The Dunedins

"Man and woman, both proficient on bicycles and on the wire. Act opens with cycle work, swift and to the point. The man later mounts a four-seated bike and putting it to a vertical position goes from seat to seat until at the very top he plays a banjo while keeping the machine in motion." "Following this comes some neat wire work. The two dance and perform some pretty figures. Later the woman rides a unicycle along the wire backward and forward and then the man performs, on the bicycle, doing nearly as many good tricks in this dangerous predicament as many cyclists do on the stage floor."
"The act is neatly dressed and is out of the ordinary in many particulars."
Variety (33:10), February 1914