I was looking at entry level trials uni’s. I’ve got a 26 inch sun and i love it for getting around campus,(now that i put a KH seat on it) but i would like to get into trials style unicycling, which is difficult on a 26. The nimbus trials qu-ax(without the spindled hub) from unicycle.com cost about the same as the light duty bedford trials with a kh seat. I’ve read the reviews on the nimbus, but I was unable to find any on the bedford light duty trials. Does anyone have any suggestions, or know of any problems with any of these unicycles?
Yes definently the Qu-Ax is the best cheap trials cycle. I got a nimbus trials a while ago thinking to myself, I pretty much suck this should do for now. But its amazing how fast you stop sucking when you get a trials unicycle and I destroyed it in about 3 weeks. Wish I would have gotten the Qu-Ax. Now I ride the Onza 24" Muni for trials and its beatiful. Get something splined, haha.
Edit: Oh yeah, and before some one mentions it / gets offended, yes the torker dx is also a viable option depending on what you want to do. But in my opinion the Qu-Ax is 200x better straight out of the box for trials (although it is more expensive).
i also just orderd the qu-ax trials and i hope its as good as everyone says they are also any one else see the reveiw of the 12,257 doller unicycle with the post im thinking of taking it off a 5 inch drop i dont know why but the argravates me
I have the quax since a half year and everything works fine. Its a little bit heavier than KH and koxx but the frame is (in my eyes) the same like Koxx, Nimbus and Bedford only the rim and hub is heavier.