24" Kris Holm MUni Unicycle
One of the latest generation of the Kris Holm unicycles using a spline hub and external disc.
The ultimate all-round mountain unicycle, the new KH24 is lightweight and strong for mountain unicycling or 24” street riding.
The KH24 is a top quality unicycle designed for muni riders preferring the nimble feel of a 24x3” wheel geometry. An abundant use of one-piece forged components ensures high strength and durability. Ideal for smaller riders and aggressive technical riding.
- One-piece forged, 7005 alloy frame crown and neck for high strength without bulk
- Rounded fork blades and a slim crown to prevent bashed knees without reducing tyre clearance.
- KH Boundary Hub and Cranks with Q-Axle micro spline for high strength and stiffness.
- Disc brake with large (180 mm) rotor for increased braking control.
- Fusion One saddle for bike-like saddle performance with a one-piece forged Pivotal seatpost for high strength and easy adjustability.
- 2 mm wide rim for high tyre stability while allowing for a forgiving and stable 24 x 3” wheel geometry.
- Compatible with KH/Schlumpf geared hub (not included).
Saddle: Kris Holm Fusion Zero
Seatpost: Kris Holm Pivotal one-piece forged. 27.2 x 320mm.
Seatpost Clamp: Kris Holm 'Doublebolt' Seatpost Clamp - Black (31.8mm)
Frame: 24" Kris Holm 'Aluminium' one-piece forged fork crown and neck Unicycle Frame with disc brake mount
Brake: Shimano Deore-level Hydraulic Disc Brake (Europe) with a 180mm Disc Brake Rotor (fitted)
Tyre: 24x3.0” Duro Wildlife tyre, Black with schrader valve.
Rim: 24" Kris Holm 'Freeride' Rim
Spokes: Black Stainless Steel with nickel plated brass nipples (14G)
Hub: Kris Holm 'Boundary' Splined Hub
Cranks: Kris Holm 'Boundary' Splined Cranks - 117/137mm (Dual Hole)
Pedals: Kris Holm 'Studded' Plastic Pedals - Clear
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle:
Standard seatpost: Minimum - 94cm (37"), Maximum - 101cm (39.8")
Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 75cm (29.5") What does cutdown mean?
These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
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...
Kris Holm Unicycle Instructions
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The history of Mountain Unicycling (MUni)
Article written by Roger Davies for UniMagazine
What is MUni?
Muni is the riding of unicycles off road, but it does vary dramatically. Some riders ride along canal tow paths other throw them selves down the mountain bike black run...