Dream Uni!!!

Discussion in 'rec.sport.unicycling' started by unifiend454, Feb 11, 2006.

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    it tastes all the better when you've worked hard for it.


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    okay so are there any ups and downs to having a rounded off frame?
    because my good friend and I are going to have the same uni just
    different frames so what are the main differences in squared and
    rounded frames?
    Thanks!


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  7. dale_dale

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    if i think i know what ur talking about
    it is harder to one footed on a rounded frame as tehe is no whre to
    rest ur foot, this goes for one footed ww and all teh crazy standing on
    frame tricks


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  8. Main difference is gliding, and standupwheelwalking. A square frame
    MIGHT have a better chance of hitting your knees on it, but hardly ever
    happens to me.

    I've ridden the profile/yuni frame trials before, but the guy who owns
    it has a constantlly broken seat, so I couldn't do much with it...


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