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    • Wind blew 11 m/s in burst, but at least ground was hard.
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      • Bridge out of Hokitika on westcoast of South Island.
        Unicyclists control pedals

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        • LOOK! a Corona beer on the trail amid all this Coronavirus…
          You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself....



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          • bungeejoe what knee/shin armour are you wearing? Looks very nice.


            I got the KH knee/shin guards and find that during riding they slide down to some extend.
            I'm worrying that the knee may become exposed during a knee slide...

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            • Would love to take some pictures of me riding but haven't got a separate camera available...

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              • Originally posted by Quax1974 View Post
                Would love to take some pictures of me riding but haven't got a separate camera available...
                Where do you ride in the middle picture on the sloping sides or in the narrow middle? It doesn't look like a comfortable ride.
                Last edited by Setonix; 2020-03-20, 01:19 PM.

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                • Spring is here.

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                    My latest ride... under confinement!
                    Last edited by pierrox; 2020-03-22, 11:40 AM.

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                    • thumbnail from latest video/ride
                      check it out if you want https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW5oB5gqPbE
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                      • Originally posted by Setonix View Post

                        Where do you ride in the middle picture on the sloping sides or in the narrow middle? It doesn't look like a comfortable ride.
                        Setonix I rode the left side cobbles.
                        I like my camber with the right side up

                        It is tough going indeed.
                        But somehow these offroad cobbles have a strange attraction!

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                        • From yesterday's 20 km geocaching maintenance tour on the 27.5" Muni

                          (no pictures of the road riding part)

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                          • Originally posted by Quax1974 View Post

                            Setonix I rode the left side cobbles.
                            I like my camber with the right side up

                            It is tough going indeed.
                            But somehow these offroad cobbles have a strange attraction!
                            I would think that the rounded hit and miss surface of the cobbles would not have much of a negative camber effect. The negative effect of camber is greatest on paved surfaces with very good friction between the surface and the tire. With less friction as going from dry pavement to wet pavement to gravel to non-paved surfaces the camber effect gets less. I'd guess that the rounded cobble surfaces would not be much of a camber problem.

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                              My Car was photobombed. At least unicycles could be seen in back
                              Unicyclists control pedals

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                              • Perfect conditions today.

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