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      Unicycling the remote mountains of Papua New Guinea
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      • Originally posted by CJMuni View Post
        Unicycling the remote mountains of Papua New Guinea
        Doesn't your small wheel lock up on such rough underground? I like of the trials uni that it eats a lot of bumps, which a freestyle doesn't and once gave me a faceplant, but a bigger wheel rolls over bumps and through pits easier.

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          Yeah it did get caught in a lot bumps, but i only had a trials unicycle at the moment and will be getting my mountain unicycle soon. Although difficult, it was a doable and a fun ride.

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          • First ride on a 36er in close to a decade I reckon!

            Proof of unicycling's fountain of youth restorative powers clearly visible in these before and after pics!

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            AFTER

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            • Originally posted by digitalhippie View Post
              Proof of unicycling's fountain of youth restorative powers clearly visible in these before and after pics!
              I thought my wife would be interested riding unicycle after seeing these pics. But she want impressed with my suggestions. "Do I have wrinkles?" She said

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              • First MUNI ride in close to 10 years. Maybe the North South Track on a 36" wheel with 137mm cranks was a little ambitious... but man it was scarey fun!

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                • the tyre is 6 weeks old

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                  • Wow, how are you using your unicycle that your are destroying the tyre so fast?

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                    • Learning spinning, it destroys the tyre immediately.

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                      • Originally posted by haqreu View Post
                        the tyre is 6 weeks old
                        Crazy, it looks more like 60 years
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                        • Two photos of Transalpina in Romanian mountains, where I finally managed to climb the main pass, which I missed on my RomUni trip 6 years ago.
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                          http://vooni.kkdt.org My unicycling adventures including RomUni ride.

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                          • Originally posted by haqreu View Post
                            Learning spinning, it destroys the tyre immediately.
                            An expensive skill then.

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                            • a little park near the house, just a 3 mile circle but it's very nice to ride, mostly shaded and has a nice tidal creek on both sides.it is about 2/3 sidewalk style and 1/3 hard pack gravel and dirt
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                              24" Torker LX
                              29" UDC Trainer
                              32" UDC trainer

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                              • Latest Ride

                                I had a set of issues with the left knee in 2005/2006 -Torn miniscus, Excised tumor, Synovectomy, aggressive radiation. Radiation accelerated the degradation of that knee to the point it was gunnysack by spring 2018 with some growths reappearing.

                                It was really good for 12 years or so after the medical events of 2006. Did the STP with Joe Myer and quite a few times more, and did STP on a Bike. Rode some great terrain with Greg Harper, Bruce Dawson, Tom Blackwood, The Noli, Tom Blackwood and others in Seattle Area Riders

                                I got greenlighted pretty swiftly to deal with all the medical issues and get a new knee

                                There was a lot of complications to clean up and deal with beside the knee replacement, so the cutting got excessive for those reasons.

                                Anyhow, got all that squared away and got the knee replacement, did all my P.T. on time, everytime, got off the pain killers, went back to work and incrementally making it all work better all the time

                                Did some good rides in July Near Tonasket, Wa. and on the way back hit the Iron Horse Trail

                                Mid July I drove support on STP for a coworker that I did some projects with up in Gaspe Penninsula, Quebec. He finished STP in one day

                                I saw a Kelly Hickman, a really excellent Unicyclist, on his way to completing the STP at several points on the first day and he crossed the 2019 STP Finish Line about 6:30 PM Sunday. I believe that makes Kelly Hickman the 6 th Unicyclist to finish the STP in 40 years.

                                Here are some pics of Kelly Hickman at mile 42 with the policeman thinking about arresting the dude because it should be "illegal" to be so cool!

                                Some pics of Kelly crushing "The Hill" and then he had to remount at the light at the top of "The Hill' and he nailed the remount on the 36'r like a boss, which is tough after that incline and then he was stuck in the "crush" of the pack trying to relaunch on the back of an albatros KH 36 inch Uni. He was looking sharp and representing us all hella good.

                                Kelly looks like Clark Kent...Rides Uni like Superman and was looking Bulletproof on the STP every time I saw him

                                I saw another random Unicyclist on STP that is headed to Florida from The Seattle Center Space Needle in support of First Responders and Veterans. I spoke with "Rhino" at about 140 mile point on STP. Rhino has Instagram or Twitter and maybe on some FB Uni Groups...if you want to check out his ride
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                                "Give someone a bike and they may travel efficiently, but teach someone to unicycle and they can feed the soul for the rest of their life."

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