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February 2015 Poll Results:

This proves anybody can ride, cartoon or not.

This proves anybody can ride, cartoon or not.







Do you still have your first unicycle?
It’s in a Museum – 23
No, I rode the wheel off – 42
No, it’s in the Police Impound – 14
I lost it in a lake! – 7

Thank you for voting.
Team Unicycle.com

December Poll Results


Which set of unicycles would Santa use to pull his sleigh?

Santa is riding his own custom unicycle to deliver all the toys!  – 96

12 – 36 inch Commuter Unicycles  –  58

2 – 36 inch, 2 – 29 inch, 2 – 26 inch, 2 – 24 inch, 2 – 20 inch, 2 – 16 inch –  37

12 – 24 inch Muni Unicycles – 25

12 – 20 inch Freestyle Unicycles – 25

12 – 16 inch Beginner Unicycles – 25

12 – 29 inch Road Unicycles – 17

12 – 26 inch Club Unicycles – 11

12 – 19 inch Trials Unicycles – 11

12 – 12 inch Beginner Unicycles – 7


Did we miss any kind of unicycle or combination of unicycles that Santa would have used to pull his sleigh?


September Poll Results

dustin&KatieWhat device do you use to track your rides?

None – I just go out and rider  – 92

My brain – 25

Smart Phone – 20

GoPro – 13

GPS – 11

Bike computer – 10

Animals – 5

Did we miss any other ways to track your unicycle rides?

Richard Tharrett – Sponsored Unicycle.com/Nimbus Rider at NAUCC

Hi Amy & everyone at Unicycle.com

I have been doing great! I just passed level 7 before Naucc.

Naucc 2014 was my second year and it was a blast.
Here are the events that I participated in and what I placed.
Beginner Trials : 13-14 male 2nd place
Hockey: My team placed 3rd
10k: 0-16 male 4th place.
Obstacle course: 6th place over all 13-16 male 1st place
Track racing:

One foot 50m: 13-16 male 1st place. 

100m: 13-16 male 1st place.

Wheel walk 30m: 13-16 1st place.
400m: 13-16 male 2nd place. Expert race: 4th place
800m: 13-16 male 2nd place. Expert race: 5th place

Club group RTUC: 3rd place 

Advanced group RTUC: 2nd place
Individual Expert Male: 4th place.
Muni downhill advanced: 12-13 male 1st place.
Muni uphill advanced: 12-13 male  2nd place.

Muni cross country advanced: 12-13 male 1st place.

Criterium Unlimited:
Expert male: 8th place
 0-16 male: 2nd place
Overall Distance Champion:
0-16 male 4th place.
Expert male 22nd place.
Overall Track Champion:
Expert male: 9th place

13-16 male: 1st place

Unicycle.com / Nimbus is pleased to announce Casey Pappalardo to the Unicycle.com Team of Sponsored Riders!

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!

Sponsored Rider Video of Casey








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