth. I decided unicycling was a cooler alternative where I could bypass the possibility of loosing the second wheel (it's already gone). .
    Thank you for sharing that story. You concluded correctly, sir.
    Last edited by SteveO; 2019-06-24, 02:12 AM. Reason: granma mistake

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    • #3
      Welcome AV8R! I also learned to ride when I was a teenager, just outside of Canada in the Detroit area. Unfortunately I stopped being a teenager in 1981. I'm way disqualified for this thread...
      John Foss
      www.unicycling.com

      "Who is going to argue with a mom who can ride a unicycle?" -- Forums member "HiMo"

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SteveO View Post
        Thank you for sharing that story. You concluded correctly, sir.
        Perfect, good to know

        Originally posted by johnfoss View Post
        Welcome AV8R! I also learned to ride when I was a teenager, just outside of Canada in the Detroit area. Unfortunately I stopped being a teenager in 1981. I'm way disqualified for this thread...
        Thanks John! Sounds like you are still a kid at heart though, eh?
        Two heads are better than one, but One wheel is better than two

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