About

The A.C.T. Unicycle Riders Society

Introduction

The A.C.T. Unicycle Riders Society is a unicycling club in Canberra, Australia.

Beginners and interstate/international riders are always welcome.

Activities

Come along to our training sessions and you can learn to ride, improve your unicycling skills and practice unicycle hockey.

ACT Unicycling is a small, not-for-profit club that welcomes all levels and types of unicyclists, from absolute beginners to highly skilled hot-shots, as well as anyone who just wants to have a go.

We are a sociable group of riders aged between six and seventy years old: age matters less in unicycling. A number of parents and children ride together as a family. Children are expected to bring along an adult who also wants to learn to ride.

 

If you are interested in having a go, do come along and join in. We can offer support to make learning easier and avoid common riding ‘challenges’.

We usually bring a couple of spare wheels to our sessions. If you don’t have a wheel of your own, call us before coming so we can check if we have a unicycle for you to borrow for the session.

Your first session is free. After that, fees are priced to cover the shared costs of hall hire and insurance. For convenience we ask riders to pay at the start of each school term.

Information about our latest news and events can be found here.

Training Sessions

The club has general training sessions at Campbell High School gym on most Tuesday evenings from 7pm and unicycle hockey training sessions on most Sunday afternoons at Tuggeranong Archery Club.

Changes do happen occasionally, and details of these and other club events can be found here.