There's something compelling about riding on a single wheel. It could be the simplicity of equipment, or the challenge, or that you can ride for years and always find something new.
A unicycle is a human-powered, single-track vehicle with one wheel. Unicycles resemble bicycles, but are less complex.Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicycle
Unicycling provides the cycling equivalent of minimalist running: a close connection to the environment you're riding. It turns the world into a playground waiting to be ridden, and these days there's a riding style to fit every age and ability. Keep reading to explore unicycle riding and find your next adventure ...
Unicycling is just as diverse as biking, covering everything from rides around town to remote backcountry trails. Here are the most common types of unicycle riding:
Listen to Kris speak about unicycling at FEAT Canada 2013.
For many people, learning to unicycle gives a huge sense of accomplishment because it feels impossible at first, but with persistence becomes completely doable. Young or old, anyone can learn and it’s easier than most people think. If you’re new to the sport, here are a few tips to get started:
Excerpt from The Essential Guide to Mountain & Trials Unicycling
By Kris Holm / PDF (227KB)