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Old 2019-12-02, 08:26 PM   #17
Gockie
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Well, the nice folks over at unicycle.com were able to intercept my order and swap it out for a nimbus 24" (I'm 6' tall). I'll pick up a 29er if I survive the 24.

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Excellent outcome! Get comfortable, learn to ride, mount and turn.... then consider the 29er.

Btw, 24 and 26 are the sizes I enjoy the most. Good maneuverability, yet much less pedalling needed than on a 20. I'm 5'5". I'd even ride distances over 10km on them to go places. (For some reason I feel more camber issues on a 29". Maybe because I don't have as much experience on it).

Anyway, good luck!
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