|2007-08-23, 10:31 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2007
24in to 20in muni
Has anyone gone from a 24 to a 20 and stayed with that size?
I started out with a 20 (non-muni) and seem to ride fine. I have been having a difficult time adapting to the 24 and wonder if a smaller wheel (or more practice) would help.
|2007-08-23, 05:32 PM||#2|
North Shore ridin'
Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Carmichael, CA
Just to clarify, what are you riding your unicycle on? It mentions MUni, but that could be anything from a dirt path to some steep, rocky, nasty stuff. In my experience, which has always been with 24" or larger, a 20" wheel is just too slow and too notch-prone (it gets stuck in more bumps) to be worthh going anywhere.
20" is great for riding around small areas where you can hop and take advantage of the cycle's lighter weight.
"jfoss" at "unicycling.com"
"Unicycling is a way of looking at the world, making a choice to slow down, finish what you start, doing things not because they're easy, but because they're a challenge." -- Nurse Ben
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