The potential for millions of YouTube views either gives people superhuman abilities, superhuman courage, or superhuman stupidity. One of those three might explain why Flaviu Cernescu climbed to the top of this 840-feet tall abandoned chimney, hopped onto a unicycle, and rode around what appears to be a crumbling…
So this is how Peter Jackson's going to pad out The Hobbit into three full movies? I'm not sure I approve, but I will certainly admit it's a bold move.
Given it has three wheels I know it's technically wrong to call this thing a unicycle. But instead of being positioned as a tricycle for adults, the Cycocycle was designed as an extra stable unicycle that anyone can ride.
The folks at Inner City Bikes put a fixie and a unicycle into a dark, sexy room, played some light jazz and let nature happen. Out popped this minimalist, chain-less bike. Practical? We'll see, but she's certainly a looker.
As long as your feet are cloaked in skates, the FlyRad unicycle can then be used to drag you along at up to 40km/hr. You can even sit on it, or stand—it's a plethora of silly transportation options!
This man can do things with a unicycle that you would never have dreamed of. And not just because you don't dream of unicycles on general principle. It's because Max Schulze can uni-shred.