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16" Club Two-Wheeler Unicycle


The ultimate test for any unicyclist. The Two-wheeler is a fantastic challenge for anyone who really wants to test themselves. The 16" Club Two-Wheeler being smaller than 20" is slightly less scary when learning - they are also more agile.

The club two wheeler is a sleek looking fantastic challenge unicycle (The challenge being that you have to pedal backwards to go forwards and pedal forwards to go backwards).

Saddle: Club saddle
Seatpost: 25.4mm x 400mm diameter anti-twist seatpost
Seatpost clamp:
 white double bolt clamp (28.6mm)
Frame: 16" black  frame with sealed bearing held in machined bearing housings
Wheel-size: 20"
Tyre: 16x1.75" In-door/street tyre.
Rim: 16" robust aluminium rim with 36 spoke holes
Spokes: 14G.
Hub: wide flanged hardened hub
Cranks: 102mm steel cranks
Pedals: Robust Plastic block pedals

The pedals that are supplied with this unicycle may not have the reflectors as shown in the pictures

Weight: 6.8kg

Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 54cm (21.3"), Maximum - 75cm (34.4")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 53cm (20.9")
These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes

More Information
Unicycle Brand
Unicycle Type
Wheel Size
16" - ISO305
Rim Width
Frame Colour
Crank Length
Crank Type
Number of Spokes
36 Hole
Bearing Size
Bearing Spacing
Rim Colour
Pedal Colour
Seatpost Type
Standard - Steel
Seatpost Diameter
Seatpost Length
Seatpost Clamp Colour
Seatpost Clamp Size
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    What does "Cut-Down" mean?

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    The Club Unicycle range of very popular quality, versatile unicycles that are designed for children through to adults.  They are designed by unicyclists for unicyclists.

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