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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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Guess we'll have to do with the Iditerad
Idite(fahr)rad, surely?
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Pretty awesome balance!

Handlebars is cheating!

 
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This guy is awesome too:


He even has his own (VERY nice) brand of unicycles!


Now how about a tour de america sur le monocycles? Hehehe...

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