These learner packs offer huge savings over buying the items separately, a genuine £5.00. There are no gimmicky T-Shirts or stickers here, we’ve included item’s that will help you to ride your new unicycle. "Everything you need to start riding."
This Pack Includes:
● 16" Hoppley Beginner Unicycle
● How to Ride Your Unicycle
● Unicycle.com Air Supply pump
● Unicycle.com Wrench
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 54cm (21.3"), Maximum - 67cm (26.4")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 53cm (20.9")
These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
16" Hoppley Beginner Unicycle
The new 16" Hoppley Unicycle. All new leaner unicycle at an amazing price. Ideal for 8 year old upwards. These unicycles are intended for beginners and not recommended for advanced tricks or people over 11 stone.
How to Ride Your Unicycle
A well written book with clear illustrations and instructions on the basics of how to ride, up to the top level of skills. Anyone can learn to ride a unicycle, and this well-illustrated step-by-step guide shows you how.
Unicycle.com Air Supply Mini Pump
A good quality lightweight pump with the ability to achieve the pressures required for unicycles. Complete with Unicycle.com logo.
Unicycle.com Air Wrench
Unicycle.com cycle spanner (wrench) as supplied with some unicycle models. Makes an ideal riding tool for one the spot repairs.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
What size unicycle to buy?
How to measure your leg length?
You need to take a book (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 tight ...
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...
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 ...