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Renowned Series presents the Best of Unicycling 2017!

Thanks to all the riders and their sponsors.

Music is Take you down by Daniel Pemberton from the soundtrack of The Man from U.N.C.L.E..

Editing is by Emile Mathieu as per usual.


UniWeekend2016 - Street/Flatland Unicycling

Here is the unofficial riding from NZUniWeekend 2016!

Chris Huriwai
Sam La Hood
Jack Purcell
Samuel Tzikoucos
Dean toms
Lewis de Jong

Filmed at skateparks throughout Auckland

STOMP Muni Fest 2019 ft. Ryan Kremsater Mountain Unicycling

I'd like to thank Wendell Rotenberry and Geoff Wymer for all of their time and effort put into planning and hosting STOMP Muni Fest. I have a special thank you to Ryan Kremsater for traveling from BC, Canada to shred trail with us. And a big thank you goes to Paul Hartman for bringing a moving van full of his unicycle creations and for coordinating the races. We'd like to give a final thank you to our sponsors listed below:
Oak Mountain State Park
BUMP - Birmingham Urban Mountain Pedalers
Cahaba Cycles
Bike Link

October 11-13 2019 was the seventh annual STOMP Muni Fest. We have averaged over 25 participants every year. “STOMP” stands for Southern Trails of Oak Mountain Park.
Located just 15 minutes south of Birmingham, Alabama, Oak Mountain State Park is well known throughout the South Eastern US for its exhilarating mountain bike trails over 25 miles in total length. And at STOMP Muni Fest YOU will share in the thrill of mountain unicycling on these awesome trails! Also enjoy lots of fun and activities between rides at our camp site.

For more info on STOMP visit our website:

This year we're very honored to have Kris Holm team rider Ryan Kremsater join us!

Watch more videos of Ryan here:

Forest Flow Extreme Unicycling - 2017

Epic wood work snaking through the forests of the Pacific NorthWest!

Extreme Mountain Unicycling

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Stephanie Dietze and Lutz Eichholz unicycling down a 3011m high mountain in the dolomites. Every meter off the descent challenged the athletes to there limits and mistakes where often not allowed to be sure not to fall down big cliffs or slopes.

Thanks to adidas outdoor, planet-talk and for helping to make this project possible.


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Unicycle Top 10's - Easiest Tricks

Basic tricks video with Chris Huriwai talking about his top 10 recommended easy tricks for beginners to learn.

If you have suggestions for content, leave a comment!

Filming: Sam La Hood
Editing: Chris/Sam


*1:25 is Paweł Matys, sorry for the misspell!

Renowned Series - Best of Unicycling 2018

The best unicycle tricks and riding you'll see. All the clips are from 2018. Thanks to all the riders and their sponsors.

Editing: Emile Mathieu
Music: Tyler Bates & Joel J. Richard

How to ride a unicycle - 10 tips

Growing up, my sister had a unicycle. She didn't know how to ride it and neither did I. As far as we knew, it was completely impossible to ride. Fast forward about 20 years, and i now know how to ride a unicycle. I learned in about an hour. Maybe I’m more coordinated now, or maybe I have an easier time wrapping my head around the concept. Maybe I just have a longer attention span. Whatever the reason, I only learned to ride recently, so the learning process is still fresh in my mind. Here are the ten key things that I learned.

First of all, forget free mounting. That's when you try to start riding without holding on to something. This is for after you learn how to balance on a unicycle, so save it for later. Wasting your time on free mounting before you can ride will only hold you back.

Second, forget about idling. That's when you kinda rock back and forth to stand in place. I still haven't learned how to do this, but I couldn’t imagine it being the first thing I learned. Riding forwards and staying up will be your first goal.

Third, adjust the seat at a medium height, not all the way up like you would on a bike. This will allow you to move around a bit and keep your balance. It’ll also be a little easier on your—parts.

Fourth, keep the tires at a medium pressure. Of course you don't want them super mushy, but you also don't want them rock solid like a road bike. This delays the movements of the unicycle slightly and makes it easier to balance on.

Fifth, find a wide open area with something to hold on to. This hockey rink is where I learned to stay up, as there's plenty of space and a barrier for support. The space must be sufficiently large because you’re going to be going all over the place once you learn to stay up.

Sixth, scoot along a fence or wall, holding on. This helps you get comfortable sitting on the unicycle and pealing. As you scoot along, try to direct yourself away from the wall and attempt to stay up. This is something you’ll need to do repeatedly to finally learn.

Seventh, keep your eyes straight ahead. You'll have a natural tendency to look down, but that'll only make you fall down instantly. Imagine how disorienting it would be to run while looking straight down. Runners look straight ahead and so do unicyclists.

Number 8: Flail your arms around to keep your balance. Someone told me this in the comments of a video and I thought they were kidding. Your arms will be key in keeping your balance when you first start out, and as dumb as it looks, it works. As you get more comfortable you can ride along with your hands at your side, but this might take a little time.

Number 9: Lean forwards. The unicycle should be tilted in the direction you want to ride. By pedaling forwards you keep the unicycle from falling over. This takes some commitment at first, and maybe even some time to wrap your head around, but it’s the key to actually making some distance. If you throw your weight too far forwards you can always just step off on to the ground. It’s when you don’t lean forwards that you end up falling off the back and getting hurt.

Number 10: Hold your back straight. If you’re flopping around everywhere, you’re not going to be able to hold your balance. This is one of the reasons unicycling is such a good core workout. Your torso is your center of gravity, which your arms, legs, and unicycle will move around to stay balanced.

Now that you know these ten tips, you should be up and riding within an hour or two. If you practice for a while and get nowhere, put it down and try again the next day. Riding a unicycle is a matter of learning to stay up through trial and error, and then doing it enough times to burn it into your brain. Just like riding a bike, you’ll never forget how.

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Extreme Unicycling

Imagine shredding down some of the world’s most dangerous peaks—all on one wheel. Lutz Eichholz is a professional mountain unicyclist taking the unicycle to places it’s never been. His passion for downhill riding has taken him around the world, taking on mountains across five continents. For Eichholz, there’s nothing quite as spectacular as seeing the world from the seat of a unicycle.


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Beginner Unicycling - UNIQUEST - Level 1

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★Welcome to Uniquest! This is the introduction level, if you've never tried unicycling before, you've found the right video. This will be the ultimate unicycle tutorial series! Chris Huriwai will be breaking down the stages of learning to ride and individual unicycle tricks, going as in-depth as possible!

★Leave your feedback below, share your stories about how you've learnt to ride, share your tips and help support each other.

★We're aiming for a new episode every two weeks! So, challenge yourself, with every new video you'll have 2 weeks to prepare for the next one!

★Previous episodes/full beginner playlist:


Sedona Mountain Unicycling

A few friends got together to have a day of fun on unicycles in Sedona Arizona

26 Nimbus Hatchet Unicycle (Unboxing)

Let’s have a look at the new (as of 03/07/17) 26 Nimbus Hatchet Unicycle. We have a look at everything you get in the box, plus all the improvements this latest version has. #nimbusunicycles

Shot and edited by Edd Hawkes.

Best of Unicycling - zMikeTaylor

Old, unused and new clips in a tidy compilation for viewing pleasure. Selected clips from my Instagram, Facebook and my personal collection. Enjoy!

Track: Anikdote - Turn It Up [NCS Release]
Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.
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36 Street & Downhill Unicycling !!!

Footage ist from 2018 but who cares..
Filming: Michael Benkler
Unicycle: 36 QX Q-Axle

Beginner Unicycling - UNIQUEST - Level 4

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Chris Huriwai breaks down the stages of learning to ride and individual unicycle tricks, going as indepth as possible!

★Level 4:
Ride in a circle
Rolling bunny hop
Riding one footer
Jump mount

★Full beginner playlist:

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Unicycle science - Why so many wheel sizes?

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The unicycle is a pretty simple device: a seat, some pedals, a crank, and a wheel. You wouldn't really think that the idea of gears plays a role in unicycles. In reality the combination of the wheel size and crank size creates a gear. In unicycling they call this concept the total gear ratio. We wanted to discuss this concept, and introduce you to how different wheel sizes actually change what you're able to do on a unicycle.

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Swinging on the Rocks | Mountain Unicycling

Navigating big rocks on a unicycle feels a little bit like dancing. No matter if slow or fast, relaxed or intense, it's all about being there in the moment. I totally enjoyed riding and filming this highly technical trail in Flagstaff, Arizona together with Tamara back in 2017.


Nimbus Nightfox 36 Unicycle Mounts and MUni Ride!

Angled Mount and Jump Mount onto 36 Nightfox
Liz Wilson... Muni Rider
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Rockville Hills MUNI [CRZY Mountain Unicycling]

Mountain unicycling in Rockville Hills park outside Vacaville, California. If you like my videos, subscribe! It'll encourage me to make more of them. Hey everyone, this is Corbin and I want to say thanks for watching!

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My most used lens -
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Camera mic -

Riders: Corbin Dunn (on the geared V-36), Beau Hoover on the yellow geared 26 muni, Josh Tulberg from Rapid Whale (who also provided GoPro footage, thanks!), Nathan Hoover, John Foss, Bevan, Colin, Tom Holub, Ashley, Jim Sowers, and someone else that I'm forgetting.

Music: Adventures by A Himitsu

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Modifying my BMX bike to become a unicycle flatland machine!
Super fun!

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