12" Hoppley Beginner Unicycle
The ideal first unicycle for the younger child, perfect for learning to ride.
Please check leg length guide below to make sure this is correct size for you.
The 12” Hoppley Unicycle is the perfect unicycle for 4-7 year olds to learn to ride on.
What makes this unicycle so great?
- It comes with children’s sized saddle
- Strong plastic pedals
- Robust cranks at the optimal length for learning
- High quality 12” tyre
- Comes with assembly instructions, but you will need a 10mm spanner and a bicycle pump.
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 48cm (18.9”), Maximum - 58cm (22.8”)
Cutdown Seatpost:Minimum - 45cm (17.7")
Click here to see how to measure
Saddle: Small Hoppley Saddle
Seatpost: UDC 'Standard' Seatpost 200mm - (25.4)
Seatpost Clamp: Hoppley Quickrelease Clamp - (28.6)
Frame: 12" Hoppley Frame - Black (40mm)
Tyre: Indoor/street tyre with Schrader valve
Rim: 12" Steel Rim
Spokes: 20 spokes one cross
Hub: UDC Narrow Cotterless Hub - (85mm Wide)
Cranks: 89mm steel cranks - Black
Pedals: Mini Robust Plastic pedals
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
What size unicycle to buy?
How to measure your leg length?
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Hoppley Unicycle Instructions
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How to build your Unicycle Video
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