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In 1990, the mountain unicycle club was organised by Thierry Bouche in Southern France. The club was formed with the affiliation of the French cycling organisation with more than 50 registered members. This club was called MTT sensation.
In the year 1994, Duncan Castling designed the first-ever mountain unicycle for Pashley and named it Muni. Since then, Muni has been regarded as the trademark of the Pashley Cycle Company situated in England.
In the same year of 1994, Duncan castling, along with Simon Schofield participated in the Polaris challenge on a unicycle. This ferocious act made them an instant hit and inspired many other players for unicycling.
The club used 20" unicycle which has long seats in the upward direction. The credit of US mountain unicycling growth is given to George Peck. One of the major unicycle events is organised annually in the UK under the name of the British Muni Weekend (BMW).
In 2007, the first Colorado Munifest was organised by the Colorado Muni.
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