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Lunicycle

Unicycle´s are great fun, but learning to ride one is hard, until now that is. The Lunicycle is also pedal-powered, but with a low center of gravity, close to the ground, making it much easier to ride, and much safer, because the pedals are set lower making it simple to step on and off. The specially-designed leg supports add stability and decrease your learning time; as you lean against the supports, your body balances naturally. A fun, challenging, eco-conscious workout for just about anyone.

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