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    No, not me.

    I don't have the talent nor the Jungle Coconut balls to ride one, especially like this.


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    And they're wearing backpacks ... Amazing, but not for me.

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    damn fast az! lol but yeah... someone pointed out this made mtbers look like wimps lmao

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    Lol, mad props to those guys.
    I'm not a vegetarian because I love animals, I just hate vegetables.

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    Re: No, not me.

    Wow

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    That is bad ass.

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    Wow, he definitetly have some balls and talent of course. Not for me either though..

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    That first tumble down the rocks made me hit pause and then rest a cool cloth on my forehead.

    I was passed on a hill by a guy on a unicycle wearing a blazer and eating an apple. Meanwhile, I'm trying to catch my breath and need both hands to hold my water bottle. Sad but true.
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    There is a guy who rides a unicycle at my local bike park but he sticks to the XC trails. And I was impressed.
    This video shows an extreme version, for sure. One good thing is that they are easier to carry than pushing a big DH rig up the mountain
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    There is a guy in WNC who I have seen riding some decent single track on one but nothing like that and I was impressed by the local guy.

    Sadly I'm 99% sure I couldn't do all of that on a bike much less a uni. Though I'd love to try.
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    What i couldnt handle is having to pedal ALL THE TIME, you cant just cruise on those babies, its pedal, pedal, pedal, non stop pedal, apart from not having the skill to ride one, too much pedalling for me....im out.
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    Just watching that made me feel like a girly-man. Definitely wouldn't have the grapes to do it.
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    this just in from the mid 2000's


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    I thnk I bruised my hip just watching that. I could probably do it on a 29er uni.
    It's such a fine line between idiocy and genius.

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    That guy is incredible. I wonder how he gets his feet back on the pedals after going down hill with his feet off of them.
    I'm not a vegetarian because I love animals, I just hate vegetables.

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    I can ride a unicycle, but I still can't figure out how you would prevent serious testicular damage if you ride one off road. I know that they run the seat lower and use their legs to absorb shock, but at some point you are going to come down hard on the saddle and it's gonna hurt bad. Probably hurts even if you are female...

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