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12" Hoppley Learner Unicycle

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Riding a unicycle is not only fun to learn, but it also helps increase your level of coordination, concentration, balance and fitness!


The 12” Hoppley Unicycle is the perfect learner unicycle for 3-6 year olds. (Please check leg length guide) 

What makes this unicycle so great?

  • It comes with children’s sized saddle
  • Strong plastic pedals
  • Robust cranks at the optimal length for learning
  • High quality 12” tyre
  • Comes with assembly instructions, but you will need a 10mm spanner and a bicycle pump.

Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 48cm (18.9”), Maximum - 58cm (22.8”)
Cutdown Seatpost:Minimum - 45cm (17.7")What does cutdown mean?
Click here to see how to measure

Saddle: Small Hoppley Saddle
Seatpost: UDC 'Standard' Seatpost 200mm - (25.4)
Seatpost Clamp: Hoppley Quickrelease Clamp - (28.6)
Frame: 12" Hoppley Frame - Black (40mm)
Wheel-size: 12"
Tyre: Indoor/street tyre with Schrader valve
Rim: 12" Steel Rim
Spokes: 20 spokes one cross
Hub: UDC Narrow Cotterless Hub - (85mm Wide)
Cranks: 89mm steel cranks - Black
Pedals: Mini Robust Plastic pedals

More Information
Unicycle Brand
Unicycle Type
Wheel Size
12" - ISO203
Frame Colour
Crank Length
Crank Type
Number of Spokes
20 Hole
Bearing Size
Rim Colour
Frame Length
Pedal Colour
Seatpost Type
Standard - Steel
Seatpost Diameter
Seatpost Length
Seatpost Clamp Colour
Seatpost Clamp Size
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   Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

  • What size unicycle to buy?

    How to measure your leg length?

    You need to take a book or a DVD case and put it between the persons legs as if they were sitting on a Unicycle (the same as sitting on a Bicycle seat). Now squeeze the Book between your legs, holding it as tig...
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  • Hoppley Unicycle Instructions

    Please select your Unicycle from the list below.

    All our instructions are PDF based, you will need a PDF viewer to use the links below. We recommend Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free, trusted global standard for viewing PDFs. You can downlo...
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  • General Unicycle maintenance

    Unicycles are not complicated but they do take a little bit of maintaining. Here are some of the key points:

    Creaking Cranks

    Stop riding immediately and tighten! If these are left they will destroy the cranks and hub. The creak comes ...
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  • What does "Cut-Down" mean?

    What does "Cut-Down" mean?

    Beacuse a unicycle saddle is directly above the tyre, when it is pushed down the seatpost will hit the tyre. So the cut down measurement you see on our unicycles is the lowest the saddle can go with the seatpost cut...
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  • How to ride a Unicycle

    This section aims to guide you through the basics so you can learn to ride. It includes the preparation required before you even start to learn. The video clips in this section are from the Unicycle Skills DVD, a 43 minute introduction to unicycling. Read more

  • How do I return an item?

    Cooling off period

    Should you wish to return an item, for either a refund or an exchange, we offer a 28-day cooling off period on purchases. We understand this might be too short during the Christmas period, so it’s extended from Novem...
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  • How to teach Unicycling

    Teaching someone to ride a unicycle can be very rewarding and here is a structured guide to help you.

    There are 5 progressive stages to the learning to ride a unicycle.


    1. Getting on the unicycle
    2. Finding Ba...
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