NYC Unicycle Festival

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Time Out says

Prepare for some one-wheel madness! the NYC Unicycle Festival is spreading out all over the city with long rides and lots of adventure.

For far too long people have looked down upon the unicycle, ridiculing riders for how silly they look perched up high above a single wheel. It's time that one-wheel lovers unite and take over the streets of New York! That's just what the NYC Unicycle Festival is planning to do. There's going to be a day in the Bronx to honor the borough’s own unicycle legends, the King Charles Troupe on September 4. Escorted group rides will also happen in Manhattan on September 2, Brooklyn on September 3 and an afternoon of festivities will take place at Grant’s Tomb on September 5. UniFest has something for everyone, from long-time unicycle enthusiasts to first-time thrill-seekers; and from unicycle basketball to scavenger hunts. It’s fun, it’s free and all ages and abilities are welcome to attend.

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Event website: http://nycunifest.com
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