|2012-07-07, 06:55 PM||#16|
The Mostly Harmless Pedant
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
Well that's good to hear; I weight about the same as you, so it's good to know that we aren't too heavy for one wheel. *grins*
In the end, though, I bought a Torker LX from someone here on the forums and I'm quite pleased with it.
|2012-07-08, 06:26 PM||#17|
Join Date: Jul 2012
haha i dont think theres such a thing as too big/heavy, atleast i hope not!
I have been looking at whats next as my bravery vs tallent improves and bigger drops might be on the horizon.As a starter my reflex (which is neon pink but in a good way, LOL!) has been superb and id definatly recommend but I guess il eventually move towards something even sturdier and trials flavered.
|2012-07-10, 12:26 AM||#18|
Join Date: Jun 2011
24" ebay cheep unicycle
i brought the exact one linked in the first comment. it is crap. i've spent about $100 repairing it.
I've got new
oh and it didn't even come with bolts for the bearing caps.
so my advice buy the better one of udc
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