How to Mount a BIG 36" Unicycle!

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Intro: How to Mount a BIG 36" Unicycle!

52 year old shows different ways to MOUNT a HUGE 36" unicycle. Regular and Slo-mo

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    kanapasaki

    9 years ago on Introduction

    could you post a video on how to free mount a giraffe unicycle I got one about a week ago and am really good at riding but can't mount without a pole

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    pocketwatch

    9 years ago on Introduction

    @cyber meat: I am still shopping for a uni but the wheels correspond to inseam, and for my 33" inseam I am supposed to use a 24" wheel... Since the standard size I have seen most commonly is 20" (I think they are child size?) so that would probably not be comfortable for you.

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    danasmana

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I've always wanted to try a 36" but the last chance I had my legs were to short. I MUST TRY AGAIN! but I think ill be too scared to just kinda jump like you do

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    cyber_meat

    10 years ago on Introduction

    i see all of these videos that you make about unicycling and i want to try it. i am 6'8" and i was wondering would i need a special unicycle or can i just get a normal one and adjust the seat. finally where would i get one none of the bike shops around carry them?

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    theRIAA

    10 years ago on Introduction

    good job on making a video that teaches something, seems like that unicycle travels pretty fast? could you commute on it?

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    unigeezertheRIAA

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Of course. Commuting and long distance riding is what they're made for. A group of us routinely do 25-50 mile rides on the weekends. It's awesome. I've hit 18 mph on mine, passing most bikes and hardcore inline skaters like they're standing still! But we usually cruise at around 10-12 mph.