This is Jack Hughes. This is his brain. This is his helmet. I don't know where this is going. That thing was breakfast.
An early morning bus to the hockey venue!
How would you like to live in those apartments?
Don't bug me....please. This wasp was on the netting around the hockey rink.
It didn't look like a video game, but aside from lack of air conditioning, our hockey rink was perfect for unicycle hockey.
Next door was this collection of ramps!
This is your brain. This is your brain container.
Cool rim. Notice where the spokes attach. I wonder if this makes the wheel laterally stronger?
Cool seat post clamp.
Jess Riegel on the ramps. He would be wearing pads, but we didn't bring them for hockey.
This is a grinding box. Jess has one at his house.
Jack Hughes on half pipe.
Jess taking off down a ramp, just before we got kicked out.
This unicycle says "Velos Motos Rolf Fischer." Cool.
A model home.
The world's shallowest bike shop. Yes, that's the back wall. It's a very narrow strip of land between the street and the train tracks.
The world's shallowest gas station, with the least number of walls!
Jess and Beau Hoover slurp up some good noodles.
This was a screwy building we passed on our way to lunch.
Cool Toyota van. Uh, could you park it a little closer to that wall?
Stairs and ramps.
The Swiss Power Team basically killed Troopizi. They went on to win the whole thing. Our team: Jack Hughes, John Foss, Jess Riegel, John Hooten, Scott Arnold, Beau Hoover, Trey Miller.
One of the dorm buildings. Some lucky people in there had their own bathrooms!
National Olympics Memorial Youth Center. This was where we stayed during Unicon.
Japan has lots and lots of ugly electrical wires everywhere.
Jacquie and Andy Cotter on the bus to Fujimi Panorama Resort.
Japan is definitely the land of vending machines!
(Part of) The trials course, which was mostly built the day before.
It's a mob house!
Getting ready for the Cross Country race.
I took a picture of this guy because he looked cool. As it turns out he rode cool as well. Kobayashi Seisuke won the Cross Country, the Uphill, the Downhill, and the World Racing title.
Daike Izumeda coming in at the end of the Cross Country.
Lining up in the chute, to get finishing order recorded.
Jamey Mossengren, showing us a good example of what *hot* looks like.
Trying to stay cool in the shade of the mob house.
Ken Looi (Gizmoduck), Trey Miller, Nathan Hoover, Irene Genelin.
Getting organized for the Uphill race.
This must be why they call it Fujimi "Panorama" Resort.