900° Unispin?

900° Unispin?

Post by Lutz » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 02:22:38


Loic Baud and Adrien Decleroix landet them a few month ago. Loic was the
first one was far as I know.

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900° Unispin?

Post by Shad » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 02:13:09

Has anyone ever landed one? Is it possible? Or is the maximum (current
and/or ever) 720?

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Post by Shad » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 02:26:26

Quote:

> Loic Baud and Adrien Decleroix landet them a few month ago. Loic was the
> first one was far as I know.

You've got a link or a video?

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Post by pedrotejad » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 02:45:55

Search for a video called Chupitos on Youtube... Loic posted it (his
user is monodu25).

You can also download the video from K1 website!

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Post by beepe » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 03:36:25

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRPmh1H07Hs

3:45

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Post by Shad » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 14:48:39

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> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRPmh1H07Hs

> 3:45

Thx :) That's absolutely incredible :) In the end part you've also got
a 1080, but he doesn't land it :( But wow 900 degrees:) And it's a cool
movie al the way, the rolling hops and stuff..

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Post by Unisykolis » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 17:28:17

Very good but i was hoping that it was on the ground, not off something.

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Post by beepe » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 03:55:54

Quote:

> Thx :) That's absolutely incredible :) In the end part you've also got a
> 1080, but he doesn't land it :( But wow 900 degrees:) And it's a cool
> movie al the way, the rolling hops and stuff..

That was a 900, not a 1080.  He started with the seat backwards, thats
probably what had you fooled.

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Post by peleschram » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 06:16:30

Quote:

> That was a 900, not a 1080.  He started with the seat backwards, thats
> probably what had you fooled.

It was an attempted 1080 actually.

Not to close...

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Post by Shad » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 15:13:51

Quote:

> It was an attempted 1080 actually.

> Not to close...

There was an attempted 900 in the end, and an attempted 1080 :)

The coolest would be if it worked on the ground :) I saw a movie of 720
unispins on the ground followed by a mammoth spin, on the ground. If
someone is able to do that, wouldnt he be able to do a 900 unispin, on
level ground?

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Post by SkierAle » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 16:44:40

Quote:

> There was an attempted 900 in the end, and an attempted 1080 :)

> The coolest would be if it worked on the ground :) I saw a movie of 720
> unispins on the ground followed by a mammoth spin, on the ground. If
> someone is able to do that, wouldnt he be able to do a 900 unispin, on
> level ground?

That was Chris Huriwai you saw. And he should practise 900 unispins
more :p. I reckon he would be able to with a bit of practise, maybe he
already has.

I agree that they would be much kooler on flat ground. I'm sure someone
will get them on flat soon.

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Post by Shad » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 20:42:05

Quote:

> I think it looks 2000 times better not on flat ground. And I dont get
> most people on this forum. If somebody does flat everybody writes big
> street is dying do more big street, if somebody lands a crazy trick not
> on flat everybody says that it is ok but it would be realy awsome if he
> lands it on flat.

It's not taht its cooler on flat ground, maybe I said that, but I
mostly mean, it's harder, you need more experience to do it on flat
ground, you have to jump higher, twist faster etc. So it's harder, wich
makes it cooler to me, but off something is cooler to the public.

Look at a kickup mount. I think it isn't cool at all, beacause it's
easy, but it gives an enormous WOW-effect in the non-unicycling public
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Post by Lutz » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 20:27:16

I think it looks 2000 times better not on flat ground. And I dont get
most people on this forum. If somebody does flat everybody writes big
street is dying do more big street, if somebody lands a crazy trick not
on flat everybody says that it is ok but it would be realy awsome if he
lands it on flat.

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Post by pedrotejad » Fri, 03 Oct 2008 01:26:28

Quote:

> I think it looks 2000 times better not on flat ground. And I dont get
> most people on this forum. If somebody does flat everybody writes big
> street is dying do more big street, if somebody lands a crazy trick not
> on flat everybody says that it is ok but it would be realy awsome if he
> lands it on flat.

I think that a 900 in flat would be more impressive than in the way
that Loic and Adrien landed. But it would be WAY COOLER if he could land
it rolling down a box...

Tha static trick don't look that good...

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Post by Shad » Fri, 03 Oct 2008 02:06:14

Quote:

> I think that a 900 in flat would be more impressive than in the way that
> Loic and Adrien landed. But it would be WAY COOLER if he could land it
> rolling down a box...

> Tha static trick don't look that good...

Down a box? How do you mean?

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