Friday, March 5, 2010


Idling is the skill of expending a tremendous amount of energy and going nowhere. It may sound illogical, but then again if you've advanced this far in unicycling, your logical thought processing is already in question. Idling is useful if you're riding amongst lots of pedestrians, waiting for a light to change before crossing a street, or simply juggling knives or flaming torching atop a unicycle. Idling is also a useful, if not necessary, skill to learn before learning to ride backwards (more on that in the next section).

In this first tutorial Megan Rouch explains the basics of idling:

More from Megan Rouch on idling:

Here's Kevin Foster's all-in-one idling tutorial:

You can learn to idle one-footed, too, as explained here by Kevin Foster:

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