KNYGA – Standard Skills

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Standard Skill Scores

Abbreviations Used In This List

Riding Skills

1.a) riding1.0
b) riding - c1.2
c) riding - 8 1.5
2.a) riding bwd 3.0
b) riding bwd - c 3.4
c) riding bwd - 83.8
3.a) seat in front, seat against body 2.0
b) seat in front2.3
c) seat in front - c2.5
d) seat in front - 8 2.7
e) seat in front frh 3.1
f) seat in front frh - c 3.3
g) seat in front frh - 8 3.6
4.a) seat in front bwd, against body3.5
b) seat in front bwd3.7
c) seat in front bwd - c 3.9
d) seat in front bwd - 84.1
e) seat in front bwd frh3.9
f) seat in front bwd frh - c4.1
5.a) seat in back, seat against body2.3
b) seat in back 2.5
c) seat in back - c 2.7
d) seat in back - 83.0
6.a) seat in back bwd, against body 3.5
b) seat in back bwd3.9
c) seat in back bwd - c4.2
d) seat in back bwd - 8 4.5
7.a) seat on side, against body3.0
b) seat on side, against body - c2.8
c) seat on side3.7
d) seat on side - c 3.5
8.a) seat on side bwd, against body 3.8
b) seat on side bwd 4.1
c) seat on side bwd - c 4.3
9.a) stomach on seat, 1 hand on seat 2.0
b) stomach on seat2.1
c) stomach on seat - c2.3
d) stomach on seat - 82.6
10.a) stomach on seat bwd 3.8
b) stomach on seat bwd - c 4.0
c) stomach on seat bwd - 8 4.3
11.a) chin on seat, 1 hand on seat 3.8
b) chin on seat 4.0
c) chin on seat - c 4.1
d) chin on seat - 8 4.4
12.a) chin on seat bwd, 1 hand on seat4.7
b) chin on seat bwd4.9
c) chin on seat bwd - c5.1
d) chin on seat bwd - 8 5.4
13.a) 1 foot3.0
b) 1ft - c3.2
c) 1ft - 8 3.6
d) 1ft ext3.2
e) 1ft ext - c3.4
f) 1ft ext - 83.7
g) 1ft crossed3.4
h) 1ft crossed - c3.6
i) 1ft crossed - 83.9
14.a) 1ft bwd4.1
b) 1ft bwd - c 4.3
c) 1ft bwd - 84.6
d) 1ft ext bwd 4.3
e) 1ft ext bwd - c 4.5
f) 1ft ext bwd - 8 4.8
15.a) 1ft seat in front, against body 3.8
b) 1ft seat in front4.5
c) 1ft seat in front - c4.7
d) 1ft seat in front - 8 5.0
e) 1ft ext, seat in fr against body4.0
f) 1ft ext, seat in fr against body - c4.2
16.a) 1ft seat in front against body bwd4.7
b) 1ft seat in front bwd5.1
c) 1ft seat in front bwd - c 5.3
17.a) seat on side, 1ft, against body3.8
b) seat on side, 1ft 4.6
c) seat on side, 1ft - c 4.2
d) seat on side, 1ft - 84.9
18.a) seat on side, 1ft bwd, against body 4.4
b) seat on side, 1ft bwd 4.8
c) seat on side, 1ft bwd - c 5.0
19.a) side saddle, hand touching seat3.5
b) side saddle, hand touching seat - c3.3
c) side saddle frh3.9
d) side saddle frh - c 3.7
e) side saddle frh - 84.2
20.a) wheel walk 3.5
b) ww - c 3.7
c) ww - 8 4.0
21.a) ww bwd4.2
b) ww bwd - c4.4
22.a) ww frame between feet 4.0
b) ww frame between feet - c 4.2
23.a) ww frame between feet bwd4.3
b) ww frame between feet bwd - c4.5
24.a) ww bwd, feet behind frame4.8
b) ww bwd, feet behind frame - c5.0
25.a) spoke walk bwd4.8
b) spoke walk bwd - c 5.0
26.a) ww 1ft 3.7
b) ww 1ft - c 3.9
c) ww 1ft - 8 4.2
d) ww 1ft ext 4.1
e) ww 1ft ext - c 4.3
f) ww 1ft ext - 8 4.6
27.a) ww bwd 1ft5.4
b) ww bwd 1ft - c5.6
c) ww bwd 1ft ext5.8
d) ww bwd 1ft ext - c6.0
28.a) koosh koosh 3.9
b) koosh koosh - c 4.1
c) ww bwd 1ft behind frame5.0
d) ww bwd 1ft behind frame - c5.2
29.a) gliding 4.0
b) gliding - c 4.2
c) gliding, leg ext 4.2
d) gliding, leg ext - c4.4
30.a) gliding bwd foot behind frame5.5
b) gliding bwd foot behind frame - c 5.9
31.a) hand wheel walk 4.3
b) hand wheel walk - c 4.5
c) hand wheel walk feet out 5.0
d) hand wheel walk feet out - c 5.2
32.a) one hand wheel walk 4.7
b) one hand wheel walk - c 4.9
c) one hand wheel walk feet out 5.4
d) one hand wheel walk feet out - c 5.6
33.a) hand ww, stomach on seat4.3
b) hand ww, stomach on seat - c4.5
34.a) one hand ww, stomach on seat4.7
b) one hand ww, stomach on seat - c4.9
35.a) drag seat in front3.9
b) drag seat in front - c 4.1
c) drag seat in front - 8 4.4
36.a) drag seat in back 4.0
b) drag seat in back - c 4.2
c) drag seat in back - 84.5
37.a) drag seat in front bwd6.4
b) drag seat in front bwd - c 6.6
c) drag seat in front bwd - 86.9
38.a) side ride 5.2
b) side ride - c 5.0
c) side ride - 85.6
d) side ride, one hand 5.6
e) side ride, one hand - c 5.4
f) side ride, one hand - 85.9
39.a) coasting, leg ext5.5
b) coasting, leg ext - c5.9
c) coasting, leg ext - 8 6.4
40.a) coasting, foot in 5.5
b) coasting, foot in - c 5.9
c) coasting, foot in - 8 6.4
41.a) coasting backward, leg ext 6.6
b) coasting backward, leg ext - c 6.7
c) coasting backward, leg ext - 87.0
42.a) coasting backward, foot in6.5
b) coasting backward, foot in - c6.8
c) coasting backward, foot in - 8 7.1
43.a) sideways ww5.4
b) sideways ww - c5.6
44.a) sideways ww, 1ft5.6
b) sideways ww, 1ft - c5.8
c) sideways ww, 1ft on seat5.8
45.a) cross over4.7
b) cross over - c 4.5
c) cross over - 85.0
46.a) stand up ww 1ft 5.0
b) stand up ww 1ft - c 5.2
47.a) stand up glide 5.7
b) stand up glide - c 5.9
48.a) stand up coast 6.7
b) stand up coast - c 6.9
c) stand up coast - 87.2

Stationary Skills

100.a) idling 2.2
b) idling 1ft 2.4
c) idling 1ft ext 2.5
d) idling 1ft crossed 2.5
101.a) idling seat in front, against body2.7
b) idling seat in front 2.9
c) idling 1ft seat in fr, against bdy3.2
d) idling 1ft seat in front 3.5
e) idling 1ft seat in fr ext, agnst bdy3.5
f) idling seat in back, against body 3.0
g) idling seat in back3.2
102.a) idling seat on side, touching body 2.8
b) idling seat on side3.1
103.a) crank idle, seat against body3.5
b) crank idle freehand, against body 3.6
c) crank idle 4.0
104.a) stillstand 3.8
105.a) twisting 2.8
106.a) touch the floor2.5
b) touch the floor with both hands 3.5
107.a) touch the floor, seat in front3.2
108.a) bounce seat3.4
109.a) touch seat on floor3.8
110.a) hopping2.4
b) hopping frh2.6
111.a) hopping seat in front, against bdy2.8
b) hopping seat in front 3.0
c) hopping seat in back, against bdy 3.2
d) hopping seat in back3.4
112.a) hoptwisting3.3
113.a) hoptwist 90° 2.7
b) hoptwist 180° 3.2
c) hoptwist 360° 4.5
d) hoptwist freehand 90°3.0
e) hoptwist frh 180°3.5
f) hoptwist frh 360°5.0
114.a) riding hoptwist 1803.4
b) riding hoptwist 3604.5
c) riding hoptwist freehand 180 4.0
d) riding hoptwist freehand 360 5.0
115.a) hop over2.9
b) sideways hop over2.8
c) hop over, seat in front3.7
d) sideways hop over, seat in front 3.8
116.a) side hopping 4.0
b) side hopping, foot touching tire3.5
117.a) hopping on wheel 3.0
118.a) hoptwist on wheel 90°3.3
b) hoptwist on wheel 180°3.6
119.a) hopping on wheel frh 4.2
120.a) hoptwist on wheel frh 90° 4.5
b) hoptwist on wheel frh 180° 4.8
121.a) riding spin 3.3
122.a) bwd riding spin3.7
123.a) spin 3.5
b) spin 1ft 3.7
c) spin 1ft ext 3.9
124.a) backward spin4.0
b) backward spin 1 ft 4.3
c) backward spin 1 ft ext4.7
125.a) spin seat in front, against body3.7
b) spin seat in front 3.9
126.a) spin seat in back, against body 3.8
b) spin seat in back4.1
127.a) spin seat on side, against body 3.6
b) spin seat on side 4.0
128.a) pirouette 4.0
129.a) backward pirouette 4.5
130.a) pirouette seat in front, against bdy 4.1
b) pirouette seat in front4.4
131.a) pirouette seat in back, against bdy4.2
b) pirouette seat in back 4.5

Transitions

150.a) riding to seat in front1.5
151.a) seat in front to riding1.7
152.a) riding to seat in back 1.6
153.a) seat in back to riding 1.9
154.a) ww to pedals3.2
b) ww to riding 1ft 3.4
c) gliding to pedals 3.5
d) gliding to riding 1ft 3.7
155.a) leg around 3.4
b) leg around twice 4.2
156.a) leg around reverse 3.5
b) leg around twice reverse 4.4
157.a) backspin 2.7
158.a) front spin3.3
159.a) pick up seat in front 4.0
b) pick up seat in front with toe4.7
c) pick up seat in front free foot4.4
160.a) pick up seat in back4.2
b) pick up seat in back with heel4.2
c) pick up seat in back free foot 5.0
161.a) pedals to hopping on wheel3.1
b) pedals 270° to hopping on wheel 4.2
c) pedals 450° to hopping on wheel 5.8
d) pedals to sideways ww3.4
e) pedals 270° to sideways ww4.7
f) pedals 450° to sideways ww6.0
162.a) hopping on wheel to pedals3.7
b) hopping on wheel 270° to pedals 4.4
c) hopping on wheel 450° to pedals 6.0
d) sideways ww to pedals 3.3
e) sideways ww 270° to pedals6.0
163.a) pedals to hopping on wheel frh3.7
164.a) hopping on wheel frh to pedals4.2
165.a) seat in front to side ride 5.1
166.a) side ride to seat in front 5.3
167.a) side ride to hopping on wheel5.5
b) side ride to sideways ww5.8
168.a) step around5.0
b) inverse5.2
169.a) 180° uni spin4.6
b) 360° uni spin5.3
c) 540° uni spin6.0
d) 720° uni spin7.0
e) 180° uni spin to seat in front4.6
f) 360° uni spin to seat in front5.6
g) 540° uni spin to seat in front6.6
h) 180° uni spin to idling 1ft 4.8
i) 360° uni spin to idling 1ft 5.5
j) 540° uni spin to idling 1ft 6.2
k) 180° uni spin to idling 1ft seat in fr4.9
l) 360° uni spin to idling 1ft seat in fr5.7
170.a) 180° uni spin to ww4.9
b) 360° uni spin to ww5.6
c) 180° uni spin to ww 1ft5.1
d) 360° uni spin to ww 1ft5.8
171.a) 180° uni spin to hopping on whl frh 5.5
b) 360° uni spin to hopping on whl frh 6.2
172.a) 180° uni spin on wheel 4.4
b) 360° uni spin on wheel 5.1

Mounts

200.a) mount1.3
b) mount to idle 1.5
c) mount to 1ft idle2.0
d) mount to 1 ft ext idle 2.5
201.a) rolling mount1.8
b) rolling mount to 1ft2.5
c) rolling mount to 1ft ext 2.7
d) rolling mount to gliding3.4
e) rolling mount to coasting4.0
202.a) back mount1.9
b) back mount to idle 2.1
c) back mount to 1ft idle 2.6
d) back mount to 1ft idle ext 3.1
203.a) side mount1.8
b) side mount leg around3.4
c) side mount leg around twice4.9
d) floor mount 2.5
e) floor mount leg around 4.1
204.a) side mount reverse1.8
b) side mount reverse leg around3.4
c) side mount rev leg around twice4.9
d) floor mount reverse 2.5
e) floor mount reverse leg around 4.1
205.a) jump mount 2.2
b) free jump mount 2.7
c) jump mount to seat in front2.5
d) jump mount to seat in back 2.7
e) jump mount to ww 2.9
f) jump mount from on wheel2.9
g) 180° uni spin jump mount2.6
h) 360° uni spin jump mount2.7
i) turn around jump mount 3.0
206.a) side jump mount 2.5
b) free side jump mount3.0
c) side jump mount to ww3.2
d) side jump mount to ww 1 ft3.4
e) side jump mount to ww 1 ft ext 3.6
f) 180 uni spin side jump mount3.8
g) 360 uni spin side jump mount5.2
207.a) spin mount 360° 2.4
b) spin mount 720° 3.4
208.a) kick up mount, 1 hand on seat 2.8
b) kick up mount 3.0
c) kick up mount to ww3.2
d) kick up mount to ww 1ft 3.4
e) kick up mount to ww 1ft ext 3.6
209.a) pick up mount 3.2
210.a) swing up mount 3.4
211.a) push up mount3.8

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Standard Skill Descriptions

Riding Skills

1.a) riding1.0
b) riding - c1.2
c) riding - 8 1.5
Riding (sitting on seat, facing forward)
2.a) riding bwd 3.0
b) riding bwd - c 3.4
c) riding bwd - 83.8
Riding backward
3.a) seat in front, seat against body 2.0
b) seat in front2.3
c) seat in front - c2.5
d) seat in front - 8 2.7
e) seat in front frh 3.1
f) seat in front frh - c 3.3
g) seat in front frh - 8 3.6
Riding with seat held in front of the rider. In a) the seat or hand holding the seat may rest against the rider. In e), f), and g) neither hand touches the seat and the seat post is held between the rider's legs.
4.a) seat in front bwd, against body3.5
b) seat in front bwd3.7
c) seat in front bwd - c 3.9
d) seat in front bwd - 84.1
e) seat in front bwd frh3.9
f) seat in front bwd frh - c4.1
Riding backward with seat held out in front of the rider. In a) the seat or handholding the seat may rest against the rider. In e) and f) neither hand touches the seat and the seat post is held between the rider's legs.
5.a) seat in back, seat against body2.3
b) seat in back 2.5
c) seat in back - c 2.7
d) seat in back - 83.0
Riding with the seat held out behind the rider. In a) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
6.a) seat in back bwd, against body 3.5
b) seat in back bwd3.9
c) seat in back bwd - c4.2
d) seat in back bwd - 8 4.5
Riding backward with the seat held out behind the rider. In a) the seat or the handholding the seat may rest against the rider.
7.a) seat on side, against body3.0
b) seat on side, against body - c2.8
c) seat on side3.7
d) seat on side - c 3.5
Riding with the seat held out to the side of the rider. In a) and b) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
8.a) seat on side bwd, against body 3.8
b) seat on side bwd 4.1
c) seat on side bwd - c 4.3
Riding backward with the seat held out to the side of the rider. In a) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
9.a) stomach on seat, 1 hand on seat 2.0
b) stomach on seat2.1
c) stomach on seat - c2.3
d) stomach on seat - 82.6
Riding with the abdomen on the seat, freehanded. In a) one hand holds onto the seat.
10.a) stomach on seat bwd 3.8
b) stomach on seat bwd - c 4.0
c) stomach on seat bwd - 8 4.3
Riding backward with the abdomen on the seat, hands free.
11.a) chin on seat, 1 hand on seat 3.8
b) chin on seat 4.0
c) chin on seat - c 4.1
d) chin on seat - 8 4.4
Riding with no part of the body other than the chin touching the back of the seat, freehanded. In a) one hand may touch the seat.
12.a) chin on seat bwd, 1 hand on seat4.7
b) chin on seat bwd4.9
c) chin on seat bwd - c5.1
d) chin on seat bwd - 8 5.4
Riding backward with no part of the body other than the chin touching the back of the seat, freehanded. In a) one hand may touch the seat.
13.a) 1 foot3.0
b) 1ft - c3.2
c) 1ft - 8 3.6
d) 1ft ext3.2
e) 1ft ext - c3.4
f) 1ft ext - 83.7
g) 1ft crossed3.4
h) 1ft crossed - c3.6
i) 1ft crossed - 83.9
Riding with one foot on pedal. In d), e) and f) the free leg is extended. In g), h) and i) the free leg is crossed over the pedaling leg.
14.a) 1ft bwd4.1
b) 1ft bwd - c 4.3
c) 1ft bwd - 84.6
d) 1ft ext bwd 4.3
e) 1ft ext bwd - c 4.5
f) 1ft ext bwd - 8 4.8
Riding backward with one foot on pedal. In d), e) and f) the free leg is extended.
15.a) 1ft seat in front, against body 3.8
b) 1ft seat in front4.5
c) 1ft seat in front - c4.7
d) 1ft seat in front - 8 5.0
e) 1ft ext, seat in fr against body4.0
f) 1ft ext, seat in fr against body - c4.2
Riding with the seat held out in front of the rider, one foot on pedal. In a), e), f) and g) the seat or hand holding the seat my rest against the rider. In e) and f) the free leg is extended.
16.a) 1ft seat in front against body bwd4.7
b) 1ft seat in front bwd5.1
c) 1ft seat in front bwd - c 5.3
Riding backward with the seat held out in front of the rider, one foot on pedal. In a) the seat or hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
17.a) seat on side, 1ft, against body3.8
b) seat on side, 1ft 4.6
c) seat on side, 1ft - c 4.2
d) seat on side, 1ft - 84.9
Riding with the seat held out to the side of the rider, one foot on pedal. In a) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
18.a) seat on side, 1ft bwd, against body 4.4
b) seat on side, 1ft bwd 4.8
c) seat on side, 1ft bwd - c 5.0
Riding backward with the seat held out to the side of the rider, one foot on pedal. Ina) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
19.a) side saddle, hand touching seat3.5
b) side saddle, hand touching seat - c3.3
c) side saddle frh3.9
d) side saddle frh - c 3.7
e) side saddle frh - 84.2
Riding 1ft while sitting partially on seat with the free leg resting on the seat or on the same side as the pedaling foot. In a) and b) one hand may touch the seat.
20.a) wheel walk 3.5
b) ww - c 3.7
c) ww - 8 4.0
Propelling the wheel with the feet placed on the wheel in front of the frame.
21.a) ww bwd4.2
b) ww bwd - c4.4
Riding backward by propelling the wheel with the feet placed on the wheel in front of the frame.
22.a) ww frame between feet 4.0
b) ww frame between feet - c 4.2
Riding forward by propelling the wheel with one foot placed on the wheel in front of the frame and the other foot placed on the wheel behind the frame.
23.a) ww frame between feet bwd4.3
b) ww frame between feet bwd - c4.5
Riding backward by propelling the wheel with one foot placed on the wheel in front of the frame and the other foot placed on the wheel behind the frame.
24.a) ww bwd, feet behind frame4.8
b) ww bwd, feet behind frame - c5.0
Riding backward by propelling the wheel with the feet placed on the wheel behind the frame.
25.a) spoke walk bwd4.8
b) spoke walk bwd - c 5.0
Riding backward by propelling the wheel with the feet placed on both sides of the wheel, behind the frame. Feet may contact spokes, rim, or tire.
26.a) ww 1ft 3.7
b) ww 1ft - c 3.9
c) ww 1ft - 8 4.2
d) ww 1ft ext 4.1
e) ww 1ft ext - c 4.3
f) ww 1ft ext - 8 4.6
Walking the wheel using only one foot on the wheel, in front of the frame. In d), e) and f) the free leg is extended.
27.a) ww bwd 1ft5.4
b) ww bwd 1ft - c5.6
c) ww bwd 1ft ext5.8
d) ww bwd 1ft ext - c6.0
Walking the wheel backwards with one foot on the wheel, in front of the frame. In c) and d) the free leg is extended.
28.a) koosh koosh 3.9
b) koosh koosh - c 4.1
c) ww bwd 1ft behind frame5.0
d) ww bwd 1ft behind frame - c5.2
Walking the wheel backward with one foot on the wheel behind the frame. In a) and b) the other foot rests on the frame with the toe being used as a brake to maintain balance.
29.a) gliding 4.0
b) gliding - c 4.2
c) gliding, leg ext 4.2
d) gliding, leg ext - c4.4
Riding with one foot on the wheel and the other foot resting on the frame, maintaining balance only by the braking action of the foot on the wheel. In c), d) the free leg is extended.
30.a) gliding bwd foot behind frame5.5
b) gliding bwd foot behind frame - c 5.9
Riding with one foot on the wheel behind the frame and the other foot resting on the frame, maintaining balance only by the braking action of the foot on the wheel.
31.a) hand wheel walk 4.3
b) hand wheel walk - c 4.5
c) hand wheel walk feet out 5.0
d) hand wheel walk feet out - c 5.2
Riding by propelling the unicycle with the hands on the wheel and with the feet resting on the frame. In c) and d) the legs are extended.
32.a) one hand wheel walk 4.7
b) one hand wheel walk - c 4.9
c) one hand wheel walk feet out 5.4
d) one hand wheel walk feet out - c 5.6
Hand wheel walk with one hand on the wheel. In c) and d) the legs are extended.
33.a) hand ww, stomach on seat4.3
b) hand ww, stomach on seat - c4.5
Hand wheel walk with the abdomen on the seat and the legs extended.
34.a) one hand ww, stomach on seat4.7
b) one hand ww, stomach on seat - c4.9
One hand wheel walk with the abdomen on the seat and the legs extended.
35.a) drag seat in front3.9
b) drag seat in front - c 4.1
c) drag seat in front - 8 4.4
Riding with the seat dragging on the floor, in front of the wheel.
36.a) drag seat in back 4.0
b) drag seat in back - c 4.2
c) drag seat in back - 84.5
Riding with the seat dragging on the floor, behind the wheel.
37.a) drag seat in front bwd6.4
b) drag seat in front bwd - c 6.6
c) drag seat in front bwd - 86.9
Riding backwards with the seat dragging on the floor, in front of the wheel.
38.a) side ride 5.2
b) side ride - c 5.0
c) side ride - 85.6
d) side ride, one hand 5.6
e) side ride, one hand - c 5.4
f) side ride, one hand - 85.9
Riding 1ft, next to the unicycle, with foot on the non-corresponding pedal, holding on to the seat with both hands. The seat or the hands holding the seat may rest against the rider. In d), e) and f) only one hand holds the seat.
39.a) coasting, leg ext5.5
b) coasting, leg ext - c5.9
c) coasting, leg ext - 8 6.4
Riding with one foot resting on the frame and the free foot extended.
40.a) coasting, foot in 5.5
b) coasting, foot in - c 5.9
c) coasting, foot in - 8 6.4
Riding with both feet resting on the frame.
41.a) coasting backward, leg ext 6.6
b) coasting backward, leg ext - c 6.7
c) coasting backward, leg ext - 87.0
Riding backward with one foot resting on the frame and the free foot extended.
42.a) coasting backward, foot in6.5
b) coasting backward, foot in - c6.8
c) coasting backward, foot in - 8 7.1
Riding backward with both feet resting on the frame.
43.a) sideways ww5.4
b) sideways ww - c5.6
Riding sideways, standing on the wheel with one foot in front of the frame and the other behind the frame, holding on to the seat with both hands.
44.a) sideways ww, 1ft5.6
b) sideways ww, 1ft - c5.8
c) sideways ww, 1ft on seat5.8
Riding sideways, standing on the wheel with one foot in front of the frame and the free leg extended, holding on to the seat with both hands. In c) the free leg is placed on the seat.
45.a) cross over4.7
b) cross over - c 4.5
c) cross over - 85.0
Riding one-footed, with the pedaling foot on the non-corresponding pedal. No pedaling foot can be extended, or on the fork.
46.a) stand up ww 1ft 5.0
b) stand up ww 1ft - c 5.2
Standing on the frame walking the wheel using only one foot on the wheel, in front of the frame.
47.a) stand up glide 5.7
b) stand up glide - c 5.9
Standing on the frame with one foot on the wheel, in front of the frame, maintaining balance only by the braking action of the foot on the wheel.
48.a) stand up coast 6.7
b) stand up coast - c 6.9
c) stand up coast - 87.2
Coasting while standing upright with both feet on the frame

Stationary Skills

100.a) idling 2.2
b) idling 1ft 2.4
c) idling 1ft ext 2.5
d) idling 1ft crossed 2.5
Staying in place by moving the wheel forward and backward centered at a vertical crank position. In b) idling with one foot on pedal. In c) idling with one foot on pedal and free foot extended. In d) idling with one foot on pedal and free leg crossed over the pedaling leg.
101.a) idling seat in front, against body2.7
b) idling seat in front 2.9
c) idling 1ft seat in fr, against bdy3.2
d) idling 1ft seat in front 3.5
e) idling 1ft seat in fr ext, agnst bdy3.5
f) idling seat in back, against body 3.0
g) idling seat in back3.2
Staying in place by moving the wheel forward and backward centered at a vertical crank position with the seat held in front of the rider. In a), c) and e) the seat hand holding the seat may rest against the rider. In c) and d) idling with one foot on pedal. In e) idling with one foot on pedal and free foot extended. In f) and g) the seat is held in back of the rider. In f) the seat or hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
102.a) idling seat on side, touching body 2.8
b) idling seat on side3.1
Idling with the seat held out to the side of the rider. In a) the seat may touch the rider's body. In b) the rider shall have no contact with the seat other than one handholding the seat.
103.a) crank idle, seat against body3.5
b) crank idle freehand, against body 3.6
c) crank idle 4.0
Staying in place, on one side of the unicycle, by moving the wheel forward and backward centered at a vertical crank position. One foot is on the pedal while the other foot is resting on top of the crank arm on the same side. In a) the seat or one hand holding the seat may rest against the rider. In b) the seat may rest against the rider but neither hand may touch the seat. In c) the rider shall have no contact with the seat other than one hand holding the seat.
104.a) stillstand 3.8
Staying in place with no wheel movement.
105.a) twisting 2.8
Staying in place twisting the unicycle left and right around a vertical axis.
106.a) touch the floor2.5
b) touch the floor with both hands 3.5
Bending down and touching the floor with one hand while seated or standing on the pedals in the seated position. In b) both hands simultaneously touch the floor.
107.a) touch the floor, seat in front3.2
Bending down and touching the floor with one hand, while holding the seat out in front with the other hand.
108.a) bounce seat3.4
From riding with the seat in front, bouncing the seat on the floor once and catching it back.
109.a) touch seat on floor3.8
Bending down and touching the floor with the seat while holding it out in front of the rider with one hand.
110.a) hopping2.4
b) hopping frh2.6
Bouncing with the unicycle with one hand holding on to the seat. In b) both hands are free.
111.a) hopping seat in front, against bdy2.8
b) hopping seat in front 3.0
c) hopping seat in back, against bdy 3.2
d) hopping seat in back3.4
Hopping with the unicycle with the seat held in front of the rider. In a) and c) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider. In c) and d) the seat is held in back of the rider.
112.a) hoptwisting3.3
Staying in place bouncing the unicycle left then right around a vertical axis. A minimum of 3 consecutive cycles (left and right bounces) must be executed. Neither hand may touch the seat.
113.a) hoptwist 90° 2.7
b) hoptwist 180° 3.2
c) hoptwist 360° 4.5
d) hoptwist freehand 90°3.0
e) hoptwist frh 180°3.5
f) hoptwist frh 360°5.0
Bouncing with the unicycle and turning around a vertical axis over a) 90, b) 180 and c) 360 degrees in one jump. In d), e) and f) with hands free.
114.a) riding hoptwist 1803.4
b) riding hoptwist 3604.5
c) riding hoptwist freehand 180 4.0
d) riding hoptwist freehand 360 5.0
Riding forward and jumping around a vertical axis over a) 180 and b) 360 degrees in one jump and continue riding. In c), and d) with hands free.
115.a) hop over2.9
b) sideways hop over2.8
c) hop over, seat in front3.7
d) sideways hop over, seat in front 3.8
Hop with the unicycle over the center 50 cm circle. One or both hands may touch the seat. In a) and c) with the unicycle facing the direction of travel. In b) and d) with the unicycle perpendicular to the direction of travel. In c) and d) the seat is held in front of the rider.
116.a) side hopping 4.0
b) side hopping, foot touching tire3.5
Hopping 1ft, next to the unicycle, with foot on the non-corresponding pedal holding on to the seat with either one or both hands. In a) the free foot is extended. In b) the free foot is touching the tire for balance.
117.a) hopping on wheel 3.0
Hopping, standing on wheel with one foot in front of and the other behind frame, holding on to the seat with both hands.
118.a) hoptwist on wheel 90°3.3
b) hoptwist on wheel 180°3.6
Hopping on wheel and turning around a vertical axis over a) 90 and b) 180 degrees in one jump.
119.a) hopping on wheel frh 4.2
Hopping, standing on wheel with one foot in front of and the other behind the frame, not holding on to the seat.
120.a) hoptwist on wheel frh 90° 4.5
b) hoptwist on wheel frh 180° 4.8
Hopping on wheel freehanded, and turning around a vertical axis over a) 90 and b)180 degrees in one jump.
121.a) riding spin 3.3
Riding, rotating 360 degrees around a vertical axis and continuing riding in the same direction.
122.a) bwd riding spin3.7
Riding backward, rotating 360 degrees around a vertical axis and continuing riding backward in the same direction.
123.a) spin 3.5
b) spin 1ft 3.7
c) spin 1ft ext 3.9
Riding in a small circle with the upper body rotating around a vertical axis. In b) and c) riding with one foot on pedal.
124.a) backward spin4.0
b) backward spin 1 ft 4.3
c) backward spin 1 ft ext4.7
Riding backward in a small circle so that the upper body is rotating around a vertical axis. In b) and c) riding with one foot on pedal.
125.a) spin seat in front, against body3.7
b) spin seat in front 3.9
Riding in a small circle with the seat held out in front of the rider so that the upper body is rotating around a vertical axis. In a) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
126.a) spin seat in back, against body 3.8
b) spin seat in back4.1
Riding in a small circle with the seat held out behind the rider so that the upper body is rotating around a vertical axis. In a) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
127.a) spin seat on side, against body 3.6
b) spin seat on side 4.0
Riding in a small circle so that the upper body is spinning around a vertical axis with the seat held out to the side of the rider. In a) the seat or hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
128.a) pirouette 4.0
Spinning around a vertical axis, on momentum gained from forward movement
129.a) backward pirouette 4.5
Spinning around a vertical axis on momentum gained from backward movement
130.a) pirouette seat in front, against bdy 4.1
b) pirouette seat in front4.4
Spinning around a vertical axis with the seat held out in front of the rider. In a) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.
131.a) pirouette seat in back, against bdy4.2
b) pirouette seat in back 4.5
Spinning around a vertical axis with the seat held out behind the rider. In c) the seat or the hand holding the seat may rest against the rider.

Transitions

150.a) riding to seat in front1.5
From riding, pulling out the seat to seat in front
151.a) seat in front to riding1.7
From seat in front, getting back on the seat into riding
152.a) riding to seat in back 1.6
From riding, pulling out the seat to seat in back
153.a) seat in back to riding 1.9
From seat in back, getting back on the seat into riding
154.a) ww to pedals3.2
b) ww to riding 1ft 3.4
c) gliding to pedals 3.5
d) gliding to riding 1ft 3.7
From walking the wheel to riding. In b) from walking the wheel to riding with one foot on the pedal. In c) gliding to riding. In d) gliding to riding with one foot on the pedal.
155.a) leg around 3.4
b) leg around twice 4.2
From seat in front, swinging one leg around the seat to seat in back or riding. In b), the leg goes once around the seat before the foot is placed back on the pedal.
156.a) leg around reverse 3.5
b) leg around twice reverse 4.4
From seat in back, swinging one leg around the seat to seat in front or riding. In b), the leg goes once around the seat before the foot is placed back on the pedal.
157.a) backspin 2.7
Riding, rotating 180 degrees around a vertical axis and continuing riding backward in the same direction.
158.a) front spin3.3
Riding backward, rotating 180 degrees around a vertical axis and continuing riding forward in the same direction.
159.a) pick up seat in front 4.0
b) pick up seat in front with toe4.7
c) pick up seat in front free foot4.4
From seat drag in front, picking up the frame and bringing it upright into seat in front. In a) the frame is picked up with a hand. In b) the frame is picked up with the toe by back pedaling slightly. In c) the frame is picked up by lifting a foot off the pedals and placing it under the frame.
160.a) pick up seat in back4.2
b) pick up seat in back with heel4.2
c) pick up seat in back free foot 5.0
From seat drag in back, picking up the frame and bringing it upright into seat in back or seat on side. In a) the frame is picked up with a hand. In b) the frame is picked up with the heel. In c) the frame is picked up by lifting a foot off the pedal and placing it under the frame.
161.a) pedals to hopping on wheel3.1
b) pedals 270° to hopping on wheel 4.2
c) pedals 450° to hopping on wheel 5.8
d) pedals to sideways ww3.4
e) pedals 270° to sideways ww4.7
f) pedals 450° to sideways ww6.0
From seat in front, jumping on the wheel into hopping on wheel. In b), the unicycle is rotated 270 or in c), 450 degrees around a vertical axis before the feet are placed on the tire. In d), from seat in front, jumping on the wheel into sideways wheel walk. In e) and f), the unicycle is rotated e) 270 or f) 450 degrees around a vertical axis before the feet are placed on the tire.
162.a) hopping on wheel to pedals3.7
b) hopping on wheel 270° to pedals 4.4
c) hopping on wheel 450° to pedals 6.0
d) sideways ww to pedals 3.3
e) sideways ww 270° to pedals6.0
From hopping on wheel, jumping down to seat in front or riding. In b) and c), the unicycle is rotated b) 270 degrees or c) 450 degrees around a vertical axis before the feet are placed on the pedals. In d), from sideways wheel walk, jumping or stepping down to seat in front or riding without hopping. In e), the unicycle is rotated 270 degrees around a vertical axis before the feet are placed back on the pedals.
163.a) pedals to hopping on wheel frh3.7
From riding, placing one foot on the wheel in front of the frame and the other foot on the wheel behind the frame, and standing up into hopping on wheel freehanded.
164.a) hopping on wheel frh to pedals4.2
From hopping on wheel freehanded, jumping down to riding.
165.a) seat in front to side ride 5.1
From seat in front jumping into side ride.
166.a) side ride to seat in front 5.3
From side ride, jumping into seat in front.
167.a) side ride to hopping on wheel5.5
b) side ride to sideways ww5.8
From side ride, jumping into a) hopping on wheel. From side ride, jumping into b) sideways wheel walk.
168.a) step around5.0
b) inverse5.2
From seat in front the rider steps around the uni, without the uni bouncing or turning, such that the feet switch pedals. The rider ends facing the opposite way, sitting on the seat. From seat on side the rider swings one leg in back and then steps around the uni, without the uni bouncing or turning, such that the feet switch pedals. The rider ends facing the opposite way, sitting on the seat.
169.a) 180° uni spin4.6
b) 360° uni spin5.3
c) 540° uni spin6.0
d) 720° uni spin7.0
e) 180° uni spin to seat in front4.6
f) 360° uni spin to seat in front5.6
g) 540° uni spin to seat in front6.6
h) 180° uni spin to idling 1ft 4.8
i) 360° uni spin to idling 1ft 5.5
j) 540° uni spin to idling 1ft 6.2
k) 180° uni spin to idling 1ft seat in fr4.9
l) 360° uni spin to idling 1ft seat in fr5.7
Jumping up off the uni, rotating the uni or the body a), e), h) & k) 180° or b), f), i) &l) 360° or c), g) & j) 540° or d) 720° around a vertical axis and landing back on it. In e), f) & g) the rider lands with the seat held in front. The seat may touch the rider and one or both hands may touch the seat. In h), i) & j) the rider lands into idling one-foot. In k) & l) the rider lands into idling one-foot with the seat held in front. The seat may touch the rider and one or both hands may touch the seat.
170.a) 180° uni spin to ww4.9
b) 360° uni spin to ww5.6
c) 180° uni spin to ww 1ft5.1
d) 360° uni spin to ww 1ft5.8
Jumping up off the uni, rotating it a) & c) 180, or b & d) 360 degrees around a vertical axis and landing back on it in the wheel walk position. In c) and d) the rider lands into wheel walk one-foot.
171.a) 180° uni spin to hopping on whl frh 5.5
b) 360° uni spin to hopping on whl frh 6.2
Jumping up off the uni, rotating it a) 180 or b) 360 degrees around a vertical axis, and landing back on it into hopping on wheel freehanded. When landing on the wheel, the hands must not touch the seat after the first hop.
172.a) 180° uni spin on wheel 4.4
b) 360° uni spin on wheel 5.1
From hopping on wheel, jumping up off the unicycle, rotating it a) 180 or b) 360degrees around a vertical axis, and landing back on it into hopping on wheel.

Mounts

200.a) mount1.3
b) mount to idle 1.5
c) mount to 1ft idle2.0
d) mount to 1 ft ext idle 2.5
Mounting the uni from standing behind it, by placing one foot on the rear pedal and going up and over the wheel or rotating the wheel backward to obtain balance. In b), c) and d) mounting to idling without riding. In c) and d), mounting into idling with only one foot on pedal. In d) the free leg is extended.
201.a) rolling mount1.8
b) rolling mount to 1ft2.5
c) rolling mount to 1ft ext 2.7
d) rolling mount to gliding3.4
e) rolling mount to coasting4.0
Mounting the uni while pushing the uni forward, by placing one foot on the rear pedal and going up and over the wheel, without the wheel pausing, stopping or going backwards and continue riding forward. In b) mounting directly into one-foot riding. In c) mounting directly into one-foot extended riding. In d) and e) mounting directly into d) gliding or e) coasting without touching either of the pedals.
202.a) back mount1.9
b) back mount to idle 2.1
c) back mount to 1ft idle 2.6
d) back mount to 1ft idle ext 3.1
Mounting the uni from standing in front of it, by placing one foot on the front pedal and going up and over the wheel or rotating the wheel forward to obtain balance. In b), c) and d) mounting to idling without riding. In c) and d), mounting into idling with only one foot on pedal. In d) the free leg is extended.
203.a) side mount1.8
b) side mount leg around3.4
c) side mount leg around twice4.9
d) floor mount 2.5
e) floor mount leg around 4.1
Mounting the uni from standing next to it, by placing corresponding foot on pedal closest to rider, swinging the other leg around in front of the seat, getting seated and placing second foot on pedal. In b), c) and d), the leg goes b) and d) once or c) twice around the seat before the second foot is placed on the pedal. In d) and e) the rider mounts the unicycle by laying the unicycle down on its side with one pedal touching the floor, one hand holding the seat and placing corresponding foot on pedal closest to rider and the other foot on the edge of the tire, neither foot may touch the floor, and mounts into the side mount.
204.a) side mount reverse1.8
b) side mount reverse leg around3.4
c) side mount rev leg around twice4.9
d) floor mount reverse 2.5
e) floor mount reverse leg around 4.1
Mounting the uni from standing next to it, by placing corresponding foot on pedal closest to rider, swinging the other leg around behind the seat, getting seated and placing second foot on pedal. In b), c) and d), the leg goes b) and d) once or c) twice around the seat before the second foot is placed on the pedal. In d) and e) the rider mounts the unicycle by laying the unicycle down on its side with one pedal touching the floor, one hand holding the seat and placing corresponding foot on pedal closest to rider and the other foot on the edge of the tire, neither foot may touch the floor, and mounts into the side mount.
205.a) jump mount 2.2
b) free jump mount 2.7
c) jump mount to seat in front2.5
d) jump mount to seat in back 2.7
e) jump mount to ww 2.9
f) jump mount from on wheel2.9
g) 180° uni spin jump mount2.6
h) 360° uni spin jump mount2.7
i) turn around jump mount 3.0
Mounting the uni from standing behind it, by jumping on it, landing on both pedals simultaneously. In b) the rider lets go of the uni before his or her feet leave the floor. In c) the rider lands with the seat in front, not touching body. In d) the rider lands with seat in back not touching body. In e) the rider lands in wheel walk position. In f) the unicycle is lying on its side. Rider stands on the side of the tire with neither foot touching the floor, then jumps up, pulls saddle into position, and lands on saddle and pedals. In g) and h) the uni or rider gets spun 180 and 360 degrees respectively around a vertical axis after the rider leaves the floor but before the rider lands on it. In i) the rider turns around 180 degrees before landing on the unicycle.
206.a) side jump mount 2.5
b) free side jump mount3.0
c) side jump mount to ww3.2
d) side jump mount to ww 1 ft3.4
e) side jump mount to ww 1 ft ext 3.6
f) 180 uni spin side jump mount3.8
g) 360 uni spin side jump mount5.2
Mounting the uni from standing next to it, by jumping on it with on leg going around the front of the seat and landing on both pedals simultaneously. In b) the rider lets go of the uni before his or her feet leave the floor. In c), d) or e) the feet are placed on the wheel, without touching the pedals, and the rider goes immediately into c) wheel walk, d) wheel walk one-foot or e) wheel walk one-foot with the free leg extended. In f) and g) the uni gets spun 180 and 360 degrees respectively around a vertical axis after the rider leaves the floor but before the rider lands on it.
207.a) spin mount 360° 2.4
b) spin mount 720° 3.4
Mounting the unicycle and without pausing or idling, spinning a) 360 and b) 720degrees around a vertical axis.
208.a) kick up mount, 1 hand on seat 2.8
b) kick up mount 3.0
c) kick up mount to ww3.2
d) kick up mount to ww 1ft 3.4
e) kick up mount to ww 1ft ext 3.6
Mounting the uni from standing over it (the unicycle lying on the floor) by placing corresponding foot on pedal, kicking the seat up into place with the other foot without either hand touching the seat and placing the second foot on the pedal. Ina) one hand may touch the seat. In c), d) or e) the second foot is placed on the wheel instead of on the pedal and the rider goes immediately into c) wheel walk, d) wheel walk one-foot or e) wheel walk one-foot with the free leg extended.
209.a) pick up mount 3.2
Mounting the unicycle from standing behind it (wheel upright with seat on the floor) by jumping onto the pedals, picking up the seat and getting seated.
210.a) swing up mount 3.4
Mounting the unicycle from standing beside it (wheel upright; seat on floor) by placing corresponding foot on the pedal, swinging the frame upright with the second foot, swinging the second leg around the back of the seat, getting seated, and placing the second foot on the pedal.
211.a) push up mount3.8
Mounting the unicycle starting with rider laying face down on the floor. The uni is in the riding position but with only the seat and wheel touching the floor. The rider pushes up using only the hands, the feet can only touch the pedals, into the riding position.

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