stuff - Aluminum
alloy 20x1.75 rim, sealed ball bearings, quick release seat
post clamp, saddle with scrape guards.
unicycle info- This
is your very basic unicycle that everyone learns on. If we
cut the post down it can fit some pretty small kids - maybe
nine- or ten-year-olds. It will go up to about a 32-inch inseam
(as in pant leg measurement - not the body measurement) without
needing a longer post.
larger the wheel, the easier it is to cover some ground and
really travel. The smaller the wheel, the easier to stand
still (circus jugglers often have smaller wheels). We can
order 16", 20", and 24" unicycles for slight
variations in price. We usually keep a couple of 20s around.
There are also trail unicycles, believe it or not. These come
with much fatter rims and tires and can be ridden in the woods
by very good riders. Click the photo for a larger picture.
unicycle - colors may vary. Call for price.