The Adult learner unicycle designed specifically for heavier adults or rougher children. It is ideal for clubs and workshop use due to its proven longevity. With its curved frame and larger saddle this unicycle is ideal for adults to learn on.
The core of any unicycle is the wheelset and the trainers are designed to be tough. It not only has 48 stainless steel spokes, but has a heat treated CrMo hub is has considerably stronger and harder than any other Cotterless hub on the market.
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle: Standard seatpost: Minimum - 81cm (31.9"), Maximum - 94cm (37") Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 73cm (28.7") These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
Frame - Length
Seatpost Clamp Colour
Number of Spokes
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First off customer service. I called the shop not really knowing what I wanted or what to expect. The gentleman I spoke to (apologies but forgotten name) spent ages on the phone talking me through the differences and what to expect, could easily have sold me a more expensive model but directed me to this.
On bike, arrived fast, easy to construct. Nothing to compare to with other unicycles but I do cycle a lot but quality seems pretty good to me, well made hub, saddle seems fine and I've got going a few metres after a couple of days so all in all a very satisfied customer. Many thanks and I am sure I will be back (Posted on 29/12/2015)
A good quality Unicycle for the money, easy and quick to assemble. Far superior to the cheap ones that are available elsewhere, so don't be tempted. My only criticism would be the quality of the pedals, would have preferred metal ones. (Posted on 26/01/2015)
Delivered promptly and well packaged. Easily assembled and found to be well engineered - I'm an engineer by profession.
All in all I'm very happy with my purchase. Just got to learn to ride it now !! Thanks for an excellent product and service. (Posted on 09/03/2013)
During a moments insanity I decided it would be fun to ride a unicyle so hit the web in search of one. After reading everything at unicycle.com I settled this 24" trainer model.
During the last couple weeks I have given it some serious abuse and it seems to be holding up well with only a couple scuffs (to be expected) on the handle and seat. The peddles did work loose (the owners manual says to check them regularly) so I loctited them in. One other problem I had was the seat clamp doesn't seem quite strong enough to hold the seat tight and every other time I threw the thing away the seat twisted, so I drilled a hole in the seat post and bolted it in position.
All in all I think this is a great first bike and I am having a ball trying to matser the dark art if unicycling, after a couple weeks I have so far managed to ride about 15 feet before falling off, I have optomistically set myself a goal to ride 100 feet within the next week, wish me luck! (Posted on 15/09/2012)