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A World Record With Beer Bottles and a Unicycle [VIDEO]

On Monday September 26, there was a new world record broke. Lutz Eichholz is a German-born unicyclist who went to Israel for the Unicycle Israel Convention. He apparently wanted to break the old record of riding a unicycle over beer bottles. He did it. The funny thing is, he had the previous record. He rode his unicycle over 29 feet on top of the bottles. We may have to wait and see if this one ends up in the Guinness Book of World Records.

I’ll give the guy credit for riding the one wheeled cycle. I can barely ride a bicycle. Do you have an idea for something to break a previous record of something. Have you ever tried to ride a unicycle?

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