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Old 2019-12-05, 04:08 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Setonix View Post
what about riding on the train tracks
Excellent idea, but there are none close to me unless you count the subway. For a number of very obvious reasons, that wouldn't work! There is a quiet stretch of open railroad about 6 km away, but even that is too far to visit on any sort of regular basis.

Canoeheadted's suggestion is also good, but not really feasible for an urban dweller like me. My access to tools is very limited around here, and I don't have space to store a big sheet of plywood with a rail running down the middle, and even if I did manage to convert it into a coffee table or guest bed when not in use, dragging it out to the park for every practice session would be a real bummer.

Clearly, the only solution is to find a piece of the local urban landscape that could serve as a skinny. If I were good enough to ride on handrails, this would not even be an issue, but for now I need something much lower. It probably exists, I will just have to keep my eye open. A new skateboard park is being built nearby, maybe it will have something.
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Old 2019-12-05, 06:41 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Setonix View Post
It will have to wait. There is no snow yet. Maybe a few days in January. snow is getting less each year. I will keep an eye out for mud, but I do ride with 150's, so it will be zigzaggy. I will do my best to be on the straight path. ^_^
Same here, I’ve got wet grass...not great for snow angels but I will try to remember when the time comes.
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Old 2019-12-06, 08:18 PM   #18
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Guess I'll play, but I won't win any contests. I rode around the backyard a few times and this was the straightest section of my tracks. Those of you who can ride skinnies on a unicycle are far better riders than I.
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