Impact Groovy ISIS Cranks - 130mm (Black)
A massive jump forward in the world of Unicycle cranks...
The Impact Groovy cranks are made from a single piece of machined aluminium to get the perfect round profile, without any joins or sharp edges. The Groovy cranks are the first cranks to have an integrated Rolling disc, which is part of the cranks design not added on top of the crank. When doing crank related tricks this design helps massively as there is nothing to snag or trap your feet.
Pedal washers go between the pedal and the crank, helping to increase the life of your cranks. Plus, ensuring maximum contact between both (keeping your pedals tight). We recommend pedal washers for all aluminium cranks.
Material: 7075 Aluminium
Finish: Hard Anodizing (Black)
Pedal Size: 9/16"
Weight: 435g (including Rolling Discs)
Supplied with long M12 bolts.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
What is the red liquid supplied with some cranks?
This is grease.
It's primary use is to put on the splines. ISIS is a tapered spline. This means to that to lock it in place it needs to be forced up a spline to the lock surface. The correct distance from the point where the crank is placed on ...
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...
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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...