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  • wobblysteve
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    Adelaide
    DRS Solo Exp 20 inch
    Last edited by wobblysteve; 2019-11-26, 11:43 PM.

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  • Gockie
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    Hello

    Hello all!
    My first post on this forum!
    I'm a 40 yo (nearly 41!) female who just started learning from late July this year with the Parramatta Unicycling club. I've been riding @agapes $10 Aldi unicycle
    I've very nearly got the freemounting down pat.

    Next I guess would be nice to participate in the unicycling hockey, (only started riding carrying a stick for the first time on Friday) and transitioning from cycling to hopping and vv.

    Nice people in the Parramatta club! And the kids are truly impressive.

    My big learning takeaway... Wear some sleeves cause one day I was wearing a sleeveless dress and happened to take a fall....

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  • jannie
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    Name for new cycling group

    Hey everyone
    Can someone suggest me name for cycling group.
    Thanks

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  • lightbulbjim
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    Welcome! How are you enjoying magpie season?

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  • OneTrackMind
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    Originally posted by Snoopy 16 View Post
    I have managed to collect 4 bikes already:

    Then came the 29" Muni (my favorite bike)
    Calling a unicycle a bike is a major faux pas.

    Bike is a contraction of bicycle. Bi means two, cycle means wheel, as in "two wheels".

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  • Pinoclean
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    You should make a trip to Sydney for Nationals September 30-October 3rd. We have Muni

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  • Snoopy 16
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    Here are my bikes

    Hi all,
    I am a new forum member, & have been riding Unicycles for about 6 months, but in that time I have managed to collect 4 bikes already:

    I started with a 20" Freestyle.
    Next came a 20" x 5 foot Giraffe.
    Then came the 29" Muni (my favorite bike)
    lastly I bought a big wheel 36" KH tourer.

    I'm hoping to meet up with any riders interested in Muni for off road fun

    Cheers all,
    Pete

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  • Agape
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    Vital Wombat, I also started with the same unicycle - I bought mine for $10 on Gumtree. =)

    Great unicycle to start on, I believe the size - 20" is ideal for adults who are first learning.

    My Crane uni - I found it started making odd noises and I needed to tighten the cranks fairly regularly. The saddle also became quite uncomfortable once I could actually stay on for a while (I ended up putting a pair of thick socks over the top and buying cycling shorts).

    I upgraded once I could really ride (same wheel size, but a trials unicycle) and have only ridden my old unicycle once since.

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  • lightbulbjim
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    Originally posted by Vital Wombat View Post
    Wodonga, Vic

    Almost riding:
    20" Crane (Aldi)
    Nice, I started with that same uni. Didn't last long though, before long the wheel ended up very untrue (and untruable) and the cranks required tightening before every ride. I gave it to my sister to learn on but she never used it .

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  • Vital Wombat
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    Wodonga, Vic

    Almost riding:
    20" Crane (Aldi)

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  • Agape
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    Sydney, NSW

    Riding 20" Nimbus Trials

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  • Biskt
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    Albury/Wodonga NSW and VIC border.

    Riding:

    20" QU-AX MUni
    26" Numbus

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  • Gaz
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    Gaz in Darwin N.T.

    Hi All
    Anyone up this end in the Heat
    Cheers Gaz

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  • Pinoclean
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    Originally posted by Unicycle fish View Post
    Thank you so much for that I didn't know that many people ride in Newcastle.
    There is also a weekly club on Thursday nights in Hornsby if you are willing to make the trip. And about 80-90 riders in Sydney also.

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  • Unicycle fish
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    Thank you so much for that I didn't know that many people ride in Newcastle.

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