This MS 150 cyclist rode the 150 miles on a unicycle – 8 hours a day including the hills.
Aye, that guy was awesome—crazy cadence, too. I loved all the hand bikes… truly awesome, especially seeing ‘em out on the longer courses. You catch the guy on the fixie?
All the hand bikes were great and I saw two fixies and one Vanilla; also, a ton of bikes that I wanted to help them raise their saddles, switch tires, but ya know, I just rolled with it and everyone seemed to be having a good time. Check the huggacast video [on our ride](http://bikehugger.com/podcast/2007/09/huggacast_episode_seven_ms_150.htm).
I either saw that guy or someone with a simialr unicycle at the Mt Baker hillclimb last weekend. He was at the top, so must have made it up! Not sure about the descent, that seems like a long long leg breaker on a unicycle, but maybe I’m just soft.
I felt totally soft, especially watching the unicyclist climb!
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