Unicycle.com1148 JVL Court, Suite 170
Marietta GA 30066
Note to visitors: Our showroom is open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. For best service, please call for an appointment.
the people, the company we keep
A Closer Look...
Why would we launch a dedicated, retail unicycle Website? Two main reasons: to offer a single location to view multiple unicycle brands, and to provide quality information about unicycling by unicyclists.
Since our ads began appearing in Mountain Bike, Bicycling, DirtRag magazine and other publications, bike shop and specialty retail store owners have been calling us for products and information.
We're forging partnerships throughout the United States and abroad, enabling a network of dealers to deliver our products and information locally.
If you prefer to have a unicycle delivered to your door, order online or call us at :1-800-UNICYCLE (678-494-4962)
If you'd prefer to see and touch our products in person, call your local bike shop or specialty retailer and ask the owner to contact us about becoming a Unicycle.com dealer.
Who we are...
Located just ten miles north of Atlanta in the shadow of Kennesaw Mountain , we have cycle proving grounds on sloping sidewalks and on rugged off-road terrain.
We try out products ourselves. When products (and their manufacturers) impress us, we list them in our catalog. We're constantly looking for innovative, useful products for unicyclists. Suggestions are welcome!
You'll see us refer to our company as Unicycle.com. It's easy to remember, so we'll use it often!
Staff List ...
- Amy Drummond, President
- Josh Torrans, General Manager
- Taralyn Harris , Customer Service
- Steve Carroll, Shop Assistant
- Kevin Jourdan, Unicycle Parts & Prep
- Zach Drummond, Summer Prep/Live Chat
- Sawyer Drummond, Summer Prep
Terry Peterson - Male Mountain Unicycle Division
My name is Terry “UniGeezer” Peterson, and I first learned to ride a unicycle way back in 1966 at age 10. After a year or so, having learned pretty much all I could with the ancient uni-technology of that time, I went on to other things. Nearly forty years went by before I rediscovered unicycling again. On the eve of my 50th birthday, late 2005, I found that this emerging and legitimate sport had made quantum leaps in uni-technology! Since then I haven’t looked back and I ride 5-7 days a week, and have made more than 450 extreme unicycling videos as a way of documenting my passion for the sport. I love promoting the unicycling as much as possible and inspiring others to get into the sport. And the way I see it, I still have about 32 years of catching up to do!
The Crevier Family - Freestyle/ Giraffe Division
Are you ready to be inspired!! Recently featured on the finals of America's Got Talent --- Bruce and Diane and their family of 12 children have been in over 35 countries, using their Spin-tacular Basketball Show to entertain and share a message of hope to this generation! Bruce Crevier is a "Four Time Guinness World Record Holder" for basketball spinning and has spun as many as 21 basketballs at the same time. He also holds the endurance world record and has spun one basketball without a break for 22 hours and 12 minutes. Their programs are fit to audiences in any age range in any setting! Take your School, Church Ministry, Business or Civic Group, or your High School, College, & NBA Basketball Halftime Show to the next level with a Spin-tacular Basketball Show
Casey Pappalardo - Trials/Street Division
My name is Casey Pappalardo. When I was 14, I learned to ride a unicycle my mother bought me at a gag shop in rural Vermont. It wasn’t long before I started taking my unicycle skills off road. There were a few trails in my area that I basically lived on every day after school. When I moved out of Jay and into Saint Johnsbury, I lost the trails I loved so much. I very quickly discovered that the urban terrain was just as fun as tearing down trails. I became addicted to challenging myself with new tricks and bigger stunts. I’ve trained hard to master as many styles of unicycling as I can such as Street, Trials, Muni, Flatland, Big Wheel Street and BC wheel. At 19 years old I’m lucky to have gotten into the sport as early as I did, I hope to still be riding when I’m 70. Even then I’ll be shreddin the gnar like a boss!
Liz Wilson - Female Mountain Unicycle Division
My name is Liz Wilson
I'm 51 years young, have worn many hats for work and in life but am happiest when wearing a helmet. Unicycling started as a young girl, providing many smiles and enjoyment. On July 4, 2013 I grabbed a mountain unicycle to see if I could ride. It immediately reminded me of the fun part of life. MUni has returned the smiles and laughter of youth.
To meet other unicyclists I started attending races. I've participated in several Endurance races, XC races and local events for fun. Totally looking forward to NAUCC and UNICON 17, my first unicycling events. Hope to meet you all there :)
Unicycling is a fantastic sport and gives us balance in life.
Richard Tharrett - Freestyle Division
My name is Richard Tharrett, age 13 and I am a freestyle unicyclist. I live in Macomb Michigan with my parents and sister. I got my first unicycle for christmas in 2010 and taught myself how to ride in my basement. I am currently a level 6 USA unicyclist and ready to test for level 7. My goal is to achieve level 10. I am also a member of the (RTUC) Redford Township Unicycle club in Michigan. There's not a day that passes when I have not rode my unicycle. I plan to participate at NAUCC annually and in the future Unicon. I love the sport of unicycling and hope to continue unicycling for the rest of my life. I not only practice freestyle but I also love
Muni, Racing, Long-distance, and a little mix of the rest of styles of unicycling. HAPPY UNICYCLING !