Community Programs

We have regular community practices which are open to the public, along with demos and performances for community outreach.

Community Practices

All community practices are open to the public and we love having newcomers show up! There are club unicycles that can be used by those who don’t have one of their own.

Every practice there has a designated “point person” who is in charge of the practice. They are an adult who is knowledgeable about unicycling and would love to help you get started. We hope to see you at a practice sometime soon! Join us at our next practice, which can be found on the calendar page.

Membership in Madison Unicyclists is encouraged for riders attending our community programs. You may attend two community practices for free and then we request you join the club. Scholarships are available.

Community practices are usually held at O’Keeffe Middle School in the Field House, enter via the door near the playground / parking lot.

Introduction to Unicycling Class

MadUni is offering an introduction to Unicycling Class in 2024! Read about the information below and sign up if you are interested!

When – (6 weeks) – February 4 – March 10, Sundays from 3:00-4:00 pm 

Where – O’Keeffe Gym

Who – Open to kids in 3-5 grade. 

What – Learn how to Unicycle! This class will teach the basics of unicycling. Unicycles are provided for class.

Cost – $75 to sign up to be a Madison Unicyclists Member

Sign Up

Demonstrations and performances

Promoting our youth programs, the Madison Unicyclists have performed in Celebrating Youth, the MadFest Extravaganza, Goodman Community Center Events, Orton Park Festival, Willy Street Fair, Mt. Horeb’s Wild Rumpus Circus, and at Madison’s Henry Vilas Zoo. Some riders also compete nationally and internationally. We are proud to be the home club of many national champions and a six-time world champion.