Race Report: 2018 World Unicycling Championships

Mental review and reflection is, in my opinion, the best way to learn and grow as a person. It’s how we can identify our weaknesses and work on them until they become strengths. In light of this, I made a review of my competition goals and performance at Unicon19—the World Unicycling Convention and Championships held in Ansan, South Korea. In the interests of open communication and transparency (and in case it might be interesting to you), I’m publishing that review here. Enjoy! Continue reading “Race Report: 2018 World Unicycling Championships”

Learning about my uni…and myself

I don’t know how I let time slip by. Months have passed since I was officially announced as a member of the Kris Holm factory team, yet I haven’t made a single comment about it here. Unacceptable! Am I a team member, or not!? I need to give back to the community more, so it’s finally time to get back to writing about my unicycling adventures. But before I do…today I took my new Kris Holm muni out for its first spin. Let me tell you that story. Continue reading “Learning about my uni…and myself”

Mountain Unicycling in Imlil, Morocco

Even though I grew up in Alaska, I find Danish winters difficult. It’s not the cold or the rain or the wind that gets me – it’s the lack of sun. After a few weeks of constant cloud cover, I am often depressed and de-energized. So, for 2018, I decided to take a winter vacation in Morocco and bring my mountain unicycle. My first stop: the village of Imlil in the High Atlas Mountains. Continue reading “Mountain Unicycling in Imlil, Morocco”

Uni-Packing in Iceland: Day 6

I almost didn’t finish the route on Day 6. I woke at Þórsmörk tired and sore, with aching toes and crotch, not feeling up to hiking almost all of the 25 km and 1000 m that separated me and Skógar. But as I ate breakfast, resigned to an unplanned rest day, the clouds lifted and the sun shone on the Fimmvörðuháls pass. On a whim, I decided to do it. “Þetta reddast”, I giggled softly to myself. Continue reading “Uni-Packing in Iceland: Day 6”