I am taking on a challenge to build the world’s first bamboo unicycle frame.
I am of moderate experience with riding, as well as do-it-yourself construction.
However, to complete this feat, I could use some help.
I was wondering if you could provide me with the typical specifications of a 24" unicycle.
I have an old 16 inch unicycle laying around, which I plan to take the dropouts from.
But, I still need some specs like:
-leg length [there are two legs on the frame]
-leg diameter [diameter of the metal piping of each leg]
-main pipe length [the length measured from the top where it meets the seat post, to the bottom, where it splits into each leg]
- main pipe diameter [I believe it may be a bit larger than the diameters of the legs]
-measurement between each leg [at the bottom, where the crank is situated]
- bolt sizes
- seat post diameter
-anything else you think may be critical
I hate to burden you with all this, but I believe this could be revolutionary in the industry, and wish only to test it out on my own.
Please, if possible, provide the model of the unicycle with which you are taking the measurements, as models may vary slightly
I am looking to do some mild commuting with it, so hope that helps with the process of choosing the right one to size up!
Thank you so very much,