Sponsored Rider

Nimbus Sponsored Rider announcement

We would like to introduce our Nimbus Sponsored Riders for 2018! Excited to work with these guys in 2018. Welcome to the team!

Nimbus Team


Freestyle - Cecilie Leth from Denmark

Freestyle - Freja Bjerregaard from Denmark


MUni - Felix Regelsberger from Austria


MUni - Souryan Dubois from France



Impact Flo Team announcement

Impact have just released their new Flo Team!

The extended team is called the Flo Team. These include prominent riders in their disciplines. They show off the best of the Impact Unicycles, both with the products but also with their attitude to be the best.

Flo Riders

Adam Gerza from Czech Republic

Clement Pujol from France

Daniel Ackerman from Israel

Erik Winterfeldt from Sweden

Ivar Christenson from Sweden

Louis Stevens from Canada

Mino Seedler from Germany

Roos Seegers from The Netherlands

Simon Berry from the UK

Sophia Pellman from America

[caption id="attachment_8899" align="alignnone" width="950"]Flo Team Flo Team[/caption]

Impact Flo Team Search

Would you like to be in the next Impact Flo Team?

Flo Team

We are looking for new up and coming riders to join the Impact Flo team!


What we are looking for?


*Individuals that are going to represent Impact both on social media and at events.
*Regular instagram/facebook/twitter posts
*You Tube Vidoes (If possible)

You will receive Impact apparel & discount on products and access to our social media platforms.

If you are interested please email us a video of you riding and tell us why you think you would make a good Team rider - [email protected]

Closing Date 30th July

For Full T&Cs please click here

How it all started for Kris Holm

As a geoscientist, Kris Holm, MSc’02, makes his living from knowing the land. But he’s probably covered more of it as an off‐road unicyclist.

Where it all started for Kris...

At four years old, Kris Holm, took up the violin. Over the years he became good at it, and while he trained in the classical mode, he picked up fiddling along the way. Learning the violin, he says, became something of a metaphor for the rest of his life, and his teacher, the late Frona Colquhoun, became his first and most influential mentor..

“Because I was doing it at such a young age,” he says, “she taught me that I could learn something that seems impossible at first glance.”

At some point, however, he must have decided that the violin wasn’t going to pay the rent, so he looked to other activities. One day, shortly before his twelfth birthday, he saw a man in downtown Victoria riding a unicycle, playing a violin. “That’s for me,” he thought, and asked for one for his birthday. And so it was that one of the world’s foremost unicycle athletes was born.

“Unicycling is a rare sport,” he says, “because initially it’s so difficult to do. Most sports, even the ones that are hard to do well, are easy to do badly. Anyone can get up on a skateboard, for example, and teeter precariously down the street. But even an athletic person can barely go a metre on a unicycle to start, and that stops a lot of people from trying.”

To read the rest of this article follow this link

To Top