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Old 2018-12-04, 10:00 AM   #2
finnspin
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Originally Posted by Vogelfrei80 View Post
I tried to learn freewheeling on a 29", but it was difficult and hurting.
Having ridden all three sizes you mentioned as a freewheel, I doubt your experiences will change much with a different wheelsize. Riding a freewheel simply is hard. I haven't met anyone who learned to ride it, that wasnt either really good at using the brake already, or able to coast on a normal unicycle.

I'm not saing it will be impossible for you to learn, but it being difficult and hurting is to be expected. Freewheels are not as easy to dismount as normal unicycles, it's common to land on your butt when instinctively trying to pedal backwards.
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