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  1. scotthue
    2009-04-23 02:09 AM
    scotthue
    I was thinking cheating.
  2. scotthue
    2009-04-22 12:46 PM
    scotthue
    Sounds good, it doesn't necessarily have to be a ride all the way from racine to madison, we could just hook up and go for a shorter ride some time.
  3. habbywall
    2009-02-17 08:12 PM
    habbywall
    Nice!
    You should go to a convention sometimes, you will meet a bunch of random people, and probably find a least one person from these forums, and they are super fun!
  4. habbywall
    2009-02-16 05:24 PM
    habbywall
    I met you!
  5. naturequack
    2009-01-26 07:06 AM
    naturequack
    mmenghe, I love my V frame guni, but I'm not sure if I'm the best person to give you a true comparison to other unis. My 36" uni is not just the only 36"er that I've ever ridden, it's also the only 36"er that I have actually laid eyes on. I've seen many pictures and videos of 36" unis but that's as close as I've come. Weird isn't it? That being said, the handlebars are farther out front than what you would get with a T7 and this allows me to get a better tuck when I'm going fast. I don't need to hold on to the handlebars when I'm riding, so I can have the same upright posture that I would have on a uni without handle bars. So overall I'd guess that the V frame increases my efficiency because it allows a broader range of postures depending on what my body feels most comfortable. I could easily envision handlebars that extended farther out front than mine already do. It would not be a stretch.
    Hope that helps.
    Geoff

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  • About mmenghe
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    i can't juggle
    Location
    racine, wisconsin
    Interests
    unicycling, bmx, xc-mtb(just starting)
    Occupation
    bicycle mechanic

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