Is the LX 20 good for beggining uni-ing and entering freestyle and tricks?

i might want this to be my first uni, i may wanna get into freestyle or trails once im better preferably freestyle, would this be a good uni for starting riding and entering freestyle?

Well i had a Torker LX and i think it was worthy of a beginners unicycle or entry level into freestyle. :smiley: Their frames are strong, but if i were you. I’d change the seat a.s.a.p as it does become very uncomfortable after a while. :smiley:

I would start using the search button before people really rag on you for making 100 threads.

Yeah but he/she are new here. So i say give it a week or 2 so they can start to learn the basics of this forum. :smiley: :smiley:

Alright, first, the uni will be fine.

Now for the important part… Some basic rules so for the next week or two we don’t have to wade through these useless threads to find the good stuff.

  1. You don’t need to make new threads for every question you have. We are happy to answer them, but if it is even remotely related to anything you asked in a previous thread that you made, or something you found using the search button (even if the thread is 5 years old) then ask it in a pre-existing thread. People will like you a lot more around here if you don’t make a million threads a day.

  2. People generally like it when you type with correct grammar and spell everything nicely. It’s really a choice that you can make yourself, just as long as we can understand what you’re saying then it’s probably OK with everyone (except for Maestro8, watch out for him;) )

  3. Some other common sense stuff that I won’t waste my time typing here.

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yeah, hes a twit.

ok, thanks guys. Sorry I’m new, I really haven’t had time latley to watch for things, but thanks again.

I’ll say it again. 95% of EVERY topic has already been discussed. Why don’t we just stop comming here altogether since we all know everything, apparanetly. And the ones that don’t can just search, but no reason for the rest to come.

So, let’s all just forget about the forum, it’s hereby closed to new posts, everyone just use the search function.

To Canada:

As I said in my post to you on your other thread, the LX is the one I started with, and promptly within a month or two had bent and misshapen the tapers, and needed a new unicycle. What I’m saying is, it’s a good unicycle if you don’t want to do ANYTHING hard. But if you ever want to do anything hard. I’d either get a REAL cheap used uni to learn on and make sure you want to keep riding or a good (may I suggest qu-ax as it’s worked very well for me and it’s cheaper than a kh) one that’ll last for years. Cuz for me, though the LX is a pretty decent uni, it was essentially a waste of $100.

Hey, before I leave tonight, should I order the Torker 20 inch or 24 inch, im 13 years old and 5’5"…and do all the pads and biker helmet ill need cost over $50?

oh, jsut read your post, you posted while i was typing, OK thanks, i’ll look it up, bu i gtg for the night