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Old 1995-12-11, 01:58 PM   #1
Roger Davies
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ON Sat, 09 Dec 1995 Gwynneth VanLaven wrote:

[color=blue]> My brand new seat was slashed today by some high school punks! I take my[/color]
[color=blue]> unicycle everywhere -it's my main source of transportation. I ride it to my[/color]
[color=blue]> high school. I've been locking it outside but the seat's been slashed on[/color]
[color=blue]> seveal occasions.[/color]

Bastards!!!

[color=blue]> Is there a case (like a cello case) designed for a reg. uni? Or some other way[/color]
[color=blue]> I could prevent this vandalism?[/color]

I have seen soft cases with a long shoulder strap that looked really good, I
believe that they were specially made. They weren't very complecated. It does
depend on the size of your wheel, my 26" can be a little bit of a pain some
times, as the wheel just won't fit in the new British Rail luggage racks.

[color=blue]> Is it OK to wheel it around to my classes? What did you all do as high school[/color]
[color=blue]> unicyclists? And what do you do about those buggers who want to try the[/color]
[color=blue]> unicycle? Should I let people try, or could they hurt my unicycle?[/color]

I met a guy in Oxford (in a pub, while I was half baked) who wrode a 20" uni
delivering dispacted in Oxford as a living, my friend pointed out that he did
well because he didn't have the same problem as other riders as he did not lock
his uni up! he obviosly believed that the theives could not ride. As a side
point he was Fast!!!! we went for a wiz and I had to really go for it to stay
with him on my 26"

Rgr
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Old 1995-12-13, 12:36 PM   #2
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Re: help for a high school unicyclist?

Roger Davies (Roger.Davies@octacon.co.uk) wrote:
[color=blue]: ON Sat, 09 Dec 1995 Gwynneth VanLaven wrote:[/color]
[color=blue]: > Is it OK to wheel it around to my classes? What did you all do as high[/color]
[color=blue]: > school unicyclists? And what do you do about those buggers who want to try[/color]
[color=blue]: > the unicycle? Should I let people try, or could they hurt my unicycle?[/color]
[color=blue]: I met a guy in Oxford (in a pub, while I was half baked) who wrode a 20" uni[/color]
[color=blue]: delivering dispacted in Oxford as a living, my friend pointed out that hedid[/color]
[color=blue]: well because he didn't have the same problem as other riders as hedidnotlock[/color]
[color=blue]: his uni up! he obviosly believed that the theives could not ride.[/color]

Here at Bristol Uni there are a few of us who ride around on ours (20 -24" in
general). Those who cycle in in the morning either lock them up outside, or just
carry them into lectures and balence them against a wall at the front / sides...
no objections from the staff to speak of.,.. I shouldn't see why taking a uni
around classes should be a probelm, as long as its not a distraction... just
keep it under the table

PJ xx

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