Unicycling communities in the US?

Unicycling communities in the US?

Post by Peter J Bi » Thu, 19 Aug 1999 04:00:00


I have an opportunity to spend November through to March in the States
and I was wondering which areas have large unicycling communities.
Naturally I'd love to spend 3 to 4 months getting to know some new
unicyclists, especially those who I've already had the privelege of
"meeting" via email.

Any suggestions on where to head would be great.  Living in New Zealand
I don't have much of an idea.  Also if you work in the computer science
industry, it would be helpful to have an idea of what job prospects are
like for computer science grads.

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Unicycling communities in the US?

Post by John Fo » Thu, 19 Aug 1999 04:00:00

Quote:
> I have an opportunity to spend November through to March in
> the States
> and I was wondering which areas have large unicycling communities.

The Twin Cities area would be an obvious choice, especially if you
like cold winters! They have indoor practice areas of course.

Quote:
> I don't have much of an idea.  Also if you work in the
> computer science
> industry, it would be helpful to have an idea of what job
> prospects are like for computer science grads.

For a high concentration of computer jobs, Silicon Valley is a good
prospect. It has great trails, local MUni riders, and isn't too far
from Sacramento (my area) either. Also the winter there consists of
rain and temperatures that hardly ever go below freezing. The cost of
living is a bit astronomical though...

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