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  • Thought I'd Say Hello

    Hello to all Unicyclists, I became interested in Unicycling about 2 months
    ago now whilst trying to learn in a coridor at Uni. After about three weeks
    or so I managed to cover my first few meters and that was then it for me.
    Christmas came along and there was a Unicycle for me. After that I have been
    banned from riding the uni in my Hall of Residence and so went for the bug
    journey outside. Since then I have got myself a Cycle Computer for the Uni
    (OK I know I'm sad!!). Unfortunately we now have snow here so I am having to
    read books about the theory of these tricks instead!! (I am not proficient
    enough yet to risk the elements in snow like some people!!) Anyway I'd just
    like to say that I am beginning to maintain a Unicycling page on the WWW so
    please pop along sometime and leave any comments you have, oh and I promise
    it will get better!! The page is at:-

    http://www-2nd-cs.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~idd/unicycling.html

    Bye for now,

    Ian.

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    [color={usenetquotecolor}]| Ian Davies (idd@dcs.st-and.ac.uk) |[/color]
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    [color={usenetquotecolor}]| http://www-2nd-cs.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~idd/index.html |[/color]
    [color={usenetquotecolor}]| ----------------------------------------------------| "One wheel has[/color]
    [color={usenetquotecolor}]| less friction" |[/color]
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    Re: Thought I'd Say Hello

    Dear Ian. Is your unicycle computer wireless? If not, where do you put the
    computer itself?

    Shawn Hill

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    • #3
      Re: Thought I'd Say Hello

      On Mon, 5 Feb 1996, Magdalena Olimpia Teter wrote:

      [color={usenetquotecolor}]> Dear Ian. Is your unicycle computer wireless? If not, where do you put the[/color]
      [color={usenetquotecolor}]> computer itself?[/color]
      [color={usenetquotecolor}]>[/color]
      [color={usenetquotecolor}]> Shawn Hill[/color]
      [color={usenetquotecolor}]>[/color]

      Hi Shawn,

      Well I figured that whilst riding along on my Uni I didn't mind that much
      whether I could see it or not, it was mainly to see how far I'd gone and max
      speed etc... so the computer itself is mounted upon the seat post with wires
      taped down upon the frame of the Uni.

      Although I could almost have mounted the computer onto the front of the seat as
      it has metal rings (kind of D.M style), though as I still fall off, occasionally
      [color={usenetquotecolor}], I thought this was not the best of ideas!![/color]

      Hope that answers the question,

      Ian.

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      [color={usenetquotecolor}]| Ian Davies | (idd@dcs.st-and.ac.uk) |[/color]
      [color={usenetquotecolor}]| ----------------------------------------------------|[/color]
      [color={usenetquotecolor}]| http://www-2nd-cs.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~idd/index.html |[/color]
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