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Uni in, Tandem in ! - DAKOROMAN DRIVE SYSTEM

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Old January 23rd 08, 01:53 AM posted to rec.sport.unicycling
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Default Uni in, Tandem in ! - DAKOROMAN DRIVE SYSTEM

dakoroman wrote:
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One of them is at the beginning, when a new rider will try to mount
the unicycle, it is very dificult, it should be in an instant, like a

So, a new approach is needed and YES, I HAVE A SOLUTION FOR THIS.

I totally disagree with this!! You need a learning curve to make it
fun, if it was easy and everyone could do it, it would ruin it. There
are some sports eg kitesurfing, hang gliding, unicycling, etc. that
should not be done by the masses. Plus, I am pretty skeptical that you
"have a solution".


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