Since it is my only uni, I tried everything with it, including hops, drops, riding narrow stuff, hardpack trails, etc. It’s not suited for that kind of riding at all! The frame was even tweaked (I weigh 180lbs)
For now on, it will live a gentler life on flat paved terrain… Those 125cm cranks don’t provide enough control for anything else!
Yeah I’d have to say I love mine too. Its so amazingly light for its size, which is probably because its made of almost nothing. Once I replaced the seat its great for long rides. I rode probably about 50 miles on it at the New Jersey shore in a week and it made it with no problems. I wouldn’t hop on it more than up a curb though. It did survive being run over by a Ford F-250 which is pretty impressive! It had to be trued of course but now its good as new.
Oh yeah, on all sun unicycles make sure the pedals are on there really tight. Both of my Sun Unicycles (20" and 28") have had the pedals come out while riding and I stripped a crank that way. I ended up loctiting 3 of the 4 pedals on.