The Club Freestyle Unicycle is a versatile, good quality, entry level unicycle that is suitable for children or adults (under 11 stone). These unicycles are very popular in the unicycle clubs around the country and have proved themselves to be robust and great for learning on. The saddle comes with a handle on the front which is useful for when you are learning to mount the unicycle. It also comes with a square top frame for more advanced tricks and a non-marking tyre. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use (best suited to smooth surfaces)
Features: Saddle: Club Unicycle Saddle - Black Seatpost: UDC 'Standard' Seatpost 300mm - (25.4) Seatpost Clamp: Quick Release Seatpost Clamp - Black (28.6mm) Frame: 20" Club Unicycle Frame - Black, Blue, Green, Orange 40mm Wheel-size: 20" Tyre: Kenda Kikzumbut or Duro X-performer 20" x 1.95" Tyre - Black Rim: Aluminium Rim - Black (36 hole) Spokes: 36 Spokes Hub: UDC CrMO Cotterless Hub - 36 Hole Cranks: Steel Standard Cotterless Cranks - Chrome 114mm Pedals: Round Plastic Pedals - Black
Recommended leg length sizes for unicycle: Standard seatpost: Minimum - 72cm (28.3"), Maximum - 86cm (33.9") Cutdown seatpost: Minimum - 62cm (24.4") These sizes are measured from crotch to floor wearing shoes
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I purchased this unicycle for my wife. It's a good unicycle for adults who want to learn to unicycle but don't want to spend a lot a money, just in case they don't take to it.
Very easy to assemble, lightweight and can withstand lots of dropping.
My wife also learnt to freemount on this unicycle, that was one of the best feeling ever, apparently. (Posted on 21/10/2016)
I got this unicycle 4 Christmas. And I really like how it rides and handles. Since its my first I do not really have anything to compare it with. But it is a very good unicycle 4 me and I love riding it. It's too much fun to ride it. It's a great, great unicycle. PEACE*** (Posted on 31/03/2015)
I got mine for my birthday and it was my first unicycle, I have had it for about 9 months now.Since then I've gotten 2 more unicycles a Coker big one and a Torker giraffe so I now have some experince and I think it is an amazing beginer unicycle but for more advanced riders it may not fit so now I have to buy a new one for jumping (Posted on 31/03/2015)
i have had the unicycle for almost a half a year and i love it. it is a perfect fit for me and only has a few bangs on the handle and back side. but other than that it looks perfect it is pretty easy to ride after you get a hang of it. i would definitely recomend it to a friend. i have never hurt myself on it and im only 11 years old. (Posted on 31/03/2015)
Great unicycle for learning. Although sometimes it feels slightly off center it is probably from poor assembly or getting banged to much. It is a great starter unicycle for all around unicycling e.g. forward, backwards, hops, ideling, some light muni. (Posted on 31/03/2015)
Unicycle is nice compared to the crappy Torker I had a couple years back – but don't be fooled – the crank arm and pedal threads WILL strip, just like any cheaper unicycle. If you want this one for beginning, great, but make sure after about seven months or so, you upgrade your arms and pedals.
Other than that... great unicycle. (Posted on 31/03/2015)
I just learned to ride at Circus Camp and my mom got me this Uni. I love it! I'm nine years old and my mom says it looks like she may upgrade sooner than she had hoped because I'm riding it everywhere, to camp, the library, absolutely everywhere. She says we'll have to see holds up. (Posted on 31/03/2015)
After getting his first unicycle for Christmas 2013, it was time to move on to something bigger. The FAQs were very helpful in deciding on the next size and type of unicycle. This should last him for a few years. The seat is half an inch too high really, but we think he'll grow quickly, so we're loathe to cut a bit off. And this one is big enough for the grown ups to have a go on too. (Posted on 17/03/2015)