Primary Discipline: Trials
Secondary Disciplines: Street, Flatland
This is the latest generation of Impact Unicycle, combining the newest iteration of their famous Eiffel cranks, undrilled rim, and innovative hydroformed aluminium frame that not only looks great but provides one of the stiffest and most agile rides on the market.
The Gravity’s round crown and 140mm cranks make it an ideal trials unicycle, but is equally as at-home as a street or flatland machine, particularly when paired with Impacts 130mm Groovy cranks, or 118mm Eiffel cranks. (Riders wishing to ride trials and do tricks using the frame should consider the Impact Sylph unicycle)
Saddle: Impact Naomi Unicycle Saddle – Black
Seatpost: Impact Unify Unicycle Seatpost 350mm (27.2)
Seatclamp: Impact Seatpost Clamp – White (31.8mm)
Frame: Impact Gravity Frame – Black (42mm)
Hub: Impact ISIS CrMO 36 spokes (42mm)
Cranks: Impact EiffelTower Cranks – 140mm
Pedals: Nimbus Plastic Pedals - Black
Spokes: Stainless Black ED finish
Rim: Impact 47mm Wide Rim – White
Tyre: Maxxis Creepy-Crawler Tyre – 20′ x 2.5′
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 74cm (29.1"), Maximum - 90cm (35.4")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 73cm (28.7")
These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
For more information check out impactunicycles.com
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
General Unicycle maintenance
Unicycles are not complicated but they do take a little bit of maintaining. Here are some of the key points:
Stop riding immediately and tighten! If these are left they will destroy the cranks and hub. The creak comes ...
Impact Unicycle Instructions
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Impact Unicycles is the best manufacturer in the world for trials and flatland unicycles. Although the brand was started in 2009 by the famous French rider Yogi. It is now wholly owned by Unicycle.com. Designed by unicyclists, ridden by world champions...