|2003-10-12, 12:28 AM||#1|
Ok, still working at this quite backwards, but there really is a
reason for my madness. At least, that's my story, and I'm sticking to
I learned how to freemount about a month after I got my unicycle.
From what I've read, that's a skill that is normally learned later.
However, I had a very limited space to practice on, and to go to the
local school parking lot required freemount skills. So now I can
freemount and am slowly building distance between UPDs.
So now we're here at about the 2 month mark and - gee, it sure would
be nice if my travelling direction wasn't random. I've heard that
where the shoulders point is where one goes. Is that true? If so, I
guess the answer then is just to keep riding and eventually it will
just happen. As it is, I'm still a bit shaky while riding, so the
shoulders point pretty much where they please.
Any pointers on turning?
This winter I plan on attempting idling in the basement where it's
fairly warm. I'm allergic to cold - I break out in goosebumps.
By the way, thanks to all of you who gave me the freemounting pointers
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