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Discussion in 'rec.sport.unicycling' started by wowunicycle, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. wowunicycle

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  3. KJ-52

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    Hey i'm not an expert, but I looked at what levels fivers can do and
    tried to be creative. How about if one of you's rides backwards, and the
    other wheel walks in front, or behind, whichever?

    Maybe you'd could do that in a circle.

    Or maybe one could ride seat in front, the other in back, and you's
    could hold each others seats.......

    Oh yeah, I was out at your guys' meet this summer I guess it was, don't
    know if you were there. I was one of the guys from Pa, tall, skinny,
    dark hair, glasses, fell first thing when I got there......I got second
    place in the 19-29 male obstical course, probably was only two of us
    there. Anways, if you were there who were you, I might remember : )

    Andrew


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  5. billham

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    Mark

    I was at the fun meet in Ohio also. If I recall, we were talking about
    your wheel walking which you had just learned over the summer. I am
    working on my wheel walking this winter and hope to do as well as you
    were doing then by this summer. (Wow, that was a weird sentence!) I
    was the other guy from PA, the "older" guy with a beard, I was with my 7
    year old daughter.

    Take a look at these videos, you might get some ideas from them. They
    are from the winners of the pairs comp at UNICON XII. Even if some of
    the tricks are too difficult for you, you might get ideas for variations
    that use your existing skills.
    http://www.ichirin.ne.jp/video/Unicon12/

    Hopes this helps a little.

    Bill


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  9. uniprincess

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    Definately watch videos from other peoples routines. you will get a ton
    of ideas from watching them. look at things they have done and try to
    do a variation of something you saw someone else do.
    linds


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  10. johnfoss

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    I have one pairs routine here:

    http://www.unicycling.com/naucc/

    What they're doing is about as hard as it gets, but you may get some
    ideas from it.

    Also, aside from just doing tricks, you can work on doing synchronized
    riding. Zig-zagging at the same time can look really good, or
    synchronized spins. That's harder, but really looks nice if the two of
    you can stay coordinated. The idea there is that you're each spinning,
    but rotating at the same speed.

    See you at NAUCC!


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