Just FYI, the Jamboree resulted in me acquiring a unicycle and I’m quickly becoming semi-proficient in using it. Was practicing going along a school courtyard fence, then between basketball hoops, then around the courtyard randomly (still have some ways to go, but got the basics semi-down)
@Pierce: I’ve got a uni in my basement that’s been gathering dust for years…your example is inspiring me to think about cleaning it off and actually learn to ride it.
@salty: The best advice I can give is to try lots of models. Ignore most of the online advice; it’s not necessarily wrong, but it’s also not necessarily going to apply to you. There’s just too much variation in the ergonomic factors in the recumbent world to reliably determine what you need without some seat time.
Collective: Hassle. As in: A hassle of recumbulators steadily rolled past the pedestrians discussing the presumed trajectory of a partially gesticulated jelly bean, considering variations in relative humidity, temperature and lattitude.