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Old 2017-08-21, 02:17 PM   #1
Fat D
Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Warwickshire UK
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New Uni Rider - Warwickshire - UK

Hi Folks,

I've just started riding a unicycle (I'm 49). My mate bought one and I'd been thinking about it for some time. Anyway, a visit to Ebay and a second hand 24" Nimbus was purchased 3 weeks ago.

After 3 hours I could cover 50m or so. Now practicing turns and free mounting.

It feels like a cross between learning to walk and ride a bike, all in one. Everything aches these days, and I've got a lot of bruises, but I'm loving it. I'm off on holiday next week, and it's going with me. My better half is very understanding.

Right, that's me for now.
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