Unicycle bag

Unicycle bag

Post by Fred Grang » Mon, 15 Dec 1997 04:00:00


I have to travel with my 24" uni and my girlfriend, so it would be fine if
I had a bag to put it in.
Do you know where to find one ? Any information about price, availability,
ordering, ...? What do you think of your bag if you use one ?
It would be better if the bag seller was in France/Europe, since I'm french
and that I need it for the 23th of december.

Thank you very much.

Fred

PS : I thought I had read a post about that, but I didn't find it. Sorry
for the inconvenience.

 
 
 

Unicycle bag

Post by John Fos » Mon, 15 Dec 1997 04:00:00

Quote:
>I have to travel with my 24" uni and my girlfriend, so it would be fine if
>I had a bag to put it in.

Don't put your girlfriend in a bag, just the unicycle! Sorry, couldn't
resist. Your English is light years ahead of my French!

Quote:
>Do you know where to find one ? Any information about price, availability,
>ordering, ...? What do you think of your bag if you use one ?
>It would be better if the bag seller was in France/Europe, since I'm french
>and that I need it for the 23th of december.

Possible useful advice for people in a hurry:

1. Jack Halpern method (if he doesn't sell you one of his bags): Pedals
   off, carry it onto the plane unwrapped.

2. Some protection method: Go to army surplus store (or something
   similar) and buy the biggest duffel bag you can get. You can then
   optionally wrap the unicycle in a blanket (pedals off, tire
   deflated to make the airline happy) and toss in lots of other
   stuff!

Have a nice trip,

John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone

http://www.calweb.com/~unifoss/

"Never two tired"

 
 
 

Unicycle bag

Post by Johnstone, Glen » Tue, 16 Dec 1997 04:00:00

Is the bag for the uni or the girlfriend??  If it's for the latter I'd
get one about 6' long with air holes in it!

Cheers

Glenn

Quote:
> ----------

> Reply To:  Fred Grange
> Sent:      Monday, 15 December, 1997 2:35 AM

> Subject:   Unicycle bag

> I have to travel with my 24" uni and my girlfriend, so it would be
> fine if
> I had a bag to put it in.
> Do you know where to find one ? Any information about price,
> availability,
> ordering, ...? What do you think of your bag if you use one ?
> It would be better if the bag seller was in France/Europe, since I'm
> french
> and that I need it for the 23th of december.

> Thank you very much.

> Fred

> PS : I thought I had read a post about that, but I didn't find it.
> Sorry
> for the inconvenience.


 
 
 

Unicycle bag

Post by Jack Halper » Tue, 16 Dec 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
> >I have to travel with my 24" uni and my girlfriend, so it would be fine if
> >I had a bag to put it in.

> Don't put your girlfriend in a bag, just the unicycle! Sorry, couldn't
> resist. Your English is light years ahead of my French!

> >Do you know where to find one ? Any information about price, availability,
> >ordering, ...? What do you think of your bag if you use one ?
> >It would be better if the bag seller was in France/Europe, since I'm french
> >and that I need it for the 23th of december.

> Possible useful advice for people in a hurry:

> 1. Jack Halpern method (if he doesn't sell you one of his bags): Pedals
>    off, carry it onto the plane unwrapped.

Noy *my* bags. JUA bags. I usu. don't remove the pedals, unless they force
me to, which doesn't happen often.

 > 2. Some protection method: Go to army surplus store (or something

Quote:
>    similar) and buy the biggest duffel bag you can get. You can then
>    optionally wrap the unicycle in a blanket (pedals off, tire
>    deflated to make the airline happy) and toss in lots of other
>    stuff!

> Have a nice trip,

> John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone

> http://www.calweb.com/~unifoss/

> "Never two tired"

Regards, Jack Halpern
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