HS22 Magura brakes, Dayglo yellow, $55 per wheel

Used Magura Receline HS22 brakes in dayglo. Comes with what ever line length you want, like new black brake pads - and are bled and tested for leaks.

$55 per wheel, plus shipping. (Note: The brake with the non-matching grey lever is actually has a brand new new lever body and lever blade)

These brakes will fit on any Kris Holm unicycle: 20, 24, 29 and 36 or any brand of unicycle (Hunter, Nimbus, etc) or bike that comes with dedicated four-bolt Magura mounts that look like this: http://www.inspiredbicycles.com/imag...own-mounts.jpg and a place to mount a lever under the saddle like this: http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=908

Line Length:
I’ll set up your brake with what ever length of brake line you want from 18" on up to 30". Just ask.

I bleed with fresh Magura blue blood before I test, pack and ship. Bleeding hydraulic brakes is messy and no fun - and so you won’t have to deal with fluid leaks, after I assemble and bleed them, I test them all for leaks by putting the wheel cylinders into a custom test jig that I made. There, I’ll cycle the brake pistons under full power to check for leaks without having to bolt them up to a unicycle frame

Comes with what you see in the pictures, so you will still need to get a set of Magura four bolt mounts like this : http://www.unicycle.com/shopping/shopexd.asp?id=907 to mount the brake on your unicycle.

For one brake from Portland, OR is usually $5-$10 for USPS priority mail (three days) to most US addresses. I’m also OK shipping to Canada and have found the USPS first class international rate to be good and deliver in about 7-10 days or so.

Paypal works best for me.

I also have other cheaper used magura brakesets for sale (HS22 and more HS33’s on the way). PM me if you have questions. Also, a more direct way to communicate with me is e-mail


If only I had money for it:( Those are the one I want to have, when I’ll get a brake, I’ll get those for sure. The KH spooner will fit on that brake lever right? Will it works if the rim is not true?

The big hydraulic piston on the HS22 is pretty forgiving of an out of true wheel: The piston will drive the brake pads a longer distance than the HS33’s smaller piston, so you can ride with your brake pads held further away from the rim.

The spooner is not likely to fit this lever unless you grind or machine the end a bit. You might also see my modified HS22/33’s that have the short HS33 lever blade (spooner compatible) attached to the HS22 lever body. Search for my posts in the RSU section to find these. I still have a black one of these hybrid brakes left to sell if you are interested in the future.

One left

On left now, the one with the grey colored lever.