NEW YORK - A group of unicyclists are determined to cross all bridges in New York City. The crew started their journey, and world record attempt, in December when they crossed the Williamsburg Bridge, according to their Web site.
Their last bridge crossing took place on Mar. 31, when they crossed the Stillwell Avenue Bridge on Coney Island. Thus far, they have done the Manhattan Bridge, the Queensboro Bridge, the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, and the Brooklyn Bridge. Overall, they've crossed 50 bridges, a task that can be physically strenuous and hard on the nerves, documents one of the unicyclists Keith Nelson on his blog, the Unicycle NYC Bridge Tour.
Their next outing is on Wednesday, April 7, when they will attempt to cross the bridges of Central Park.