These are the same as fitted to the Hoppley and Trainer unicycles.
The crank size is the distance from the centre of the axle hole to the centre of the pedal hole. The smaller the ratio of the crank length to wheel size the faster the unicycle will travel, the larger the more control the unicycle will have.
(Sold in pairs)
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Different types of cranks
This is the standard crank that comes on most modern unicycles. The hub axle has tapered ends with a sq...
What length cranks do I need?
Unicycle cranks come in a wide range of sizes, from 75mm all the way up to 170mm. But how do you know what length is right for you and your riding? This can be a little bit of trial and error to find the length that works for you and you’re riding. The...
How to change cranks
Here are some instructions how to change cranks over on your unicycle. There are four types of cranks commonly found on unicycles: cotterless, ISIS, splined and cotter-pinned.
This is the standard crank that comes on...