The Unicyclopedia/Rolling trials

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Rolling trials (or RT) is a yet another more recent form of unicycling. It works like normal trials in many ways, the unicyclist tries to navigate a course without stepping off the unicycle or touching the ground. The main difference between rolling trials and normal trials is that in rolling trials, you cannot hop. You are only allowed to roll along the course. This presents a new type of challange and also allows people who are not interested in learning how to hop with a chance to do trials, although hopping is, for most people, easier to learn than riding itself. It does, however, take a certain type of skill. See example courses for examples.

Example courses[edit | edit source]

Ray's MTB