Extreme Unicycle

Where there’s a wheel there’s a way, the incredible uni-cyclist whose crossed 14 countries, beaten almost all on two wheels and who can hit 50mph. Canadian Kris Holm has become famous for his ability taking the circus-themed contraption into the mainstream climbing The Great Wall of China and even a 5950 metre volcano. His uni-believable career – which he launched from his boyhood passion for unicycles in 1986 – has ride in some of the highest places on earth.

Where there's a wheel there's a way, the incredible uni-cyclist whose crossed 14 countries, beaten almost all on two wheels and who can hit 50mph. Canadian Kris Holm has become famous for his ability taking the circus-themed contraption into the mainstream climbing The Great Wall of China and even a 5950 metre volcano. His uni-believable career - which he launched from his boyhood passion for unicycles in 1986 - has ride in some of the highest places on earth.

Where there's a wheel there's a way, the incredible uni-cyclist whose crossed 14 countries, beaten almost all on two wheels and who can hit 50mph. Canadian Kris Holm has become famous for his ability taking the circus-themed contraption into the mainstream climbing The Great Wall of China and even a 5950 metre volcano. His uni-believable career - which he launched from his boyhood passion for unicycles in 1986 - has ride in some of the highest places on earth.

Where there's a wheel there's a way, the incredible uni-cyclist whose crossed 14 countries, beaten almost all on two wheels and who can hit 50mph. Canadian Kris Holm has become famous for his ability taking the circus-themed contraption into the mainstream climbing The Great Wall of China and even a 5950 metre volcano. His uni-believable career - which he launched from his boyhood passion for unicycles in 1986 - has ride in some of the highest places on earth.

Where there's a wheel there's a way, the incredible uni-cyclist whose crossed 14 countries, beaten almost all on two wheels and who can hit 50mph. Canadian Kris Holm has become famous for his ability taking the circus-themed contraption into the mainstream climbing The Great Wall of China and even a 5950 metre volcano. His uni-believable career - which he launched from his boyhood passion for unicycles in 1986 - has ride in some of the highest places on earth.