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27.5" Kris Holm MUni Unicycle - Blue


Ultra high quality mountain unicycle in 27.5". Built for all-mountain conditions, the KH27.5 is designed to have both stability and strength for technical trails and high rolling efficiency on climbs.

The KH27.5 is a top quality unicycle designed for both cross-country and downhill muni. Combined with a stable 47 mm wide KH rim, the 27x3” Kenda Havock tyre (875g) absorbs shock and rolls smoothly over bumps. The abudant use of one-piece forged components ensures high strength and durability.  Recommended for all-round muni riders wanting a unicycle that excels for both climbing and the descent.

Saddle: Kris Holm Fusion One
Seatpost: Kris Holm Pivotal one-piece forged. 27.2 x 320mm.
Seatpost Clamp: Kris Holm 'Doublebolt' Seatpost Clamp - Black (31.8)
Frame: 27.5" Kris Holm 'Aluminium' Unicycle Frame (With Disc Tabs)
Brake: Shimano Deore-level Hydraulic Disc Brake (Europe) with a 180mm Disc Brake Rotor (fitted)
Wheel-size: 27.5"
Tyre: Duro Crux 27.5 x 3.25" 60 TPI (1215 g)
Rim: KH 27.5" Freeride Rim. Double wall construction. 55mm wide. (No Braking Surface)
Spokes: Black Stainless Steel with nickel plated nipples (14G)
Hub: Kris Holm 'Spirit' ISIS Hub
Cranks: Kris Holm 'Spirit' ISIS Cranks - 117/137mm (Dual Hole, disk brake compatible)
Pedals: Kris Holm 'Studded' Plastic Pedals - Clear

Weight: 6.2kg

Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 93cm (36.5"), Maximum - 103cm (40.5")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 84cm (33")
These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes

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Kris Holm
Unicycle Type
Wheel Size
27.5" - ISO584
Rim Width
Frame Colour
Crank Length
Crank Type
Number of Spokes
36 Hole
Bearing Size
Bearing Spacing
Rim Colour
Pedal Colour
Seatpost Type
Pivotal - Aluminium
Seatpost Diameter
Seatpost Clamp Colour
Seatpost Clamp Size
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