The Club Road Unicycle is ideal for going the extra distance. If you have mastered a smaller wheel size and want to ride further then this will make it so much easier.
Saddle: Club Unicycle Saddle - Black Seatpost: UDC 'Standard' Seatpost 300mm (25.4) Seatpost Clamp: Quick Release Seatpost Clamp - Black (28.6) Frame: 26" Club Unicycle Frame - Black, 40mm Wheel-size: 26” Tyre: 26x2.125" tyre with schrader valve. Rim: Robust 36 hole Aluminium rim in Black Spokes: 36 spokes Hub: UDC 'Wide Flange' CrMO Cotterless Hub - 36 Hole Cranks: Steel Standard Cotterless Cranks - Chrome 152mm Pedals: Round Plastic Pedals - Black
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle: Standard seatpost: Minimum - 85cm (33.5"), Maximum - 97cm (38.2") Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 74cm (29.1") These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
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This is my first 'proper' unicycle so all I have to compare it to is a cheap ebay job. Having said that, I know bikes very well so i'm not entirely uninformed.
I think it's an excellent value package. The frame seems very sturdy, the saddle is comfortable and the bearings are huge (compared to a normal bike) so I imagine they'll last well.
My only criticism would be the pedals - they're pretty nasty plastic jobs but for this price I definitely don't have any complaints and they'll get me going. Decent medal platform pedals would push the price up too far so it's an understandable compromise.
I'm 6"3' so I ordered a 400mm seatpost to go with it but as it turns out I could probably have got away with the standard 300mm post.
Overall i'm really pleased with it and i'd recommend it without hesitation (Posted on 11/05/2013)
Well, when I say Great starter uni, what I mean is...Great uni if you want to add a 26'' to your collection but not sure and/or can't afford a nimbus. I've had mine over a year now. I ordered 127' cranks with it, and I love it. I've gone for miles on it, and nothing has worked loose or even squeaks.
I said great as a starter as well if you've learnt on a 20'' and want to add another uni to your stable, this is a cheap way of going about it. To see if you can get along with a bigger uni.
It doesn't come with brake mounts but no probs, after a couple of years if you want to do muni you can save up and get a Nimbus.
Yup, very good uni, Love it! Oh, can't comment on the seat though, I ordered a KH so don't know what the UDC is like for comfort.
(Posted on 23/11/2012)
Had it almost half a year now and only had a few problems. Nothing unexpected (worn tyres, loosening cranks, wobbly seat). My only complaint is with the pedals - I had one snap clean off on me within a couple of months. Replaced with a shiny new pair of metal pedals I now know what I was missing out on - the ones that come with the unicycle are tiny, slippery when wet and clearly quite weak! Still overall good value though
(Posted on 24/07/2012)