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Well. Maybe save on the roulette, but not the hookers
The carbon black Fox Rampage is fire. It's worth the investment, because it will last year's and you will most likely be riding unicycles for the rest of your life.
If you look at seven year life span for a helmet. Buying the Rampage pro carbon at current prices you are basically spending about $50 per year (standard depreciation) to protect the Operations center of your being. Not a lot at all.
WOW! At 4:10 onwards really emphasizes the need for protection. I'm pretty sure that in addition to giving his wrists a good thump, his left forehead/temple area took a good whack also. It's interesting that they finished filming at his point. Possible wrist and head injury at 2mph (when learning to do tricks, or learning in general)
Just watched it again at .25 speed. His head definitely took a knock, and his left wrist too. When he gets up he is definitely favoring his left wrist. He's got more skills than me, but on that day/week/month he had more pain and injuries too. No pain, no gain, right?
Re "safer version", the very most important thing is that any sane person should understand that the unicycle imperils mainly its own pilot, not bystanders. Meanwhile, the *non* self-balancing 2-wheelers are increasingly in the news for injuring people who were walking. That's the kind of danger -- danger to bystanders by infernal-things-with-wheels -- that could easily mix with a little bit more sloppy legislation to get the unicycle banned.
P.S. to OP, impressive. Were the videos shot from a drone, or did you mount a camera on the dog?
You are in better situation than me, because as a motorcycle rider you can easily and rationally justify spending more money to a top-notch, expensive helmet that will be universal for both activities - motorcycling and unicycling.
On the other hand, I have to remember that going on very long routes I am more at risk of an accident. Saving on the safety of my head, which I use to earn for all these pleasures, would be stupidity. I hope that Fox Rampage Pro Carbon helmet will be compatible with Sena SMH10 headset.... But it's expensive as hell... have to save few bucks. F**k, at least month without roulette and hookers