Revolution One: A Story of Off-Road Unicycling

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Filmmaker Dan Heaton brings a unique look at an activity that many people don’t know exist: Off-road unicycling. This film explores the history of the sport over the past 30, talking to some of its founders. A great feature on one of the first mountain-biking unicyclists who took some of the hardest downhill trails meant for mountain bikers and used a unicycle instead.

The excitement of riding a single wheel on tough terrain is the push for many people to get into the sport. Along with great interviews, you can see some great riding on the strangest areas to take a unicycle.

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