Hometown – Vancouver BC Canada
Age on tour – 33
Number of Years Unicycling – Does living with a unicyclist count?
Reason for touring – I want to go to Mongolia!
Wheres your other wheel? – On the back of my bike
Best thing about my unicycle – It comes with 2 wheels
The thing I’m looking forwards to most on Monguni – checking out the landscape and meeting the people
Hidden talent – I can raise my left eyebrow… all by itself.
Riding food: chocolate, nuts, and chocolate
Favourite superhero: Brew the superdog
How many unicyclists does it take to change a lightbulb? About 60+1. 60 people to hop around on “cool lines” and one person on a bike to get the job done.
Frame – about twice as big and twice as heavy as the average uni out there
Pedals – go round and round
Hub – circular
Spokes – long and thin
Cranks – happens if you don’t sleep long enough
Rim – along the outside of the Grand Canyon
Tyre – spelled “tire” in Canada
Inner Tube – hopefully full of air
Seat – better with bike shorts
Handle – currently using a bilateral model
Seat Post – under the seat
Brakes – thank goodness there’s two