32" Adult Trainer Unicycle - Silver
The Trainer 32" offers you greater manuverablilty compared to a 36" unicycle and a greater rolling speed compared to a 29", making it a fantastic alternative to the more traditional unicycle sizes. The wheel is built around a specially widened Unicycle.com CroMo cotterless hub, meaning that the whole wheel is very strong and rigid. Because of this rigidity you get a greater and more efficient transfer of your pedalling energy into forward motion rather than into wheel flex. The grey powder coated steel frame has been specially made to accommodate the wider hub. As with all the Trainer unicycles It comes with the Unicycle.com Trainer saddle, sturdy black plastic pedals and the knowledege that this unicycle will last a long time.
Saddle: Trainer Saddle
Seatpost: UDC 'Heavy Duty' Seatpost 300mm - (25.4)
Seatpost clamp: Doublebolt Seatpost Clamp - Black 28.6
Frame: 32" Trainer Unicycle Frame - Grey
Tyre: Nimbus Nightrider 32" x 2.25" Tyre
Rim: 32" Nimbus 'Stealth2' Rim - Black
Spokes: Stainless Steel 14G.
Hub: UDC 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 - 89cm (35"), Maximum - 98cm (38.7")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 76cm (30")What does cutdown mean?
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?
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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 ...
What does "Cut-Down" mean?
What does "Cut-Down" mean?
Beacuse a unicycle saddle is directly above the tyre, when it is pushed down the seatpost will hit the tyre. So the cut down measurement you see on our unicycles is the lowest the saddle can go with the seatpost cut...
How to ride a Unicycle
This section aims to guide you through the basics so you can learn to ride. It includes the preparation required before you even start to learn. The video clips in this section are from the Unicycle Skills DVD, a 43 minute introduction to unicycling. Read more
Trainer Unicycle Instructions
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