The Kris Holm 29 is a top quality unicycle designed for cross-country muni and hybrid road/offroad riding. Combined with a stable 47 mm wide KH rim, the 29x3” Surly Knard (980g) tire rolls easily over bumps and corners smoothly. An abundant use of one-piece forged components ensures high strength and durability. Recommended for cross-country muni riders and anyone wanting a versatile setup for both trails and rides around town.
Features: Saddle: Kris Holm Fusion Zero Seatpost: Kris Holm Pivotal one-piece forged. 27.2 x 320mm. Seatpost Clamp: Kris Holm 'Doublebolt' Seatpost Clamp - Black Frame: 29" 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) Wheel-size: 29" (700c) Tyre: Surly Knard 29 x 3.0 inch 120 TPI (980g) Rim: 29" Kris Holm 'Freeride' Rim Spokes: Black Stainless Steel with nickel plated brass nipples (14G) Hub: Kris Holm 'Spirit' ISIS Hub Cranks: Kris Holm 'Spirit' ISIS Cranks - 127/150mm (Dual Hole, disk brake compatible) Pedals: Kris Holm 'Studded' Plastic Pedals - Clear
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle: Standard seatpost: Minimum - 96cm (37.8"), Maximum - 106cm (41.7") Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 79cm (31.1") These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
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I am 43 years old. I bought a trainer unicycle (24") to learn on and then took the plunge and bought a 29" KH. I LOVE unicycling and although I still have a long way to go this uni is just so well built. It reeks of quality and I am getting the hang of the brake. The saddle is going to take some getting used to - I did cut the seat post down very slightly as I felt too high on the lowest position. The pedals are offer a lot of grip - almost too much grip and I have fallen sometimes trying to re-position my foot whilst riding (but this is because I am still learning I guess and my technique needs improvement). Paul at unicycle.com was really very helpful (to which I am very grateful, and he took time in answering plenty of my questions. All the guys at UDC are brilliant and the unicycle arrived the next day - I just couldn't wait to open it and get started. Thanks guys! I am addicted to this ridiculous sport! I think it is the challenge - it is like riding a bicycle all over again. Tom (Posted on 22/08/2016)