The 36" Oracle Unicycle was one of the very first production Road Unicycles available with a Disc brake installed as standard. The design is aimed at the serious unicycle rider offering design advantages that help exceed riders current performance.
Features: Brakes: Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brake set with 180mm disc Saddle: Nimbus Gel Unicycle Saddle - Green Seatpost: Nimbus 'Aluminium' Seatpost 300mm - (25.4) Seatpost clamp: Nimbus 'DoubleQuick' Seatpost Clamp - Green Frame: 36" Nimbus 'Oracle' Unicycle Frame - Black Wheel-Size: 36" Tyre: Nimbus Nightrider 36" x 2.25 Tyre Rim: 36" Nimbus 'Stealth2' Rim - Green Spokes: 36, 14 Gauge Black Hub: Nimbus 'Impulse' Wide Disc ISIS Hub - 36 Hole,Green/Black Cranks: Nimbus 'Venture2' ISIS Cranks - 125mm Pedals: Nimbus 'Studded' Plastic Pedals - Black
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle: Standard seatpost: Minimum - 92cm (36.2"), Maximum - 100cm (39.3") Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 79cm (31.1") These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
Frame - Length
Seatpost Clamp Colour
Number of Spokes
You may also be interested in the following product(s)
Moving up to a 36 inch wheel was a bit daunting at first, but I got used to it with regular practice. I can't fault the advice, support and quality of service offered by Unicycle.com. It really was first class. I was unsure about buying the unicycle with a brake at first, but I'm glad I did in the end as it is very useful. The heavier wheel naturally gathers momentum when going down hills, and the brake controls it so well. This unicycle really gives a smooth and solid ride once you have mastered it.
I am really pleased with this unicycle and with the excellent service and support given. (Posted on 16/08/2016)
I have had my 36” Oracle for about six weeks and am favorably impressed with it in every way. The frame is lightweight, which helps compensate somewhat for the wheel weight and the build is flawless.
Like the previous reviewer I installed the KH bar and have found that it adds immensely to the stability, smoothness and hill-climbing capability of this uni. I also added the KH starfighter, a wireless cyclo computer and replaced the stock pedals with Wellgos. The wheel and tire are first rate and they offer a good compromise between street and light off road riding. I would consider this uni something of a hybrid build vs. a dedicated MUNI or pure street vehicle. I actually like the wheel color as I think it adds extra visibility on roads shared with cars and trucks. I also did the KH saddle and (127/150) Spirit crank upgrades (for versatility)
While the quality is high and I have no complaints, I cannot fairly compare or contrast it to other 36” unis sold by UDC or elsewhere. If you read the reviews on the web all have their own advocates and detractors. I will say that despite the expense, I find this a very good value given that it comes with an installed disc brake, has a lightweight aluminum frame and offers numerous upgrades at a fair price. I have several other Nimbus Unis and have found all to be reliable and without manufacturing defects.
UDC always is quick to respond to email inquiries and their shipping is fast. How can you beat that? I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this very fine machine to anyone considering jumping up to a big wheel (Posted on 31/03/2015)
I just purchased the 36in and road about 1 mile. My wife bought me a 26in in August so I have been riding for 2.5 months. I figured is was ready to move up. Well! This uni is very easy to ride an maneuvers almost as easy as my 26in. I'm quite surprised. I'm only 6 feet tall and I can truly say, the hardest thing about about riding this uni is getting up on the seat. Once up on it...it's a quick beast. Nooooo complaints (Posted on 31/03/2015)
I learned how to ride a unicycle last year. It's really exciting! I quickly went from a 20" to a 24", and now this 36". It was an easy and enjoyable transition. I upgraded to a KH gel saddle. It has been the most comfortable and smooth ride yet. I also added a KH T-bar for added stability. I average 5-6 miles/ day without any complaints. My longest ride so far has been 17 miles. I hope to beat it soon. I love this 36"er! (Posted on 31/03/2015)
Still getting to grips with this beast of a unicycle but I am impressed with the quality and high component specification.
Definitely a head-turner and that brake allows very fine operation without any snatching whatsoever. (Posted on 06/09/2014)