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Found a 2nd Wheel


JohnnyReggae

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I've been told so many times that I've lost a wheel ... not that I think I needed that 2nd wheel and have been managing quite fine without it. So I decided to go looking for a 2nd wheel and managed to find what I think is not bad, not knowing about things 2 wheeled related. These parts ... shifters, handlebars, chains .... are so confusing. I like the simplicity of a Unicycle, but it's not really a distance machine ... well for me anyway.

 

I'm going to start commuting to work with this, and a few rides in the mountain, but my Unicycle is still going to be my number 1 mountain ride wink.png

 

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I've been told so many times that I've lost a wheel ...

 

 

Ja jees you guys cop more chirps than us dher's pushing up. If I had a rand for every genius telling me to ride up I'd be a millionaire.

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Hi Johnny, don't stress dude, it's easy to learn to ride one of those two wheeled things.wink.png

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Ja jees you guys cop more chirps than us dher's pushing up. If I had a rand for every genius telling me to ride up I'd be a millionaire.

I've heard the phrase more times that I care to count, including the humming or whistling of the circus theme. I'm surprised at the lack of originallity ... or maybe I shouldn't be. I've been juggling for years, and the first question anyone usually asks me is .... "Are you a clown", "are you in the circus"

 

Hi Johnny, don't stress dude, it's easy to learn to ride one of those two wheeled things.wink.png

Ja hey, these 2 wheeled things. Feels strange, and after a short 10 minute ride my neck was sore from looking up. I'm so used to sitting up dead straight and looking ahead and not having to look up the whole time from being hunched over.

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............ Feels strange, and after a short 10 minute ride my neck was sore from looking up. I'm so used to sitting up dead straight and looking ahead and not having to look up the whole time from being hunched over.

 

Try taking the visor off your helmet (if you are using a Mtb one). That'll instantly make it easier on your neck.

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