Ride the Unicycle - a Crash Course!

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Thông số sản phẩm
Ride the Unicycle; 2nd edition (March 1, 2006)
84 pages
Item Weight
4.8 ounces
5.5 x 0.25 x 8.5 inches
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#956,735 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #1,002 in Cycling (Books)
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Product Description

This 80+ page booklet has a color cover and is printed in black & white. Like the first edition, it is written for children and adults alike. HOWEVER, It now includes over 40 photos to help you learn even quicker and easier, revised material from the first edition, and motivational quotes to help keep you in the "right frame of mind". In addition, this booklet includes the following chapters to help you not only learn to ride quickly and easily but help you progress to the next level of riding: Unicycle History, Should I Learn To Ride a Unicycle? What Is A Good Uni-Age?, Unicycle Safety, Unicycle Anatomy, Unicycle Styles, Unicycle Racing, Freestyle, Mountain Unicycling, Trials, Unicycle Touring, Street Unicycling, What Size Unicycle Is Right For Me?, Seat Adjustment, Walk Before You Ride, The Art of Falling, Additional Needs Before You Learn, Let's Get Started!, Practice, Practice, Practice, Inch-Stones Before Milestones, "To Turn or Not To Turn", The Pet Rock, Your New Best Friend, Lose The Curb, Fun Practice Exercises, Circles, Figure 8's, Slalom, Curb It Or Wall It!, The Wall Method, Benefits of Unicycling, Unicycle Web Links, About The Author, Unicycling Support.


"Easy to understand, fun to read for all ages--don't learn to ride w/out it! We have 3 new riders in our club, one of which, a 10 year old boy, learned to ride in less than 2 hours having never tried it prior..." --Cindy from California


"I CAN RIDE, I CAN RIDE, This bloke's my hero!"


"Well...after about four 45 minute sessions on Saturday, I learned to ride! I can now ride to the end of my block...I certainly didn't expect to catch on so quickly -- what a pleasant surprise! Thanks very much for the book, it really put me on the right track quickly!"


"I received your booklet today and read it immediately. I just love it! It's well written and nicely illustrated with photos."

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"This is an excellent and well written booklet. Reading the book made me aware of very helpful learning hints and tricks that I would never have thought of on my own. A few dollars well spent. Thanks!"

From the Publisher

Whether child or adult, if you desire to learn to ride the unicycle as quickly as possible, then this is the booklet for you!


From the Author

FREE with every purchase...UNLIMITED EMAIL SUPPORT while you learn to ride!


From the Inside Flap

Learn how to ride the unicycle quickly and safely with 30-YEAR VETERAN UNICYCLIST and UNICYCLING INSTRUCTOR Gregg Vivolo."Having trained many children and adults to ride, I have come to the conclusion that with the proper instruction virtually anyone can learn to ride the unicycle quickly and safely. Some may learn in just a few hours." Folks from around the world are learning to ride the unicycle using "The Crash Course Method" including people from; Germany, Australia, New Zealand, China and the United Kingdom. Here is what some have to say about it:" Paul from California writes: "I'm a High School Teacher and I have a collection of unicycle books and memorabilia but Riding The Unicycle - A Crash Course is the best printed explanation of how to ride and how to think while learning that I have ever seen." Hunter from the UK writes: "I can ride, I can ride! This bloke is my hero!" Matthew from Colorado writes: "Great book! Made learning the unicycle a lot easier!" Ann-Marie from the UK writes: "This guy is a genius! Buy his book! It is a must have item!" Cindy from California writes: "Easy to understand, fun to read for all ages -- don't learn to ride w/out it!" Taylor from New Jersey writes: "This is an excellent and well written booklet. Reading the book made me aware of very helpful learning hints and tricks that I would never have thought of on my own. A few dollars well spent. Thanks!"

About the Author

Unicycling has been a part of my life since my 10th birthday when I received my first unicycle. It was an old Columbia 20” unicycle that my brother stripped, repainted and cleaned up real nice. It’s the same unicycle I ride today, although it’s been modified a dozen times over the last 30 years. I would venture to say that the unicycle is between 40 and 50 years old. One of my fondest memories growing up was having 3 brothers who also enjoyed unicycle riding. We were the talk of the town because, back then, the only ones who rode the unicycle were clowns in the circus or something like that. It didn’t take long for all 4 of us to become expert unicyclists. We lived on our unicycles. Any game played on foot we adapted to playing on the unicycle. You name the game; basketball, baseball football, hockey, tag, dodge-ball, BMX, Frisbee, racing, slalom, jump rope and even boxing, we played it all on unicycle.Another of my fondest unicycle moments was when I was 18. The Unicycling Society of America held a Unicycling rally during the city of Paterson’s, Great Falls Festival in Hinchcliff Stadium. The rally, being one of the first of its kind in the area, had approximately 20 different competitive events. By the time the incredible day was over I had trophies in 17 of them and was interviewed by local news and media.As my brothers got older their passion for the unicycle dwindled. My passion, however, continued to grow and is stronger today than ever. Over the years I’ve designed and built many different unicycles of all sizes and shapes.Unicycling has been very good to me and had I never learned my life would have been much different. The stories I have gathered over the last 30 years could fill volumes.As of this writing I’m 43 years old and have 4 boys of my own, two of which (Daniel and Brian) are already riding.Unicycling is one of the legacies that I’ll be leaving with my family, hopefully, for generations to come. I get excited when I think ahead in time when I’ll be riding with my boys and possibly their children as well in a local parade. One of my aspirations is to someday ride across this great country of ours either by myself or with my boys promoting the sport of Unicycling.Unicycling has been instrumental in making my life something special. I can only hope it does the same for you.

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At what age can a child start to learn to ride the unicycle?

I've been asked this question many times and my answer has always been the same. I don't exactly know.

I say this because, while learning to ride the unicycle is a skill which can be learned, balance itself is a part of child development which doesn't occur at the same age for all children. If a particular child has not developed the degree of balance necessary to ride the unicycle, he will not, in most cases, be able to learn to ride the unicycle at this time.

There are always exceptions and occasionally, a child who has not yet developed a sufficient degree of balance will develop it while trying to learn. In actuality, trying to learn to ride the unicycle may help a child develop the skill sooner than they would naturally.

In my experience with teaching children to ride, most children who try to learn prior to having developed a sufficient degree of balance often become discouraged and frustrated and learning to ride is not an enjoyable experience. The child almost always loses the desire to practice and has to be "forced" to practice. In my opinion it is better to wait 3 - 6 months and try again when the child has developed further. If the child is still not ready wait another 3 - 6 months.

With this having been said, there have been times when I have "forced" children to practice because their lack of desire to practice was due to laziness, or a lack of motivation or discouragement and not due to developmental reasons.

In my experience I have found that age 7 - 8 is a good age for most children to try to learn how to ride. At age 7 or 8 most children have developed the degree of balance necessary to learn to ride. At this age they also understand and can appreciate that if they desire to learn to ride it's going to take some time and practice.


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