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Talking about the time you spend

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This month we are going to talk about time. I was reading a little article about saying No.

It said "Most people overestimate how efficient they are, so we say yes to everything that comes our way.The result is you end up feeling overwhelmed! Saying no makes space for the things that matter most to you. Saying no more often is actually more expansive. " Author Leo Babauta.I could not have said it better. We recommend you try to practice saying no more often within your life requirements. Use that extra time to ride, hang with family or pick up a new skill.

Do you know your disc brake?

We get quite a lot of questions about disc brakes. Believe it or not disc brakes are the future and the future is now!Here is a good guide to help understand them:Originally found exclusively on mountain bikes, disc brakes are popping up on has created unicycles that come with a disc brake hub allowing [...]

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Starting the month Hopeful!

It's always good to start out the month hopeful. We all would like new unicycles but sometimes that's just not realistic or we are perfectly content with the unicycle or unicycles we already have.Here are the top 5 things you can do to improve, spruce up or just fall in love with your unicycle more.Pedals: [...]

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Have you ever wondered what happens to your body when you stop riding?

Have you ever wondered what happens to your body when you stop riding? The benefits of riding are immediate. Within 24 hours, your blood pressure drops, your blood sugar improves, your metabolism burns hotter, and your mood gets better. Long term, the positive hits just keep coming as you get fitter, faster, and healthier. Everyone needs a rest day now and [...]

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5 ways to stay unstoppable on your unicycle!

Try if your schedule allows to ride everyday no matter how long or short. If you can’t break away just hug your unicycle. If your schedule is tight but requires different stops along the way you could use your unicycle to cover more ground to fit in a ride and get errands done. Taking in a good, healthy [...]

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The Adventure of Loving your Unicycle

UNICYCLE LOVE: Here is a story that shows the adventure of loving your unicycle. Benjamin "Sky" Horne of Brevard, NC has pedaled the TransAM Trail in 2010 without the benefit and extra weight of a second wheel. Just the year before he hiked the entire 2,178 miles of the Appalachian Trail. "I hope to dispel the belief that [...]

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Are you prepared?

UNICYCLE LOVE: Are you prepared? We want to keep you prepared for the unexpected! When is the last time you inventoried or checked the contents of your riding/hydration pack? Empty the wrappers out and make some room for new snacks! Here is a list you might consider to keep you rolling happy and safe: Your I.D., emergency contact information [...]

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Hydration is important!

Unicycle Love:  We know the effects of not getting enough water while riding in hot temperatures. What would happen if you drank too much water? Believe it or not hydration can actually be harmful. There is always the case of too much of a good thing. In rare cases, people have been known to die from over-hydration-induced [...]

Read More » NZ closing March 31st

We are sad to announce the closing of in New Zealand. New Zealand has been part of the family for the last 12 years. We appreciate everything they have contributed to the wonderful sport of unicycling. With changing circumstances with the team, they have decided to close the store. We would like to [...]

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18 Hours Scouts Honor and 6 Hour Scouts Honor Race - Unicycle Division!

Liz Wilson, James Richardson and Aaron Brown all went as unicycle riders.  This was a weekend event held in Maidens, VA, Sat Sep 19 - Sun Sep 20, 2015.  We are so proud of all 3 of these riders who took 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the race! Way to represent guys! [...]

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