It’s almost too pretty…can’t wait to put some scratches on her
I haven’t really gotten a chance to take it for a spin yet, but I am impressed with the quality. Only time will tell if it’ll hold up as well as my 2003 KH-24. Being on 165’s might take a little time to get used to but it’ll be nice to have a little more speed… I wonder how I feel about it when I gotta go uphill though.
My only real complaint is the pedals which feel cheap and like they were never even packed with grease.
Here’s a pick. I did change out the Duro with an Arrow Racing Wide-Bite I had laying around but had never used. Besides I wanted Jagur to like something on my new uni
When I first got my municycle, I titled the seat back and when I converted to air seat, I put extra foam upfront. In both cases, I had to stop because my nuts would rest on the incline and “go to sleep.” I have put hundreds of miles on my uni and can’t figure it out. I must be missing something . . . or have something extra.
I dunno, I just know that I must ride with the seat angled flat like the pic.
Snap! It’s a lovely Muni. I got a blue mag brake on mine though. (colour coordination’s everything dontcherknow).
Enjoy it as I’m sure you shall. If I had a dig camera I’d post some piccies of a freeride avec scratches…But as I don’t I wont.
Because they can…they’ve kicked mine on numerous occations
If you ride on steep terrain or long descents then a brake is a must.
That setup would run about $700 after shipping from uni.com. I work at a bike shop and we’re a dealer so I got it for a good bit less.
I don’t know Dylan…running it slack in the back never made a lot of sense to me. Like the other dude said, it seems like you’d be crushing your buddies the whole ride. I have always run my seat angle near flat. But you’re certainly more of a ride than I am so I’ll try it out and see what I think.