The perfect unicycle if you are wanting to try riding a little bit of distance. It will make riding a mile seem so easy if you are used to riding a 20". Alternately you can learn to ride on a 26" wheel if you have never unicycled before. The Club 26" is a good quality unicycle that gives you a comfortable ride.
Saddle: Club Unicycle Saddle - Black
Seatpost: UDC 'Standard' Seatpost 300mm - (25.4mm)
Seatpost Clamp: Quick Release Seatpost Clamp - Black (28.6mm)
Frame: 26" Club Unicycle Frame - Red, 40mm
Tyre: 26 x 2.125" tyre with schrader valve.
Rim: Robust 36 hole Aluminium rim in Black
Spokes: 36 spokes
Hub: UDC 'Wide Flange' CrMO Cotterless Hub - 36 Hole
Cranks: Steel Standard Cotterless Cranks - Chrome 152mm
Pedals: Round Plastic Pedals - Black
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 85cm (33.5"), Maximum - 97cm (38.2")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 74cm (29.1")
These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
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 ...
Club Unicycle Instructions
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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:
Stop riding immediately and tighten! If these are left they will destroy the cranks and hub. The creak comes ...
Club Unicycles Manufacturers Page
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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.