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  2. MuniAddict
    2014-07-24 08:39 PM
    Unicycling for Dummies...Literally!

  3. MuniAddict
    2014-07-20 02:26 PM
    My very first AERIAL MUni Video!

    Soon after starting I got a bad sprain doing a drop off a big boulder, (Clip included at the end) but I had to continue since Patrick (quadcopter pilot) felt he could never make this difficult hike again, so most of the riding you see was with a sprained ankle!

    Shot 7/19/14 in Simi Valley, "Hummingbird" trail is rocky, steep and very technical, and the aerial footage really captures it! Filmed with his DJI Phantom quadcopter with Gopro Hero 3 black edition, Patrick managed to get some amazingly CLOSE follow shots, flying only a few feet from me! That was a bit unnerving, but a testament to his awesome flying skills! Hope you enjoy!

  4. MuniAddict
    2014-07-03 02:06 AM
  5. MuniAddict
    2014-06-29 12:23 AM
    New Oregon Video: All in One "SUV" Uni!

  6. MuniAddict
  7. madmack
    2014-06-12 07:37 AM
    hey Terry
    I got a 36er from you about 7 years age. I find it a bit hard to find the time to get good with it I also have a 24" torker dx that I can ride but gravel and dips and bumps in the grass give me trouble so I would like to try some thing with a larger wheel as most of my riding is on gravel. I thought that a 29er would roll over the small obsticals a bit better if so I was looking at the Nimbus Orical. what do you think? is there a 26 or 29 as good at a better price out and available? or do you know of any used ones for sale?
    thanks Stephen
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  9. Uniglider
    2014-05-13 09:03 PM
    Hi Terry, can you refresh my memory. What did you say the advantage are for a 120tpi tire compared to a 27tpi. I have the Surly 29x3-27tpi now. When it comes time to replace it was just wondering if the 120 is worth the extra money. Thanks.
  10. MuniAddict
    2014-05-08 03:57 PM
    From 5.7.14. This trail is notorious for chewing up riders and spitting them out. One unicyclist broke his back here. I’m lucky to have come out in one piece, but I won’t be back.Once is more than enough! The camera does not convey just how steep, rocky and brutal this trail is, but it’s as close as I can get.

    Just as I enter the trail, at :34, you can see that I suddenly go into an unintentional 'frozen' still stand, as if the trail is warning, "DO NOT GO IN!":

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    Happy Birthday Terry! Every year you get cooler, younger and unicyclier!
    Be our muniprohpet for many years more.
    -Dani Buron



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