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Ever seen someone whiz by on campus on a unicycle? Collin Hoeft, one of the managers of the unicycling club and a junior studying art, was probably that person.
“Unicycling feels incredibly liberating,” Hoeft said. “It’s almost like you’re just gliding across the way. When you put your arms out, you feel like you’re flying. That’s something you can’t experience with a bike, that rush, that speed. With a unicycle, you feel more open and free. That’s the feeling I love about unicycling. It’s just good fun.”
Hoeft received his first unicycle when he was 14. He was intrigued by a man in the Cirque Du Soleil who unicycled and juggled at the same time. He asked for a unicycle then and has been riding ever since.
He will take over the unicycling club when the other manager leaves for her mission. He invites beginners and enthusiasts alike to come to join the club and learn how to ride and have a good time.
The club meets in the circle courtyard in between the Manwaring Center and the David O. McKay Library every Saturday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
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